My Life as a Rock Album: A Second Chance, Antihero Romance

My Life as a Rock Album: A Second Chance, Antihero Romance

They took broken and made it art.
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A feisty blogger falls for a grumpy trash artist who believes redemption is out of reach.


Seth Carmen is perfectly fine being known as a growling recluse. It’s better for everyone if he’s left alone to do the one thing he’s good at—turning garbage into art. But when PJ Hensley bursts into his world, recalling a life he’d once longed for and been forced to leave behind, he finds himself doing the unthinkable and inviting her in.

PJ is juggling memories of a tormented past, a stalker she’s trying to ignore, and the final semester of college. The last thing she has time for is stroking the ego of a moody artist. But when a single blog interview reveals the truth behind his stony façade, Seth’s intensity bleeds past all her defenses, making it impossible to walk away.

When her stalker emerges from the shadows, PJ bolts for New York, and Seth spends five months writing her love letters convincing her to come home.

Can he prove they can take broken and make it art?


“I was at peace living with the loneliness of my art, and then she entered my life with a bubble gum scent and heartbreak on her lips, making me ache for more.

Inspired by Bon Jovi's "Everybody's Broken," this emotionally riveting redemption story is the third in interconnected, standalone series.


Also available in the My Life as an Album series box set with exclusive content.

Release date: June 26, 2018

Publisher: LJ Evans Book

Print pages: 438

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My Life as a Rock Album: A Second Chance, Antihero Romance
LJ Evans
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June 8, 1920
LJ Evans Books




Behind the book

Seth remains one of my most broken characters. Originally, many readers weren't sure he'd be able to be redeemed as the bad boy from My Life as a Country Album. Now they say, not only did he prove himself worth saving, but he's become a favorite character. I wrote this book for my mom, who wanted a HEA for Seth and who loved him with all his brokenness when he first appeared in Cam's story. It took me a while to find him somebody who could see him for who he was and love him anyway - - I hope you love PJ and Seth's story as much as I loved writing it.

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