Why do we love rockstars? And why do we love reading about them (and their friends and lovers) in romance books? Authors Mina, Six, Tara, Dawn, and Jay answer these questions and talk about their favorite rockstar stories in korean dramas and other television shows. They also share how they wrote their rockstar romance books.
There were the things that I knew to be true right before I left for mission again.
One: I couldn’t hang out with Rain and Meah as much as I used to. I thought I could, but when we planned for my farewell dinner on Saturday, the thought of being in Rain’s place gave me this incredible sense of dread.
For Season Three of the #RomanceClass podcast, we’ll be bringing you the full, unabridged audio narration of Keep the Faith by Ana Tejano, one chapter a week. Chapter 21 is narrated by Jade Albert.
You’d think that because Nico and I worked together that it would be easy for me to find a way to talk to him the following week, but we hardly saw each other. He wasn’t at the HQ last Monday.
For Season Three of the #RomanceClass podcast, we’ll be bringing you the full, unabridged audio narration of Keep the Faith by Ana Tejano, one chapter a week. Chapter 20 is narrated by Jade Albert.
Sometimes, even if you were so prepared for it, unexpected things still happen so you do your best to cope. And once it’s over, you pick up the pieces, learn from the experience, and prepare for it all over again.
For Season Three of the #RomanceClass podcast, we’ll be bringing you the full, unabridged audio narration of Keep the Faith by Ana Tejano, one chapter a week. Chapter 19 is narrated by Jade Albert.
James didn’t seem surprised by the question, but he also didn’t hurry to answer. It gave me a chance to observe him, and I realized that I was no longer afraid to hear his answer. Instead of the anxiety that I used to feel at the thought of asking him that, I just felt resigned. Like I would be okay even if he didn’t answer the question.
So this is what heartbreak felt like. I guess I was surprised to know this already, since the actual breakup was six months ago, but the pain I felt now that James was officially with someone else had nothing on that evening. The ache lingered, […]
I never had any problems sleeping even after the breakup — April often envied that about me. It didn’t matter where I was sleeping; as soon as my brain decided it was bedtime, I would just close my eyes and I’d be asleep in minutes.
But that night after Nico left, no matter how much I wanted to sleep, I couldn’t.
James stood beside my chair, holding out a fresh bottle to me. I was surprised, but also pleased — he was the last person I expected to talk to me, but he was the only one I really wanted to talk to all evening.
“Wait, are you even allowed to drink this?”