As teenagers Dawson, Colton, Elijah, and Rico had a dream. As men they worked hard to make that dream become their reality. That hard work has finally paid off with the help of Jacey Rhodes and Emery Ashland. The Betrayed are now well on their way to stardom and living the life of rockstars.
After everything that Dawson Gates has been through in his life it’s left him an angry man with a dead heart at twenty-two years old. He tries to stay focused on the band, but the new manager is making that difficult. With a new album, a tour bus, and a hoard of groupies it’s supposed to be the time of Dawson’s life. So why does he feel like everything important is missing? One night stands and casual sex were never Dawson’s thing, but after Grace Sullivan he doesn’t do relationships. In the small space of a tour bus, will Dawson finally let someone else in? Will he choose to stick with his dead heart and angry mentality because he is too afraid to face heartbreak once again? Or will he choose to find peace and let beat once again?
From the moment Emery Ashland laid eyes on Dawson, Colton, Elijah, and Rico she knew she wanted to help them and not just with making them famous. She saw the pain in their eyes that they try to hide from the outside world. Emery knows that pain all too well because it matches her own. Especially Dawson Gates, sexy lead singer. The band took a chance on her by hiring Emery as their new manager she refuses to let them down. With Dawson in her every waking thought she has to keep it professional because she needs to keep her job and not just for herself. After fighting it for so long, will Emery finally take the risk that could destroy her in more than one way?
What will happen when two pasts has the potential to destroy one future? Can two broken people fix one another and be put back together again?
This book is for 18 and over due to content matter. With an HEA not only do you get Saving Dawson, but you get the bonus novella Saving Grace. Read start to finish for the whole story of Dawson.