Dangerous Hearts by K.K. Allen ~ Amy’s Review


I was recently introduced to K.K. Allen’s work and instantly fell in love with her writing style.  When I heard she was writing a duet that was completely different from her previous books I wanted to give it a try and see how versatile her writing could be.  She didn’t disappoint!



Lyric Cassidy knows a thing or two about bad boy rock stars with raspy vocals. In fact, her heart was just played by one. So when she takes an assignment as road manager for the world famous rock star, Wolf, she’s prepared to take him on, full suit of heart-armor intact.

Wolf is the sexy lead singer for the hottest rock band around with a line-up of guaranteed one night stands. Lyric Cassidy isn’t one of them. That’s fine with him. Women like Lyric come with fairytale expectations, so it should be easy to stay away. Too bad she’s hot as sin with a fiery temper and a mouth that drives him wild.

She’s also got something to hide. Something he discovers. Something he wants …

Sharing a tour bus, neither of them are prepared for the miles of road ahead and the fierce attraction they feel toward one another—a dangerous combination.



I love when an author that I one click decides to take her work in another direction. It’s always exciting for me to see how versatile their writing can be. K.K. did a fantastic job of keeping her base elements, the things that make her writing stand out from all the others, but also throwing in these fun new things that make you sit up and go wow. She did that for me in this book. She took me on an adventure with these new exciting characters that felt familiar but, were still a new and unknown experience.

Wolf is sexy in his element, on the stage, in the studio, or chatting up fans in a dimly lit bar. His confidence and natural swagger immediately draws you to him. He is a character that I loved instantly and when the book ended I was already craving more from him. Lyric was a firecracker. She knew exactly who she was, making her confident in her own skin and a force to be reckoned with. Her knowledge of the musical world was vast and left an impression on everyone who doubted her abilities in the male dominant career.

Being a duet this book ended at a super pivotal part of their story. It was done in such a way that I am struggling (unsuccessfully) to hold back my desire for the rest of their story. I am completely invested in Wolf and Lyric’s story. I am so excited to see where K.K. Allen is going to take their story.

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