He is alluring.
He is confident.
He is more than she ever bargained for.
Her stubbornness battles against his persistence…
His optimism outshines her resistance…
And their song plays on.
Sage McCoy has always been the type of guy who goes after what he wants. For years, what he’s desired most is to see his band, Mountains & Men, become more than Saturday night entertainment at a local bar. He swears he’ll chase that dream until it comes true, or he’ll die trying. Now, he senses that he and his mates are on the precipice of something amazing, and he’s never wanted anything more.
Except, perhaps, Millicent Valentine—the woman he craves above all others.
Millicent Valentine believes in one absolute truth: Men always leave. Yet, despite her belief that Sage will eventually tire of her, she can’t help but indulge her desire for him. She makes up her mind that he can have her body, but he isn’t allowed her heart. Though, she never anticipated that the leading man of Mountains & Men would be so much more than the arrogant little shit she imagined him to be.
[Worthy of the Harmony is a continuation to Encore Worthy, so make sure you read that first! This is the second of four installments revolving around Sage and Millie. Intended for audiences 18+ years of age due to explicit language and sexual content.]
As his band steadily rises to fame and his dream is finally starting to come true, there’s nothing more that Sage could ever want. Except Millicent Valentine. Since the first time Sage laid eyes on Millicent, he knew he had to have her.
There’s one thing that Millicent Valentine is certain of and it’s that men always leave. Knowing there’s no way she can push Sage away, she decides to give in to what Sage has to offer. She’ll let him have her body but she definitely isn’t going to allow him into her heart.
Can you get any better than Sage? No, no you can’t! I thought I loved Sage in Encore Worthy but I’m pretty sure I fell even more in love with him in Worthy of the Harmony. His charm, cockiness and those horn-rimmed glasses makes him absolutely irresistible. Oh, and did I mention his dirty mouth?
“I want more of her—more of her smart-*** mouth, more of her sexy giggle, more of her drop dead gorgeous face. ****, I sound like a *****.”
Then there’s Millie. She doesn’t have a very positive outlook when it come to any type of relationship with everything that she’s gone through in her past. Her way of thinking is a bit warped which seriously frustrates me! I just want to shake her. Sage makes her better though. She let’s loose and let’s go of all of her inhibitions with him. I love this side of Millie. She finds that inner strength to step out of her box of everyday norms, take a chance and be a little reckless, even with the risk of heartache.
“ ‘Who owns your orgasm, baby?’ ‘You,’ I admit without hesitation. It’s true I won’t even pretend otherwise.”
Worthy of the Harmony is just one of those reads that keeps you so enthralled that you just can’t put it down. It’s one of those stories that makes you want to read it all over again once you’re finished. There’s so much depth to Sage and Millie. Their differences make them perfect for each other and the pull between them is magnetic. RC Martin has seriously outdone herself with this series and I can’t wait to see how Sage and Millie’s story continues to unfold.