Series Name&Number: The DJ Series Books 1-3
Author: Helen J. Barnes
Status: eBook & Paperback available on Amazon
Dayton Scott embraces the DJ lifestyle; mixing, producing, clubbing, it’s his rush.
Alannah Matthews is training to work in law. She’s also had enough of men talking to her chest.
A chance meeting at a house party brings the two together and they fall deep, hard and fast. A once in a lifetime opportunity arises for Dayton and he wants Alannah by his side. But with jealous club managers, two careers going in different directions and a romance that leaves her head spinning, can Alannah handle the heat on this DJ’s red hot dancefloor?
Off The Record
Have you ever had a dream that morphed into a nightmare? Well, that’s exactly what the opportunity of a lifetime turned out to be for me.
This is my time to shine. This is my chance to rock London. This is my rise to the top. Without Alannah, it is a unique and very beautiful form of torture! - Dayton Scott
Join Tara, better known as DJ DisDiva, on a clubbing tour across the UK. Tara is living the champagne lifestyle as London’s hottest female DJ. After a turbulent battle to the top, Tara deserves her time to shine. And shine she does, until her boss hires Dominic Clayton to manage the Record label’s radio station. Dom’s reputation rivals even Tara’s! But there is only so much temptation a girl can withstand before dancing with the devil. The problem is, everyone knows mixing business with pleasure is always a bad idea.
As a vocal artist Shazza Duncan knows she owns the top spot in the EDM industry. In every other aspect of her life she is doomed to fail. If you think some of her career success comes from her privileged upbringing, you would be wrong. Her family have high expectations and loathe Shazza’s career choices. When DJ Adam Chapman signs a contract with Shaz he makes it blatantly obvious he wants her and will stop at nothing to tame the crazy club lover. But Shazza faces some of life’s hardest challenges and fears any relationship between them will suffer when the proverbial mic falls.