Luminescent Juliet Series by Jean Haus

3.93 · 52 ratings
  • In the Band (Luminescent Juliet #1)

    In the Band (Luminescent Juliet #1)

    Jean Haus

    · 24 ratings · published 2012

    When family problems push Riley Middleton into giving up a percussion scholarship in another state and attending college from home, her friends push her to try out for a local rock band. Of course, Riley makes the band. She rules at the drums. Riley soon finds out rock bands have a different dynamic than marching bands, especially when each of her male band mates has a major ego and is a major player. Two of them relentlessly flirt with her... more

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  • Ink My Heart (Luminescent Juliet #2)

    Ink My Heart (Luminescent Juliet #2)

    Jean Haus

    · 12 ratings · published 2013

    Even if he weren’t the lead singer of the popular college band, Luminescent Juliet, Justin Noel would have his pick of women. And he does pick. Nightly. Tattooed, blonde, and green eyed, he flashes his dimples and females swoon. Except for one. Tattoo artist, Allie Landon, rarely dates, and especially not men like Justin. Though he’s hot enough to melt off permanent ink, she’s done with the bad boy type... more

  • With the Band (Luminescent Juliet #3)

    With the Band (Luminescent Juliet #3)

    Jean Haus

    · 10 ratings · published 2014

    When they get an offer to join a national tour, the musicians of Luminescent Juliet finally find their ticket to fame. But for Sam, the band's dazzling but troubled bassist, making sure his past stays locked away feels more important than winning the spotlight. Then Peyton, a budding music journalist, joins the tour, tasked with chronicling the band's every move. She and Sam have a history, one that has made them enemies... more

  • Rock My Heart (Luminescent Juliet #4)

    Rock My Heart (Luminescent Juliet #4)

    Jean Haus

    · 6 ratings · published 2015

    This story can be read as a standalone. Raised in poverty and violence, Gabe Reed wears a could-care-less attitude like a shield. He expects life to suck. It always has, and he is usually the one to screw it up even more. Drumming for the college band Luminescent Juliet started as a way to release the built up rage inside of him. But when the band signs with a label, Gabe begins to envision a different life. He just needs to stay out of trouble and follow the court orders of his probation... more

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