Before The Snow by Jennifer Hartley EPUB & PDF – eBook Details
- Author: Jennifer Hartley
- Language: English
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Carmen looked away from the angry faces of the four men glowering at
her as they stood surrounding her desk to take a sip of water. It looked
like she was gathering her thoughts. Partly. It was more of a delaying
tactic because she is fucking didn’t know what to do.
Bands had volatile members and even more volatile relationships. Such
groups came together bound by idealism and pure love for music, leading to
deep friendships. Fame, however, had a way of destroying what they had
worked so hard for. Lots of things sprang from fame. A member was more
popular than the others, often the singer, and given more opportunities. There
was also the problem of record companies dictating their sound, leading to
lawsuits that dragged on for a long time. Drugs, women, men, and constantly
on the road took their toll.
Seismic seemed to be above that. When Carmen first discovered them, their
sound was a harsh yet melodious metal that drew blood from the ears and
made the heartbeat so fast as if it was racing towards death. It was a sound
that gave the finger to end proudly.
The seismic frontman was Ramiro Brandt. His angel-blond hair was up to his
shoulders. His bright emerald eyes and elegant, chiseled features looked
perfect whether he was onstage wearing only his sweaty abs and fitted, ripped
jeans or at an award show in a tailored tux. He also played the lead guitar.
Rhythm guitar and backing vocals were Lennon, the exact opposite of
Ramiro in looks with his harsh, cruel-looking features and oft-unkempt ironblack hair.
He looked terrifying in a leather vest and pants, and the most
flattering description of him in a suit was that he looked like an undertaker.
Lucas Atkinson was the bassist and also did backing vocals. He had a grim
face – one journalist joked that he looked like his entire family had been
wiped out in the most horrible, and just found out he had cancer in one day.
He was already balding at thirty-seven and looked to be ten years older. Their
drummer was Russell Leblanc, more pretty than handsome with his dark
blond curls and lopsided, teasing grin that was said to melt the knickers off
women. Euan Estrada, who played the keyboards, rounded up the group. He
was said to be as good-looking as Ramiro, while some believed him to be
more handsome. His hair was a rich, pale blond that he wore past his
shoulders, and his eyes were big and soulful.
Seismic was the biggest rock band of the decade, and Carmen was
determined to keep it that way. She had been babysitting these assholes early
on, but the problem they had come to her for was something she couldn’t fix.
It made her want to throw things. Nothing was impossible with Carmen
Schwartz, but the problem of Ramiro Brandt was making her question that. It
had been going on for a while.
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