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Authors: Michelle A. Valentine

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Black Falcon: Complete Series Collection

Published By: Michelle A. Valentine Books, LLC

ebook edition

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Copyright © 2015 by Michelle A. Valentine Books, LLC

Cover Art:
Romantic Book Affairs Designs
(stock photo purchased) Edited by:
Delphirose

—Rock the Heart edited by Cassie Cox— All Rights Reserved. This edition is copy written by Michelle A Valentine Books, LLC. No reproduction or utilization of this edition without written permission of the publisher. March, 2015.

This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents are either the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously.

For questions or comments about this book, please contact the author at
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Table of Contents

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The Black Falcon Series

Hard Knocks Series

The Collectors Series

A Sexy Manhattan Fairytail

Wicked White Series

(Black Falcon Series, Book One)

To my little rocker.

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

Chapter 8

Chapter 9

Chapter 10

Chapter 11

Chapter 12

Chapter 13

Chapter 14

Chapter 15

Chapter 16

Chapter 17

Chapter 18

Chapter 19

Chapter 20

Chapter 21

Chapter 22

Chapter 23

Chapter 24

Chapter 25

Chapter 26

A Black Falcon Novella (1.5)

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

Chapter 8

Chapter 9

Chapter 10

Chapter 11

Chapter 12

Chapter 13

(Black Falcon Prequel to Rock the Heart)

Chapter 1 | Freshman year... | LANE

Chapter 2 | One Week Later... | LANE

Chapter 3 | End of Junior Year... | NOEL

Chapter 4 | One Year Later—Graduation Night... | NOEL

(The Black Falcon Series, #2)

Chapter 1 | AUBREY

RIFF

Chapter 2 | AUBREY

RIFF

AUBREY

Chapter 3 | RIFF

AUBREY

RIFF

Chapter 4 | AUBREY

RIFF

Chapter 5 | AUBREY

RIFF

Chapter 6 | AUBREY

RIFF

Chapter 7 | AUBREY

RIFF

Chapter 8 | AUBREY

RIFF

AUBREY

Chapter 9 | AUBREY

RIFF

AUBREY

Chapter 10 | RIFF

AUBREY

Chapter 11 | RIFF

AUBREY

Chapter 12 | RIFF

Chapter 13 | RIFF

RIFF

AUBREY

Chapter 14 | RIFF

AUBREY

Chapter 15 | RIFF

AUBREY

Chapter 16 | RIFF

Chapter 17 | RIFF

AUBREY

Chapter 18 | RIFF

AUBREY

Chapter 19 | RIFF

AUBREY

Chapter 20 | RIFF

AUBREY

Chapter 21 | RIFF

AUBREY

Chapter 22 | AUBREY

Chapter 23 | AUBREY

RIFF

A Black Falcon Novella (2.5)

Chapter 1 | AUBREY

Chapter 2 | ZACH

Chapter 3 | AUBREY

Chapter 4 | ZACH

Chapter 5 | AUBREY

Chapter 6 | Zach

Chapter 7 | AUBREY

Chapter 8 | ZACH

Chapter 9 | AUBREY

Chapter 10 | NOEL FALCON (Months later—Bonus Chapter)

Black Falcon, #3

Prologue | It Will Rain | Two Weeks Prior...

Chapter 1 | Closer | Holly

Chapter 2 | I Knew You Were Trouble | Holly

Chapter 3 | Rude Boy | HOLLY

Chapter 4 | Good Girls, Bad Guys | TRIP

Chapter 5 | I Wanna Be Bad | HOLLY

Chapter 6 | Love Crime | TRIP

Chapter 7 | I Said It | TRIP

Chapter 8 | Bringing Down the Giant | HOLLY

Chapter 9 | She Will Be Loved | Holly

TRIP

Chapter 10 | Gorilla | Holly

TRIP

Chapter 11 | Radioactive | Holly

Chapter 12

TRIP

Chapter 13 | Same Old Trip | Trip

HOLLY

Chapter 14

TRIP

Chapter 15 | It Is What It Is | HOLLY

Chapter 16 | Light Up the Sky | TRIP

Chapter 17 | Between the Raindrops | Holly

Rock the Beat Playlist:

Black Falcon, #4

Prologue | “Coming Down” – Five Finger Death Punch | One Year Ago...

Chapter 2 | “Mad World” –Gary Jules

Chapter 3 | “Pain Killer” –Three Days Grace

Chapter 4 | “Buttons”—Pussycat Dolls

Chapter 5 | “Man in the Box”—Alice in Chains

Chapter 6 | “Red”—Taylor Swift

Chapter 7 | “Behind Blue Eyes” –Limp Bizkit

Chapter 8 | “Desire” – Meg Myers

Chapter 9 | “The Morning After” –Meg Myers

Chapter 10 | “Wicked Game” – Stone Sour

Chapter 11 | “Through the Glass” –Stone Sour

Chapter 12 | “No Matter What” – Papa Roach

Chapter 13 | “I Write Sins Not Tragedies” – Panic At the Disco

Chapter 14 | “It Goes Like This” – Thomas Rhett

Chapter 15 | “Try” – Pink

Chapter 16 | “Change” – Def Tones

Chapter 17 | “Say It” — Blue October

Chapter 18 | “Nobody Knows” – The Tony Rich Project

Chapter 19 | “Creep” – Radio Head

Chapter 20 | “Slow Ride” – Foghat

Epilogue | “Marry You” –Bruno Mars | One Year later

A BLACK FALCON CHRISTMAS BONUS SCENE | “NOEL”

With Love From Riff | Valentine’s Day Bonus Scene

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Disclaimer:

These books are intended for adult audiences due to strong language and naughty sexual situations.

Michelle A. Valentine Books

The Black Falcon Series

ROCK THE BEGINNING

ROCK THE HEART

ROCK THE BAND

ROCK MY BED

ROCK MY WORLD

ROCK THE BEAT

ROCK MY BODY

Hard Knocks Series

PHENOMENAL X

COMING SOON –XAIVER COLD

The Collectors Series

DEMON AT MY DOOR

COMING SOON—DEMON IN MY BED

A Sexy Manhattan Fairytail

NAUGHTY KING (Releases March 17
th
2015)

COMING SOON—FIESTY PRINCESS

COMING SOON—DIRTY ROYALS

Wicked White Series

WICKED WHITE (Releases June 24
th
2015)

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Rock the Heart

(Black Falcon Series, Book One)

by
Michelle A. Valentine
–––––––– Rock The Heart (Black Falcon 1) Playlist Faithfully – Boyce Avenue Familiar Taste of Poison – Halestorm One More Night – Maroon 5

Forever – Papa Roach You Stupid Girl – Framing Hanley Fix Me – Ten Years

The Fire – Rev Theory The One That Got Away – Katy Perry Somewhere With You – Kenny Chesney It Will Rain – Burno Mars Pick Up the Phone – Falling in Reverse Casual Sex – My Darkest Days Never Be the Same – Red Somebody That I Used To Know – Boyce Avenue Erase My Scars – Evans Blue

To my little rocker.

I’ll always be your number one fan.

Love, Mom

Chapter 1

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I
’m in the most uncomfortable seat in the entire world. The stiff, high-backed leather chair nearly swallows me whole, and my legs stick to the seat. If I didn’t know better, I would say someone left on the heat. A bead of sweat trickles down my spine, and I reach across the table to pour a glass of water. I can’t believe I’m this nervous. It’s only a board meeting, for crying out loud. The glass meets my lips, and I gulp down a drink.

My best friend of four years, Aubrey, pats my wrist. “Sweetie, it’s fine. This is no biggie.”

I muster up a smile and nod. Of course it’s no big deal to her. She’s been through countless marketing meetings. This is my first one. Sure, I’m only an intern, but proving myself could earn me a spot at Center Stage Marketing. I’ve wanted that since my freshman year in college.

Aubrey and I earned degrees from the University of Texas, and she somehow landed an assistant position to one of the top executives in the in the well-known New York company. They actually pay her to be here, while I’m just the annoying tagalong in training.

Diana Swagger, one of the most respected female marketing executives in New York and the president of the firm, strides in and sits at the head of the long table. She’s put together from head to toe—not one red hair out of place on her well-groomed head. Her black suit screams money, and from what I’ve heard about her in the staff lounge, she’s a no nonsense type.

Aubrey clicks her pen, ready to jot notes for her boss. Even though I’m only here to observe, I mimic her actions and do my best to pretend as though I belong.

“Can anyone read the goals we discussed two weeks ago?” Diana asks while she unbuttons her jacket.

A middle-aged man to Diana’s right rattles off a list that might as well have been said in a foreign language. None of Center Stage’s current projects involve products or companies I’m familiar with, but I keep my eyes trained on him as if he’s the most interesting person in the world.

“...And we received the go ahead from Black Falcon’s people to proceed with the children’s campaign,” he says.

That automatically catches my attention. Black Falcon hits a little too close to home for me. Most people know them for their music, but I know their front man, Noel Falcon. The star-studded rocker is a huge part of my past. He’s in every one of childhood memories.

Diana makes a note on her yellow legal paper. “Good. We need a volunteer to wine and dine Noel Falcon for a few days. We need him to know we’re serious about his charity.”

Everyone at the table busies themselves with paperwork. All of them avoiding Diana’s stare.

Diana peers around the table. “No one is interested? Harold?”

The man to Diana’s right looks up and adjusts his glasses. “Sorry, Diana. Rock stars aren’t well known for working well with us boring ad types. Last time I tried working with one, he blew me off then became irate that his marketing wasn’t what he had envisioned. No offense, but this isn’t the type of account I’m willing to take on. It’s a time suck.”

Diana leans back in her chair, steeples her fingers together, and presses them to her lips. “Is no one interested?” Her eyes scan her employees—all of them avoiding her stare—before they land on me. “How about you? You seem to be the only one interested in this account.”

Shit. Eye contact is a pain in the ass. I swallow hard, and my hand clutches my throat. “M—me?”

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