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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Review: Rock Me

Rock Me: A Rockstar Romance by Vivian Wood
Published: Febrary 3rd, 2017
Publisher: Kindle

A bad boy rockstar needs a fake girlfriend… Not a girl to fall in love with him when the cameras fall away… When I walked into the party that night, I was worried about my black minidress being too short… I never realized that I was going to meet him. Rhys Grant, lead singer of Misery, one of hottest bands on the freaking planet. Rhys isn’t just any tanned, muscular bad boy dripping with sex appeal. He’s so hot he’s practically adonis himself. … and the way he sings… he owns that stage. And he’s interested in me. Well, okay, fake interested. He needs a sweet girl on his arm for the cameras, to smile and look like he’s settled on. Public Relations 101. I just happen to be in the right place at the right time. Right in the middle of that party, pulling down that mini skirt and feeling so out of place. Of course I said yes! How could I ever say no? But the more I find out about Rhys, the more I see the man behind the microphone and tabloids. I don’t want to be one of a thousand screaming fans. When he kisses me, when he touches me... suddenly I want to be his one and only. Paparazzi, crazed band managers, overdoses… Rhys’ lifestyle will either drive me away forever or ruin me for all other men. But one thing’s for sure… he’s going to Rock Me to my core. Rock Me is a standlone rockstar romance of approximately 58,000 words. It includes no cheating and a happily ever after!

It has a slow begging. I got bored with Serena’s drama and pick up another thing before coming back to finish this. We get a first glance at the main male character after a couple of chapters, and have a few chapters before anything happens. The band’s leader man, Rhys, needs someone to take the heat of his band mates while they come up with a new album. His best idea? Get a fake girlfriend. Serena is jobless, homeless and pennyless. So when he offers her a place to stay and the money she needs for design school, she agrees. Serena and Rhys easily start pretending for the press and soon they start blurring the lines between them as well. I enjoyed this once the pace started going faster. Serena is trying to adapt to the band's life but some of them keep resisting. She's a great addition to their group, wheather they like it or not. I think that was a great touch, how she affected their lives little by little. I also think she grew up a lot in this book. Going from spoiled girl to a more independant woman. She learn what she wanted to do and help the guys with their problems. Serena's and Rysh relationship developed at a good pace and I think they both learn a lot from each other and made each other better. Rock Me is a great read for everyone who loves fake relationships and some rock and roll in the mix.

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