Tag: Rock Stars

Review ♥ Raw Need by Cherrie Lynn

June 30, 2017 Angela Reviews, Romance

Review ♥ Raw Need by Cherrie LynnRaw Need (Larson Brothers, #2) by Cherrie Lynn
Series: Larson Brothers #2
Published by Swerve on June 27th 2017
Genres: Romance
Pages: 264
Format: ARC
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Zane Larson has done everything he set out to do: conquered past demons, saved lives through his music, and toured the world as the frontman for one of the most popular rock bands in the world. This life—and an escape through music—was supposed to be everything he’s ever wanted, but after meeting Rowan, Zane’s no longer sure…

Soon after her husband’s death, Rowan Dugas learned she was pregnant. With grief and uncertainty her only companions, Rowan was only able to find an escape through music; specifically Zane Larson’s hypnotic voice. But after meeting the sexy lead singer of her favorite band, Rowan can hardly believe he’s interested in her. But Zane also has a painful connection to her unborn child - Zane's brother is responsible for her husband's death.

Torn between the only family she has left, and a life with Zane unlike anything she’s dared to dream about, Rowan’s decision will change her fate forever. This new title from New York Times bestselling author Cherrie Lynn is a heart wrenching, emotionally intense story that will leave readers breathless.

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I really struggled my way through Raw Need. I had a sense of detachment from the characters almost from the very beginning, but I hoped that my opinion might improve given time. It didn’t. Read More

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Review ♥ Grip by Kennedy Ryan

April 19, 2017 Angela Contemporary, Reviews, Romance
Review ♥ Grip by Kennedy Ryan

I apologize in advance to the author of the next book I read. Their book may be wonderful, but there’s no way right now that it can live up to the way Grip by Kennedy Ryan touched me. The feels! Oh my goodness, the feels! I’ve lost the ability to even. My book hangover is a living, breathing, horrible/wonderful thing. I read the free prequel, Flow, yesterday morning because I’d heard good things about it, and hey… free. I loved it and immediately 1-clicked this full-length conclusion. Thankfully, I had the day off, so I stayed in my PJs and dived straight into Grip. This story sunk its claws into me and would not let me go. I didn’t come up for air until I finished.

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Review ♥ Flow by Kennedy Ryan

April 17, 2017 Angela New Adult, Reviews, Romance
Review ♥ Flow by Kennedy Ryan

Flow surprised me. It is the prequel to the full-length standalone novel, Grip. I tend to lower my expectations for books as short as Flow. The storytelling is typically rushed, leaving readers with a flat perception of the characters and an overall unsatisfied feeling. Flow is a wonderful exception.

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