Title : Rock Redemption
Author : Nalini Singh
Series : Rock Kiss #3
Release date: October 6, 2015
Rating : 4,5 Stars
Blurb : Kit Devigny could have loved rock guitarist Noah St. John. Their friendship burned with the promise of intense passion and searing tenderness…until the night Noah deliberately shattered her heart.Noah knows he destroyed something precious the night he chose to betray Kit, but he’d rather she hate him than learn his darkest secret. All he has left is his music. It’s his saving grace, but it doesn’t silence the voices that keep him up at night. Chasing oblivion through endless one-night-stands, he earns a few hours’ sleep and his bad boy reputation.When a media error sees Noah and Kit dubbed the new “it” couple, Kit discovers her chance at the role of a lifetime hinges on riding the media wave. Wanting—needing—to give Kit this, even if he can’t give her everything, Noah agrees to play the adoring boyfriend. Only the illusion is suddenly too real, too painful, too beautiful…and it may be too late for the redemption of Noah St. John.
Review : What a read! Honestly, before I started reading I was careful about what I should expect from this book as these rockstar-romances are not really my thing. But I´ve heart only fantastic things about this one, so I just gave it a try. And what can I say? I am happy that I did read this book! Nalini Singh is an author I´ve never heart about before! After finishing this book I can say that for sure, she now sticks to my mind. The most important aspect is, without a doubt, Noah! The way Nalini described his character is awesome, interesting, raw and at the same time believeable. The same goes for Kit who is so different comared with the other actress´ I met in other books! There are emotions, there is something to laugh about, someting to cry about…. And somethig to drool about!;D (Did I mention Noah!?) The only thing which should be more intense is the way they react on the things happening regarding to the stalker. In general the career-and-being-famous-thing is an important aspect, but at some points should be a little bit more obvious. In my opinion, it might would have even worked out better with one of them just being someone “normal”. But even then this book deserves 4.5 Stars!
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