So, the one positive I can point out is that other than a random groupie early on, I wasn’t treated to page after page of the pre-heroine sexcapades of the hero, Derrick Masters. For the majority of the book, he was obsessed with and loyal to the heroine, Jaymie, his childhood sweetheart.
And that’s about all I have to say about positives for this book. Here’s what irked me:
So, in the end, I give this book 2 stars. One star for not grossing me out with tales of how many times Derrick banged groupies after shows, and one for the good belly laugh I had at the thought of band gangs. Other than that, it wasn’t really worth ever mentioning again.
Does this book contribute to or help crush the romance stigma?
Contributes on every front.
Other reading suggestions
For good rock star romance, try the Stage Dive series by Kylie Scott or Beat by Vi Keeland.
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