Rock Addiction by Nalini Singh
My rating: 4 ½ of 5 Stars
Lead singer of The Schoolboy Choir, Zachary Fox, is one of the most famous men in the world. Molly Webster wants to lead a quiet life after her childhood was flashed across the media as a result of her father’s scandal. They were only meant to have a one-night stand but will it be enough.
Molly is a likeable character. Understandably, her childhood memories left her scared and wanting to stay out of the spotlight. I admire her for having the courage to push her feelings in order to find happiness.
Fox is a drool worthy hero. He is very protective of Molly and those he cares for. He also had a tough childhood making him a perfect match for Molly.
I liked that the book explored how people could be judgmental and mean to stars by comments they post on websites. I also have to mention that ultimately, The Schoolboy Choir has the best fans when it comes to loyalty to the band.
The characters are very well developed leaving me wanting to continue reading the series to discover more about the other band mates and their friends.
The novel was very well-written and flowed well. This is one of those books that is very hard to put down because it keeps you engrossed. I am definitely glad I read Rock Addiction and will happily want to continue the Rock Kiss Series.
Complimentary copy provided by publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Published September 9th 2014 by TKA Distribution
original title: Rock Addiction
edition language: English
series: Rock Kiss #1
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