Book Review: Rockin’ Rhythm by Bella Jeanisse

Genre: Rockstar Romance

Ash Taylor lives life without making deep connections with anything other than his brothers and his bass. His past has jaded him to love and makes him fear getting too close. Then Michelle walks into his life. Every night, she invades his dreams and stars in his fantasies. She makes him question himself and his ways. However, he is sure she could never date someone like him. So much so, that he convinces himself that she is married.

Michelle Reynolds has been jilted so badly, that she doesn’t want to date again. Her friend Beth tries to encourage her, but all of her relationships end badly or don’t last. She is sick of disappointment. When Ash comes into her life, she feels an immediate spark. He makes her feel special without effort. His big heart and deep voice mesmerize her. As soon as she finds out he is a rock star, her hopes are crushed. In her eyes, it could never work because musicians are not faithful, and she is not good enough for him.

Can these two polar opposites find a way to make a relationship work? Will all that dating a rock star entails break them or bring them closer? Find out in the first book of the Velocity series.

 

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I wasn’t sure about this book, but I know it’s going to have some major fans out there!! This book is a rockstar book, without being about the rock band as such. Ash and Michelle meet under unlikely circumstances, and after some back and forth, they finally take the plunge to see what is there. Michelle isn’t used to attention from someone like Ash, and Ash isn’t used to someone wholesome like Michelle. The two of them navigate the new relationship throughout the book. If you are looking for some hot erotica and exploration then this is a good book to read. There’s a little drama weaved through, but I feel like that is being set up for next books. The real drama to the storyline comes towards the end and keeps the reader interested in the story and the relationship. This is a first in the series and does end abruptly, but I think it’s purposeful to keep the reader keen and ready for the next book! Like I said, grab this book for some steamy scenes about a dirty bass player in a rock band! 

 

 

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