Rock Fiction Coveting: The Secret Series by Jessica Sorensen

Posted: March 13, 2015 in Rock Fiction Coveting
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Susan and Jessica Sorensen need to make friends. I only say that because part of the deal here is that I don’t talk to authors, Susan does. And this is an author who’s got to be authentic Rock Fiction through and through.

It’s Jessica Sorensen I’m talking about, and in addition to the other book I coveted, she’s got a whole series of Rock Fiction goodness. Seven books, to be exact, although almost half of them are the in-between books that are all the rage right now.

Micha’s in a band. He and Ella love each other. And the series seems to be about their navigating their love and their relationship. Or… at least, part of this series is about Ella and Micha. Book Three is about a different couple entirely, and so is one of the in-between books.

I don’t get why. This is starting to look like a new trend, and to be honest, it’s one I don’t like. Either do a series that focuses on all the people in the band (or group, or whatever), or do two different series. But don’t confuse the issue with new people. It’s like you’re pulling a bait-and-switch on me or something, even though this time around, the book titles tell us which characters the books are about.

Ella and Micha, I want to read about. I want the Rock Fiction angle. Those other two? The ones who seem to have nothing to do with music? Yeah, no thanks. Not until I’ve read the others and can decide if it’s worth the deviation. I mean, have you seen how much Rock Fiction there is out there anymore? And yes, it’s my mission to read ’em all.

I’d better get busy.

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