Rock Fiction Coveting: Rock Star Made me a Baby by Laura Locutus

Posted: January 29, 2016 in Rock Fiction Coveting
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I’m not sure what it is, but I’ve stumbled onto an epidemic of short stuff that may appeal to you, but around here, it’s low on the coveting list.

…..what will happen if she surprises him in his tour bus?

Young Rose is working at the festival where her favorite band is playing. After another angry customer and the manager that yells at her, she decides to quit her job as at the bar right away and instead go and join the concert of her favorite band. With the official accreditation she sneaks in the backstage, but after a while she realizes that she has once in the life time to opportunity to do something more with her idol and the the frontman of Primal’s Dave Bristol. She’s willing to take her chance and she sneaks in the tour bus, waiting the show to be over and Dave to come in her room. While waiting she starts imagining what kind of kinky things he could do to her…

Ummm… wow. Lots wrong here. First off, it’s 6k words and sounds like it’s … more plot-driven. How’s that?

But this description? It’s barely literate. “to do something more with her idol” — (something more than what?) — “the the frontman of Primal’s Dave Bristol” — is that the name of the band? Primal’s Dave Bristol? Because if it’s not, that makes no sense. Not to mention the repeat of the word “the” — didja catch that? I did, and on the first reading, too. Susan can fix this, and cheap, you know.

If you’ve read this one and have something to say, holler. If you want to read this one and have something to say, holler. But it’s got zero reviews at GoodReads and maybe there’s a reason for that…

Then again, there’s always the chance that the book is better than the description… And I’m really hoping that’s the case.

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