Rock Fiction Coveting: Rock with You by Rachel Lacey

Posted: November 15, 2016 in Rock Fiction Coveting
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Could there be a better way to start off a new series than with its Rock Fiction entry? Unfortunately, this seems to be the only Rock Fiction in the series so far, but we can hope! It looks like this series isn’t over yet.

It’s the Risking it All series, and this is actually numbered 0.5 — it is so special, it comes before the first. Definitely a reason to read it right there. But then! Read the cover copy!

Carly Taylor is pretty sure she’s dreaming. It’s not possible that Sam Weiss – rock star god and sexy hotness personified – is actually in her bakery. This sort of thing never happens in the too-small town of Haven. Or to her. And being stranded in a secluded mountain cabin with the deliciously decadent Sam during an ice storm? This is definitely not Carly’s real life . . .

Now there’s just the two of them, a roaring fire, lots of food and drink, and a sizzling attraction – one that just might make Carly do the unexpected. For one night, she’ll live the fantasy. For one night, nothing else matters. . . not her struggling business, not her lonely life, not Sam’s bad-boy reputation. But sometimes one night can turn one crazy, beautiful dream into something real.

Looks like the reason it’s not a full entry is because it’s a novella. Which is fine by me. Bring the good stuff!

But on the other hand, is Sam going to be one of those guys who could work any job, or will he have a rocker’s charisma? The idea of him in a bakery is amazing and I love it. The locked in a cabin? Well, it’s familiar, and when it’s well-done, it’s great fun and I actually love the idea of having two characters locked away together. Melissa Foster did it in the recent Chased by Love, and to be honest, it was my favorite part of the book.

And right now, with the backlog I’ve got, I’d love something short, especially if it’s good. I’m lacking for really good Rock Fiction lately, so bring this one on.

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