Worth a Read

These are books that didn’t make the cut as a Recommended Read. Maybe they’re not even true Rock Fiction, but they’re still worth the time you’d spend with them.

Rachel Bailey — Million-Dollar Amnesia Scandal
Karina Bliss — What the Librarian Did
Don Bruns — Barnadps Heat
Olivia Brynn — Falling Star
Rachel K. Burke — Sound Bites
Meg Cabot — Size 12 is Not Fat
Cherry Cox — It’s a Long Way to the Top
Olivia Cunning — Rock Hard (Sinners on Tour #2)
Erin Downing — Dancing Queen
Taryn Elliot and Cari Quinn — Seduced
Melissa Foster — Chased by Love
Susan Griscom — Beautifully Wounded
Michelle Hazen — A Cruel Kind of Beautiful
David Hiltbrand — Dying to be Famous
Michael Kayser — Fast Cars and Rock & Roll
David Allen Kimmel — Rockin’ Across the Galaxy
BJ Knapp — Beside the Music
Erin Knightley — The Baron Next Door
Melody Lane — Rock Me
Kimberly Lang — The Downfall of a Good Girl
Stina Lindenblatt — This One Moment
Stina Lindenblatt — My Song For You
Jacqueline Luckett — Searching for Tina Turner
Joe Meno — Hairstyles of the Damned
Michael Scott Miller — Ladies and Gentlemen… the Redeemers
Juli Page Morgan — Crimson and Clover
Caisey Quinn — Girl with Guitar
Allison Rushby — It’s Not You, It’s Me
Dylan Schaffer — Misdemeanor Man
Alli Sinclair — Under the Spanish Stars
Jen Sincero — Don’t Sleep with your Drummer
Matt Syverson — Black Dog
Cecilia Tan — Hard Rhythm
Jessica Topper — Deeper Than Dreams
Jessica Topper — Softer Than Steel
Lex Valentine — Rock My World
Tommie Vaughn — This Rock in My Heart
Denise Vega — Rock On
Lauren Weisberger — Last Night at Chateau Marmont

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