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by Nalini Singh, Justine O. Keef
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Juuli's Bookshelf
Juuli's Bookshelf rated it 1 year ago
Nalini Singh is one of my favourite authors. I love her Psy-Changeling and Guild Hunter series but this contemporary rock star romance book wasn't my cup of tea.Both Molly and Fox had their past problems and their stories were interesting but I hoped for more drama and less sex. I actually didn't un...
Rachel's books
Rachel's books rated it 2 years ago
Finally, a new adult book I really enjoyed. The minute Fox sees Molly he is drawn to her. Molly is interested too and decides to go for it. They each have pasts (and family) that suck, but they've overcome that part.This was refreshing. It's a little angsty, but not too bad. They talk and communicat...
I Swallow Books Whole
I Swallow Books Whole rated it 5 years ago
3 TEMPTING REASONS TO READ ROCK ADDICTION THE CHARACTERS ARE SO FREAKING SEXY. Rock Addiction is the story of a wicked lead singer falling fast for Molly the wary librarian. I don’t know about you, but when I hear “librarian” and “rock star” as descriptors for main characters instantly I'm more attr...
Tami
Tami rated it 6 years ago
With the quite typical rock star. Who wants a real relationship and love. And he wants it with Molly. Whom he fell for at first sight. Which was my first litlle dislike of this otherwise sweet book. My next dislike: Everyone is damaged in this series. Everyone. Him and her. And all the others too....
My Reading Nook
My Reading Nook rated it 6 years ago
The overall premise of Rock Addiction was good and I enjoyed the supporting characters enough to want to read their books. But there was a lot of repetition here as well. I felt like I read about 100 pages of actual story and 300 pages of sex. Read more.
Lyndi
Lyndi rated it 6 years ago
I adore Nalini Singh's writing. The Guild Hunter series is one of my absolute favorites and Rock Addiction was different, but just as enjoyable. I know a lot of women love these "in love with a rock star" stories, though it's not really a theme I personally seek out. But I'm glad I gave this one a c...
WackyAki's Books: The Good, The Bad, The Horrendous
Well, I think I've mentioned that I really, really like Nalini Singh. So Rock Addiction is one of her newest books. Hey, something has to keep me entertained until Archangel's Shadows comes out. This book... didn't disappoint but then, I'm not going to give it a standing ovation. It was a pure...
Malin
Malin rated it 6 years ago
DISCLAIMER! This ARC was given to me through NetGalley in return for a fair and unbiased review. WARNING. This will be a fairly spoilery review, because I'm sick with a cold and can't be bothered to find a non-spoilery way of describing the plot. Molly Harper is a shy and timid librarian present...
A Book in My Back Pocket
A Book in My Back Pocket rated it 6 years ago
Review Posted at the USA Today Happy Ever After Blog.
kdhmhmm
kdhmhmm rated it 6 years ago
I love almost everything Nalini Singh has written (not crazy about the early Harlequin's). And I liked this a lot. It seemed pretty real - covered a lot of the issues I could see coming up when someone in the public eye gets involved with someone not in the public eye. But, there was SO much sex....
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