Rock Courtship by Nalini Singh {Kelly’s Review}

Posted 1 April, 2015 by Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal / 4 Comments

Rock Courtship by Nalini Singh {Kelly’s Review}Rock Courtship by Nalini Singh
Series: Rock Kiss #1.5
Also in this series: Rock Addiction, Rock Hard
Genres: Contemporary, New Adult
Pages: 168
Format: eBook
Source: Purchased

New York Times bestselling author Nalini Singh's new contemporary romance novella is pure hard rock and scorching heat...

What happens when the Gentleman of Rock decides to play dirty?

A drummer for the hottest rock band on the planet, David has a single, powerful weakness: Thea, the band's publicist and the woman who steals his breath away with her every move.

Only problem is, Thea doesn't date clients--or musicians. Emotionally scarred by a cheating ex, she's not about to risk her heart with a man who has groupies buzzing around him like flies. Even if his sexy smile ties her up in knots.

What she doesn't know is that David is a one-woman man...and he's madly in love with her. David's determined to prove he's worth the risk, and willing to court her, step by exquisite step. Thea's about to discover just how long and hard this handsome drummer can play.

Sweet drummer dials up the sexy!

Thoughts on Rock Courtship

Okay. Hold the phone. David’s courtship of Thea is ridiculously cute. Sexy as hell (Whoa, memo-sex. I didn’t even know that was a THING!) and charming beyond belief, the two of them just shine as they push one another with each interaction.

(Did I mention the memo-sex? *fans self*)

I love the place the two of them are coming from. Thea’s shoring up her defenses after her last disaster of a relationship while David’s absolutely gone on her. Given where she is in her head after the cheater, he takes the slow route and gives her time to come to terms with everything before jumping in with both feet.

But when he jumps, he jumps hard. Good thing he had Molly to point him in the right direction, huh?

As for Thea, she’s mighty attracted to David, but she doesn’t want to mess up what they have. When she finally allows herself to see him as someone who could be hers, she also sees the potential for heartache. It takes one wise mama to remind her that the good things in life (and the hunky musicians) are worth fighting for.

Loved loved LOVED how David saw himself as the least interesting one in the band. I just liked the guy. His sweet shyness is the complete opposite of Fox, yet they have this outstanding bond.

Not going to lie, I really REALLY want to ferret out Noah’s secrets. Here’s to hoping we get to read about him soon!

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Filed under: Contemporary, ESR: 8, New Adult, Review: Kelly,


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