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Heather Lynn Rigaud spends much of her time thinking about how Regency-era characters would exist now, and how a wife and mother would have lived in the past. She is a professional writer with degrees in music therapy and teaching who lives with her husband and two sons in Kingston, New York.
Fitzwilliam Darcy, Rock Star has to be one of the sexiest Austenesque novels I have ever read!
Don't get me wrong, I do like a good sex scene now and then, but there were so many of them after a while it was downright boring to read them.
I had a lot of fun while reading and Rigaud's engaging writing style made following the story easy and very enjoyable.
I was super excited for this book. It started out with promise, but suddenly it seemed that it was a draft that was printed - it became very much a "tell" book vs. Read morePublished 10 days ago by bookworm1207
I absolutely loved this book. The characters may have been inspired by Pride & Prejudice. But, the author makes them her own. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ashlee
I hesitated before I read this story the first time. I thought "tattoos? Long hair? So not what I like!" But I eventually caved and my first thought was "I'm an idiot! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Regina M Mayorga
What awesome romantic adventure about two rock bands that fall in love with each other. Also the six main characters share many different challenges as they go on tour together.Published 4 months ago by elizabeth jones
Romance vs sex this is much more of the latter and sacrificed a possible great read for non sexy sexPublished 5 months ago by Jayne Scalise
I am drawn to books about bands and musicians and with a Pride and Prejudice twist, I couldn't resist. I wanted to love it or even like it, instead I just felt it was okay. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Janet Merrill
Enjoyed this book if you like books about rock bands you will enjoy this one.
Cute love story, u need to read a long time to get to the good parts!
Why? This book Was unique and that I can appreciate it for that. I actually would rate it three and half stars for originality. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Elizabeth Bennet