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- Book 2 of 8 in Rock Chick (8 Book Series)
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Kristen grew up in Brownsburg, Indiana and has lived in Denver, Colorado and the West Country of England. Thus, she's blessed to have friends and family around the globe. Her family was (is) loopy (to say the least) but loopy is good when you want to write. They all lived together on a very small farm in a small farm town in the heartland. She grew up with Glenn Miller, The Everly Brothers, REO Speedwagon and Whitesnake (and the wardrobes that matched).
Needless to say, growing up in a house full of music, clothes and love was a good way to grow up.
And as she keeps growing, it keeps getting better.
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Top Customer Reviews
Kristen Ashley is a great, straightforward writer - no fancy turns of phrase, no mushy stuff from the men and really funny dialogue. Her characters are well rounded and they have friendships that run deep. If I were 28 (Jet's age) again, I'd want to have a crowd just like the one's that frequent Fortnum's. Shoot, I wouldn't mind it now. Sort of like Sons of Anarchy meets Modern Family.
Once I finish the series, I will probably re-read it (I'm already jonesing for Rock Chick #1 (Lee and Indy), so I know these are keepers.) Can't wait to get to Rock Chick Redemption (# 3)!
We are introduced to Eddie and, briefly, Jet in the first book. Jet is the shy new girl at Indy's bookstore and Eddie is Lee's best friend and a smokin hot, flirtatious Mexican-American detective.
Jet is pathologically shy around men that she finds attractive and manages to turn into the clumsiest girl in the known cosmos around them - I had to laugh when Jet refers to 'hot guys' as a 'kind' and everyone assumes she is being racist. Despite all this, Jet is working two jobs, Fortnums by day and Smithies by night as a waitress at a lap-dancing club. She's doing all this to help fund her Mum's medical bills who is suffering the sequelae of a stroke.
One day, whilst studiously trying to merge with the background in Fortnums when Eddie is around, Jet's audacious Father turns up in the store and serenades her, much to her embarrassment. Her Dad is a lovable rogue and has managed to accumulate some serious gambling debts owed to Slick, a Denver crime boss. He needs to borrow $500 which Jet can ill-afford and then disappears into the night. That night Jet gets threatened at knife point as she leaves her bar job and the next day Eddie steps in.
Eddie is your absolute typical Kristen Ashley hero - deeply possessive and protective. He's been watching Jet for a couple of months and is not happy that she's working two jobs and in particular where she is working. The danger and threat to Jet escalates and Lee and his crew swing into action to help Eddie protect her.
The suspense story continues with kidnappings, shootings, threats of rape to mention but a few and the romance is smokin hot.Read more ›
OK. I'm done with her. I told you about her so you are forewarned that she lies a lot even when there is NO reason to lie. The rest of the story is good, well-written and typical Kristen Ashley: good drama and secondary characters. She is a great writer otherwise I wouldn't feel the grrr emotions I do for Jet. Do I like the book? Yes. But sometimes characters are just not right, just like human beings in real life, and you have to say "I just plain don't like you and for sure don't feel sorry for you - GROW UP!" and you wish you hadn't let them in your head space.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a fun series which this book is part of. Don't miss it. This particular story is about a handsome Mexican-American who is hunky, hot and sexy. Read morePublished 11 hours ago by Avid Reader
Great addition to the Rock Chick series! I loved seeing the gang from book 1 and all the new editions (I especially LOVED Daisy)!
I loved, yet wanted to smack sense into Jet! Read more
Loved, loved, loved this whole series. It's on my "read again" list!Published 18 days ago by FictionFan
This is my favorite Rock Chick book. I love Eddie and Jet. These books are packed full of laughs, craziness, excitement, and downright awesomeness.Published 22 days ago by Penny
2.5 OMG I Can't Believe I Rated a KA book so low Stars.
It was bound to happen….eventually *takes a deep breath* I didn’t like Eddie and Jet. Read more
This book was amazing!!! I loved every minute of Eddie and Jet's story! Another amazing story from the author! She always finds new ways to make us laugh and swoon! A must read!Published 28 days ago by Booklover4lifeblog
One of my favorites in the series. A woman who saw herself as less suddenly getting what she wanted all along while dodging bullets, finding a deadbeat dad, and realizing that no... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jessica Manning
>Book Review – Rock Chick Rescue –
>I am an independent reviewer. This is the second book in the Rock Chick series and ends in an HEA. Read more