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- Publisher: Sarian Royal; 2 edition (November 13, 2013)
- Publication Date: November 13, 2013
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- Language: English
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It takes up right where Real Ugly left off: Naomi Knox is missing and Turner Campbell is a wreck. Naomi and Turner are on a music tour with their respective bands and have a very volatile love/hate relationship. Turner is in love, Naomi is still leaning towards hate. Naomi has a complicated past, one that includes Turner and she disappears one night in Denver after one of their shows.
This book like it's predecessor is raw, gritty, sexually charged, honest and not for the faint of heart. C.M. Stunich does not hold back and writes with pure emotion. These rockers are foul mouthed, horny, disrespectful, often high as kites, yet I love every single one of them! The author is detailed enough that you get inside their heads without getting dragged around forever. The book is told in a dual POV...Naomi and Turner...and watching their love grow into that white hot passionate need kept me glued to every page.
The mystery element to these books is something so refreshing. Not only do we get a kick arse rock and roll story but there is a huge whodunit segment flowing throughout the story that is simply fascinating to me! What happened to Naomi? Why has she been kidnapped? How are her foster siblings involved? Questions that have yet to be answered and ones I cannot wait to figure out in the next book.
I am truly loving this series and I can't recommend it highly enough. It's a storyline like no other and is worthy of your time. You won't regret it.
***Only read this if you've already read Real Ugly***
We were left at the end of the first book wondering if Naomi was injured, killed or missing. I honestly have no idea how people who read that book survived the wait until this book came out. Kudos to you, I would’ve freaking had a conniption. Without spoiling how or why, I will tell you that Naomi is still alive – she did not die. However, she is noticeably absent from the first 45% of the book. As a result the first half of the book was told primarily from Turner’s point of view.
And boy, do I love being in this man’s head. I was weary of him at first, but now I love this man. The amount of love and devotion he has towards Naomi amazed me, even when he didn’t know for sure if she was even still alive or not. For all he knew, she could’ve been dead, but yet he still knew there would be no one else for him. Naomi Knox is what he wanted and he wouldn’t rest until he got what he wanted.
While the first book explored more of Naomi and Turner’s relationship or lack thereof, this book took the mystery behind who took Naomi and really opened the door to that storyline. I’ll admit that at times I was scratching my head and was confused as to what exactly was going on. There were so many pieces to this puzzle and so many theories that you had no idea what to believe or predict where this story was going. And this is the part that I loved – I never know who to believe so it kept me on my toes.
Once Naomi reemerges, her relationship with Turner becomes even more confusing for her. She hates him. But, she trusts only him. She thinks he still is the same jerk that left her. But, then she finds some things out about the past, that threatens to change her view of him. She doesn’t love him. But, she can’t seem to stay away from him. It’s safe to say that while Turner is absolutely certain about his feelings for Naomi, she is even more confused than she was in the first book.
I know I said I loved the mystery that is quickly taking root as the focal point of the series, but I just need to say how much I enjoy reading about Naomi and Turner’s unconventional relationship. In a world where I read primarily romance novels, it is refreshing to read a different kind of romance. One where there may be a physical attraction, but one of the characters fight it tooth and nail. It made their relationship more authentic to me and I love them for it.
It’s hard to say much else about this book without giving anything away. But in short, you will get to know Turner a lot better in this book and you will get to see Naomi start coming around on the Team Turner side. In addition, new plot twists will consume you and you will not be able to put this book down. There is not a cliffhanger at the end of this book, but this story is far from over. There are still so many unanswered questions out there, so do not expect to have any real resolution at all. So if you are a fan of this series, you will definitely want to read this next installment in the Hard Rock Roots series.
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I enjoyed the book, but am not a huge fan of serial cliffhangers....
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