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Love of a Rockstar by [Simone, Nicole]
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"Love of a Rockstar is one of those stories that will stay with you long after you read it." - Readers Attic

"Love of a Rockstar is not your usual rock star romance. It's more a story about family, love and finding your own path in life." - Smokin Hot Book Blog

Full of angst, drama, heartbreak, tears, uncertainty and the sexiness of a rocker, the only thing missing was chocolate but HEY-we had that too!! plus the added bonus of the sweetest little princess ever. It all made for a book I couldn't walk away from for even a minute til I got to the end. - Bookworm Betties

"Love of A Rockstar is its own story, a story worth reading about! This story has grit, love, heartache, and redemption."- Blushing Diva Book Reviews

From the Inside Flap

I swore up and down this side of the Mississippi that when I saw Luke again, I'd give him a piece of my mind. But as he glanced over at me, I felt the air leave my body. His absence from my life didn't change the fact that he was my Kryptonite.

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  • File Size: 906 KB
  • Print Length: 221 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: February 7, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IBM4CLC
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #76,851 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Love of a Rockstar is a second chance romance story about Luke, a young guitarist, who gives up the love of his life and his unborn child to pursue a music career; it's about a young man who doesn't feel he deserves the happiness that Marlene gives him, so he leaves and destroys the woman who has always owned his heart.

Four years later, fate reunites Luke and Marlene. A young runaway helped to change Luke's perspective on what matters most in life, so he's back to prove to the woman he loves and the daughter he has never met that he can be the father and husband Marlene has always wanted him to be.

Since Luke left, Marlene has guarded her heart and has done her best to provide a stable home for her daughter Nil. Luke's return threatens to turn her "safe" world upside down, and she's not ready for the potential devastation that it could bring to not only her life but to her daughter's life as well. But the heart wants what the heart wants and soon, Marlene finds her love for Luke resurfacing. But will Luke be able to prove to her in the 4 days he has with her that he's worth another chance - that he won't let her down a second time?

Love of a Rockstar is not your typical rocker book. It is not angst driven. The rocker's lifestyle is hardly mentioned because the book is about getting one's priorities in order and making amends for past misdeeds. The story focuses on the idea of putting family first, and it illustrates the need to sometimes look at one's life and realize that what matters most are not fancy objects or prestigious careers - it's people...family.

The premise of a redeemed rocker always makes for an interesting storyline, but, for me, there are gaps in the plot. At times, I felt like the storyline was rushed - the reunion seems too quick.
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The premise of this book was pretty good, however, I had some issues with the actual story. Luke left M and her daughter Nil behind and then showed back up in their lives looking to reclaim his spot in their lives. M was a little too forgiving to people, Luke and especially her friend Camille who failed to tell her a huge secret that she kept. Was not a bad story, just had too many issues with M's ability to overlook a whole slew of things that most people would have struggled to let go of.
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I really wanted to like this book, it had a fantastic plotline. However, it didn't feel real. The characters also didn't ring true to me. Marlene and Luke were high school sweethearts. Luke was a rocker boy with a band and her parents didn't like him. She still went to live with him and after three years, when she was pregnant 6 months, he left her to go fullfill his dreams as a rock star. She went on to have her baby, with the help and support of her best friend Camille, her mother and grandmother. Four years later, she's working in a hotel reception desk and Luke suddenly appears, he's on tour and stopping in Seattle for 4 days. He greets her like he's delighted to see her and she runs and hides in the bathroom. Turns out he wants to make amends and meet his daughter. Huh?!?

At this point, I would expect Marlene to put resistance, to let her daughter meet with Luke but under controlled conditions, be mistrustful and observant, etc. I also expected that Luke would work slowly to gain Nil's love and Marlene's trust. But he acted like Marlene was already his girl. She alternatively melts for him or yells at him for his abandonement. This goes on for most of the book and I got tired of it. Every time there was a discussion, this would come up. Another thing that didn't ring true is how much free time he appeared to have to be with Marlene and Nil (the baby), and how easily he could frequent coffee shops, museums and the like without a stampede of fans and/or papparazi hounding him. One day he was in a coffee shop woth Marlene and Nils and this one groupie appears and propositions Luke. Aren't they supposed to frequent the show venues at the end of shows and stalk the stars? Don't they go around in groups? And how come she knew he was there and there were no other fans?
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4.5 Stars

Marlene Parker and Luke Anderson were an item from the time she was seventeen till she got pregnant at twenty, him twenty-two, and he left her at nine months to go on the road and make it big.

So when she sees him in the hotel lobby (her place of employment) for the first time he incites in her both love and hate, and she does what any woman scorned and not wanting to face her ex would do...she hides in the bathroom.

But she can't hide from their past relationship for long. Now four years later, Luke has realized that life on the road is lonely, and he made the biggest mistake of his life walking away.

Told from Marlene's point of view, I was pulled in from the very beginning. You can feel M's heartache and her dilemma. She shares a past and a child with Luke, not to mention a still current attraction; but he walked out on her and their daughter and hasn't seen them since. She also has a new, stable boyfriend in her life that can offer what Luke hasn't.

On one hand, you want Marlene to tell him "too bad" when he wants back in her and their daughter's life after abandoning them. On the other hand, it doesn't take long to realize that Luke is rather sweet and endearing. I didn't know how Nicole Simone was going to pull it off, but she does. I thought Luke would have to be the world's biggest louse for walking out on his pregnant girlfriend, but instead Luke turns around to be one of those adorable rocker book boyfriends. "Daddy Luke" and "domestic, dinner cooking Luke" are really sweet and hot.

Both characters are very likable and down to earth. The story a wonderful job of illustrating Marlene's predicament between following her heart and risking getting broken again vs.
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