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Memphis Black: Rockers of Steel Kindle Edition
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All-in-all, it's not bad story, but it left me dizzy.
There were a few different conflict hurdles that Memphis and Tales had to jump over; the problem for me was the way they were handled. It was like...bullet points. I was thrust into one conflict, spun around, pushed out and then dragged into another. Then repeat. A lot of the resolution was kind of glossed over in a bunch of dialogue, but not so much narrative, which made it hard for me to get attached to the characters on an emotional level. I wanted Memphis and Tales to fall in love, but I can't really say that I fully grasped how they got there in the story I was given. Part of that had to do with the way time was handled throughout.
In any case, I did enjoy Tales as a character. She kept me invested in the story, and she carried me to the end. I'm not convinced that I'll read anymore in this particular series, but I might. MJ did spark some interest in her other series, by mentioning certain characters I assume she's written about, so I might try those on for size.
Memphis is a total party machine. Any band who has condom launchers at their concerts is bound to be ready to celebrate all the time. The band decides to take a little break before heading out on the road as headliners. A beach full of beautiful women sounds perfect. That is until Memphis sister Madison and her best childhood friend Tallie decide to come hang out as well. Memphis protective instincts go into high gear when he sees Tallie. She is no longer the awkward neighbor girl from his youth. He is not about to let her out of his sight.
Tallie is a super sweet young lady who has been dealt a bad hand recently. She is needing a break before moving on to the next chapter of her life. She does not expect that the man she has lusted over from afar would ever be interested in her. She doesn’t want to mess up her friendship with either of the siblings, but can’t help her attraction to Memphis.
This story has humor. I mean really, the band’s name is STD! Plus typical sister/brother fun and the ribbing only true friends can give one another. It has some super steamy scenes between Memphis and Tallie. This is a fun NA read. I am looking forward to seeing what the rest of the bandmates get up to in the next books. I have a feeling they are going to fall just as hard as Memphis and Tallie.
Tallia Annabelle Priest the preachers daughter, ballet dancer, good girl with a secret. She has been in love her best friends brother the rockstar all her life.
When she takes a vacation with Mads to Miami where they'll be staying with Steel Total Destruction things begin to spark between the preachers daughter and the rock star.
Will the rock star remember the kiss, her first kiss he gave her?
Will the huge secret Tales and Mads hold tear them apart?
Omg Ms.Fields never disappoints she can write a rock star like she was one! (She is). This book is hot, sexy, sweet and all kinds of NAUGHTY! I recommend I recommend I recommend!
I am so sad about this review. I really don't know what to write. Maybe this is just a one off for me. This book seems all over the place. I had a very hard time following what was going on and who was saying what. I felt like the characters took any opportunity to throw in a "Forever Steel" in the conversation. One minute one character is yelling, another minute someone is crying then in the next everyone loves each other. The chemistry between the H & h was off. The bad boy rocker and the preacher's daughter could have been believable but wasn't here. The big drama twist that was thrown in there with the dad was awkward.
I feel like I've stepped in an alternate universe because I don't recognize this writing. But I won't give up on this author.
Telly has lived her life under the control of her preacher father. But just as she is finally getting her own chance things go wrong, her dad dies, her shot at Julliard with it. To lick her wounds she decides to go with her best friend, Memphis' sister, to spend a week vacationing in Miami. She doesn't know it is with Memphis and his band.
Ok, I get this is a love story, bad boy goes good for good girl, but the idea that she would still be so tempted by him after what she saw when she arrived, and then what he did when he went to the Woodshed just doesn't sit right with me.
I'm on to Finn's story and hoping for more.