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Rock Addiction (Rock Kiss Book 1) by [Singh, Nalini]
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Book 1 of 4 in Rock Kiss (4 Book Series)
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"Nalini is the one author I whole-heartedly recommend without a moment's hesitation because I know, regardless of what genre she writes in that she is absolutely unmatched by any author I have ever read." - #1 NYT & USA Today bestselling author Maya Banks

"A smokin' hot piece of rock'n'roll par excellence." -  Kylie Scott, New York Times bestselling author of the Stage Dive Series

"...a rock star romance that's filled with sizzling, hot sex, rock n' roll, and a touch of angst...Fox is all that you would expect from a Rock Star. Sexy, a gifted musician, and completely irresistible." - Book Swoon

"...megastar Singh turns the heat up to blistering..." - RT Book Reviews (Top Pick!)

"Fox in hot pursuit of Molly was genuine, romantic and hot as hell. Everyone needs to read this!" - New York Times bestselling author Jaci Burton

"Rock Addiction is a beautiful love story. 2 scarred people fall in love and do everything to make their relationship work despite what the world throws at them." - Alyson (Goodreads)

"ROCK ADDICTION has everything you expect from a rock star romance: a wickedly naughty tattooed hero, a sweet, admirable heroine and plenty of scorching hot sex!" - Annie, Under the Covers Book Blog

"I absolutely loved and adored this story and can't wait to read more from the other band members..." - Miss Book Eater

"'s amazing. Fox is everything you'd expect from Nalini Singh. An alpha rock star with a sexy lip ring and whiskey voice. Jealous, possessive, sexy on a stick... and surprisingly sweet and tender." - Holly, Book Binge

"Nalini Singh knows how to write super hot alpha males! I have read every paranormal romance book she has written and if you are a fan like I am, YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED." - Angela (Goodreads)

About the Author

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Nalini Singh lives and works in beautiful New Zealand, and is passionate about writing. She also loves chatting to readers. You can find her on Twitter (@nalinisingh) and Facebook (, and via her website:

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Product Details

  • File Size: 2609 KB
  • Print Length: 406 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: TKA Distribution (September 9, 2014)
  • Publication Date: September 9, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00MUX3V5Q
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #131 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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This is a book that is tough for me to review. I determined at two different times early in the book that I would send the publicist a note saying "thank you, but I had to dnf it and can't do a review". Then I'd change my mind, give it another day, another chapter to get better and it would. That inconsistency in the story drove me nuts. There were times when I loved these two characters and their scarred souls, but then the way Singh wrote certain scenes, I was going "wtf?"

Molly had a traumatic event happen (which involved a huge media circus) during her adolescent years that left huge scars. (And I need to take just a moment to state that she tells you this over and over and over and over again throughout the first 25% of the book...OMG, that alone drove me batty.) But she's so drawn to Fox, rock star extraordinaire, that she decides that she can look past his fame and just have some rocking sex with him for a month. In her mental voice, we hear all the time about how she hates that he's a rock star and everything that symbolizes, but in the next breath she's calling him "her rock star" like an over-the-top fangirl...and I could almost forgive that at first, but it goes on way past the halfway mark when he should be a person in her mind, not the rock god. Ugh. And I'll admit that's just a couple of things that really bugged me about this book.

But there were other things that I truly loved. I loved the guys in the band and the family they have built for each other. Those guys are all equally complex and liked the glimpses of their story lines. I liked the way they all treated Molly with respect and helped to protect her. And overall, I enjoyed both of Molly and Fox's complex backstories.
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I am a huge fan of Nalini Singh' s Psy Changeling series. I re read some of the books obsessively so when this series was announced I was beside myself. This was the author that gave me Judd Lauren, Kaleb Krycheck and Lucas Hunter to name a few. So, it is with a heavy heart that I rate this book two stars and I will explain why.
First and foremost, nothing happens. Literally, nothing happens. There's very little conflict and almost all of it is internal. Molly is scarred by a dysfunctional childhood and parents who failed her utterly. She doesn't trust easily as a result and prefers to blend into the background. Fox is a rock star who also bears scars from childhood and just wants to be liked for himself. He sees Molly at a party and it's insta lust- this is the only woman for me-even though I haven't spoken a word to her- but I must have her now! I can totally suspend disbelief here because this is after all a romance and in fantasies love or lust at first sight is totally possible. Except it just didn't work for me here because there's simply nothing about Molly that is remotely interesting. In other words, she is as dull as dish water. I could believe Fox found her attractive and lusted after her but the whole I must have her, she is mine forever didn't ring true. I wanted Singh to show me why Fox was so adamant Molly was it for him. Why does this rock God who could have any woman in the world want this one specifically? I never got the answer to that. Instead, we get some conversations and a few fights between numerous sex scenes. While I love some sexy times just as much as the next person in this book they became so repetitive that they just overwhelm. It was basically the same sex scene over and over again. Fox was the quintessential Singh hero to an extent.
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Nalini Singh is well known for her paranormal romance (PNR) Psy-Changeling and Guild Hunter's series. With a combined over 345,000 ratings on Goodreads averaging a 4.19 rating, it's safe to say that Nalini Singh is amongst one of today's best liked PNR writers. Joining the recent new trend towards diversification away from relying solely on PNR, Ms. Singh now joins other famous PNR writers, like Kresley Cole, who have recently released contemporary romance books. In this case, Ms. Singh has picked one of romance readers' favorite types, a hot rock 'n' roll love story!

Although this book is labeled as a contemporary romance, it really has much more of a new adult (NA) feel to it. In addition, to the plentiful, hot, steamy scenes, Rock Addiction also fits the common NA theme of self-discovery. Both the hero and heroine must learn to cope with past issues prior to learning how to truly love. As a consequence, this is a book particularly suited for readers that enjoy this sub-genre.

Growing up in a political family, Molly Webster was used to the media spotlight, until a devastating scandal taught her it's ugly side. After her horrifying experience, spurred by her family's addiction obsessed mistakes, she has made it her life's mission to: (1) avoid addictions of any types and (2) lead a life of obscurity.

So imagine her surprise when one of the most famous rock stars, Zachary Fox, takes notice of her. Fox, is one of her sister's biggest clients (her sister Thea is a publicist). Expecting nothing more than an anonymous, one-night stand, Molly succumbs to Fox's sexy, muscled, tattooed and pierced irresistible package.

When Fox tells her he wants more, she instantly gets overwhelmed.
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