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Rock Chick Rescue by [Ashley, Kristen]
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About the Author

Kristen Ashley grew up in Indiana, but has lived in Colorado and the West Country of England. Thus she has been blessed to have friends and family around the globe. Her posse is loopy (to say the least), but loopy is good when you want to write. Kristen was raised in a house with a large and multi-generational family. They lived on a very small farm in a small town in the heartland and existed amongst the strains of 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 up, it keeps getting better.

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  • File Size: 1337 KB
  • Print Length: 400 pages
  • Publication Date: March 4, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004QS9418
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,884 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By CM on January 29, 2013
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Second in the Rock Chick series, RC Rescue continues the model from the first: alpha male, independent woman come together against a backdrop of, well, mayhem. The series is hot, fun and sexy without being erotic (e.g, Ashley's book Knight). If you like your men possessive, intense and yet only slightly controlling, then this is the series for you. Eddie Chavez is one of a trio of men who grew up together. Lee (Liam), featured in Rock Chick #1, went into private security. Darius became a drug dealer. Eddie is a vice cop. He and "Just Jet" McAlistair meet, have great chemistry and the story takes off from there.

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)!
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OK. I just read this book for the 2nd time. I had decided to go through the entire series again and guess I'd forgotten how much I just plain hated this so-called heroine. She lies all the time. Sometimes she's just plain stoopid to the point you wonder why on earth Eddie, the hero, puts up with her because I gotta tell ya, she's not worth it. I loved the story, the other characters, and everyone and everything else about this book, but Jet? NO. She could have been so much more but when people do stupid things due to excessive pride, lie when people have put their lives on the line for her, lie because she's afraid of involvement? NO. She does some pretty stupid things based on thinking she's not good enough but I think it is more she's one selfish chick who doesn't listen to anyone because she thinks she's always right.

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.
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Well, Book 2 in the Rock Chick series and another rip-roaring ride through a romantic suspense.

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.
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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. *Whew* there I said it and I’m still standing. Okay so they are my least favorite couple out of all the KA-land couples. It’s really okay because they have some very stiff competition but something was missing in this story for me. Some of the stuff that never bugs me in a KA story totally bothered me here. Good thing that there are still so many great side characters and fun things happening that even though I didn’t absolutely love the main couple I still had a pretty decent time.

The Good:

♥ - Seeing Indy and Lee and all the gang from the previous book. I love them all and they were so much fun in this one too. I can’t even decide who I liked the most. Indy….Lee….Mace *cries for Mace*…Daisy or Tex. It is probably Tex.

***“I’m comin’ too,” he announced.
I closed my eyes. This was spiraling out-of-control. I opened them again. “Please listen to me—”
“No way, Loopy Loo. You aren’t hoardin’ all the action.” He turned to Indy, “You’re drivin’ because we can all fit in your silly-ass car. When we see a break in the coffee action, I’ll go home and get my shotgun.”
My mouth dropped open and I was pretty sure my eyes bugged out of my head.
“Don’t worry, Jet. Just as long as we don’t get into any situations that require grenades, we’ll be fine.” Indy said this like she wasn’t joking.
Tex looked at Indy for a beat. “I’ll pack a few, just in case,” he said***

Seriously I love that dude and he could be my unofficial body guard any day. Also seeing him flustered by someone he was interested in was fantastic and adorable.

But Daisy comes in a close second.
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