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I have become obsessed with rock star reads and read a lot of them. I give a review only for books in general if they move me as this one has so profoundly, when an author asks me to and wants an honest review only, and sadly, only if it was that bad. I was not asked to give this review and am not a friend of either author, this is my honest review.
Incredible, both the hero, Kennedy and heroine, Abigail "Abby" are incredible. Both are equally measured, so beautiful, flawed, stubborn, talented with hearts of gold because of past losses and hardships. Their weaknesses and vulnerabilities, neither shy away from admitting them to one another head on, being conscientious when one will be struggling with a hardship that will bring those same insecurities or his addiction to the forefront again. It's powerful... they are powerful individually but together, whew, forget it these two are...Explosive!
Tucker, a secondary character, his role is powerful and so well written. The strength and support he displayed Kennedy daily and the other 3 band members was not just read but through these authors words profoundly felt to where I'd get chills of how beautiful he had their backs. Sometimes, it was obvious and other times he'd share something out of nowhere, had been on top of the situation already prepared how he was going to get them back to the road of recovery or had already gotten them situated in a place safe and sound with healing already in motion. Just beautiful, Kennedy, Abby, Tucker, Sean, Mattie, Cam, Tess, April, Nicole, Kennedy's parents, his brother Adam, Abby's parents and Ralph. Parker? Wow, forget it, there aren't enough words for that child's role in Rock the Dream, extraordinary doesn't do him justice or his parents, Joyce and David for that matter. This is an overwhelming, emotional, special read on so many, many levels. There are so many lessons one can learn from this book on addiction, AA, compassion for those who suffer from loss and guilt and THEN children suffering from terminal illnesses and what their every day lives look like, worse yet the impact it has on their families. I've said enough, please download this book ASAP, with caution though to those this may be a trigger for. I'm no expert and don't suffer from this, but if one is an addict, this book may help someone feel like they're not alone in their weakness, in wanting to feel numb when it gets too much or if there is something tragic going on in their life that might have them feeling tempted. In addition, for someone who has a sick child of this magnitude, this may be too much for you, I don't know, but you should be warned as well. For all others be prepared to get emotional but the greater are happy tears in this particular read. Everyone and I mean, everyone (not spoiling who I mean by that) comes together at some point to make Parker's dream come true which trickles on a grand scale to so many other children's dreams being met as well. Spectacular on every level. Read. This. Book!
Cliffhanger, no. Sexy, oh yes. Beautiful hero and heroine, absolutely yes! Great storyline, yes and so much more than your regular rock star read. Secondary characters, wow, strong, beautiful, real and funny but most of all just as important, riding front and center. I can't wait for their stories, Matt's story can't come out fast enough for me. Cheating, no. Threesomes, no. HFN, yes, I'm usually not a fan of HFNs since I usually read HEAs only, but it works here, you can't help but be okay with it and the promise for us to one day read about their HEA is inevitable. I have no doubt I'll read in one of the next books about Kennedy and Abby's HEA and I am so looking forward to their future. Honestly, I could go on and on with how much I loved this book for so many reasons. It is the most real book I've read in a long time written with such skill and carefulness to a touchy subject that is very much alive and kicking hard today. My favorite lesson from it, don't ever judge someone who either suffers from an addiction(s) or knows someone who suffers or worse, who has lost a loved one from addiction whether it be heroin, alcohol, pills or a combination. The lesson extended with Brodie's character, was profoundly heart felt, to have no one there? Was his family ashamed? Did he burn too many bridges? Did they just give up on him? Can I even picture myself feeling as alone as he did? SMH
I am so grateful and privileged to have read Rock The Dream. This book will stay with me for a long, long time.
This book is beautifully written and you can tell the authors did their homework on a variety of subjects this story touches on from drug and alcohol abuse to dealing with loss, guilt and the massive workings of a major charity organization and putting on a massive concert. The supporting characters are such an integral part of this story that I am dying to know when the next book is coming out. This was a Valentine's Day gift to myself - Highly recommend Rock The Dream.
I'm really looking forward to the next book, which seems to be Matt's story. I'm dying to know more about Cam, though.