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Rock Wedding (Rock Kiss) (Volume 4) Paperback – July 22, 2016
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�Rock Wedding was one of those books that just gave me all the feels before eventually leaving me with warm fuzzies and a sappy smile.� ---The Book Queen --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
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Abe is a recovering drug and alcoholic. He was a terrible husband to his high school drop out wife. Over the course of the other "Rock" novels we've seen him, through Fox's eyes nearly OD and his recovery through Noah's eyes. But in this book there is no real progress in his recovery in this book. He never 'almost drinks' He has the tools to deal with his pain and his addiction. Maybe he's actually ready for a relationship now, but I like Nalini's books where people have to work for their HEA
Same thing with Sarah. When they were first married Sarah felt inadequate. She was a high school drop out with no money, no career and no real prospects. That character might have been interesting. This one was a successful business woman who has her own money and her own self worth. Again, she's probably the character ready for a relationship, but there's no real character growth
And then the "plot" 18 months after her child is stillborn. Abe comes to make amends. Sarah is fragile because it's the day of the month that her baby Aaron was stillborn. Abe shows an actual interest in her pain, visits the grave and then they have sex on the counter. Sarah gets pregnant. Abe wants another chance and has 8 months (till the baby is born) to prove himself. Throughout the pregnancy I kept waiting for something to happen--the abusive ex to show up, Sarah to have pregnancy complications or birthing complications, somethings to trigger an Abe meltdown--nope, not even the old 'hubby someplace else and needing to rush back' sitcom plot at the birth. Just two people in a relatively good place having a baby.
So there's a HEA, 4 weddings (yup 4) and baby but it all feels a little "nice" and not gritty or really earned
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Nalini is one of those few authors who despite genre, she is always a must read. I'm a urban fantasy reader but if Singh is the author, I'll pick it up regardless...Read more