- File Size: 929 KB
- Print Length: 43 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Alexandra V (February 14, 2014)
- Publication Date: February 14, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00IQBVJAK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,398,137 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Rockalicious (Stud Book 1) Kindle Edition
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As far as storylines go, there was none. The first encounter was with the personal assistant so when Jax is on the set of a photo shoot where he meets his next hook up I at least expected to see or find out what happened with the PA but there was no mention of her at all. There was nothing that connected the three stories. They were just that, three separate distinct random occurrences with no rhyme or reason as to why they are chronicled, what point in time they occur in or what relevance they have. Also, the main draw for me was the fact the Jackson is the lead singer of a rock band. With the exception of a few references to being on tour or picking up groupies, this never entered into the story. As far as I was concerned this could have been a book about any arbitrary attractive guy who just so happens to get laid on a regular basis.
Ok so maybe he wasn’t just your standard run of the mill guy next door. No he was much more than that. He was an egotistical ass who genuinely believed that he could have any woman that he wanted at any time who has really no redeeming qualities besides his good looks. I certainly never expected to get into his back story but it would have been nice to at least like the guy.
This isn’t to say that the women were not ready and willing. The problem is I couldn’t even get into the action when he is downright demeaning and demanding. The way that he talks to these women is not dirty talk, its degradation. While I know that many people are turned on by and appreciate being called names while in the heat of passion, I couldn’t find myself considering it this way when he barely knows the woman and therefore couldn’t possibly be attempting to turn them on. These qualities don’t make up a hot alpha male they make up a inconsiderate jerk who, although he seems to please the women he is with in the end, is primarily motivated by his own needs and desires. I won’t get started on the lack of protection which was pretty disgusting when taking into consideration the vast number of woman he is said to be with and there is never even a passing though of wrapping it up.
To say I was disappointed in this book would be an understatement. Long or short, quick or involved, I expect an enjoyable book to have likeable characters with an interesting story. Rockalicious had neither.
The novella is an interesting idea; to me, it explores the times before the reformation of the rocker manwhore that readers see in many storylines. You can truly tell that the only thing Jax wants out of these encounters is sex, but two of the stories seemed to have underlying complications that aren’t explored; I’m sure they’re not meant to be either, but I found it hard to see past what happens afterwards. I like to feel even a bit of a connection between the characters, and it’s hard to because of how quickly their time together is over. But, in terms of the sex they have, it's definitely steamy!
If you’re looking for a quick, smutty read to take you away for a bit from heavier reads, pick this one up and see if Jax can get you as hot and bothered as he does his three conquests ;)
Complimentary copy of the text was provided by author in exchange for an honest review.
3/3.5 poison apples (The Fairest of All Book Reviews)
"A little but of wit, kink and smartassery. A hell of a lot of lust, desire and passion."
This is what I would imagine a Rockstar's life actually is like, different town a different woman... but no judging please, there are no promises made other than mind-blowing pleasure... Out of the three I have to say my favorite is Alex's story, that was HOT, but each one brought a different level of sexiness and fit my mood perfectly!
I don't know enough about Jackson to know whether I like him of not. Yes, there are three different women in the book, but I have no idea what the time line is. Three women over time isn't a big deal. Three women in a couple days.... can you say man whore??? I like getting to know the characters better in a book.
No matter my feelings toward Jackson, I did enjoy each story individually. This is a great book for those interested in quick, hot reads.
Hot, sexy, quick read, and holy cow what a man whore.
I’m more into the rock stars who find their way to that one woman and redemption, but Jackson strikes me as more of the typical rock star, easy lays, good times. Writing is awesome, scenes are hot, the girls are easy for him to get his way with.
This is a perfect hot steamy read for those nights right before you go to bed and want to have some sexy dreams.
Even though I’m part of the blog tour, I got my copy when it was free on Smashwords. I was too excited to wait for my copy to arrive. So glad I did.
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