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I so enjoyed this story. The one negative....? Well, it was over too soon. For me it is a story that I wanted to go on a bit longer but as it is often said all good things must come to an end. But don't let that get in the way of reading * Rock Her *. Ms. Cooper has once again given us a great story to give us pause in our often hectic, tiring, or sad lives and let us go to a place of enjoyment.
Lizzy feeling alone comes to life again while in the company of Ren Swayer a rock star. They are both running from the life they have created and end up running away from it together. He reignites things within her she thought was dead.
You will enjoy this book thoroughly.
What I enjoyed most about this story is that Ms. Cooper writes about actual conditions and circumstances that people face, some of which I have personally felt and am currently dealing with. She writes this story in such a way that it does not feel as if it's just a story that you're reading. It's more like you're reading an account of someone's personal experiences. Plus towards the end she writes it "in real time." By that I mean that she skips ahead so many months and then sums up what happened during that time. At first I was like, "Wait, I want to hear what happened during that time." However, then I realize that the time jump is appropriate. That jump is what would happen in reality. People need time to heal and move on from things after all.
Ms. Cooper has a unique and pleasant style of writing that I enjoy very much. So much so that I'm off to read her Nashville series since the sample at the end of this book got me hooked! =)