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Rock Chick Reawakening by [Ashley, Kristen]
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4.9 out of 5 stars 61 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 362 KB
  • Print Length: 207 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1942299761
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Evil Eye Concepts, Incorporated (3 Jan. 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01H5RE5B0
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 61 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #7,847 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The tears, the heartache, the absolute happiness that burst from me throughout this entire book. Marcus Sloan has interested me since the minute I met him in Rock Chicks and with each meeting with him my interest grew. He's intense and strong and jeez there is just something about him. So when we met Daisy this quirky, fun loving and sweet woman I wondered how there story went and when i realised we were getting their story I was ecstatic!

Lee and Indy from the first Rock Chicks have always been my favourite but after that wonderful piece that KA has given to us I really think Daisy and Marcus have joint 1st place.

Daisy is a woman that has led a harsh life but she is who she is and doesn't care what others think, she is funny and she is sweet. The only thing she has is the option to be herself. Marcus is also a man who makes no bones about who he is and the life he leads. Yet with Daisy it's like he is this while other person designed just for her and designed to be who she needs to be. He know's exactly how to get what he wants and nothing will stand in his way.

"You mistake me," he said softly. "I don't want to come on strong. I don't want to take this at a pace you aren't comfortable with. Not with what happened to you, but you should understand, I wouldn't do that even if that hadn't happened to you. So you'll set the pace. Just as long as there is a pace".

The flashbacks of Daisy's young life are also bittersweet knowing how much she went through but knowing what she went through made her the person she was meant to be. We met the lady who was Daisy's role model the woman who taught her to be who she is, Miss Annamae.
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By KMD. on 4 Jan. 2017
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It's been a long time since KA did justice to a book I wanted to love but couldn't. She's lost something of her uniqueness over the years for me and has wobbled on the verge of creating irritating characters to repetitive ones. I'm not saying that this unhappy trend has suddenly stopped, but this book definitely was a much much better read than some of the last.

It's hard, impossible, just plain not right not to love Daisy. She's just that kind of infectious loving creature that is incapable of not being loved. Yes there were one or two moments when the glare of irritability snuck in threatening to overshadow Daisy's daisyness, but it was salvaged by Marcus' tender loving amusement in her. He just enjoyed her. And also made himself one of my favourite KA guys...and that's hard because all the favourites come from books written years ago - her more recent male characters being pale replicas of former hero's.

Anyway why the 5 stars then if while loving this book I'm also not lauding it's brilliance? Because I wanted a HEA for The Sloans and they got theirs without pages and pages of rambling descriptions that are no longer cute. I think the shorter length in this book felt fresher than KAs recent normally longer books. I was entertained but not over loaded with details; which was a great trademark of the authors in times gone by but now feels like she's just filling pages with the same old lines. So short was good. Actually it was great!

Fresh, funny, kind, sad, joyous, revealing daisyness. I loved it and I hope KA tries to keep hold if that freshness even if it means books that are of a shorter kind. thank you.
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This was a loooong time coming and if I'm honest I was scared to read it. See, I've not been too crazy about KA's latest books, and was so worried she was going to ruin Daisy and Marcus and by extension the Rock Chicks. But she didn't, in fact this was so much more like the KA of old. You know the books where you find yourself laughing out loud, melting at the sweetness, swooning at the hot alphaness and left sitting with a silly grin on your face whilst hugging the heck out of your Kindle? Well, this was definitely one of those winners. I freaking LOVED it, even though the "C" (coochie!!) word was so overused. Was it her best work to date? Nope. But for me it's still one of the better ones she's put out in a while. I so hope this is KA getting back in her groove and doing what she does best - spiningn the most amazing stories without the filler overload that her recent books have had.

I loved the little cameos of the rest of the gang, and that ending was perfect. Loved it, yep I already said that :D

I was going to 4.5 star this because ... coochie but what the hell, it's getting 5 stars because .... ♥ Marcus ♥. He's definitely taken the top spot in the Hot Bunch men, without a doubt.
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Having read the rock chick, dream man, Colorado mountain, the burg, unfinished heroes, chaos series and some of her standalone books I've always had my favourites Tack, Hawk, Joe, Mace and though he never had his own book Dog. We waited a long time for Marcus and Daisy I always imagined that Marcus was a little too unfeeling and the way we saw them in the other books wasn't they way they started out, that maybe he wanted Daisy but at first it was a business transaction or a marriage of convenience for him before he came to have feelings for . Boy was I wrong Marcus Sloane just became my favourite of all Kristen Ashley's heroes, ever wondered why they live in a castle? Why a man as sophisticated, rich, ruthless as him married a stripper as bubbly, outrageous, and carefree as Daisy? This book gripped me from start to finish, I read it in one sitting and made me cry, had me smiling and laughing and in the end left me wanting to revisit all those books that came before it and made the wait for this one worth it.
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