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Rock Chick Rescue by [Ashley, Kristen]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews

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Kristen Ashley grew up in Indiana, but has lived in Colorado and the West Country of England. Thus she has been blessed to have friends and family around the globe. Her posse is loopy (to say the least), but loopy is good when you want to write. Kristen was raised in a house with a large and multi-generational family. They lived on a very small farm in a small town in the heartland and existed amongst the strains of Glenn Miller, The Everly Brothers, REO Speedwagon and Whitesnake (and the wardrobes that matched). Needless to say, growing up in a house full of music, clothes and love was a good way to grow up. And as she keeps growing up, it keeps getting better.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1337 KB
  • Print Length: 400 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004QS9418
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #14,393 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Reviewing after what must be my 15th re read of this book.

Shall keep it short.

LOVE LOVE LOVE Eddie. Adored Jet, even if she drove me insane at times.

I enjoyed how Jet had spent most of her life, looking out for others, sacrificing for her family, yet in this book she has an entire group of people all stood there willing to be her back up and catch her when she falls. With Eddie right at the front of that group.

Eddie had spent months trying to get Jet's attention, and when he eventually has his chance, he refuses to let anything, even Jet herself, spoil it.

Add in some bad guys, a bit of drama, some funny moments, and it is an excellent 5 stars.

A great addition to the Rock Chick series, and one of my favourite couples in the series - shall be a book I re read many more times

Genre : - Cont. Romance
Series : - 2nd in the series
Love triangle? - No
Cheating? - No
HEA? - Yes
Would I read more by this author/or in this series? - Yes
Rating - 5
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I have a bit of a taste for guilty pleasure romance books. They're easy reading, usually relatively short, with predictable but engaging plots. They don't stick with you, but they're usually good fun while you're reading them. I thought this meant I would really enjoy Rock Chick Rescue.

And I did. For about the first 20% of it.

When explaining the story to friends I started out saying 'It's daft, but it's quite a good story.' By halfway through that had progressed to 'If she describes her vagina as her 'doo-dah' one more time I might break something.' By the end, it was just, 'This is rubbish.'

There are two major problems with this book, and unfortunately, both are fairly fundamental.

First, the length. At 500 pages (13 hours on audiobook) this is loooong for a romance. Looking at the first few romance books to come up under the 'contemporary romance' category on Goodreads, four out of five are less than 320 pages - most considerably less. The fifth is also by Kristen Ashley.

And the problem with sustaining a romance story over that length is that there's only so much ground to cover, and you end up inevitably retreading.

Leading man and leading woman have a misunderstanding and fall out. Leading woman and leading man have a 'close encounter' but are interrupted before things can get too steamy. Kiss scenes. Sex scenes. Multiply each of these up by about ten, and you're in the right sort of ball park for Rock Chick Rescue.

Which, some of you may be thinking, isn't necessarily a bad thing - ten sex scenes could be good. Only, there's only so many ways you can describe sex without it getting repetitive.
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Well what can I say Jet working two jobs and looking after her mother, dad comes into town and that lands her in trouble.
Eddie good cop tries to win jet over but also tries to fix her problems. Jet is as Tex says loopy loo and Eddie is very powerful and will do anything to protect her. Best bits are Eddie's mother and Jets mother plus Ada found they bit funny. Really enjoyed this book looking forward to reading about Hank.
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I have to admit I didn't think 'Rock Chick Rescue' was going to beat 'Rock Chick' but I am happy to say that I was very wrong. (Smiles) I have said many times in reviews how I was gripped from the first chapter but I really, really was. After reading the chapter 1 of this book at the end of 'Rock Chick' I had to find out how Jet got out of her problem.
Jet is shy, awkward, gets tough-tied when she is around really hot guys, Eddie is a very hot guy and during a small get together she finds herself alone with Eddie and during exchange and Eddie touching her, she tells Eddie, who is a cop and a Mexican that she has a problem with 'his kind' of course Jet means his hottnes but Eddie takes it the wrong way and Jet runs. How does that plot not grip anyone? I had to get the book to see how she got herself out of it.
There is of course your usual, kidnapping, a knive in Jet' s throat, the Rock Chicks getting involved and run amuck. Bar fights, a murder waiting to happen, and of course a guy who is willing to "Brand"Jet as his own. And some really funny banter between all the gang that had me laughing out loud.
Tex is my favorite character. He is funny, crazy and he will protect all the girls at Fortnums.

This story is about Jet and Eddie, it was well written from start to finish, there were sex scenes but it wasn't written in description which makes a nice change, I wasn't reading pages and pages of sex. There were kissing scenes that I must admit were sizzling and it made a refreshing change.

This was better then the first book in my opinion and I thought that was an amazing book. I can't wait to start reading 'Rock Chick Redemption' because it's about the older Nightingale Hank. Plus Roxie' s uncle is Tex, and the first chapter has me wondering what on earth is going to happen, so again I'm in for a really good book.
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By Tallulah TOP 500 REVIEWER on 10 Oct. 2014
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I was enjoying this to start with but soon grew tired of the constant scrapes Jet got herself into and her lack of confidence where she felt she wasn't good enough for Eddie. Eddie is a typical KA hero. He wants to look after his woman. These are the authors earlier books and it's interesting to see how she has perhaps reused some hero and heroine traits in her later books.

I agree with everything the other negative review states. Jet seemed very immature to me considering she's 28 and what she does near the end was very childish. I liked Eddie and couldn't really understand how he put up with her! I also felt it ended quite suddenly but as this is a series of books and the characters continue to appear in the other books perhaps we catch up with this couple in those but I would have liked a more complete ending and there is no epilogue.
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