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Rock Wedding (Rock Kiss Book 4) by [Singh, Nalini]
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Rock Wedding (Rock Kiss Book 4) Kindle Edition

4.6 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews
Book 4 of 4 in Rock Kiss (4 Book Series)

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2584 KB
  • Print Length: 248 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: TKA Distribution (19 July 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01HVRBW92
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #32,180 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I can’t express how excited I was when I heard that Abe and Sarah’s story was going to be a novel rather than the novella it was going to be. We hear throughout the rest of the series about Abe and Sarah but frankly it was just snippets here and there – in Rock Wedding we finally get the back story and the present into future story. It follows on from Rock Redemption quite nicely and all the characters from the previous books are involved as usual.

It’s a typical contemporary romance book with a twist of a second chance romance. In the beginning we learn of how Abe and Sarah split up and it bothered me more than I thought it would – Abe let his addictions get the better of him and it turned him into a first class idiot, the things he said to Sarah were quite evil and generally uncalled for.

On the flip side Sarah gave off doormat vibes like no tomorrow. It appeared that she let Abe treat her like rubbish without trying to fight back and my original opinion of her was not high but I’m pleased to say it improved.

The beginning of the book held a lot of potentially controversial subjects, some of which were a tad upsetting but I feel they were integral to the plot and that without them the plot couldn’t have progressed how it did. The general plot of the story is your basic second chance romance – a previously married couple gets married again after a surprise and a prolonged courting. It was sweet in that their relationship literally started over again and it was nice to see the actual courtship of the couple rather than the bitter breakup and subsequent spiral out of control.
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Loved all the others in the Rock Kiss series, and I loved this one as well. Never stop writing Nalini.
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By Beanie Luck TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 24 July 2016
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Abe and Sarah's story was my least favourite out of everyones so far.

Sarah and Abe were once married, but Abe is both an alcoholic and a drug addict and treats Sarah like garbage. Tired of being abused Sarah leaves Abe and files for divorce.

Abe has only recently become sober, an ongoing daily battle, and decides he wants sarah back. At this point in the story i am not going to lie i was seriously peed off, because it was a bit too close to the mark for me as i was a victim of domestic abuse to an alcoholic who was emotionally and Psychologically abusive like Abe was to Sarah, and i just cannot believe the way the story turns out with her basically dropping her knickers the minute he turns up at her door.

After a week of not being able to read it, i picked it up and finished the story. You do get plenty of side arc action in this book and it seems a bit rushed as the author fights to cram everyones endings into one book and you end up with 3 weddings over the space of one chapter at the end.

I honestly didnt like this one, Abe and Sarah should not be together. The worst sentence in the book was when Sarah asks Abe if he is going to stay sober, and he replys, as long as i have you then i will be. Basing your sobriety on another person is dangerous ground and i was just talking away to my kindle saying what the hell are you doing you stupid cow, if she was my friend i honestly would of slapped her.

Bad ending to the series for me, but because of personal experience with the subject matter.
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This is a second chance romance about two people who loved each other very much but broke apart….

Sometimes you love so much that you get sucked in by everything about them and you don’t care about anything other than being with that person that’s how Sarah Smith felt when she first married Abe. Then slowly like anything shiny their relationship started rusting. With Sarah doing so much to try and make Abe give up the drugs. At the same time trying not to let the man he was becoming let her feelings/heart get hurt. It left her in a fragile state.

Abraham ‘Abe’ Bellamy on the other hand after losing his baby sister had been in slowly heading towards a rock bottom, his marriage to Sarah helped for some time but the allure of drugs and alcohol was just too much. He was an ass towards his wife especially near their end of their marriage and divorce. When he finally wakes up, gets help and is getting better…it’s a little too late in terms of his relationship with his wife.

The book starts off the with the end of Sarah and Abe’s marriage and it is heart breaking seeing someone so in love feeling lonely and trying so hard to make it work. Then it’s a couple of years later when the book picks up again.

Sarah is very different now to the person she was when she married Abe. She had been young and very insecure not only about herself, her self worth but also about her relationship with Abe and his family. She had so much love to give and she was lonely. Now she has her own business, she’s more confident and even though she is dealing with grief she is a lot more comfortable being herself then she was before.

Abe too is in a better place now, he’s clean and sober for one.
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