Book Review Rock Chick by Kristen Ashley

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Title: Rock Chick
Author: Kristen Ashley
Publication Date: December 1st, 2008
Shelves: Contemporary; Romance; Sports
Format: Kindle (412 pages)
Rating: 9/10

To my shame, I avoided for a while the Rock Chick Series, because I really believed it was with rock stars. Every time I wanted to start it, I was not in the mood for them, so I postponed. I did not even check, because I knew all the books of Kristen Ashley’s were on my reading list. Well, I was wrong, and that I see now what I’ve missed. Along the years I have read some books here and there, but now I’m starting a thorough check on the journey of all her books. She advised us to read them in a proper order as she wrote them, because everything has a place. For a full journey I am going to do that and document it. I need to re-read most of them, but I will present that epic reading order with character details.
India Savage! Now this is a badass woman. She’s a cop daughter and all the Police Department knows her, either for only family ties, or for all the troubles she’s caused. Along with Ally Nightingale, they were the Bonnie & Clyde of trouble, without much illegal. She has been in love of Liam “Lee” Nightingale since she was 5 and he held her hand at her mother’s memorial service. At 20 she finally stopped thouing herself at him, because she told him he sees her as his little sister.
The story we see now is after 10 years of ignoring Lee and currently a bad situation on Indy’s doors. She runs for the help of Ally, because she cannot involve the police family, and needs a safe house until morning. But she finds herself in Lee’s condo where Lee finally lays down the cards and starts pursuing her.

“I haven’t been avoiding you,”
“You’re lying. The last time we were both at dinner, you got up in the middle of Mom’s fajita presentation and said you forgot to feed your cat.”
Uh-oh.
“So?”
“You don’t have a cat.”

I feel like I’m reading a trilogy in one book. When you have a sense that the story might be over, everyone happy, it keeps on going strong.

So much funny things happened around Indy, that was hilarious. Everyone knows she’s a force to be reckoned with, and she delivers every single time. Let me tell you that if Lee says India is a lot to deal with, he is right. She’s stubborn, too vocal, ballsy and trouble follows her everywhere. And she never listens when somebody tells her something.

“Do you always wear underwear like this, or is it for me?”
I rolled to my back and pulled the sheet to my waist.
“It isn’t for you, I’ve been wearing underwear like this since Gram gave me my first Frederick’s of Hollywood box on my sixteenth birthday. Now, I owe Victoria’s Secret my first-born child.”
Before speaking again, Lee waited several seconds that can only be described as ‘loaded silence’. While this silence was going on, he pulled the sheet back down.
“You’re tellin’ me that since you were sixteen you’ve been sittin’ next to me every year at Christmas Dinner wearin’ underwear like this?”

I love the world of Kristen Ashley, even though I felt a little overwhelmed because there are too many characters, too many names. I had to pause a second now and then to remember who that was.


0.5 Rock Chick Reawakening

BOOK 8 Rock Chick Revolution

BOOK 8.5 Rock Chick Redux

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BOOK 9 Rock Chick Reborn

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