Saturday, 27 September 2014

REVIEW - Reforming the Rock Star by Christine Bell

The Book
Release Date: 29 September 2014
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When Sydney Metcalf's bestie asks her to cater her wedding, Syd can't say no, even though the thought of going back to her hometown makes her break out in hives. She's off to a great start until best man and rock god Lazlo Stone calls with a request for her to cater the bachelor party too. Petit fours adorned with rose petals, she can handle. A cake shaped like boobs for the sexiest guy in the universe? She's not so sure. But this is the chance of a lifetime and she refuses to screw it up by being a prude...

When a sexy stripper dressed as a Plain Jane crashes the bachelor party, Laz is all about getting vertical and making some music with her. Too bad his stripper is really the caterer and the bride's best friend. After a kiss between them blazes out of control, he can't seem to stop thinking about sweet little Syd.

But everybody knows, life on the road and love don't mix... 

My Opinion  0 STARS
**Copy Provided by Netgalley and Entangled Publishing, LLC for an honest review**

We have a Rock god that is Lazlo Stone and a very insecure chef Sydney Metcalf.

I loved how Laz perceived Syd from the beginning and helped to make herself feel more secure in who she was.  The guy was nothing but honest from the beginning and the guys backed that up when they needed to.

Syd had many insecure feelings about herself, never thinking she was good enough for anyone in looks or anything, so to have the really good looking Laz after her did kinda confuse her when there are so many nice looking people out there.

A man who would give up everything for you?  A man to keep.  The epilogue was precious.

This did feel like it should have been part of a series, but its still good as a stand alone.

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