Rock Fiction Coveting: I Want You To Want Me by Erika Kelly

Posted: September 23, 2016 in Rock Fiction Coveting
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Okay, WHO let this one slip through the cracks? We’ve done multiple posts about wanting to read the first in this series, You Really Got Me. Susan and Michelle have read books One and Three. So why no love for Number Two?

Let’s fix that right now.

Derek Valencia finally has the success he’s worked so hard for. His band is touring its debut album and great reviews are rolling in. But when pictures of him tossing naked groupies off a balcony go viral, it’s damage-control time. He’s assigned a “babysitter” whose sole job is to keep him out of trouble.

Violet Davis swore she’d never work in the music industry again, but being a minder for a rock star will earn her enough to pay off the mortgage on her wildflower farm. And for a girl brought up in the foster care system, owning her own home means more to her than anything.

Though at first the two bang heads, the rocker and the farm girl soon grow close and realize that they make sweet music together. But can a girl who craves the stability of life on a farm really make it work with a man whose life is spent on the road with his band?

This is the throwing-naked-groupies-off-balconies book and I haven’t given it its own time here at The Rock of Pages!

Really. If Susan wanted to fire me, she’s got a good reason to. A better than good reason.

So. What more do I need to say? Books One and Three have made it onto the Recommended List here at The Rock of Pages. This one has naked groupies being flung off balconies (take THAT, Led Zeppelin!).

I guess the only thing I need to say is that Michelle got to read the first book, and Susan read the third, so I get this one!


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