November 27, 2017

Title: Once Upon A Rock Star
Authors: J.L. Berg, Kathy Coopmans, Molly McAdams, Erin Noelle, Jessica Prince, Yessi Smith, Rachel Van Dyken, Jennifer Van Wyk & Kristin Vayden
Genre: Rock Star Romance

Rockstar: a deliciously addictive person, who doesn’t follow the rules and is devoted to a life full of mayhem, sex and danger.
Some men aren’t meant to be tamed. Or so they think.

In this collection of short stories from 9 authors, you’ll laugh, cry, and watch the pages heat up while you find your happily ever after between the sultry pages of these sinfully sweet tales of rock stars and the only one who can bring them to their knees.

All proceeds from this anthology will go directly to G-Pact, a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting patients and their families affected by Gastroparesis.

Contributing authors include J.L. Berg, Kathy Coopmans, Molly McAdams, Erin Noelle, Jessica Prince, Yessi Smith, Rachel Van Dyken, Jennifer Van Wyk & Kristin Vayden.

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The Realtor and the Rock Star by J.L. Berg: Finally making it big in the music industry means only one thing for Kennedy Kade — a coastal dream come true. Hell bent on finding the Malibu home of her dreams, she hired top realtor to the stars, Ryan Rhodes. He’s arrogant, hot as sin and has Kennedy wondering just what she’s gotten herself into. A rockstar and a realtor? Crazier things have happened!

 

The Right Direction by Kathy Coopmans: “Our someday will come soon, Joslyn.” Those words were the last words I heard from Roman Nixon before I walked away. After years apart, our opposite worlds collide. This time, we may get our someday. But first, we have to find a way to steer us in the right direction.

 

Rebel by Molly McAdams: The rock star who frequented my dreams and haunted my sheets.
The boy who vowed to be my forever.
The man who shattered my world.
I hated him.

 

Rocking the Racer by Erin Noelle: A second chance encounter between rock star Ashlynn Templeton and F1 driver Milan Barcelo leads to sparks flying even hotter than their first rendezvous, this time racing the clock and the chance of getting caught.

5 out of 5 stars
Holy fucking hotness! That was one sexy as sin ride. I have only read a few books by Erin but after this I need to add more to my list. Especially the series that has these characters.

 

Play Me by Jessica Prince: I was the responsible one, the care taker, the girl who made all the right decisions. Until I met Maddox Sheppard. Now he’s turned my world upside down, and I’m loving every minute of it.

 

What About Us? By Yessi Smith: We were a fleeting moment that passed too quickly.
A spark, a sizzle that faded with her.
When chance brings us back together, I’m set on showing her sometimes life does give us a fairy tale.

 

The Song by Rachel Van Dyken: Even rockstars have tender hearts–especially when it comes to building a family.

5 out of 5 stars
Awe! I loved this short story. I don’t want to get into it too much but I will say that if you are a fan of Rachel Van Dyken’s Seaside Pictures and Ruin series’ this is a must read. It’s cute, fun, and sexy. If you haven’t read the series’ or even anything by RVD then read it. It will give you a small glimpse to her wonderful writing and characters.

Kara's Review

5 out of 5 stars

I love all things Rachel Van Dyken. Especially the heroes I met when I first discovered her. Gabe and Wes are at the top of that list for me. The Song is the perfect glimpse into their lives and the lives of Zane and a few of my other favorite characters. Gabe and Saylor get more happily ever after and the family and loyalty just keep coming. Now we just need more WES!

 

To Feel Loved by Jennifer Van Wyk: One look at her and I knew one night wouldn’t be enough.
One look at him and I desperately wanted something I lost long ago… to feel loved.

Kara's Review

5 out of 5 stars

I’m a huge fan of Jennifer Van Wyk. Her writing is flawless, her characters so well developed and her stories top notch. I laugh, cry, swoon and cheer. To Feel Loved is a short story that packs a big punch. It definitely left me wanting way more Brandon and Savannah! If you’ve read Jennifer’s other books, A Better Place and From the Ground Up, you have met some of these characters. If you are new to Jennifer, go and get her books. You can thank me later! Brandon is Lauren and Josh’s son. He’s sexy, sweet and the lead singer in a band. He sees Savannah in the crowd with his sister and he can’t take his eyes off her. He knows just by looking at her that she’s different and he wants her. He’s never wanted another woman this way. And he doesn’t want just one night. Savannah feels the connection with Brandon as soon as they lock eyes. She’s drawn to him. As soon as they meet the sparks fly. Brandon isn’t going to let her go without a fight. Is love at first sight real? Will Brandon and Savannah give in and let love take them? I loved this story. Brandon is perfection and we better see him again!  It’s a short story, but it’s not rushed and it is full of heart!

 

“Okay then, why do you need to know me?

“Because my heart told me so.”

 

Cardinal Sins by Kristin Vayden: Cardinal has many sins.
Wrath: Because she stole what belonged to him.
Envy: For every other man that’s known her touch.
Greed: For wanting her back—against his better judgment.
But even the wicked can find redemption—and sometimes it starts with revenge.

J.L. Berg

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Molly McAdams

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Erin Noelle

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Jessica Prince

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Yessi Smith

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Kristin Vayden

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For more information on Gastroparesis and the non-profit that all of the proceeds from this anthology are going to visit G-Pact

 

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