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4.5 Rock Chick Stars
What can I say? I'm a total Kristen Ashley groupie! No matter what Ms. Ashley writes, I'll automatically love. She is the queen of alpha male characters. There isn't one hero that I do not love from this author.
We've meet the vivacious Daisy from previous Rock Chick books. She's the southern woman who has so much character, hair, boobs and charm! But her life was never perfect. It was far from it. But that's until she meet the mysterious Marcus Sloane. A well-respected business man, who may or may not be into some shady work, but nonetheless, he's the perfect gentleman. Especially when it comes to what he wants. And that's Daisy.
Daisy is overcoming a terrible event and the only person who wants to care for her is Marcus. But Daisy never had anyone fuss over her well-being and not sure how to handle all the love that Marcus shows her. I seriously need a Marcus Sloane for myself!
Rock Chick Reawakening has all the feels of a Rock Chick book, along with the Hot Bunch. This book is filled with some heartache, lots of romance and pure alpha-male from Marcus. And that epilogue...I couldn't love it anymore!
Her face was stunning. Wide smile. White teeth and a good deal of them. Big eyes. Elegant nose. Soft cheekbones. All of this she highlighted with the expert use of makeup from what was clearly a gift of superior genes into something that shone like a Hollywood starlet.
A starlet of a stripper who looked a good deal like Dolly Parton, who also likely got home the night before, earliest, three in the morning, and was right then, only hours later, back on the stage helping another girl by teaching her some moves.
“Marcus, brother,” Smithie’s voice came at him. “You got a problem with the way I do business, and I give you reason to have that problem, then we have a talk. I don’t give you that reason, we don’t have conversations like this one. That’s our deal.”
Marcus listened to him while he watched Daisy talking to the other girl and then she ran across the stage, doing it gracefully in platform sandals, her stone-washed jeans tight on her ass and hips and all the way down her legs. Still, after she ran the four steps, she launched herself high, grabbing on to the pole at least three feet higher than she was, her body swinging around by just her hands.
When the swing ended, she climbed up the pole, hand over hand. Doing this quickly, taking herself up another four feet, she flipped her bottom half over, wrapping her skinny legs around the pole. She dropped back, her hair flowing down, and with her only hold on the pole being her legs, she arched her back and slid down slowly, somehow circling the pole as she did it.
She ended this doing a layout with her hands on the floor, her legs in slow and controlled movements coming over her head one after the other. Her hands pushing off, she was up.
Standing straight with perfect posture.
About the Author
Kristen grew up in Brownsburg, Indiana and has lived in Denver, Colorado and the West Country of England. Thus, she's blessed to have friends and family around the globe. Her family was (is) loopy (to say the least) but loopy is good when you want to write. They all lived together on a very small farm in a small farm town in the heartland. She grew up with Glenn Miller, The Everly Brothers, REO Speedwagon and Whitesnake (and the wardrobes that matched).
Needless to say, growing up in a house full of music, clothes and love was a good way to grow up.
And as she keeps growing, it keeps getting better.