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The Rocker #2

The Rocker That Savors Me

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Layla has had a hard life. On her own at a young age, always having to do what needed to be done just to survive. Now she has two other people depending on her and she needs a job fast before they get evicted. A job interview introduces her to Jesse Thornton, the delicious drummer for Demon’s Wings. He reminds her of all the mistakes of her past, but is also her hope for the future.

Jesse has never let anyone in. The only real family he has ever had are his band brothers and Emmie—the only woman he has ever loved. But then Layla comes into his life and he would do just about anything to get one taste. Can he move past his own insecurities and allow this woman into his heart?

319 pages, Kindle Edition

First published April 28, 2013

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Terri Anne Browning

104 books3,891 followers

Terri Anne Browning is a USA TODAY bestselling author.
Being dyslexic, she never thought a career in writing would be possible, yet she has been on bestselling lists multiple times since 2013. Reese: A Safe Haven Novella was her first Indie published book. The Rocker Who Holds Me changed the tables and kicked off The Rocker... series featuring the sinfully delicious members of Demon's Wings. The Rocker... Series is now complete with 12 books and the occasional novella. Other books by Terri Anne include the Angel's Halo MC Series, as well as The Lucy & Harris Novella Series, The Vitucci Mafiosos Series, and The Tainted Knights Rocker Series.

Terri Anne lives in Virginia with her husband, their three demons---err, children--and a hyper Frenchie named Grunt.

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3,915 reviews33k followers
August 27, 2016
4 stars!

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After finishing the first ‘The Rocker’ book, I was more than ready to read book 2. Jesse was my favorite band member and favorite character in the book, so I was anxious to listen to his story. Jesse Thorton is the drummer of Demon Wings. He has his band members, and his best friend, Emmie in his life. That’s it. They are the only people he’s ever loved and he’s not sure if that will ever change.

Layla’s life has not been easy, but getting the job as the live-in housekeeper for Demon’s Wings may just be her big break. Layla has two younger sisters, 6 year old Lucy and 17 year old Lana she has custody of. They are her life and they depend on her. She’s determined to keep this job and stay away from the rock stars who are nothing but trouble to her.

As hard as she tries, Layla can’t seem to stay away from Jesse. As she says, bald guys are her kryptonite. Hello there, insta-love. Jesse and Layla really hit it off fast. The love comes quick for these two which sort of surprised me because of their pasts and situations. But it’s a rock-star book, and that sometimes happens so I was okay with it.

Jesse didn’t disappoint in this book. I adored him just as much as I did in the first book. Layla was also a great heroine. She had moments that she frustrated me, but overall I liked her as well. With this whole Drake and Lana thing going on, I can’t wait to get to their book! I’m on it next!!!
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1,269 reviews125 followers
November 12, 2013
**Review contains spoilers**
2/12 stars,This book started great but quickly went down hill till the bitter end. Layla had a bad life she was kicked out at sixteen and for the past two years has raised her two sisters. Hoping for a permanent cleaning job Layla goes to Emmie and the boys house and quickly gets the job. When she see's Jesse the first time she can't deny her attraction but wants nothing to do with rockers. As Layla starts spending more time getting to know the house full of rockers and Emmie she quickly become friends with them all and finds herself wanting more from Jesse. Jesse has wanted Layla since he first heard her laugh and he has made it clear to all he wants her, but the more time they spend together the more his feelings grow into something he's never experienced before.

When Layla and Jesse begin to date they quickly fall in love till someone from Layla's past makes Jesse doubt them and now Layla will have to decide if she can forgive and move on with or without Jesse. So this book started good BUT it quickly became a Emmie(the h from book one) love fest. I loved Emmie in book one and wished it was longer because I liked the book so much but I don't really like her after this book. I was so sick of hearing about her, you would have thought she was the heroine again: everyone loved her, everyone thought she was perfect, everyone had to run everything by her, She was the deciding factor of pretty much every thing, she was fragile, she got upset, would she be ok with this and that it went on an on through the ENTIRE book. Oh my gosh* bang my head against the wall *baah. She was in the book as much as the Layla.

Jesse even has a tattoo of Emmie's name over his heart but he never gets one of the h? *more banging of my head against the poor wall*. This book could have been so much better it had so much potential, when I felt like this book was finally going somewhere it fell flat. Jesse finally says at the end of the book that he loves Layla more than Emmie but he follows it up with how he wanted someone like Emmie. I was sick of Emmie about 50% then I just started getting more and more irritated. I know tons of people liked it but when I was done with it I was just glad to be done and thats so far from how I felt after reading book one. I still liked the writting style and read through this book very quickly but was disappointed, I thought I would have another book that I loved when I started this book and ended up just wanting to be done.
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1,862 reviews30.1k followers
December 6, 2014
Re-read: 12/6/14 I liked this a lot better the second go around. One star more.


In a nutshell.


I thought everything moved WAY too fast in this one. For people who are so "emotionally scarred" and so reluctant to love and trust others (as the Demon Wings are their Ember are supposed to be), they sure accepted Layla and her entourage REAAAAAL fast. Like, not months or weeks too fast, but DAYS too fast.

Also, I WANTED to pay attention to the main story line, I really did. But Drake and Lana's sub plot was like chocolate cake to this fat kid. The whole time I was reading THIS story? I wanted to be reading THAT story.


Even Emmie and Nik held my attention more than Jesse and Layla, and I already READ their story.

So all in all, this was seriously blah-tastic.

But this fat kid needs that cake, so I will be reading the next one cause it's Drake and Lana's story.

*Fingers crossed*
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1,636 reviews140 followers
October 28, 2019
The Rocker Who Savors Me was the second book in Terri Anne Browning’s Rocker series.

We met Jessie Thornton previously as the gorgeous drummer in the Demon’s Wings rock band. He was one of the four band members that grew up in the small trailer park as a band of brothers who were now widely successful and still going strong. Having never had good role models, he wasn’t into relationships. Until he was blindsided by Layla.

Layla Daniels had a tough upbringing. She was kicked out at sixteen and later after her mother died gained custody of her younger sisters. Thanks to her mother, she was immune to rocker stars and had no interest in them or their lifestyle and learned to survive at a young age. She was beautiful, a hard worker, loyal and dedicated to her sisters.

I loved Jesse from the previous book. He was a total rock badass, but he had a soft spot that we witnessed with Emmy that carried over into this book as well. I also loved how Browning included all of the characters from the series and continued to develop each one. Although the Rocker Who Savors Me focused on Jesse and Layla, secrets were continued to be revealed for future storylines.

I thoroughly enjoyed the storyline, but there were numerous editing errors that were too frequent not to be distracting. Otherwise, it was a fast read, entertaining and enjoyable. Drake and his demons are up next in The Rocker That Needs Me.
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2,990 reviews689 followers
June 24, 2019
Its around 2 in the morning when i am done with this book. Among the other books in the series, i like jessi story the less. Yes i know it is very super cheesy, but i feel there is no serious character development for jessi and layla.

And the obsession about jessi towards emmy is disturbing. I feel like he wants to have have threesome or something. Cringe!

I do not understand jessi. He is a very confusing. He supposes to be this over protective bear. But i think he is twisted on his mind with his obsession with emmy.

3 stars
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490 reviews59 followers
May 11, 2013
I have a serious passion for the predecessor to this book, "The Rocker That Holds Me" (READ IT NOW HOPELESS ROMANTICS). I mean I re-read it all the time. I am in love with with all the boys in the band (but mostly Drake, always Drake). What I'm saying is that while I was trying to keep my expectations for the next book low, I secretly harbored the highest expectations of all time.

And they were met. They were exceeded (DRAKE). I am utterly stoked.

This is Jesse's story, and it is a sweet, steamy, all-consuming romance. It is perfect. Layla is perfect for Jesse and for Emmie. In fact, Layla's entrance into the Demon Wings family is very moving in unexpected ways.

I really didn't expect this book to include as much of Emmie & Nik's pregnancy as it did. Hell, I didn't even expect it to include as much Drake as it did. The continuation of the storyline and expansion of character development is awesome and has me jones'ing for the next book in the series like a fiend. Especially with the cryptic comment in the epilogue about Layla's sister, and its effect on Drake (if you haven't realized yet, I am obsessed with Drake).

OH and I loved the trailer park prologue which mirrors the beginning of Emmie's story. I hope the author continues with that as the series progresses.
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1,378 reviews159 followers
August 13, 2017
Otro 2,5. Si del primero de esta serie me quejaba por su brevedad, de este lo hago por su extension, pues le sobran páginas y algún que otro WTF. El mundo es un pañuelo, pero no tanto.
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2,156 reviews45 followers
December 28, 2015
Great characters

2nd book in the series and all characters are still very much a part of this although it focuses on Jessie and his love life.

Loved Nik and Emmies story from the previous book.
Now Emmie is pregnant and hires a house keeper this is how Layla comes into this family of rockers who all live together.

Their a unit all have a strong bond together and although now famous there was a time were they looked out for each other and this is a habit they don't intend to break and it shows with the love for each other.

A story of rock stars but no rock and roll in this just a sweet story of insta love.

Layla has the care of her two sisters and they all live together, when Layla gets the job as housekeeper they all move into the guest house. I liked Layla her character is loving, caring, worked hard to care for her sisters but no pushover.

Jessie 's attraction to Laya was instant.

It was a sweet story, you still get to still follow the lives of the guys and Emmie and it's a great series to follow.
821 reviews2 followers
May 25, 2013
I found this book to be rather frustrating. It had random typos and was a bit over dramatic. At times I felt like the author liked using exclamation points a bit too much. Between the typos, the excess of exclamation points, and unrealistic melodrama, it came across as if a teenager had written it.
The main character, Layla, seemed to to have an inconsistent personality. At the beginning of the book, she seemed like she was going to be one of those characters that who are stubbornly independent and overprotective of her sisters. For the rest of the book, these themes were only slightly kept up; she would simply have a passing thought of refusing help or money, but then it would disappear within the next second. I would have liked to see her stick to her guns more than she did.
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2,099 reviews253 followers
February 21, 2021
Emmie Show

Book 2 and follow up to rocker that holds me (which was the story of 4 grown men and their weird relationship with Emmie the girl they helped raise and is the freaky sun in their universe)

This book started better than book 1, but quickly went down hill from there. Layla had a hard life, she was kicked out at sixteen and for the past two years has raised her two sisters. Desperate and close to being evicted, she interviews for a permanent cleaning job where Layla meets Emmie. When she see's Jesse the first time it's insta love for both, but she has a hang up with dating rockers.

Layla started out as tough, and I was hopeful after finishing the previous book with everyone kissing the emotional and needy Emmie's ass, that I was in for a change. Her sisters quickly became involved and accepted within the rockers family.

Unfortunately all the reasons for me HATING the last book slowly creeped in with the "Emmie effect" Layla along with everyone else began to coddle the emotional retarded female, and I found it hard to like characters that were so obnoxious.

So much of the book started revolving around Emmie and her latest meltdown, and Layla, the tough chick from the beginning of the book started acting just as enabling as the wuss known as Jesse. Here are just a few examples. FYI- These have nothing do with Jesse and Layla so no spoilers regarding their story.

1. When hearing that she needs a C-section (SOMETHING 1 in 3 PREGNANCIES RESULT IN!!!!) She is a sobbing hysterical mess that requires Nik to race home to get to poor Emmie's side.
"The front door opened and slammed shut. I figured Nik broke every traffic law...Baby?" …"He fell on his knees in front of her, his hair looking crazy, his face pale, and his eyes blood shot." UGH

2. When the doctor hinted that Emmie needed to rest more and take it easy, everyone circles around poor Emmie and Nik is once again notified. "The front door slammed shut and footsteps came running up the stairs. Seconds later, Nik appeared in the doorway, his face pale and his unique blue eyes looking wild. Em' he croaked out" UGH UGH

3. And this gem when Jesse is notified that Emmie is in labor (something that occurs in every pregnancy) "Tears were already pooling in my eyes....tell Emmie....Tell her....I couldn't get the words out" then notifying Nik..... "I swallowed hard, trying not to cry. "Her water broke" WTF.....drama much?? When they FINALLY arrive at the hospital and they rush to her room. "She looked pale, her big green eyes standing out in her pretty face. Nik held her whispering to her, and they were both shaking. This was scary. Terrifying??…."It scared me to see her like this."...."When the nurse wheeled Emmie away, it nearly brought me to my knees to see the tears fall from Jesse's eyes"

It is ridiculous how much "all that is Emmie" takes up in this book about Jesse and Layla. It literally ruined the book for me. There was SO MUCH not needed fabricated drama that added nothing to the story. Literally Emmie is sobbing, crying, crawling in his lap, talking to him naked or bitching or pouting about something every few pages. The only reason I finished this book was because I already purchased the next book in the series.
254 reviews396 followers
May 6, 2013
Oh it just gets better....

I love this series. Love all the boys. LOVED that it was longer this time!
I just love Terri Anne Browning....

I need Lana and Drake! Soo bad......

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1,342 reviews668 followers
June 6, 2016
The Rocker Who Savors Me by Terri Anne Browning
Interconnected standalone.
I went immediately from The Rocker Who Holds Me to The Rocker Who Savors Me , so when the same narrator was a different character, it threw me a bit, but I quickly got over it. I mean I loved Jesse in the first book, so I couldn't wait for his story.

Layla has had it rough, she is all alone, raising her 2 sisters. Emmie is very pregnant, and realizes she can't take care of the whole band and the huge house alone. so she reaches out to hire a housekeeper. Well, finding a housekeeper who can deal with a vulgar rock band isn't so easy, but luckily Layla showed up right in time. And she is perfect. She is young, cool, and even a fan (but not overly fangirl) of Demon's Wings. Em offers her a whole guest house to share with her two sisters. What could be more perfect?

The minute Jesse sees her, he is done for. Em made sure to tell him that Layla is off limits, but Layla got sucked in to the drummer's charm too quickly and was gone for just as quickly.
“Please, don't fuck the housekeeper. I like her and if you do something that makes her quit, I will break your favorite drum sticks.” 

I really loved Layla. She was cool, fun and didn't seem badly damaged even with a rough background and having to raise her sisters. She is a great mom to them, and became a great friend to Emmie. I loved the chick bonding the best! Haha, seriously, the friendship forming was really nice to watch, you always see "the crazy best friend" but rarely do you see a friendship grow from scratch in a book, and I enjoyed that. Emmie has never had a female friend and her closeness with the guys is a little over the top so I liked her having a friend that isn't 'her guy'.

But the story was split. Emmie was still the center of attention in another woman's book. I mean Em was by far the number one girl in Jesse's life. The relationships she has with the band is still mildly creepy to me. They are all in love with her it seems, and she refers to them all as "My Guys" ALL THE TIME. So it still felt like Emmie's book.

Then we have another side story with Lana, Layla's 17 year old sister and Drake who is around 30. He is a miserable, closed off person, except when he's around Layla, she is like a magic balm to him. I really want to read their story, but felt it took away from the main romance as well.

•I really like all the characters.
•Lots of sexy.
•The twist.
•Feel good story filled with an unconventional family.


•Too much focus on the side characters' stories.
•Emmie is still the center of attention and I got tired of "My guys".
•Layla seemed strong and feisty at the beginning, but turned out to be a little more sweet and compliant than I expected.

I really like the narrator, but thought it was a bit difficult that the same one does the whole series. If you listen consecutively the stories get very jumbled up and it is hard to change that voice in your head from one character to the next. I know this is common in series, but it's the first time I really noticed it that much.
The Down & Dirty:
I can see the author has matured in her writing and gotten better in this book, so I imagine the whole series will keep improving. I enjoyed all of the characters, but still feel like everyone is still a bit too stuck on Emmie, she still seemed to be the heroine of this book instead of Layla. Also, I am dying to read about Lana and Drake, but felt their story took up a little too much of this one and found my focus split. I would like to eventually continue the series, but since the next has the same narrator, I will give it a break to avoid confusion.

Rating: 3.75-4 stars (rounded up to 4), 4 Heat, 4 Narration



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Profile Image for Big Joe  Rossi.
1,756 reviews50 followers
February 28, 2021
Layla was thrown out of her home as a teen, has struggled to care for herself, and now with her mom's death, she struggles to care for the two most important people in her life, her two sisters. When she interviews for a job that seems too good to be true, and gets it, her life is about to change in ways she never expects. Working for a rock band and their 'manager/caretaker' who is also dating one of said band, she meets Jesse.

Jesse's past has made him isolate himself from any and everyone, except his brother, his band brothers and Emmie. After meeting Layla and his sisters, that changes. She draws him to her, not by anything but being herself.

Both are attracted to the other, but her past with her mother, makes her swear of the rock star type of men, Jesse's past haunts him and is a real threat to any future happiness if he can't get through it.

Both leads are strongly written with of course amazing background characters. The story is good, the twist a little weird but well done. You can't help rooting for these two.
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1,642 reviews121 followers
April 13, 2016
Soy de esas que les cuesta un monton quitar estrellas a los libros pero es que...
Asi como con el primero me ha dado muchisima rabia que tuviera tan poquitas paginas creo que a este le sobraban por lo que hubiera preferido quedarme con ganas de mas que de menos. El problema vino hacia la mitad mas o menos de la historia cuando la autora quiso hacer bulto o relleno, llamalo como quieras, y la hizo un poco pesada. Empezó a alargar momentos y oh dios tengo que decirlo ¡ODIO MUCHISIMO QUE CUENTEN PARTES DE LA HISTORIA DEL SIGUIENTE LIBRO MIENTRAS CUENTAN LA ACTUAL! Simplemente lo odio, me hace poner de mala leche porque jolines quiero centarme en estos personajes y su historia DEJAME EN PAZ!!! jajajajaj A partir de ahi ya casi en los ultimos capitulos la historia remontó pero sigo cabreada por los super spoilers que hacen jajajaj
Profile Image for Holly.
1,670 reviews86 followers
December 31, 2014
A friend recommended this series to me. She said the first book was a trainwreck but the 2nd was worth reading. She's in my trust circle so I took her at her word. Sadly this time we disagree. Browning's writing leaves a lot to be desired. The editing issues were enough to drive me batty. That aside, the quickness of the romance coupled with the secondary plot featuring the heroine's 17yo sister and a tortured, messed up 30yo drummer really killed the story.

At first I was morbidly fascinated with the story, but as it wore on I became frustrated, then bored. I liked the concept but it failed in execution.

Course I do want to read the book about the 17yo sister...just to see how bad it really is. Don't judge me!
Profile Image for Lu Bielefeld .
4,106 reviews475 followers
September 30, 2018
Reread 2018:
O Coração do Roqueiro - portuguese edition

É uma história que não sobrevive á uma segunda leitura. Achei tão sem graça. A tradução também ficou mais ou menos.
Tenho pavor quando o autor começa a se referir aos personagens assim... o roqueiro isso, o roqueiro aquilo... meh!

Read 2014:
História um pouco melhor que a anterior.
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1,453 reviews2 followers
May 26, 2013
I am so happy with the author!!!!!! What I wished for after book one was delivered in book two!! I am so happy with the direction the author took with this book. Not too mention it was so nice to read a series that wasn't dedicated to just one story!! I loved the multiple storylines!! I want the next in the series now!!!
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1,494 reviews90 followers
February 10, 2021
a sexy rocker read Where Jesse And Layla at up the pages, i felt it was a little bit too insta love and any hurdles where overcome pretty quickly, but i do love the Authors characters.

This book was a middle ground kind of book... Tying up Emmie and Nicks Pregnancy while pre empting us for Lana and Drake so there wasn't really a book of focus on the main couple and their story.

Still i enjoyed it alot, cant wait for next read!
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229 reviews12 followers
August 2, 2017
definitely liked the first book more although my like for emmie has gone down a bunch!
i could hardly stand her in this, this book was supposed to be about the H and the h but it seemed to be all about emmie.

another thing i noticed was the author's need to put in a million exclamation marks. it was annoying.
Profile Image for Jennifer.
482 reviews
May 18, 2013
One of the things I liked most about this book is that it was longer than the first one. After reading about Emmie and Nick in the first book I felt cheated. I wanted it to be longer because the characters and story line was so interesting. This second book focused on Jesse but Emmie, Nick, Drake, and Shane were all still prevalent to the story. I'm drawn in to the unbreakable connection these characters have to each other. The loyalty and fierce love they own just makes me want to be a part of their lives. The female leads in both stories are strong, bada** women who are protective of their families. They love wholeheartedly. I fell for Drake in this book. It was essentially Jesse and Layla's story but Drake had the secondary story. He has some dark memories from his past that have not been revealed but if the pasts of the other characters is anything to go by it isn't pretty. He is drawn to Layla's sister Lana. She seems to be the salve for his wounded heart. I want to see Drake happy so I am hoping for his story next. This series has captured my attention and my heart. I love the characters. The storylines are fantastic. I love the way they are handled showing how hurts from the past linger long after time has passed. Each character deals in their own way and some find the person that makes them whole. The person who loves them scars and all. This truly is a worthwhile read. I will be back for more.
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1,772 reviews403 followers
July 8, 2013
07/07/2013 --

Overall Rating = 4 Stars
Book Cover/Book Blurb/Book Title = 4 / 3 / 2 = 3 Stars
Writer’s Voice = 3.5 Stars
Character Development = 4.5 Stars
Story Appreciation = 4 Stars
Worth the Chili = 5 Stars [$3.99 on Amazon]

This was the second in the series. My comments for this "book" will be woven into the review for the third book in the series. Just a rating right now...

I will say one thing: I'd be interested in the English language strength of the author. There was an overuse of the word "of" rather than contractions. There were some really strange sentence structure. It came off as talking to someone who does not have English as their primary or first language. It was annoying at times. One of the books dedications is to an editor. Either the author didn't listen to the editor or the editor needs an editor. I enjoyed the story enough I'm not going to allow this to overshadow my score, but I know many who will. This same issue was in the the opening novella and in the third book I'm reading now. Too bad really.

Happy Reading!
Profile Image for Sofia Lazaridou.
2,734 reviews137 followers
May 2, 2013
Terri Anne Browning is a Goddess. She wrote a sequel to the rocker that holds me! How awesome is that? So here I am, writing a review for it. I love the series and the characters. Once again these rockers proved that they are sweet and soo not you picture when you hear about rock stars (sex, drugs etc.). I like the bond the band has with Emmie and I was a little worried what would happen when Layla entered their lives. Turns out that I shouldn't be because everyone loved Layla, Lana and Lucy. Layla is easy to like, Lana is the perfect person for Drake the one who is going to help/save him and Lucy reminds them of Emmie when she was young but in a happier version. I like to thing that Lana is the one for Drake because she changed him. He stopped drinking. They are good together but after reading the epilogue in this book I have no idea what and when will happen with them.
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147 reviews19 followers
May 6, 2013
What did u think? ..... Again ..... (Soooo added to my "Favorites" shelf)

Loooove! Loooove! Loooove! This. Series! Sooooooo glad the kids went back to school today so i could read these without any interruptions, could not put it down, did i say I. Loved. It! 5 Huge. Shiney. Well Deserved. Stars! Thank You Sooooooo Much Kat for recommending this series ... Can. Not. Wait! for #3 'The Rocker That Needs Me'

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751 reviews12 followers
May 2, 2013
A well written contemporary story for Adult/New Adult. Great chemistry between characters and the characters have depth and sometimes volatile emotions. I am loving this series, each couple completes their own tale - no cliff-hangers. Must say that there were some spelling and grammar issues but not enough to distract from the overall enjoyment.
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592 reviews8 followers
November 14, 2015
Very good, but I kept wondering about Drake's story which was hinted on in this book. This book, albeit great, kept me looking forward to the next book and Drake's story. ❤
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273 reviews20 followers
August 18, 2017
The secundary characters were more interesting than the main ones.
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220 reviews36 followers
May 31, 2020
I'm reading the second book in in the series long after I've read the first one.I don't know why i didn't read it sooner.After I finished this on I re read the first one again.Their world is very addicting.
Jesse is the drummer of the band Demons wings, he has never been close to any woman to feel anything for her until Layla. Jesse only had Emerie in his life and now she has found her other half and it was his turn.
Layla is not a stranger to this world she is the daughter of a rocker which is why she doesn't want anything to do with the rocker lifestyle.She is confident and tough.which made me like her very much.
Their attraction was instant but they had do face their own drama.
I really enjoyed the book even with the predictable plot.
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