(Dangerous Noise #3)
Publication date: March 30th 2017
Genres: New Adult, Romance
I’m married to a rock star.
And I don’t even know his last name.
There’s a tall, tattooed man in my bed.
Not any tall, tattooed man.
He’s a rock star.
A sex god.
And now he’s my husband.
Last night, I married Joel.
It’s ridiculous. I’m a good girl. I don’t get into trouble. I don’t look twice at bad boys.
I can’t stay married to a rock star.
But there’s something about Joel. Not just the way his green eyes light up when he smiles, or the way he makes me laugh, or the way he makes me shake with pleasure–
I’m not sure I can walk away.
Bella Chase is a challenge.
With the tight bun and the cute cardigan, she’s as prim and proper as they come.
My only plan for the night is getting her under me, screaming my name.
Filling her with so much pleasure she begs me to stop.
I didn’t plan on marrying her.
But now that she’s my wife, I’m not about to let her go.
I have been a fan of Crystal Kaswell for awhile now. Her rocks stars are lovable and stick with you. Dangerous Rock, Joel and Bella’s story, was another good addition to the Kaswell rock star fold.
Joel and Bella meet at a club in Vegas, get drunk and get married. They are polar opposites but they kind of work. They have a week to decide if they stay married or divorce.
Kaswell’s writing is different than a lot of authors. Her style is choppy and in the moment. No long, drawn out inner monologues or declarations, just back and forth banter and brief glimpses in her characters’ minds. It works, but not for some. If it isn’t your favorite style, look beyond that to the story she is telling. With Joel and Bella we get a sweet opposites attract and bring the best out of each other romance. Don’t let the word sweet fool you though. There is plenty of steamy goodness, nearly every other chapter. We also get the whole will they/won’t they vibe in regards to their marriage and even their feelings for one another. The marriage question isn’t resolved until the the very end. I wanted to yell at Bella and Joel to just talk to each other.
My only real complaint was with Joel’s interaction with his band ages. They are kind of an odd bunch who have a long history but just don’t seem to mesh all that well. This is just my opinion though, so you may feel differently.
A good rock star romance with great characters and lots of heat!
Crystal Kaswell writes scorching hot new adult romance. When she isn’t writing, she is chain drinking tea, binge watching Law and Order, practicing yoga, or debating which fictional character would be the best in bed. She lives in Portland, OR with her husband.
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