Front Man Leo Nash from the world-famous rock band, Nash, is the last person on earth Samantha Williams would trust.
She's already learned about loving a celebrity the hard way and isn't signing up for another lesson. Every time Sam gives Leo attitude, he wants to knock that chip off her fragile little shoulder. What the hell did he ever do to her, anyway? He's not used to women treating him like he's poisonous, and he isn't about to let her run away every time he gets close.
He's had enough of people running away to last him a lifetime...when this one runs, he gives chase. But, catching Sam isn't as hard as he thought. The sexual attraction between them is so thick, Sam can practically hold it in her hand. There's no way she can deny herself the promise of pleasure being with Leo would provide. But, pleasure always comes with pain and when secrets are revealed and trust is challenged, who will run and who will chase?
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I loved the previous books in this series however the sex scenes are always so repetitive but this book is far worse Sam just kept repeating herself, as an example I want to lick your stars (tattoos) over and over again during the book. I have never known a family gathering (which is the basis of the series,) where the female characters talk about wanting orgasms ( "I want orgasms.) and talk to each other about "dick piercing" and so on. When I got to the bit where she was licking his scrotum I just had to fast forward. I enjoy sex scenes but with some variation not just repeating the same words over and over usually as soon as they arrived home her panties were wet as soon as he looked at her. Halfway thru this book I just fast forwarded all the sex scenes as they were so boring and had heard it all before. Would have loved more story or variation on the sex scenes this author is good a pity she just seemed to fill the book up repeating the same old thing. The other theme that seems strange as all the males are so jealous of the partner virtually after one meeting. I will try one more of her books probably in the hope her imagination has improved a bit.
"It was so hot, but sweet at the same time."
First, It will be a more beneficial if you complete the series in order. Rock With Me is the 4th book in 'With Me in Seattle' series. This story is about Leo Nash, front man of the world famous rock group named Nash, and Samantha Williams, Luke's sister. Leo Nash has made it big in the music industry. He has it all so it seems. When he decides to go back to Seattle to see his long time "sister", Meg, he meets Samantha Williams. Leo is quickly intrigued by this sarcastic, gorgeous and witchy woman. Samantha is no stranger to the lives of the rich and famous. After all, her brother is Luke Williams. She has been terribly hurt in the past by the price of fame which has made her standoffish and unapproachable. She doesn't show many people that under her tough exterior lies a compassion and caring woman who is simply scared to take any more chances on love. Meeting Leo Nash has all her red flags on high alert. But damn is he is not hard to stay away from. Leo was the perfect mixture of sexy, bad-ass and sweet. I absolutely loved how Leo saw past Sam's walls and saw something worth fighting for in her. As the barriers Sam has erected slowly begin to come down, we see how perfect they are for one another. We do learn that Leo was raised from foster to foster house, and has some major trust issues as well. But together, they overcome their past so they can have a future they both crave, and deserve. The author again provided us with a book full of hot and steamy scenes as well as a tender and heart-felt romance. The romance between Leo & Sam was simply heart-fluttering. It was nothing over the top....just perfect.
"My favorite story in the series."
I liked the characters. They were edgy and still managed to retain that aspect of their character despite the romance.
I like how the author lets the characters somewhat determine what shape their happy ending takes. Often in this kind of book it is always a wedding and 2.5 kids. It was for some of the other books in the series, but these two don't fit that mold and she didn't squeeze them into it. I also like the way she writes a musician. When the story is told from his perspective he notices sounds and nuances that would appeal to a musician and an artist. She doesn't just rewrite the same character over and over but with different hair and career. They really are individuals. I enjoy that.
Yes! Sadly I had to sleep at some point..
"Needs a new cover"
I feel bad saying this but the photo on the cover of this book is a real turn off to me! It affected the way I pictured Leo and Sam in a bad way. I'm also not that into all the tattoos and piercings that are so prevalent in this series. The female narrator made Leo's voice sound like a dimwitted surfer dude, not great.
"Hot Hot Hot"
I really enjoyed this book. The interaction between Leo and Sam kept me on my toes and I never felt like the storyline stalled. I started this author with Safe with Me and I was hesitant to get another in this series as I didn't fall in love with Caleb & Brinna's story. I defiantly loved this story and was entertained beginning to end. My only complaint is this book ends abruptly. There are epilogues in the other books that help you see what's in store for the characters but not this book; it just ends.
"Rock Star Melts Heart of Ice Princess"
I loved the development of the relationship between Leo and Meg and how that plays into the people they are today.
I really like how the characters relate to each other throughout the series. And you get a love story between Leo and Sam and the ways they interact with their extended family.
Good female voices
I wanted to listen to the book in its entirety in one sitting.
"Star Licking? Oh yes Please !!"
I also want to Lick Those Stars on Leo......... What a Hot ,Sexy Tattooed Rocker he is. Kristen Proby doesn’t disappoint with another great look into the lives of the fabulous Montgomerys and their extended families. This is a dynamite series........ :) Ms. Proby not only tells us the fabulous story of Rock Star Leo Nash and Samantha Williams (a Montgomery in-law) but she continues to develop the stories of previous characters in the series as well as bringing you closer to the characters yet to have their stories unfold. I loved how Leo and Samantha's story didn't have any big drama's in it. That was a nice change to have a true love story with-out any huge breakup's or other massive upsets. I'm finding every book in this series brings me yet another fulfilling Story that i can re-listen to and reminisce about when ever I fancy. It's a definitely keeper :))
"ROCK WITH ME... HELL YEAH ANYTIME"
This book caught my attention so I downloaded it without listening to the previous books in the series - stupid yes, however and despite this, I found it really enjoyable, nevertheless I'm sure it definitely would have been an even better and more fulfilling listen had I of started at book 1 first.
Samantha has been hurt and burnt by fame in the past so has built walls around her letting no-one in.... that is until sexy, tattooed lead singer Leo, who knows what he wants and it's Samantha, slowly dismantles her, and her walls, brick by brick. But it's a hard fight as she's stubborn and determined not to cave but his patience, determination and love are all the weapons he needs in the fight for her heart.
This was a touching, tender, sweet, funny, hot, frustrating but well-written story that's full of likeable characters that I intend to get more acquainted with as I go back in time and download all the previous books in the series. If you haven't yet listened to any in the series then please learn from my mistake of being too eager and begin this great series where it ought to have been started - at book 1.
Worth a credit? Errr that folks, if you haven't guessed it, is a bit fat YES but I need so many more hours in my day if I'm going to catch-up.
The male voices she does make the story almost unbearable. It's all the same with different characters.
"Performance is horrible"
I really do enjoy all the books in this series however the performance is awful. If Jennifer Mack wouldn't go out of character and just read I might be able to tolerate her voice. To make it worse you have to throw in a males voice which is even worse than hers. This totally ruins the series for me having these two different narrators.
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