Review: Mr. Rockstar by Erin M. Leaf

Mr. Rockstar by Erin M. Leaf
Release Date: October 3, 2013
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Pages: 133
Source: Book provided by the publisher for review

 

 

Isabelle’s best friend is getting married and guess who’s the maid-of-honor?

Going to the wedding alone isn’t an option, so when Isabelle’s brother sends his buddy to her rescue, she can hardly believe who it is: rocker Marvin Clementine! He shows up at her door incognito, but nothing can hide the sexy smile that melts her spine.

At the wedding, he is the perfect gentleman right up until Isabelle’s ex-boyfriend attacks him. When Marvin punches him in the nose, taking him down with one swing, what can Isabelle do except take Mr. Rockstar home and kiss his wounds until he’s better?

Of course, one night of bliss isn’t enough for her to overcome her fears. Marvin’s celebrity lifestyle freaks her out, and it would be crazy to move to L.A., right? Especially for someone as shy as Isabelle. Unfortunately, she’s pretty sure Marvin is her one true love…

 

Review:  When Isabelle Reeves needs a date for a friend’s wedding, she never imagined her brother would set her up with a friend…who just happens to be a rock star.

From the moment Marvin Clementine sets eyes of his friend’s sister, he started composing lyrics in his mind with her as a muse. Throw in an altercation with her cheating ex-boyfriend, and there is plenty of fodder for a song. Isabelle can’t deny the attraction, but she has trouble accepting that Marvin can be anything other than “Mr. Rockstar.”

In this story by Erin M. Leaf, the foundation is set for the classic blind date story line. However, the author provides a fresh twist by adding two very relatable characters. They click very well together, which gives the reader a reason to rally behind them.

When it comes to the steam factor, let’s just say that readers will be begging to have their own rock star book boyfriend. Marvin is the epitome of every girl’s dream. He’s not only incredibly hot on the outside, but he is a genuinely good guy. Anyone who has ever been stuck in one of those not-so-flattering wedding party dresses will be able to relate to Isabelle.

Although this is a fairly short read, the author effectively ties up all the story line threads in a satisfying conclusion.

 

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