2021, Blog Tour, Book review

Book Review: Rock My Heart by Nadia Blair @Lovebookstours

Massive thank you to Kelly at Love Books Tours and Nadia Blair for the blog tour incite and gifted ebook in exchange for an honest review.

She never meant to end up in a rock star’s bed …
By day, Madelynn Crenshaw is the perfect senator’s daughter. By night, she’s a struggling artist. She doesn’t do scandal or media scrutiny, but when wicked rock god Sloan Elliot asks her to paint him for a charity event, she can’t resist. It’s for a good cause, right? She promises herself she won’t become his latest conquest—or have her love life splashed all over page one. During their studio sessions, Madelynn can’t deny their sizzling attraction, but it’s the man behind the rock god persona she really can’t resist. Sloan tempts her, teases her, and makes her long for things she’s never allowed herself to want…

When their affair hits the tabloids, and all hell breaks loose, Madelynn and Sloan must decide if they can risk love—and heartbreak—with the whole world watching.

My thoughts

In Rock My Heart we meet Madelynn Crenshaw, she’s an artist with dreams of showing her paintings to the world, she’s the senators daughter, she’s cautious, she’s clever, she’s a good girl. That is until she goes to surprise boyfriend Grant and ends up getting a massive shock herself and good girl Madelynn soon realises that deep down there may be a little devil waiting to come out.

I really enjoyed getting to know Madelynn and watching her grow and come out of her shell, she’s not into the media frenzy that pursues her mother and isn’t interested in the fame and scrutiny that comes with it.

I also enjoyed getting to know Sloan too, the rock god. Totally different to Madelynn, he’s a man of the world but underneath he’s struggling with the pressure and is a bit lost. They both seemed to ground each other a bit and I liked watching the chemistry build between them.

I’ll admit I did find the story a bit predictable but it was enjoyable and it kept me turning the pages. I do enjoy a will they, won’t they kind of story and Rock My Heart is just like that.

I’ll be keeping an eye out for the next book, I’m looking forward to seeing what happens next and I’d definitely recommend Rock My Heart.

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