ROCK ME, GENTLY by M.J. Schiller (Book Review)

Like so many others, their romance started in Las Vegas…

He’s a rock star. She’s an ad exec. After almost having a one night affair in Sin City, Josh can’t get Cassie out of his mind. Why had she run out on him?

Like so many others, their romance started with a shot of tequila…

When the Josh Dunningham of Money Back Guaranteed tries to seduce her, Cassie is taken aback. Sure, he’s hot. And he could definitely rock her world. But can she have a fling with a man she doesn’t even know?

Like so many others, their romance turned rocky…

When Cassie returns to Chicago and finds a ten-foot tall Josh Dunningham on a radio station’s banner across from her office, she is tortured by memories of their short time together. When they meet again, things explode—in a bad way—and Josh has to prove himself to Cassie to earn her trust. But will he succeed when outside forces also want to tear them apart? When Cassie receives threatening letters and is attacked in her home, Josh is determined to find out who is behind it. But will the stalker’s encore performance bring an end to their show once and for all?

(review request submitted by the author for an honest critique) 
In the news, you hear about record artists in the same breath as with sex, drugs, and rock -n- roll. Therefore, it’s no big surprise M.J. featured all the above in this musical love story. 

You’ll also find Cassie the target of, not one, but two wackos. Jealousy is a bitch and she learned that the hard way. 
The plot centering around the nut-cases was interesting. Not many stories have multiple villains. However, the rest of the story was just ok. I didn’t like Josh and Cassie so much as a couple. Cassie seemed to fall for him too fast and forgave him too easily. 

First, she claims she doesn’t want to be a “one-night stand” or “only one in a pack of a thousand” but she shags him after catching him making out with a woman after a show. Nah, I think I would’ve let him work for my attentions before putting out. Yeah, they had a HEA but still she seemed almost desperate for love.
On a final note: M.J. wrote a catchy song and I’d love to hear a beat behind those lyrics. 
Heart Rating System – 1 (lowest) and 5 (highest) 
Score: ❤❤❤



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5 Responses to ROCK ME, GENTLY by M.J. Schiller (Book Review)

  1. Thanks for reading and offering your opinion of ROCK ME, GENTLY! Reviews help writers get the word out about their books, and readers find something they will enjoy, so I appreciate it.

  2. Anonymous

    I have book 1, just need to get it read, and move on to next, but I really wanna read this one!!!

    Tanya S

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