Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Review: Reforming the Rock Star (Head Over Heels #1) by Christine Bell

Title: Reforming the Rock Star (Head Over Heels #1)
Author: Christine Bell
Source: Self-Purchased
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Length: Novel
Release Date: September 29, 2014
Reviewed by: Jasmyn

Rating - 4
Sexual - 3

When Sydney Metcalf's bestie asks her to cater her wedding, Syd can't say no, even

though the thought of going back to her hometown makes her break out in hives. She's off to a great start until best man and rock god Lazlo Stone calls with a request for her to cater the bachelor party too. Petit fours adorned with rose petals, she can handle. A cake shaped like boobs for the sexiest guy in the universe? She's not so sure. But this is the chance of a lifetime and she refuses to screw it up by being a prude...

When a sexy stripper dressed as a Plain Jane crashes the bachelor party, Laz is all about getting vertical and making some music with her. Too bad his stripper is really the caterer and the bride's best friend. After a kiss between them blazes out of control, he can't seem to stop thinking about sweet little Syd.

But everybody knows, life on the road and love don't mix...
Rock stars and romance can be quite a volatile combination.  Long hours on the road, adoring and obsessive fans, these can all lead to trust issues.  Laz knows this all too well and he has sworn off relationships because of it.  But as his band mates and friends begin to fall in love and get married - well, he may just have to re-think his stance on love.

His first meeting the Syd was priceless - it was humorous and sexy and I don't think either will ever forget it.  It gets them off to an interesting start to say the least.  When he finds out she's actually the best friend of the bride and an amazing caterer to boot - he tries valiantly to resist the attraction.  But his band mates think differently and they would love to see the pair hook up for a lifetime.

What I loved most about this story was the lack of unnecessary drama.  There was some judgement errors and incorrect assumptions, but most of the issues were about overcoming your past and not letting it rule your future.  It was so much fun to watch these two connect and re-gain their confidence and decide to take a risk on themselves and each other.

*This book was received in exchange for an honest review*

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