Rock It [NOOK Book]

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“Jennifer Chance’s Rock It is perfect for those of us who like our books the way we like our rockers: smart, sexy, sweet, and a damn good time!”—Lexi Ryan, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Unbreak Me

Jennifer Chance unleashes her hot new series with the tale of a smoldering rock star and the fangirl who catches his eye—and finds herself living out her ...
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Overview

“Jennifer Chance’s Rock It is perfect for those of us who like our books the way we like our rockers: smart, sexy, sweet, and a damn good time!”—Lexi Ryan, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Unbreak Me

Jennifer Chance unleashes her hot new series with the tale of a smoldering rock star and the fangirl who catches his eye—and finds herself living out her wildest dreams.
 
Lacey Dawes is a total pro at the talent agency where she works, and it doesn’t hurt that IMO Worldwide Media represents Dante Falcone. The rock god has starred in her fantasies since she was sixteen—and remains her secret crush to this day. So when Dante picks her to be the interim manager on his Dream It tour, Lacey can’t believe her luck. Handling Dante is sure to be the most exquisite, spine-tingling, nerve-wracking mix of business and pleasure ever.
 
Although Dante is grateful for the adoring fans who scream for one more of his full-throttle, soul-searing songs, being surrounded by a cadre of corporate types backstage is wearing thin. Then Lacey shows up. Yeah, she’s organized, smart, quick to get him what he wants before he knows he wants it—but Dante senses there’s something else going on with sweet, sexy Lacey. One kiss tells him what that “something” might be . . . and makes him hungry for more.

Praise for Rock It
 
“An amazing cast of characters, strong writing, a plot that most women have dreamed of at some time in their life, and all the sexiness that comes with a rock and roll hero make Rock It by Jennifer Chance a chart topper worthy of a Grammy!”Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
 
Rock It totally delivered. . . . The chemistry between Dante and Lacey is totally scrumptious! I am looking forward to more in this series and to see where Jennifer [Chance] takes us!”Read-Love-Blog
 
“Exhilarating and captivating; a book I couldn't put down! . . . I look forward to reading more books by Ms. Chance. Rock It is a must- read!”Miss Book Lovers
 
“A true feel-good romance novel, with some hot and steamy sex scenes.”Cocktails and Books
 
“This book has a great story line. It’s funny and sad and it’s full of rock star goodness!”Hines and Bigham’s Literary Tryst
 
Rock It is fun, escapist romance.”The Reading Date
 
“I had no idea what to expect out of my first romance with a rock star. I am extremely happy to report I love rockers! . . . This is a . . . fun, get-out-of-reality read and I’m looking forward to the next book in the series.”My Para Hangover
 
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780553390957
  • Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 3/4/2014
  • Series: Rule Breakers, #1
  • Sold by: Random House
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 240
  • Sales rank: 6,983
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Jennifer Chance is the award-winning author of the New Adult series Rule Breakers. A lover of books, romance, and happily-ever-afters, she lives and writes in Ohio. Visit her website and find her on Twitter.
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  • Posted March 5, 2014

    This started out a little rocky, got interesting, and ended in s

    This started out a little rocky, got interesting, and ended in sweetness.  I didn’t know how I felt about Dante in the beginning, and Lacey’s fangirl persona was a little obnoxious to me frankly.  She waffles frequently between that persona and her professional mask.  While part of the story, it made me want to smack her.  Plus, she’s much more comfortable with his lifestyle than I would be.  I’d be pretty miffed in some of the situations that she just brushes off.
     
    Beyond that, it gets compelling very quickly and even though it’s pretty predictable, it’s a fun story with characters that are likeable in the end if not at first.  I was taken along for the ride with Lacey and ended up appreciating Dante for all his layers.  There’s room for more books with some of these characters, but there’s nothing that suggests it will be a series or needs to be.  I was very comfortable and happy with the story upon closure.

    Rock It is a story about a rock star in his prime that is contrarily tired of the lifestyle.  In his efforts to change that, he learns that his biggest fan is so much more and their journey is full of ups and downs that make for a funny, sexy, and compelling read.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 5, 2014

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    Rock It is the first book in the New Adult Rule Breakers 4-book

    Rock It is the first book in the New Adult Rule Breakers 4-book series by Jennifer Chance. Rock It is about what happens when a girl’s dreams about a rock star become reality years later when her PR firm is hired to work with him. If you like bad boys, rock stars, and new adult books, this is the series for you.




    Rock It is fun, escapist romance. Lacey has obsessed over rock frontman Dante Falcone since she was sixteen, making scrapbooks, writing him letters, and seeing him in concert. Now it’s six years later and she has a job as a junior talent agent and has to be Dante’s handler on tour. She is career driven and needs to remain professional though her rock fantasy has come to life.




    The first book in the Rule Breakers series is fun and flirty, with a relatable hook. It’s easy to connect to Lacey’s teenage obsessions and imagine what would happen if you came face to face with your idol. There are some embarrassing moments for Lacey, though she tries to hold it together as best she can.




    Dante is not a typical bad boy rocker, or maybe he’s just ready to settle down a little. He’s achieved all his rock star dreams and aspires to something more. Seeing Lacey’s enthusiasm, fresh ideas and belief in him makes him think he can take his career to the next step. Plus, she seems to get him like no one else does.




    There’s a little dramarama from Lacey’s agency to create some angst in the story. But it’s refreshing that there aren’t any third parties in the romance.




    Rock It is a fast, enjoyable read, and I liked that workplace and career drama was a focus as well as the romance. And I’m a sucker for music-themed rocker books, what can I say. The next book, Fake It, focuses on Lacey’s friend Anna.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 5, 2014

    For years Lacey has always been rocker, Dante Falcone's, number

    For years Lacey has always been rocker, Dante Falcone's, number #1 fan. He's even the reason her new job is at IMO Worldwide Media, since he's their number one client. Dante meets with IMO Worldwide Media, sees Lacey, and wants her to be his "handler" on his two week concert tour. Lacey isn't sure that's such a good idea. She has her secrets, and since she's obsessed over Dante for years, she's not sure she'll be able to keep her feelings in check for two weeks. Dante won't take no for an answer and that may not be her only obstacle to overcome…but Dante is in charge and Lacey needs to keep this job…
    Holy smokes, this is one s-e-x-y romance! I loved it from start to finish, every single word! One of my favorite parts is when Dante told Lacey everyone wants to have sex with her, but he, on the other hand, wants to make love to her. How uber-sexy is that?! Dante is my kind of hero and Ms. Chance knows how to catch and keep a reader's attention with gusto. I will read this book again in the future and I can't stop thinking about it (or talking about it for that matter)! The sex will heat you up and the by-play between the hero and heroine will melt your heart. The supporting characters were needed for the full effect of the story, but if it was just the hero and heroine, I'd have been more than satisfied. I very much hope to read many more books from Ms. Chance! Rock It is a Must Read and by all means, a Keeper!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2015

    Must read

    you will ready love reading this yummy book.

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  • Posted December 12, 2014

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    5 star The story has laughs, pain, secrets, and heartbreak. I w

    5 star

    The story has laughs, pain, secrets, and heartbreak. I was pulled right into this story. The story flowed well I was kept interested.

    This is Lacey and Dante’s story. Lacey has crushed on Dante for years. Now she must work for him. He has told her boss that he will only work for her. Now on tour with her secret crush she will need to store up all her defenses. Dante is ready and willing to try and break down every single one of her defenses. When a huge secret comes out what will Lacey end up losing? Can she somehow turn around the bad press and keep Dante and her job? Or are the both gone forever?

    I loved these characters and also the side characters. There are some tear filled moments and some anger filled moments in this story. But all in all I felt I was able to connect with the characters and the story was a great read.

    I highly recommend this book and can’t wait for the next story from this author.

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  • Posted November 12, 2014

    Dante Falcone has been starring in Lacey Dawes' dreams since she

    Dante Falcone has been starring in Lacey Dawes' dreams since she was a young sixteen.  She has made scrapbooks of his life, tours, music, etc.

    Lacey gets the chance to work with him as she is with the talent agency that wants to sign Dante.  Unfortunately, her immediate supervisor has set her sights on him and hopes to hook him like a fish.  Dante is turned off by said supervisor and says he will do the 2 week tour, if Lacey is his handler.

    Lacey is not sure what to think.  The chance to work with Dante will set her career for life.  If she does anything wrong, however, it will sour her career - for life.  The decision is made and Lacey starts to feel set up for failure.  When her supervisor shows up and starts to cause more trouble....Lacey is thinking it is on purpose.

    Suddenly, scrapbooks are out where all the world can see her longtime crush on the hottie superstar.  Who would do this?  Can Dante forgive her deception?  Has she lost her job too?

    Surprises abound as Dante wants more than to talk scrapbooks with Lacey and maybe even a future with her at his side.

    I cannot wait to see what is next in the Rule Breakers series!  Jennifer Chance writes a pretty fast paced book that makes me never want to put the book down!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 5, 2014

    Hot Rockstar meets his Fangirl!

    Loved this book from beginning to end. HOT rockstar, meets his fangirl.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 30, 2014

    Great read!

    Couldnt put it down!

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  • Posted June 28, 2014

    Loved it.  I thoroughly enjoyed this book to the max. Lacey and

    Loved it.  I thoroughly enjoyed this book to the max. Lacey and Dante were so good together. They were both hiding their feelings for each other but you saw where each of them were coming from. He's a rock star and don't know who he can trust and of course she doesn't want to look like a crazed fan that could possibly unstable.  She got on nerves just a little when she continued to be so undecided with how to handle her feelings for Dante and where to take this relationship.  I loved the way he  threw that twist in there on stage with rockergrrl when professed his love for her and sung a song especially for her. The book was awesome, so much so that I had to pre-order the next book "Fake It". I see now that I will buy the entire series.  I see that Jennifer Chance is not a new author but I'm just discovering her and glad I did.  I will definitely read more of her work

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  • Posted June 19, 2014

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    A sweet little story with an air of deceit and regret. I lik

    A sweet little story with an air of deceit and regret.




    I liked the connection between Dante and Lacey and how their relationship progressed.
    It was believable and not far fetched (well ok, maybe a little lol).




    I loved the revenge scene and how it all played out. I wish though that it had been more of a kick in the pants lol
    The final concert scene was awesome *squeal* lol




    The story seemed to move slow then fast then slow then fast. It was nice to see someone's teen fantasy come to life and how his insecurities played out.




    The characters were strong and likable and I connected with them right from the start.




    I would have liked a little more intrigue and depth in the book but over all it was pretty good.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 18, 2014

    Sutton

    Kisses your nose.

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  • Posted June 17, 2014

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    Steamy, With Little Conflict & Drool-Worthy Hero!

    As a big fan of rock star stories, who's read many books with this theme, I was immediately drawn in by the cover and surprising storyline. While I found the hero drool-worthy with unexpected layers the overall execution wasn't what I'd hoped it would be as there wasn't much conflict or character development.
    Lacey was an awkward teen with an obsession with singer Dante Falcone. She saw something special in him beyond the fabricated persona. She saw him as a kindred spirit whose music helped her get through her teenage years that were far from glamorous. She saw him as a person who she longed to take care of. As an adult she finally gets the opportunity when he chooses her to go on the road with him for two weeks when her talent agency signs him as a client. For so long she's devoted herself to work and getting ahead. She's lost the joy of living and enjoying music just for the happiness of it. Dante reacquaints her with the joys of music and leaves her questioning what she really wants which leads them to an unexpected future where they both make big changes that ultimately lead to HEA. Lacey's behavior as a teen showed a lonely girl making a connection where she could with someone who wouldn't judge her. As an adult she realizes that her actions were a bit over the top and tries to distance herself from her past. She's still full of insecurities though, letting others walk over her, but being around Dante gives her strength. He helps her embrace her wild and carefree side which leads to her sticking up for herself when her jealous boss tries to sabotage her.
    Dante knew success at an early age with his stardom soon rocketing him to the top. His music has evolved to become more commercial, as has every one of his actions. He's become a commodity and everyone wants a pice of him. No one knows the man behind the rock star persona as an ailing brother in his youth has him devoting time and money to sick children as an adult. These moments are one of the few that bring him joy and satisfaction, along with those nights he plays his own brand of music in small and smoky bars far from his typical fans. He's used to the superficiality of groupies but the moment he sees Lacey he knows she's something special. In her eyes he sees her knowledge of the real him and undertakes a sensuous journey to get her to live life to the fullest, to leave her stress and uptight nature behind. When a jealous agent makes Lacey's past known he could easily run away from the obsessed fan but makes an unexpected decision that changes his and her future forever. I enjoyed Dante immensely as he was sexy and did things just to make Lacey blush. He was truly kindhearted and not obsessed with fame. He's loyal to his band and those few in his inner circle and I was left obsessed with him myself.
    From its vividly depicted world of rock music with all it's sex, drugs, and alcohol it's easy to get immersed in this story from the first page. Dante's unexpected though as he hasn't become completely corrupted by all the glamour, he's retained his kindhearted side which is refreshing. Lacey is awkward from the start, and though I applaud her empowering transformation, I couldn't overlook her intense teenage attraction which hung over her and Dante's burgeoning relationship and felt a bit icky. The overall storyline felt a bit over-the-top, especially toward the end, but I still felt invested and have great hope for the next book in the series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 9, 2014

    Hot

    Hot hot hot. Thats just what dante and lacys story was...cant wait for the next!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 3, 2014

    Great

    Great book! I really liked the plot and characters! I really enjoyed Lacy and Dante's story! Great read!

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  • Posted May 22, 2014

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    I received a copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchan

    I received a copy from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for my honest review, so here it is. Who hasn't fell in love with a rock star? Lacey Dawes has loved Dante Falcone since she was a teen, to the point of making scrapbooks and writing him letters. She has always loved music and now she is working for IMO Worldwide Media, the agency that represents Dante. She is a lowly junior agent and when Dante picks her to be his manager for the two week tour he has scheduled, she is floored and her boss Brenda is not liking it because she wants to seduce Dante herself. She tries to be professional around Dante but he knows she is hiding something. He wants to know what it is. But when he finds out, will he still want to be around her? When things go wrong, will Lacey survive and not lose her heart in the process? This is a first for me by Jennifer Chance and I really enjoyed it. Looking forward to reading more from her.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 17, 2014

    Ok

    I'm glad it was only $0.99. Something about Lacey was extremely annoying.

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  • Posted March 22, 2014

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    Rock It is the first book in author Jennifer Chance¿s Rule Break

    Rock It is the first book in author Jennifer Chance’s Rule Breakers Series and kicks it off with an enjoyable start.
    Lacey Dawes’ career as a PA in a major talent agency has really been amazing thus far.  She’s doing everything she could have dreamed of and when the chance to work with major star Dante Falcone is dropped in her lap she can hardly believe it.  I mean he’s been her crush for as long as she can remember.  She knows everything about him from way back when he was a little known teen idol to now…one of the most sought after stars in music.  Sure, she’s beyond thrilled to be working with him but if she’s being honest, she’s pretty terrified too.  But she knows she will be able to keep things on the most professional of levels and will be able to bury her screaming-fan-girl-ish crush, right?  Turns out that is way easier said than done when she starts working with Dante.  How is it possible he could be even more amazing in person?  Oh, she was in so much trouble.
    Dante Falcone is thankful every day for his fame and success.  He has everything he’s dreamed of and is always working at getting to the next level in his career.  But there’s always been something missing.  He can’t quite figure out was it is, exactly, until he meets Lacey.  There is something about her that draws him in.  It’s almost like he’s met her before.  But surely that can’t be true.  He would remember someone as beautiful and refreshing as she is.  Still, he can’t get her out of his mind.  What better way to keep her around than to insist that she’s the one he wants to head up his latest tour and projects with his new talent agency?  Nothing has ever been out of reach when he sets his sights on it, and Lacey is no exception.
    I’m always a sucker for a Rock God meets fresh-faced girl story and Rock It totally delivered.  Dante is the ultimate rocker with a soft side and big heart and the desire to find love and Lacey totally fits that bill.  One of the things I liked best about Lacey was her very real reactions when she’s around Dante.  Her plan of being professional and composed completely fly out the window and more often than not she ends up fumbling over her words and actions because, let’s face it, wouldn’t you if you had to work with your ultimate celeb crush?  I know I would!  It’s those reactions that made her a very endearing character and one I really enjoyed reading.  And the chemistry between Dante and Lacey is totally scrumptious!
    I am looking forward to more in this series and to see where Jennifer takes us!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 13, 2014

    Loved it! 

    Loved it! 

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  • Posted March 10, 2014

          Lacey Dawes has it all, or so she thinks. Her dream job, i

          Lacey Dawes has it all, or so she thinks. Her dream job, in her dream city, with everything going right, Lacey is on top of the world. Her talent agency has just signed with Dante Falcone, one of the hottest rock stars on the planet and coincidentally, her crush since she was a young teen. 
         Dante has been a rock idol for so long, its almost as if he’s forgotten how to be a normal guy. When he meets Lacey, he suddenly sees himself wanting to change and be different for her. He wants to be a better person for her and uses her crush for him as a catalyst for a relationship.
           I found this book on Netgalley and was incredibly excited just by the cover alone. Isn’t it gorgeous? Loving rock star heroes, I was sure I would love this book...unfortunately, that’s pretty far from the truth. Pretty cover does not equal pretty book.
          I found both Dante and Lacey to be poor characters. Dante is this mythical thing in Lacey’s mind, she’s followed him for years. Suddenly when faced with touring with him, she jumps at the chance. That part didn’t bother me, but the immediate jumping into bed with him without a how do you do drove me insane.
         Dante felt empty. We are supposed to believe he’s been this star for these many years, but he just seemed juvenile and devoid of character. Again, he’s super attracted to Lacey immediately and doesn’t find the fact she was a rabid fan before creepy at all. Not even enough to be a little cautious, they are just friendly in the biblical sense in the beginning.
         The book had promise and even the story itself isn’t that bad. I enjoy the idea of fan and star falling in love, but with this one it is just poorly executed. Not realistic in the least and the characters fell flat. Poorly executed and flat, this may be one to skip.

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  • Posted March 4, 2014

    4.5 Fangirling stars Let me just say that I really like Dante,

    4.5 Fangirling stars

    Let me just say that I really like Dante, the rock god in this story, and I found Lacey to be an enjoyable heroine. Imagine being put face to face with your teenage crush/obsession. Better yet, imagine getting to spend 2 weeks up close and personal with said person. Well that is what happens to Lacey. All her life she has been the ultimate fan and in love with Dante Falcone. Her other love has been music and now that she is grown she has the best of both worlds with her job at IMO as they are the agency who has just been signed on to represent Dante.

    While attempting to work through the details of contracts, sparks fly and Dante takes an interest in Lacey. She finds herself in a difficult choice of following her heart or using her head and not compromising her position with IMO. I'm guessing you can guess which route she takes.

    I have to admit some of Lacey and Dante's interactions are rather steamy, the scene in the supply closet was unforgettable. Chance's writing gets all the credit for developing wonderful chemistry with this couple. She also does a fabulous job creating the side characters. Lacey's best friend Anna was great and her boss Brenda was someone I loathed.

    Now honestly, the believability of the story is pretty small but who cares, I enjoyed the story the entire time I read it. It helped me think back on the days of youth when loving that movie or music star was so real, and better it helped draw out the fantasy of what if. What if you ever had the chance to meet them, and better yet, what if they ended up loving you as much as you loved them. So yes, total fantasy, but totally an enjoyable read.

    Thanks to NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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