A Rock 'n' Roll Lovestyle

A Rock 'n' Roll Lovestyle

by Kiltie Jackson


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An uplifting story of friendship, caring and never being too old for love.

For a début novel this is a cracker, and one I will highly recommend. (Pam Howes - three times Amazon Best Selling Author)
I read the whole book in one sitting!
...a warm, funny book with a hint of suspense running through it.
Sukie McClaren is single, in her thirties and happy!
She's a cat lover, a Sound of Music Fanatic, and a single, but fiercely independent, woman with a razor sharp tongue. When she is sent to Salzburg on a business trip, she is ecstatic, hoping to see all the locations to her favourite film. Love is the last thing on her mind.
Pete Wallace is a cynical, reclusive rock-star and the world's Number One, male solo artist. After a three year hiatus, he's preparing to go back on the road again. A week in Salzburg, schmoozing with the music press, is one of his worst nightmares. Love is the last thing on his mind.
When Pete and Sukie meet, sparks fly, but when life throws up some unpredictable challenges, will their new friendship die, before it has a chance to flourish?
A thoroughly enjoyable rollercoaster of a book from the beginning to the very end.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781999866600
Publisher: WickedKilt Publishing
Publication date: 09/23/2017
Series: Lovestyle Series , #1
Pages: 474
Product dimensions: 5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.95(d)

About the Author

Hi there,

Lovely to meet you. I'm Kiltie Jackson. I spent my formative years growing up in Glasgow but when I was old enough to do so, I high-tailed it down to London.

I spent thirteen wonderful years in the Big Smoke before relocating once more - this time to the Midlands. Those London years gave me many interesting experiences, many of which are now finding their way into my novels.

I now live in Staffordshire with one grumpy husband and five cats who kindly allow us to share THEIR house. We're allowed to stay as long as we keep paying the mortgage!

Our little home is known as Moggy Towers - plenty of moggies but no towers!

I like reading, watching movies, and eating things I shouldn't! I really dislike going to the gym! I'm hoping that one day I can give up the day job and write my stories for a living.

You can follow me on Facebook - www.facebook.com/kiltiejackson or on Twitter - www.twitter.com/KiltieJackson

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A Rock 'n' Roll Lovestyle 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
AliTheDragonSlayer More than 1 year ago
The snow globe was the thing that caught my eye first then the guitar but as you study the cover you see more and more. I’m not sure what I was expecting from A Rock’n’Roll Lovestyle but suffice to say it surprised me on many levels. Yes it has a Christmas feel but don’t let that deter you if you are already ‘overloaded’ on festivities because this story has a lot more depth than that. It started fairly sedately and kept a steady pace all the while managing to creep under your skin and tweak the emotions. Sukie is a great character I immediately adored her when she stated she just wanted to get home to her men, two lovable moggies, from that moment I knew she could do no wrong! Pete is your classic mega famous rock star with attitude, you either love or hate him for his actions. His and Sukie’s paths finally cross when they meet in Saltzburg. What begins as a friendship could easily progress but will it? There are some realistic side characters I particularly liked Jordie and strangely I felt some sympathy for Eduardo, he is the over protective brother of Sofia who was injured during one of Pete’s gigs. He is after revenge big time! (purely by coincidence this is the 2nd book this week that has had a Sofia so I had to concentrate). Kiltie has written this from the heart and it shows, her writing is almost poetic in places or should I say musical. I did find the mix of a rock star and the inclusion of The Sound of Music a clever ploy. It’s little things like that which keep the reader invested. As I was reading it I got deeper and deeper in, at the time it felt quite a mammoth length but on reflection I think there is just a LOT going on. This was a story that the author needed to tell in it’s entirety if that makes sense. As a debut it is very clever and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I will be interested to see what comes next .. a continuation of Sukie maybe? My thanks to the author and Rachel’s Random Resources for my copy which I read and reviewed voluntarily.