ROCK Hard LOVE Hard (Rock Hard Musical)

ROCK Hard LOVE Hard (Rock Hard Musical)

by Kailin Gow, S Sorensen
4.9 15

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ROCK Hard LOVE Hard (Rock Hard Musical) 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Again, Kailin Gow shows her versatility and handle on what makes a good story. Glass Girl is delightful and her foray into romantic comedy. Taking the fairy tale of Cinderella and adapting it to modern times in a world where female appearance is paramount in gaining social acceptance, Gow creates a heroine who defies tradition. This is a feel good must read romance for age 16 and up.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Steamy rock musical from the creative mind of Kailin Gow
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guilty pleasure
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Addicted to Kailin Gow's books. You never know which direction she'll head with each series. Always something different.
DiiMI More than 1 year ago
With his college football career over, and in need of a scholarship to pay for his education, hot and handsome, All-American boy, Hayworth James has the opportunity to continue his academic pursuits, with a music scholarship. All he has to do is try out and be part of an off Broadway musical about a rock band. When he lays eyes on his director, he was a lust-filled goner. Unlike any woman he had ever known, this beautiful, sexy and powerfully sensual creature has hooked him, mind, body and soul. Fiona knows Haywood has what it takes to be her bad boy rocker star. But is she attracted to him offstage as well? Fiona is the current pet project/protégé of the wealthy and powerful show producer, Michael, both on stage and off. They have chemistry, sizzling chemistry, but so far, Fiona has held back from many of Michael’s dominant sexual demands. They were partners, and Fiona allowed herself the knowledge that she liked Michael’s lifestyle, but there is something about Hay that screams to her fantasies. Giving in could spell disaster for her production and Hay is nothing, if not persistent. How long can Fiona resist? Will her pull to Michael be enough or will Hay be her undoing? Rock Hard, Love Hard has heat, implied, intense and “in the flesh,” so to speak. This lust triangle creates a friction that comes alive through Kailin Gow’s words. The thrust of the story is not the production of the musical; it is the interaction of the characters, their emotional and animal attractions and how much willpower Fiona has to resist Hay’s blatant advances. There is no evil villain, but there is a need to control and dominate Fiona and let me tell you, the word “intense” does not cover some of these smoking hot scenes! The ending? Let’s just say, keep a fire extinguisher handy, because this one is going to be continued, and if book one is any indication, we are in for global warming! 4.5 stars-gotta love the heat! Who cares if too many things fell into place too easily at times? This is fiction with hot friction! I received a review copy as part of the Kailin Gow ROCK HARD, LOVE HARD Book Blast & Giveaway at Tome Tender.
AddictedRead More than 1 year ago
Fun and heartfelt!
PushPull More than 1 year ago
Kept me up all night!
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Fun
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fun and steamy
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I hope Fiona ends up with Hayworth too.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A fun but angsy read. I hope Fiona ends up with Hayworth.
jojoNE More than 1 year ago
As a fan of rock star stories I was immediately drawn to the premise of this story which ended up being more than I thought it would be in many ways. The events of this story take place as a new rock n' roll musical is being created and portrays all the emotions and chaos surrounding this endeavor. The egos of the actors is on display as well as the inner conflict of the three main characters and the subtle sexual battle going on between them. Hayworth was a star football player until a career ending injury has him changing the course of his career and embracing a career in theater in order to keep the scholarship he desperately needs. He's an immediate success in looks and swagger and the woman who chose him for the part can't help but be drawn to him just like the fans. Hayworth is equally drawn to Fiona but holds back as she's already with someone else. The sexual tension between him and Fiona is more than apparent though as sparks practically fly whenever these two are together. He's obsessed with her though and doesn't hesitate to lay his heart on the line for her which leaves us breathless with waiting for the answer. Fiona is currently living the good life courtesy of her older and more domineering boyfriend Michael. He gives her the means by which to pursue her life long dream and produce a musical which becomes her obsession. The new male lead particularly consumes her thoughts as his sexiness, assuredness, and kindheartedness has her infatuated but fighting her feelings as she's with another. Fiona had a disturbing encounter as a teen which has left her cautious when it comes to sexuality. In this case though, cautiousness is a good thing as Michael becomes subtly yet progressively possessive. He starts expecting more from her than she's willing to give and manipulates her emotions to stay in her good graces. There's also the subtle threats he makes against Hayworth that keep her in line. This is a highly sexualized story with lots of hot and heavy scenes. The scenes between Michael and Fiona are particularly hot but lack any true emotion as his domineering ways taint every scene he's in. Needless to say, Michael creeped me out and I worry what he'll do in the future as he seems to just be biding his time. He's an over-the-top character and I dreaded seeing him come on the scene. The scenes between Hayworth and Fiona sizzle with sexual tension and it's clear they belong together as they both come from middle class backgrounds and enjoy the simple things in life. They're both a bit naive at times too. Hayworth ends up in a scary position because of Michael that could've ended badly but luckily didn't. Fiona also knows Michael's becoming too possessive, and his sexual intensity becoming too deep, but still stays by his side. With this story being a cliffhanger it's unclear where these relationships will go but I definitely want to follow and will be on the lookout for the next installment in this series.