Rock Me

Rock Me

by Rebecca Brooke


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I am not a victim.

At least that's what I wanted to believe. What I wanted the world to see. Five years of trying to find the girl I hid from the world.

I wouldn't let the bullies win. I couldn't.

What was I supposed to do when he walked into the building? He'd made my high school years a living hell.

But, he doesn't recognize me.

How do I prove he didn't break me? Simple, take him home for a one-night stand.

At least it sounded like a good idea at the time.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781975636265
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/22/2017
Pages: 342
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.76(d)

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Rock Me (Jaded Ivory, #1) 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm all for fiction novels but the plot was unrealistic to me. If the severe amount of bullying that happened to the lead character actually happened in real life, there is no way she would feel any kind of physical attraction to the person who tormented her. The bullying in this story occurs so often to the character that it doesn't leave much room for the reader to like or feel any kind of connection with the Male romantic interest. I got about half way through and couldn't even finish it.
CeeCeeHouston More than 1 year ago
This story was fairly unusual in that it doesn’t really fit in with any major tropes. It’s not an enemies to lovers romance like some people are touting it as, because Cole and Mariella weren’t enemies. Cole and his friends bullied Mariella all through high school from freshman year to senior. Mariella believed she was weak, but to have put up with what they did only showed how strong a personality she actually had. A chance encounter brings them back together years later, when Mari’s band are playing in a bar that Cole’s best friend drags him to. He still doesn’t remember her, but lead singer, Mari as she now calls herself, recognizes him. So, that’s not truly a second chance as they never went out before, although I guess after a light bulb moment for Cole, who is now a high school sports teacher, it could be when he asks for a chance to apologize and make it up to her. Cole truly is sorry, especially after seeing his actions being perpetrated by kids he’s teaching. He’s riddled with guilt and remorse, as he should be. If only all bullies could see their actions from the other side there would be a lot less of it. I loved how strong Mari was on stage, but she kinda lost it when faced with her past. It takes her some time to come to grips with what Cole is trying to do. Will she give him that chance? Can Cole be the man she needs… at long last? Find out when you 1-Click Rock Me today.
SouthernAngel More than 1 year ago
An awesome and emotional second chance of two damaged soul's journey through heartache, sadness, redemption, and healing. Rock Me is one of those books that lingers in your mind long after finishing. I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.
AmyBosica More than 1 year ago
“Our lips reconnected; the same as before, yet different. This time there weas a promise. A promise of more.” “Cole was different. It was like an inferno was racing through me, burning nerve endings along the way. I felt sexy and desirable.” I thought this book was an ok read. I thought the idea of the story was unique and it definitely intrigued me. I thought the author did an amazing job with how she portrayed Mari’s past and the bullying that she endured. Fast forward to the future, Mari is not the same shy person she was in high school, she has totally reinvented herself. And Cole….Well, I’m not gonna lie, it took me a while to warm up to him. At first, I thought that Mari was just a conquest to him; that he had to get with the unattainable girl. But, once I learned about Mari and Cole’s past….let’s just say I was not a fan. I was pleased to see that Cole has matured a lot since high school and I do think that he was genuinely sorry for his past mistakes. I liked that he had to work for Mari’s forgiveness and really prove himself to her. The only real issue I had with the story was the actual relationship with Cole and Mari. Personally, I feel that these two would have been better off as friends. I won’t deny that they had amazing sexual chemistry, because they totally did. I mean off the charts hot chemistry. And I can even get behind the idea of Mari having a revenge f@%k with him, but to have an actual relationship with him, just felt awkward to me. Cole was a total jerk and made Mari’s life a living hell in high school. And I totally get that Cole is sorry and has grown since high school, but I just had the hardest time wrapping my mind around forgiving him and pursuing a romantic relationship. And maybe that’s just me, but that aspect just didn’t work for me. So, overall, this book was an ok read. Rock Me is definitely a book that you can finish in just one sitting. I thought it was written well and it does deal with some heavy hitting and real issues. But, there was just some things that didn’t work out for me. Even though this wasn’t a 100% hit for me, I’m still glad I picked it up and gave it a chance. I would be open to reading more from this author in the future.