Rock Redemption

Rock Redemption

by Nalini Singh


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From New York Times bestselling author Nalini Singh comes the next contemporary romance in the Rock Kiss series...

Kit Devigny could have loved rock guitarist Noah St. John. Their friendship burned with the promise of intense passion and searing tenderness...until the night Noah deliberately shattered her heart.

Noah knows he destroyed something precious the night he chose to betray Kit, but he'd rather she hate him than learn his darkest secret. All he has left is his music. It's his saving grace, but it doesn't silence the voices that keep him up at night. Chasing oblivion through endless one-night-stands, he earns a few hours' sleep and his bad boy reputation.

When a media error sees Noah and Kit dubbed the new "it" couple, Kit discovers her chance at the role of a lifetime hinges on riding the media wave. Wanting-needing-to give Kit this, even if he can't give her everything, Noah agrees to play the adoring boyfriend. Only the illusion is suddenly too real, too painful, too beautiful...and it may be too late for the redemption of Noah St. John.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781942356356
Publisher: TKA Distribution
Publication date: 09/18/2015
Pages: 422
Sales rank: 635,120
Product dimensions: 4.90(w) x 7.90(h) x 1.20(d)

About the Author

Nalini Singh is the New York Times bestselling author of dozens of novels, including the Psy/Changeling series and the Guild Hunter series. Born in Fiji, she grew up in New Zealand, where she currently resides. To read free short stories connected to Nalini's books, visit her website at

Justine O. Keef's sultry voice, keen characterizations, and spirit of discovery make her a top pick for narrating erotic prose. With an extensive background in live storytelling and as an author of short erotic fiction, Justine's natural transition to narration is sure to please.

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Rock Redemption 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 28 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Complex and intricate, the characters and plot couldn't be better. Another must read :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I cried with Kit, and with and for Noah. Their story is heartbreaking and sad...and joyous and happy. I won't spoil it for you. But I will tell you that it's an awesome read. Think I might read it a second time. Yeah.... It's that good! :-)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this story and love this author!!
LynnLTX More than 1 year ago
Five Plus Stars! ARC received from the author for an honest review In this fourth entry of the Rock Kiss series, we find out what happened to Kit and Noah’s relationship, and why he so brutally and intentionally broke her heart. Noah’s stereotypical bad boy rocker behavior of drinking and women covers up a deeply scarred emotional life that he is unwilling, possibly unable, to share with Kit. And though she cares deeply for Noah, some things are just unforgivable. Kit has fought hard for “two years and three months” to stay away from him. Despite everything he did, Kit cannot let Noah go so when he needs her, she comes to his rescue. Kit understands the celebrity life well having grown up with famous parents who had little time or concern for her. Kit’s career verges on the edge of skyrocketing, and not only does she have issues with Noah, a stalker causes her major problems. It’s evident that while Noah does care for Kit intensely, he feels too damaged to be able to ever deserve her. Noah knows he’s being the ultimate in selfish, but he cannot let her go totally out of his life. So when the opportunity to help Kit’s career by playing the bad boy rocker turned boyfriend so that Kit can secure her dream roll comes along, Noah, who desperately wants Kit to be his friend again, goes along with the setup. Kit and Noah’s story is sweet torture. They are soulmates but because of an early trauma that holds Noah hostage to his demons, he refuses to be with Kit other than in a desperate kind of friendship that satisfies neither of them and continues to hurt her. Once they are forced into a close contact situation to protect her career, the pull between them is too strong to ignore. Rock Redemption takes this series to a new depth of pain and sorrow in Noah’s background. All of the previous stories have involved emotional traumas for the protagonists, but this one is particularly heartrending as it involves an extremely painful part of Noah’s childhood. Nalini Singh handles this difficult subject well in a story that demonstrates how love can heal, and how two hearts can not only overcome difficulties but learn to soar in the joys of love.
SaraBetty More than 1 year ago
Excellent Four Book Series.... Well written, great story lines and well developed characters... READ IN ORDER.. Book 1 - Rock Addiction, Book 2 - Rock Courtship - Book 3- Rock Redemption and Book 4 - Rock Wedding...
MyndiL More than 1 year ago
Another great story in this series. This volume follows Noah and Kit and tells everything that happened that had been hinted at in previous books of the series and tells what happens with them now. I love stories where friends become something more, so there's that going on in this book. I also love that there was an underlying mystery in this book with Kit's stalker. It added a whole other level to the story and gave it some more depth. I'm really enjoying the series and looking forward to the rest of the books.
dutcheja More than 1 year ago
I am such a fan of this series. The characters are amazing and so well developed. I feel like I know these characters intimately, they are good friends that I enjoy spending time with. I love their devotion to each other. They can all count on the others to stand by them and prop them up when they need it. This is Kit and Noah's story. In the first book we met these characters, Noah is part of the band and Kit is a good friend of the band members. In that story we find that Noah hurt Kit badly but we don't find out the story until now. Noah is a complicated character that has a dark past and his relationship with Kit is very rocky. Noah is on the edge and he needs Kit back in his life. This is their story, it is at times hurtful but hopeful they have fun together and like each other's company. I really wanted this couple to succeed. The story is amazing!!! I read it in one sitting!!! I definitely recommend this series!!! It is best read in order.
starznstripes24 More than 1 year ago
3 1/2 stars This was a good book with a pair of emotional characters. There is a lot going on - on both sides. While Kit and Noah have known each other for quite some time, the deliberate hurts of the past hinder what could have been a great relationship for quite some time. Just when you think that the rock star and the actress might be mending the bridge back to friendship, a story breaks of their "secret" romance. In order to preserve everything that's on the line for Kit, they upkeep appearances - and become closer than they ever have. I liked the story-it had a lot more depth than I was anticipating. I liked the characters and I could not figure out who the stalker was until the person was presented. I also liked the narrator a great deal. This is one of those instances where I would recommend reading the book over audio. I think that it would have had more of an emotional impact (for me) to have visualized and heard them in my mind's eye. I would recommend that it be taken in by either reader or listener - in either format.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved these.. wish there were more..
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have enjoyed this series. This book stands alone but it was nice to encounter the characters from the other books. I felt the interaction between the hero and herione seemed real. I was caught up in their struggle to find a happy ending. A non-stop read!
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angelblue-240 More than 1 year ago
Wow, Wow, WOW! Nalini has upped the emotional ante on Rock Redemption! After reading the previous book, Rock Hard, I didn't think that I would love another hero as much as I love and adore Gabriel Bishop (Rock Hard) but I have to say, Noah is definitely a close second for the position of my book husband! Maybe I should have them wrestle naked in some oil to decide? LOL I started this book with the intention of hating Noah for what he had done to Kit. But the more I learned about his past the more my heart broke. He had a horrible devastating thing happen to him as a child that has totally destroyed his self worth. He feels worthless and tainted and is tormented by nightmares from his past. He self medicates with an endless parade of one night stands, unable to connect emotionally with anyone until Kit. She is the one. As their friendship deepens so does his feelings for her. He feels totally unworthy of her and in a desperate move to push her away he does something incredibly stupid... and beyond hurtful. Noah realizes that he screwed up big time. He loves Kit and misses her terribly. And even though he knows that she's better off without him, he needs her and will do anything to regain her friendship. Kit loves Noah but after his betrayal she done with him. Between trying to land a new roll that will propel her status into an A-list actress and dealing with a stalker that is getting more and more bold she doesn't know if she can ever forgive Noah. I adored Kit. She had her heart broke by Noah but she wasn't whiny or clingy. She left the situation and attempted to move on with her life. And even though Noah is back in her life and she still loves him, she is not about to give him an all access pass to her heart again. This was a really intense read. It's a story of forgiveness and as the title says, redemption. It's a slow build of emotion and I think because of that it makes their relationship that much more solid. Noah's issues don't just disappear because Kit lets him back into her life and that is what makes this story so much more real. Noah still has nightmares and still messes up but the trust they build over time slowly helps ease some of his trauma. Kit has an amazing amount of strength as a character and she was just what Noah needed to heal. I also really loved Noah's depth, despite his trauma and his major screw ups, he seriously LOVED Kit and wanted to do what was right by her. He didn't always make the best choices but he did them with the misguided intention of protecting Kit. This was a fantastic addiction to the Rock Kiss Series. *I received a copy from the publisher through Netgalley for an honest review
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Sailon More than 1 year ago
Sometimes scars go deep and sometimes it’s almost impossible to pull yourself out of that abyss those scars push you to. Lead guitarist, Noah, has known the scars that hit deep. With no support from his family, the scars where left to fester, turning Noah a man looking for a way to forget. Kit befriended a group of artist when they were just a bunch of unknown musicians and she was just a waitress. Now their band is topping the charts and she is an up and coming actor. Kit knew Noah’s history with women but the more she got to know him the more she fell in love…until he devastated her heart with one planned, careless, act that destroyed their friendship and caused a rift that seemed unbreachable. Years later, Noah finds himself at a particularly low point in his life and Kit comes running to the rescue. He realizes that he should of never of let her leave his life and has no intention of ever letting her get away again. Emotionally gripping and heartfelt, Singh writes a love story that comes with a bite. Sometimes life plays you a hard hand. Once again, Singh captures the essence of that hard life and marvelously converts into the art of words. Rock Redemption is a moving story to devour. Always one of my go to authors, I highly recommend Nalini Singh's Rock Redemption. I received this ARC copy of Rock Redemption from TKA Distribution in exchange for a honest review
PollyBennett More than 1 year ago
What a fantastic book. This series is so good, Ms. Singh's study of human behavior is so deep and each book is different. I think Rock Redemption is my favorite to date. A man who's childhood has scarred him irrevocably and the woman who has loved him and is willing to fight for him. A gripping wonderful story.
Sandy-thereadingcafe More than 1 year ago
3.75 stars--- ROCK REDEMPTION is the third full length installment in Nalini Singh’s contemporary, adult ROCK KISS romance series. This is “Schoolboy Choir’ rock guitarist Noah St.John, and actress Kit Devigny’s storyline. ROCK REDEMPTION can be read as a stand alone without any difficulty. Told from dual third person perspectives (Noah and Kit) ROCK REDEMPTION is a storyline about second chances at friendship and love. Noah’s personal life is spiraling out of control and there is nothing he wants more than to be loved and love but our hero (or lack of a better term) has a secret-a dark and heartbreaking past that controls his present, and in this, Noah sets about to destroy the woman who holds his heart. Noah is on a self-destructive path into the abyss; his man-whoring reputation precedes his friendship with Kit; the drinking, drugs and $ex barely appease the voices in his head. Noah is a man who doesn’t like to be touched; to kiss; or acknowledge the demons from his past. Kit is an actress on the cusp of making it big but her love for Noah St. John finds our heroine walking away when Noah betrays both his friendship and love for Kit Devigny. The push and pull, and angst of Kit and Noah’s friendship borders on emotionally abusive, co-dependent, and obsession. Noah continues to push away the only woman he has ever loved in the hopes of keeping secret his past; Kit tries to keep her distance, letting go of the man with whom she has fallen in love, but she is unable to completely sever the ties that bind. ROCK REDEMPTION follows Kit and Noah as they struggle with their rekindling friendship and building love. Both Kit and Noah come from well to do families whose fame and fortune follow our leading couple wherever they go. ROCK REDEMPTION is an emotional storyline both for the reader and the leading characters of the story. Kit and Noah’s relationship is akin to a psychological study in co-dependency while the world around them begins to close in and tighten the rope. There are moments of heartbreaking betrayal and family dysfunction, secret revelations and letting go of the past. The relationship between Noah and Kit is emotionally draining; the sexual attraction and anxiety is highly charged; BUT the romance is very, very slow to build. There are only one or two quick $ex scenes (late in the story) that leave the reader wanting more. ROCK REDEMPTION focuses on the rebuilding of a friendship before anything deeper can be explored. The lack of romance may be difficult for some readers especially with Noah’s numerous attempts to destroy his relationship with Kit. I think Nalini needs to write a novella that furthers Kit and Noah’s romance; the epilogue advances the storyline one year wherein we know nothing about the previous twelve months. There is a secondary plot running through ROCK REDEMPTION that barely merits mentioning: Kit has a stalker whose identity and purpose seemingly come out of left field. For all intents and purposes, this particular scenario is more of a distraction; its’ purpose in the story is negligible and does nothing to affect the main storyline premise. It probably would have been better to remove this plot deviation entirely. Molly and Fox (Rock Addiction #1) figure prominently throughout the storyline as our hero and heroine find emotional support from Rock Kiss’s introductory couple, as well as David and Thea (Rock Courtship 1.5), and Abe and his ex wife Sarah whose own rocky relationship may se
bouncyberthaCR More than 1 year ago
3 - "It meant everything." Stars! Nalini Singh is an author who I have heard a lot about, seen many of my reading friends be excited about, and one that I have never read anything by, previous to starting Rock Redemption. Book three in the Rock Kiss series, this is basically a friends who fall out, working back to being friends, before eventually (and I mean eventually) admitting they have much stronger feelings for each other and taking the step of moving onto being lovers. This book wasn't a struggle too read, in fact I moved through it quite swiftly, and the author certainly has an easy to engage in style, but I would be lying if I said there was much about Noah and Kit's story that offered up anything new or unique from any of the other hundreds of messed up rock star books that are out there, or the ones I have read personally. "Just be my friend... Don't give up on me. Please don't." It is a given that Noah's actions at the beginning of the book were exceedingly stupid, but it was a struggle to feel any real emotional connection between the pair of them as they tried to work past his actions and rebuild their friendship for most of the book. For want of a better word it all seemed very dry, and the instances where they do share parts of themselves with the other lacked any real emotional depth for me, and at points it almost felt like I was reading a plot outline rather than a fleshed out book. But I made it to the end, and without any real loss of attention, so the author must have some sort of magic skill in keeping you engaged. But it certainly didn't meet the expectations that I had going into it. Broken or not, he was hers and she wouldn't give up on him. This isn't a bad book, I just think that I expected something a little deeper and more meaningful from an author of Nalini Singh's stature. If you are looking for a sex-fest, this is certainly not going to be a title you are going to get a lot from, this is pretty much in the Friend-Zone until around the last 25% mark. I am not someone who needs sex in their books as long as the story is good, but I'll be honest and say I think I would have been more invested in them as a couple if they had taken that step a little earlier in the story. I would read more from the author after finishing Rock Redemption there was something about the writing that kept me interested until the end, I think I would maybe try some of the author's work from another genre though. ARC Generously provided via TRSOR Promotions in exchange for the above honest review.
Under_The_Covers_BookBlog More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Francesca and posted at Under The Covers Book Blog I’ve been patiently waiting for Kit and Noah’s book because I knew there would be tension and sparks right off the bat. But this book was actually much different than what I thought their story would be like. I can’t call this an enemies to lovers story because at the core of the story they’re best friends. Even though they have been burned, hurt and need to heal. Ms. Singh knows how to write a tortured hero like no other. Oftentimes when authors try to do that they make up a flimsy story as to why the hero is as messed up as he is. This book makes no apologies. Noah really went through a lot and has not recovered emotionally from that. I was in a way glad to see he has real issues he needs to work through. And they are not swept under the rug completely in the end either. They will be ongoing issues that he will have to learn how to deal with. And finding love was just the beginning of that healing process. That being said, this is not a fast book. ROCK REDEMPTION is all about that slow burn. Although I enjoyed that in this story, I know some people are not fans of that. But I think the development of their relationship couldn’t have been done at any other pace to make it believable. One thing you know you can expect from this author is well executed plots, great character relationships not only between the main couple but their group of friends as well, and the characters themselves… full of layers that you slowly get to peel back and slowly fall for. Once I immersed myself into ROCK REDEMPTION, I didn’t come up for air until I had read the last word. If you love seeing damaged characters heal and get a chance at happiness, then you’ll enjoy this one! Not quite hitting the mark to knock Rock Hard off my favorite in the series spot, but a close second.
Zsofia_T More than 1 year ago
Loved this emotional story of two extraordinary stars! Let’s start with saying I’m always critical about the friends-to-lovers scheme, because I find it very easy to mess up or make it unrealistic. But in this case, it actually works, very much. Part of that is that I don’t really think about Noah and Kit’s relationship this way, because even when they thought of themselves as friends, we knew that it is more, much more, and the heroine herself expressed how it can’t be like that for a long time: it is just too painful, too intense, and the craving never stops. The other part is, of course, the author. Nalini Singh’s writing style making this story unique, too. Full review on blog! *Appreciated ARC via the publisher and the author.
BooksnKisses More than 1 year ago
NUMBER OF HEARTS: 4 Over the last three Rock Kiss stories we have seen Noah as the bad boy of the band. The one who doesn’t care about anyone except the members of the band. The one that uses women at every turn. And the one who will never find the love that Fox and David found. But in Rock Redemption we get to see that Noah is more than just a bad boy. Noah is a man that has a dark past and doesn’t believe he deserves the love and trust of the only woman he has ever loved. Noah and Kit’s story is a heartbreaking story of a man trying to find his place in the world. This story tugged at my heartstrings with every page. Noah’s past is heartbreaking, yet it has made him stronger than even he knows. Kit is a very strong and forgiving woman. The has loved Noah for years, even after he betrayed her and broke her heart. Noah and Kit are perfect for each other. I loved seeing them both learn to maneuver the tricky line between friendship and love. I am really enjoying this series and I can’t wait to see what Nalini has in store for Abe. Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book from Netgalley & TKA Distribution in exchange for an honest review. This review is my own opinion and not a paid review.
RoseVAcademyST More than 1 year ago
Kit Devigny has known Schoolboy Choir since they were just a bunch of unknown musicians and she was just their waitress. Now, they are at the top of the charts and she's becoming one of the most sought out actresses. Still her relationship with the band continues to grow, with the exception of Noah. Noah St. John destroyed everything that could have possible existed between Kit and him. A well calculated plan was all it took for the scandalous rock star to lose his only chance at a happily ever after. Noah may regret what he had to do to push Kit away but he knows that it was for the best. This way Kit will never have to face the secrets and the demons of his past. That is until the pressure becomes too much and Noah's shields tumble down. One would expect that a book with such a strong title and a cover like that, wouldn't be as emotionally charged but it was. Rock Redemption was an incredible mix of drama, suspense and of a haunted past with well buried secrets. This book was very different from the previous books mainly because we had a tortured, self-destructive hero and a heroine determined to save him. If I were Kit, I would have definitely given up. There's only so much a person can endure and Noah wasn't a saint. His behavior towards Kit was awful BUT his intentions were good so I can't really judge him. We get to see all of Noah's sides and that's what matters because you can't really help someone if they don't want help. It took awhile but Noah finally accepted Kit's help. We also get to catch up with Molly and Fox, David and Thea, Abe and his ex-wife Sarah. For some reason I thought that Sarah was a hateful person but she's so nice! I'm really anxious to read their story, their second chance at love, because there's no way, no way, that Sarah and Abe aren't ending up together. Rock Redemption was a spectacular book. It was a bit slow in the beginning but the pace picks up pretty quickly. kit and Noah were incredible characters who had to go through a lot of stuff but they fought till the end for their HEA and that was beautiful. *ARC provided in exchange for an honest review*
ReadingInPajamas More than 1 year ago
✦Blog Tour, Review & Giveaway: ROCK REDEMPTION (Rock Kiss Series) by Nalini Singh Publication Date: October 6, 2015 Reviewed by: Reading in Pajamas/ Cori Rate 5 Stars REVIEW: This book was incredible! I loved it so much! Rock Redemption is one of those books that will stay with you long after you finish it. Nalini Singh is a master storyteller! I went into this book with an open mind because I'm a fan of her writing and I trusted that she would give Noah redemption. If you have been reading the series you were probably angry with him. I was angry with him! Trust me and pick up the book anyway. He finds his redemption and you'll fall in love with him. I know I did. Rock Redemption was a heart wrenching, emotional and sexy love story that captivated me. I found myself rooting for Noah and Kit. This book can be read as a standalone, but I recommend reading the entire series in order. Each book features a band member. I highly recommend the entire series. *Review copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.
kahea46 More than 1 year ago
After finishing Rock Addiction there were two things that I knew were coming down the chute when it came to the Rock Kiss series. That Noah and Kit would end up with a book That it would send me on a roller coaster of an emotional ride. Both things have come to pass in Rock Redemption and while their story is definitely filled with heart wrenching moments (I got a little teary, I’ll admit) it is also filled with heart breakingly sweet and funny ones that beautifully balance out the angst and sorrow showing the reader that while the road to redemption isn’t easy, it can be attainable when you have the right people helping you along the way. I already loved both Kit and Noah after devouring Rock Addiction and jumped to adoration with this book. Learning about Kit’s background and the steps she took to attain the status as an actress to be looked at in Hollywood was admirable and showed that she wasn’t, and isn’t, about getting a free ride. She understands how the system works and will use it to her advantage, but doesn’t go overboard. She is also a warm, loving and caring person who will give the shirt off her back for those she cares about and is loyal to the extreme to those who are loyal to her. Noah. I think chasing oblivion is an understatement when it comes to the choices that he’s made to quiet the demons of his past. There was quite a bit that I didn’t agree with, what happened with Kit being one of them, but he has his reasons and dear lord when you finally found out what he went through and it’s aftermath all you want to do is hug him tight and throttle those involved in it. But what we come to learn about the damaged guitar player is just how sweet he is. His loyalty to the guys in School Boy Choir and those he considers friends was already known, but his sweet, considerate and even vulnerable side make him someone that you’d go to the ends of the earth to save. Noah and Kit’s journey to their HEA is admittedly a long one. They were friends first and had an undeniable connection and chemistry with each other that hinted that there could be something more, but was squashed by the choice Noah made one fateful night, so what much of this book is about is the two of them becoming friends once more and moving forward. As I said, their journey is a long one and some may not care for the pacing of it, but I found it to be perfect for the situation that Kit and Noah find themselves in and shows once again why Ms. Singh is one of my favorite authors, she stayed true to her characters and didn’t rush their courtship and showed why they belong together. The writing, as always, was amazing! I don’t think there has been a book by Nalini Singh that I haven’t experienced some level of a book hangover upon finishing and Rock Redemption is no different. Not only do we get a beautifully written second chance-ish romance that shows that forgiveness and redemption are possible, but a nice little look into the life of a Hollywood starlet, a dash of mystery/suspense (I did try to solve it and failed miserably) and we get some quality time with the School Boy Choir gang and extended friends and family, which is probably my favorite part of the book outside of the H/h’s story. If you didn’t love Fox, Molly, David, Thea and Abe before, you will after finishing this one. They truly are a family. They push when necessary and are honest even when it may hurt, but no matter what they have each other’s backs. And while Charlie is only mentioned brief
AzureStrawberry More than 1 year ago
I can't say I am not biased when speaking about Nalini Singh's work. She is one of my favourite authors (if not The) and it's really impossible to be objective with her books. Nevertheless, if she is a favorite author of mine it also means she is really good, isn't it? Summarizing, I'm liking this series quite a bit. ;) From the first book you could clearly feel the differences between her other two fantasy series. You can't compare them because they are not only completely different genre, they are also build upon very different dept of plots. However, this is not a negative aspect. Still the reader needs to know that he/she is going to read something that is lighter even if Nalini (in this book more than ever) tells about difficult subjects and their consequences. The strenght of her books are her characters. Like I said speaking of Rock Courtship (David's short novella) every book makes you love completely its MC and, in the end, you can't decide which one is your favourite. This happened to me with Noah as well. I can understand why other readers of Rock Redemption said Noah was not their favourite MC from book one. His blatant betrayal of Kit was probably unforgivable for most people. It is unforgivable in most cases. Regardless, after reading his story I cannot help forgiving him. He is the perfect epitome of the hunted man. Anyhow this book is most of all a banner of women strenght because it is Kit who ends as the winner. Every word speaks loudly of her character. How she learned to deal with his weaknessess and helped him overcome his fears...always loving him. Even if I can't, from the death of me, decide which one of the books of this series is my favourite, Noah and Kit will always be one of my favourite couple because they fought for their love and their future. (it really seems I'm speaking about real crazy is that? XD)
dsubsits More than 1 year ago
Rock Redemption (Rock Kiss #3) by Nalini Singh Rock guitarist Noah St. John and actress Kit Devigny were friends with the potential for more until Noah purposely pushed Kit away. Now Noah has the opportunity to make amends to Kit by pretending to be her boyfriend to the media to aid their careers, in addition to helping protect Kit from a stalker. I loved Nalini Singh’s third book in the Rock Kiss Series, Rock Redemption! Once again, she wrote a phenomenal story that is awe-inspiring and meaningful. Singh’s characters are extremely well developed. Both Noah and Kit come from similar childhoods with financial well-off families. Neither sets of relations would be up for the parents of the year award. Noah has a scarred past that prevents him from forming a relationship, just using women for sex. My heart went out to Noah and everything he went through. Fox and Kit have been a great support system for him. He is a remarkable character. Kit is amazingly well balanced considering how flaky her parents are. She is thoughtful and a good friend. Both characters have a lot of depth and are likeable. Add in the rest of the band and their significant others and you have a great group of people that have become a family that would do anything for each other. The plot was exciting with many twists. The story flows well and is very believable. It is a story I did not want to end. I look forward to the next book in the series. Complimentary copy provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.