Saturday, March 22, 2014

review: Rock It by Jennifer Chance

On Sale: March 04, 2014
Pages: 240 | ISBN: 978-0-553-39095-7
Published by : Loveswept

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.

 About Jennifer Chance:

Jennifer Chance is the award-winning author of the new adult Rule Breakers series. A lover of books, romance, and happily-ever-afters, she lives and writes in Ohio. You can find her online at, on Facebook at on Twitter at @Jenn_Chance.

Jennifer Chance is represented by Alexandra Machinist of Janklow & Nesbit Associates.

My Thoughts - 

Rock It is a quick, easy read and full of wicked sexcapades.  Lacey and Dante hit it off from the start and things never got dull between them.  I like the idea of the story and the characters are interesting. 

Lacey is gaga over Dante and got a job specifically with her current company because of him.  She is/was his ultra fan.  I think she needs to tell Brenda to "suck it" and maybe grow a pair.  Dante has been everywhere and done everything.  He's growing up now and is looking for more than a one nighter.  I think I would have liked to hear more about how Dante wants to make a different kind of music vs. his having groupies dancing under the stage during a show. 

I didn't connect with the characters on a deep level, but I still really wanted them to end up together.  I also felt that the ages should be adjusted to fit the characters, they're early twenties but feel more like early thirties.  I felt the book was a bit rushed and really should have been a full length novel, with maybe a more dramatic conflict.  Great job - maybe we'll hear more about this couple in the future!!


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