The lovely Kelly D. Smith contacted me about a review for her third book, Rock Stars aren’t for Country Girls. It’s the continuing stories of the band Hooch in Hades in their romances. This installation brings in a country twist, adding a new element to the books. It follows the story of Anna and Adam and their musical journey together. I love doing indie book reviews and was greatly pleased with this installment.
Book Review: Rock Stars aren’t for Country Girl
Anna is an aspiring country artist who runs into bassist Adam by chance. He saves the day by filling in for her sick bassist. It’s a good beginning to show how nice he is and dispels Anna’s beliefs about rock stars. As for Anna, I admired her drive to achieve her music dreams. She doesn’t let anything take away her hope and ambition. Her and Adam have good chemistry. I like how he was legitimately being the nice guy towards Anna. The romance kicks up a notch when she decides to take it to next level. A woman led romance is always refreshing to read about. There was also a lack of immaturity in their relationshop that I enjoyed.
The pace of the book seemed faster than the previous installments. However, the progression seemed natural even with the speed. For those interested in the music industry, you get a better view into its workings in this book. There was also more cheerful moments in this book. I thought the scene where Anna meets her music idol was great. I mean, we are all fans of someone. She handles it a bit more calmly than most, but it was still funny. I felt like this couple laughed more than the other two. There was just so many new dynamics to this book that made it a great.
Overall, this is a good read for romance fans. It doesn’t take long to get through and you will laugh a bit throughout. I think most good romances should have laughter. Make sure you add this book to your romance or Valentine’s Day reading list.