Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Review: Rocking Kin by Terri Anne Browning

Rocking Kin 
by Terri Anne Browning

From USA Today bestselling author Terri Anne Browning. 

With one promise her life was changed… 

Saying goodbye to my mother also meant saying goodbye to my life in Virginia. After reluctantly making a promise to my mom, I was California bound with the father who I haven’t seen since I was four years old. I was miserable living under the same roof as my step-monster and the two step-bitches from hell. My only saving grace? Lucy Thornton, daughter to Demon’s Wings’ drummer, Jesse Thornton. Without her friendship—and her odd rocker family taking me in as one of their own—I was sure I would have lost my mind after the first week. 

A blast from her past… 

I never thought I would see Jace St. Charles again. Honestly, after the way he’d broken my heart, I would have been just fine without having to see his face for the rest of my life. With Lucy’s close friendship with Harris Cutter, owner of the hottest new club in SoCal and Jace’s new boss, I was forced to see that damn face often. Forced to see the way every girl seemed to trip over themselves to get close to him. 

A second chance? 

Being tossed into one situation after another with Jace made it hard to fight the fact that I wasn’t as immune to him as I wanted to be. But, damn it, I was only human and he was hell bent on winning me back. 

Rocking Kin is the third book in The Lucy & Harris Novella Series. 

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With Terri Anne Browning you can always expect a great book. And no one does rockers like she does.

I loved Kin's sassy personality. She reminded me so much of myself. Fierce but a very emotional person. A caring heart but don't take any BS.

Jace really made me mad. At first I didn't like him. But after a while, he grew on me. I can't wait to read more about them.

Lucy has always been one of my favorite characters. I admit I jumped head first into this series by reading this book first. So I am going back to see how this series started.

Over all it was a great read. Give it a try.

Jackie πŸ’œ 

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