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Rock Star Romeo

A Hero Club Novel
Length: 6 hrs and 35 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
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After nearly two decades in the rock-and-roll business, Jace Logan has seen and done it all. It’s been a long time since someone told him no regarding anything. Until her. She’s different. 

She’s gorgeous, sexy, and oddly familiar, but he can’t figure out why. When she shuts him down, she only makes herself that much more intriguing and he’s determined to find out more. What he discovers leaves him reeling. 

Eva D’Agolino is a single, successful working mother of twin boys, but she wasn’t always a paragon of corporate responsibility. Once a part of the rock-and-roll life herself, she traded in the glitz and glamor for her kids. These days, she prefers to live and work behind the curtain instead of center stage.

Denying Jace completely proves impossible, but she’s no fool. She’s already been down that road and knows how the song ends.

Can Jace convince Eva that he’s nothing like her ex, and that theirs is truly a love song for the ages?

©2020 Abbie Zanders and Cocky Hero Club, Inc. (P)2020 Audible, Inc.

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  • Misti Judkins
  • 05-10-2020

Eye roll!

I HATE, when the women is an absolute bitch, who does crappy things like leave the guy, when she has no freaking justification behind it . Then the writer turns around and makes the guy grovel, beg, and apologize, when the women is the one who should be begging and pleading that the guy forgive her... ugh. Totally could of been a fabulous book right up until the this author showed that she believes women are all that matter, and men should be weak and pathetic! Want to push forward women being strong, then write them as capable of admitting when they are wrong and show their strength as capable of learning instead of always playing victim..

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