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Wednesday, February 6

Review: Rock the Band by Michelle A Valentine

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Title: Rock the Band

By: Michelle A Valentine

Series: Black Falcon #1.5

My Copy: Ebook Copy from Author

BookWhisperer Rating:

five books

After Noel Falcon professed his love to the one girl who truly holds his heart in the palm of her hand, he decides to try his damndest to keep Lane Vance in his life forever this time. There’s no way he’ll let her slip through his fingers again without a fight.
The instant they are together Noel begins to plot a way to ask his headstrong lady-love to be his wife, but every attempt to pop the question is foiled by a string of mishaps that prevents him from the perfect moment to get the job done before he goes back on tour with Black Falcon.
Distance is a bigger challenge than Noel expects, and the one-eyed beast of jealous raises its ugly head when Lane takes on a job working on an ad campaign for Embrace the Darkness. With Striker—a man that’s made it clear in the past he’s very interested in more then her business sense—lurking around her constantly, Noel wants to claim Lane now, more than ever.

our thoughts finl Always Waiting For More! Noel and Lane offered an explosive journey in Rock the Heart. I was immediately in love with this story, and will be a fan for the duration. Rock the Band is a novella that falls between books one and two. Noel and Lane have had to overcome some pretty tremendous obstacles for this relationship, but it is proving to be well worth it in the end. This short story follows directly up to Rock the Heart, and will give readers just a little teaser for where the story is going. Lane now unemployed will be on a mission to build her own career, but the development over this short story predict a very dangerous future. This mixed with Noel’s finally discovering that home presents itself in a person rather than place will result in a risk of everything to keep what he holds dear. This was a powerful little story, and I am happy with the direction it is pushing the overall story. I will be biting my nails everyday until I have more. There is so much promise in these story, and I look forward to every minute we will get.

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