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Wednesday, May 28

Review: Rock My Bed by Michelle Valentine

Title: Rock My Bed
By: Michelle Valentine
Series: Black Falcon #2
My Copy: Ebook for Review
BookWhisperer Rating:


Everything always seems to fall into place for twenty-four year-old Aubrey Jenson, except for when it comes to her luck with men. Bad boys always draw her in and crush her heart, and Black Falcon’s lead guitarist, Riff, is no exception. After sharing a few wild nights together, she leaves him behind, knowing a guy like Riff isn’t the relationship type, merely just a play thing. 

When she returns to New York, she tries to get the passion she felt in Riff’s arms out of her head by dating Isaac, a successful representative at Center Stage Marketing. Just when she thinks she’s forgotten Riff, she’s forced to see him again when her best friend, Lanie, ropes her into being a bridesmaid for her upcoming wedding to Black Falcon front man, Noel. 

Sparks fly instantly between Aubrey and Riff when they’re forced to reunite, and suddenly she finds herself caught between the man that’s good for her and the one who completely rocks her in every way. 

There are so many amazing books lately that have debut and sequel novels retailing the same story, but approaching from alternate angles. Rock My Bed was a wonderfully twist on this theory. Rock My Bed was the story of the best friends romance. Riff and Audrey take the fore front of this novel, but it is ran side long of the incredible story you experienced in Rock The Heart. So, like the alternate views in debut and sequel of the same romance this was second chance to see the original romance from a very different perspective. I was impressed by this delivery, and it added not only a new excitement, but it also added a bit of reminiscing. Obviously, with this complexity it was a very intense and powerful read. Everything that was felt in book one instantaneously returns, but with the addition of Riff and Aubrey. Riff turns from such a complete and utter ass to one of my favorite people. All of the additional detailed past, and the experience of observing him with Aubrey will turn even the most die hard Noel and Lanie fans will find themselves falling head over heels in love with his character. On the other hand, Ms. Aubrey is impossible not to love. She is very normal average girl just looking for love with all the spice of life that won't end up breaking her. This is a spectacular second book, and an incredible addition to this series.  ~BookWhisperer Reviewer Jax~



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