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Monday, September 29

Review: Reforming the Rock Star by Christine Bell

Title: Reforming the Rock Star
By: Christine Bell
My Copy: Ebook from Publisher
The BookWhisperer's Rating: 

When Sydney Metcalf's bestie asks her to cater her wedding, Syd can't say no, even though the thought of going back to her hometown makes her break out in hives. She's off to a great start until best man and rock god Lazlo Stone calls with a request for her to cater the bachelor party too. Petit fours adorned with rose petals, she can handle. A cake shaped like boobs for the sexiest guy in the universe? She's not so sure. But this is the chance of a lifetime and she refuses to screw it up by being a prude...

When a sexy stripper dressed as a Plain Jane crashes the bachelor party, Laz is all about getting vertical and making some music with her. Too bad his stripper is really the caterer and the bride's best friend. After a kiss between them blazes out of control, he can't seem to stop thinking about sweet little Syd.

But everybody knows, life on the road and love don't mix...


I will admit that I really liked Sydney in this book.  She was just the perfect, classic beauty that wasn’t too sure if she was beautiful or not.  It is something that every girl might struggle with at some point in her life.  I think that moment when I realized what a great character Sydney was is when she jumped out of the kitchen window because she didn’t want to run into all the rock star guys and then ends up running into the main guy that she was trying to stay away from, Lazlo.


I will say that while the title states, “Reforming the Rock Star” I do believe that it is the exact opposite.  Lazlo really didn’t need to be reformed in my eyes; the reforming that was needed was for Sydney.  Lazlo really brought out a different side in Sydney than what the reader was presented in the beginning of the book.  They really were a beautiful couple.

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