Rock Chick Redemption

By Kristen Ashley

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★ ★ ★ ★ ★
chelsea soulier
I have now read the whole series but I must say this book was one of my favs! The characters were funny, endearing and realistic! Families, got to love them! Annette is a hoot, Roxie makes me laugh out loud and I just love Hank.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Love. Love. Love.
What a super fun book. It was fast paced and had me gasping out loud. I adore Hank and all the badasses! (He reminds me of Mitch Lawson from Kristen Ashley's Law Man). He knows what he wants and doesn't mess around. With the Rock Chick series, I'm missing the classic epilogue that this author is amazinggggg for. Great read. Major fan!!! :))
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
john avery
i just regretts that i have no more rock chic books to read, dam they were all good, all of them, i wish the author wrote about the girl that's in the bookstore that wrote about all the Rock Chicks in the news paper, give her her own love interest, also why isn't that black hotty guy and why doesn't Shirleen and why not the mob guy and and the one the Rock chick story continue.
it will be great daughter of a cop with the mob boy, yummy, anyway i want more stories. thanks a loyal fun.
Fairytale Come Alive (Ghosts and Reincarnation Book 4) :: Deacon (Unfinished Heroes) (Volume 4) :: For You (The 'Burg Series Book 1) :: With Everything I Am (The Three Series) (Volume 2) :: Rock Chick Reborn (Volume 9)
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
I have to admit that I've been hooked on the Rock Chick books since they first came out. The fact that they are written by my daughter-in-law has little to do with it. They are page turners and will keep you up until the wee small hours to finish them. They can be a bit rich for some tastes but the plot and pace are fast and thrilling. Don't miss the opportunity of a good read.
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
I’m pretty much repeating my review of book two since it all still applies with a minor adjustment.

This is turning out to be a very fun series. I love that the same group of people are in each book. I love that the men are all the gruff, manly men who are dangerous but very protective of their women. The women are outrageously fun, crazy, quirky characters that are keeping the men on their toes. I love their antics and how much trouble they keep getting themselves in. And last but not least, I love the side characters who are adding to the overall chaos of the storyline.

I know I've already mentioned this but it's worth a second mention...I like that all the men are big hot and very alpha. I love that so far, it's the men chasing the women. Call me old fashioned but I want to see the man go after the woman. I even like that the women are resisting BUT I do wish it was toned down a bit. I enjoy some resistance by the heroine but throughout most of the book.

I'm looking forward to the next crazy adventure in book 4. Oh and I'm listening to the audio books and the narrator is fantastic! She is adding so much to the books with her interpretation. I highly recommend the audiobooks!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
*I'm reviewing my own personal copy for Wicked Reads*

About a year ago I finally found my groove with Kristen Ashley (The Mystery Man series) and have since, devoured any and all books that I can!
My journey started with Rock Chick - which I liked, not loved, but had to see what Ms.Ashley was all about. Then I tried Rock Chick Rescue and again I wasn't really that impressed. (Please don't hate me, I just didn't enjoy Jet & Eddie's story.)
FINALLY I get to Rock Chick Redemption. OH MY GOODNESS > THIS is why people absolutely ADORE Kristen Ashley! This book is my absolute, hands-down favorite [so far] in this series.
Hank is a man of the law, brother to Lee Nightengale, and just as Alpha but he has a softer side and he's just my ultimate hero.

Roxie is on the run, she's trying to get rid of her old-life (and ex-boyfried) and figures maybe her Uncle Tex will be able to help. She doesn't plan on meeting Hank, she doesn't plan on laying roots..
I love her. She isn't the typical "Oh, he likes me - I can't be good enough, I'll leave" heroine. She has a brain, and she can and will take care of herself...until she can't.

Together they're fantastic, you can feel the chemistry from their first meeting right up until the end of the book. It's authentic, it's funny, it's sweet but yet there is action and adventure. The whole gang is involved and I feel like I'm sitting in Fortnum's just watching the story unfold.

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this story, and more specifically, Hank and Roxie.
~Wicked Reads Review Team~
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
christina esdon
**I read and reviewed my personal copy for Wicked Reads.**

I am in love with this series. Ms. Ashley created a world I would love to be apart of. Every time I think oh so and so if my favorite character I open the next installment and BOOM another favorite. Hank surprised me, though. He seemed docile and quiet in the first two books (or maybe it felt that way because I was focusing on Lee and Eddie) but Hank is anything but. He's a take charge kind of man. He's takes care of what he thinks is his.

“Belonging to me doesn’t mean I’ll make you do anything, it just means I consider you mine for as long as this lasts. It means I protect you, it means I take care of you. For another man, it might mean something different. Don’t confuse me with another man.”

Roxie is on the run from her somewhat ex-boyfriend. She ends up finding her uncle "Tex" she's never met. Tex is an amazing character, he's so lovable. Getting mixed up in this crazy bunch is the best thing to happen to poor Roxie.

Hank can definitely make anyone swoon. He's tough, sexy and has the coolest dog ever.

I can't wait to see what's next for this bunch.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
laura l
Rock Chick Redemption

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This series gets better and better with each book!
"And furthermore, I loved clothes (well, I loved designer clothes). Mom said I wore my designer threads like armor. Dad said if they were armor, they weren’t working because they acted more like a magnet."
That is just the beginning of the humor in this story. It gets better and funnier as you go.
Great Read!

November 22, 2017 – Started Reading
November 22, 2017 – Shelved
November 24, 2017 – Finished Reading
November 27, 2017 – Shelved as: 1-ntr-share
November 27, 2017 – Shelved as: kristen-ashley
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
Another great addition to the series! I love how with each new book, we learn just a smidgen bit more info on the Hot Pack/Hot Boy Brigade aka Lee's PI guys and other cops that hang out with the Rock Chicks. It draws you in and makes you want to know more right then and there!

There were things I liked about Roxie: sweet, appeared to be able to keep it together in a crisis, was a fun and nutty woman!
The main thing I didn't really care for: she would say she wanted one thing (even though in her head she'd really want the opposite) but allow Hank to do whatever then be upset/argue with him. That got old real fast.

I loved Hank in all the other books and was so excited to read his, but he pissed me off mainly. Don't get me wrong, he was sexy, possessive (but not TOO possessive), and sweet. The thing that kept pissing me off was when Roxie would state "I want to go to Tex's" (or anything else along those lines) he'd completely disregard her and do what he wanted. I get he wanted to keep her safe and all, but when a girl states something multiple times (like on their first date when she wanted to go home to Tex's), you don't just disregard her and her feelings. Maybe she wasn't comfortable staying with him or whatever. (Perhaps it was just me thinking this. Others may not mind it as much as me).

Another thing I noticed (and I saw it-well didn't see it technically- in book 2 as well) was a lack of an actual declaration of love. I look forward to those sweet declarations and was bummed not to see it in these last 2 books. Granted, the couples had only been together days or weeks, so I guess I can understand not stating it right off the bat as other stories do.

Anyway, even with those few complaints, I still thoroughly enjoyed the book! I caught myself laughing several times throughout the story! I just adore all the old characters and new ones we meet! Time to jump into book 4, Rock Chick Renegade!
★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
lori cope
Spoil Free Review

Rating: 3 Stars - Liked It
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Heat: Hot - Fan Yourself
Purchase: Nook

This is my third attempt in Rock Chick series and at least Rock Chick Redemption was more an enjoyable read for me. I actually liked Roxie. I felt bad for her dealing with her crazy ex., but I still had a few issues with her character. I am starting to see a trend with the Rock Chick main Heroines as they love to push the hero away time and time again. But I feel like I really get no reasons why they do so. I understand why Roxie would not want a relationship with Hank especially after having to deal with a crazy ex. I adored Hank as he was your typical KA hero. Protective, loving and caring.

The problem for me in Rock Chick Redemption is when it is good it is freakin fantastic especially with her crazy ex. Love those parts and of course with the help of KA sexy, alpha males. But when it is bad it is the worst especially when it came to the "Hot Bunch". The parts with the gang and all their crazy personalities are dragged out. I get this crazy group of friends are a main part of the series but really could of done without a lot of their nonsense rambling. I felt the scenes dealing with her ex and even some scenes with her trying to cope with her feelings with Hank were intense and was loving every minute of it. But then I am slapped with a new scene that is with the "Hot Bunch" and was just crazy stuff that is suppose to be funny. I have read many novels that are intense but still have a bit a humor in it and loved it. In Rock Chick Redemption the humor and craziness that was going on did not flow nicely.

I feel like something is wrong with me as I am not connecting with this series. Everyone I know seems to love this series. Everyone does have different tastes as there are may novels I have loved, others did not and vice versa. I am going to give Rock Chick series another go. If Book 4 does not catch my attention I will take it as a series just not for me.

Originally posted at Wickedly Delicious Book Blog
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
savvas dalkitsis
Rock Chick Renegade which is book #3 in the Rock Chick Series is where this series picks back up again. Like I said in my review for the second book Rock Chick Rescue... This series is definitely going to have it's ups an downs. This one? Definitely an up.

Again we go on a journey of feisty girl meets hot alpha boy and as usual, they are hot and ready for each other from the start. Again as usual... there's some drama involving bad people and again... the hot alpha guy tries to keep the feisty girl alive and out of trouble.

The recurring theme is getting a little dreary at this point, I'm not going to lie. In fact I'm going to have to take a break for a while. Even though this book was way better than the previous one, it's just too much of the same shit different day situation.

A lot of what happens is on repeat. There's always a party, there's always a guy hurting a girl, there's always unbelievably hot sex and there's yet again bucket loads of running, crying, arguing and stubbornness. All this with just name changes and a different kind of threat.

Overall it's a great book. If you read it on it's own (which you can, even though you shouldn't really) its a great book. If you read it in the series order, it's an exhausting book.

I'm glad this book had Hank though. Hank was my favorite right from the first book and I was looking forward to his love story. Again I'm a little peeved that there were no declarations of love. The first book so far is the only one that's got it... the previous one and this one don't... and it does bug me.

Again with the no bathing in the evenings... it's a weird thing for me, like I've mentioned before. I did like Roxie... she's cute and she's a web designer... so what's not to like... we are the best kind of people hehe...

She did annoy me when she would ramble on about nonsense but I didn't find myself skimming through this book. I actually wanted to read it from start to finished, which is different compared to the previous book which I did skip through a lot.

Other than that, there's not much else to say here. It's better than the previous book and may well be better than the first although Rock Chick #1 had a better flow as far as I was concerned. I'm definitely taking a break from them for a while, because these woman are starting to freak me the heck out!

You can read more reviews on my blog: Coffee, Books & Lipgloss (coffeebooksandlipgloss.blogspot(dot)com)
★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
Bound to get a Ms. Ashley book I didn't like and it was this one. I gave it 3 stars because I liked reading about the rest of the group but it was more 2.25-2.5 stars.
I found Roxanne annoying. I've read several of Ms. Ashley's books now and have enjoyed almost all of them. I get that she likes pet names and even tho I find the "honeys" some what annoying, they don't actually bother me. The "whiskey" pet name was just annoying AF and irritating to read. I actually ended up skimming a lot of this bk. I hope this was a one off and will enjoy the rest of the bks in this series
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
This is my favourite Rock Chick so far. Roxie and Hank are a compelling couple together and as individuals. The story starts at 100 mph and doesn't let up to till the end. You could think this too fast, but the pace is perfect and I was committed to the ride from start to finish. The Rock Chick series hits the humour button perfectly, with witty banter between the many characters, old and new. Equally, it clicks into poignant and serious dialogue and takes your breath away.

Roxie has been with the baddest bad boy, Billy, for seven years. She's been trying to extricate herself from this relationship for the last few years but to no avail. She started planning her escape plan some time ago. This plan brought her to Denver, into the land of Fortnum's, Uncle Tex and the couches full of hot men. Hank's whisky eyes catch Roxie immediately, but she can't afford any more complications. The drama is exciting, the dialogue is pure entertainment and the characters make you want to magic Fortnum's to life. I even loved the dog.

Reviewed for Jo&IsaLoveBooks Blog.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
This is the third part in the Rock Chick series.
This books are getting beter and beter,the style that Kristen Ashley has suits me really good. I was reading this book a few days, and i was sad when it finished. In this book you get a lot of fast romance, action and interesting hilarious dialogues.
Hank is Lee Nightingale's older brother who is also a cop. He is trying to protect Roxie and she is kidnapped right out of his house by her crazy ex boyfriend.
I like how those books are lined toghether thru the first original Rock Chick with Indy and Lee. The story is just geting more interesting by every book.
I dont want to give any spoilers, so i really recommned you to read this one, i liked more then the second part with Edie.
I wonder what does Kristen Ashley have in her sleave for the next ride?
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
Rock Chick Redemption is about Hank Nightingale and Roxie Logan. Roxie's on the run from her ex boyfriend and on a mission to meet her uncle and bring him back to her family. Trouble catches up to her and the Rock Chicks and Hot Bunch jump in to help. From the moment Hank sees her he's smitten and determined to make her his.
This one didn't have as much action or shenanigans as the last couple of books however it is still entertaining and a fast read.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Well this is book 3 in the Rock Chick series and starts up about 48 hours after Rock Chick Rescue left off.

Roxie has been running from a bad relationship with Billy. She's been with him for years and considered herself in love with him. He filled her full of hope and promise but the promises turned out to be largely false and she has been trying to leave him for years. Every time she runs, he finds her and takes her back. Now Roxie has run to Denver, more specifically to Fortnums, to find good ole Uncle Tex (who, incidentally, is my most favourite secondary character in a series ever).

As she walks into Fortnums, the Hot Crew are lazing on the sofas and she takes one look at Hank and it is love at first sight. He spots her and feels the same way and the very next day, they are on their first date. It's deeply romantic with horse-drawn carriages and tears and they spend the night together. The next morning we have this scene..............

"Tell me one thing, are you in danger?"
I lost my scowl and felt my body begin to melt.
He was worried about me.
Billy had taken a sledgehammer to the door and he'd put his arm to my throat, once. Even after years of me running away and more than a year of no sex, he'd never raised a hand to me after the arm incident. He was intense, that was for certain, but every time I pretended to escape, he brought me back by talking me into it (or, at least, I let him think that).
I didn't think I was in danger. I was just trapped.
"I'm not in danger, I just have... a situation. I'm fixing it," I told Hank.

Hank believes her and takes his dog out for a walk but Roxie is in danger and the story roars into life from this moment on and you'll need to hold on because it's another Kristen Ashley roller-coaster breathtaking ride.

Of course, Roxie doesn't consider herself good enough for Hank. She's sees him as a straight arrow, a cop who only sees in black and white, right and wrong and she considers herself tainted by her association with Billy who was into some serious bad business that Roxie was in complete ignorance of. Hank calls her on this constantly and just won't let her get away with it.

Funniest moment of the book - Hank getting Mombombed!!!

We have all the usual crew in attendance. Lee and Indy with Indy, as usual, getting into trouble. Eddie and Jet still arguing but mostly loved up. Ally and Carl, still dating. The mysterious Jane still wafting around the aisles of the bookstore. Tod and Stevie outrageously trying to plan a totally OTT colour scheme for Lee and Indy's wedding. Daisy and Shirleen, larger than life and of course Tex, who is still seeing Jet's Mom, and we learn a bit more about him in this story.

The Hot Crew are all there, mostly Vance and Luke, who has recovered from being shot way back in book 1. I fell a little bit in love with Luke during this one and can't wait for his book.

It's another great romantic suspense story from Kristen Ashely and I've been trying to pinpoint exactly what it is that I love about her books. All the scenes come vividly to mind and the characters seem so real, they almost jump off the pages and I think this is tantamount to the descriptive writing. She sure knows how to set a scene. The plots are far-fetched, the heroes wonderful but unreal but I think it all boils down to the fact that she just has a natural God given talent at story telling and I am enjoying every second.

5 stars - romantic suspense.
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
nora cassandra
It all started with a stupid plan, a crazy sorta ex and one nutty uncle.

Hank aka Whisky, is a dreamy hunk of all woman loving man. He is the guy that is always there, always standing up for what he believes and willing to die for others. He follows the rules, stays on a certain path, till a woman walks into the bookstore and throw his path into a curved potholed trail.
Roxie, running from her want to be ex has come to town to hide out for a while and visiting her nutty uncle for the first time. She surprises him at the bookstore and views the Colorado Hottie brigade sitting on the sofas. All of them she finds hang her mouth ope gorgeous, but one of them the one with whiskey colored eyes leaves her tingly down under.
Hank wastes no time on getting her to his bed. He felt the same thing she did at the bookstore and her is a persistent man when he wants something. She being Miss, Self Depreciation Girl, goes through the "I'm not good enough for him". "He's so white and I'm so dirty"...blah, blah, blah. Yes, it did irk me, thank you. He does not give up, she doesn't either. Things get really hairy when the stupid ex-ish shows up and brings all kinds of trouble to town. The boys lock and load and scramble to save the girl. She does a few more stupid things, there are a couple of TSTL moments. Even so, I liked her and loved them as a couple. They are one fun crazy couple.
The rest of the gang pulls out all the stops to keep this girl local. It is fun, fun, fun to watch them interact and screw up. The families are a worst nightmare/ best dream concoction and totally hilarious. I think I laughed more in this book than I have with a book in a long time. I can't wait to start book 4, bring on the Vance !
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
By far, hands down, my favorite Rock Chick book and my favorite leading man of the Rock Chick series. This book had so much more insane drama, crazy family members, more detailed and intimate moments between Hank and Roxie that it has become the top of the tops in this series.

Hank is my kind of man in so man ways. First, he just goes for Roxie, all out. When he gets her in bed, he tells her that now she is his and her problems are his to take care of and will keep her safe. But, holy crap, that part when he goes for a run and Billy breaks into his house and kidnaps Roxie was just SO insane that I couldn't not put down my book even though it was way past my bedtime. I had to know what was going to happen; I had to know that Hank was going to kick Billy's teeth in for even thinking about touching Roxie. However, my heart sank into the deep, dark sea when Hank didn't call her after she was rescued by Vance. I think I slipped into a small, minor depression. And let me just say, this all happens in the beginning of the book so there is so much more that take place after these events.

I felt that the reader got more background on Roxie than we have in the previous books for the main female leads. To me, this made me connect more with Roxie and I felt stronger about every situation that she was put in. I loved that Roxie is Tex's niece and that they start to build this wonderful connection between each other when she rolls into town. I also loved getting to read more about Luke. I am going to love his story when I get to it.

The one theme that I see in this series is that none of these women want to start a serious relationship with the men at first; they are all very hesitant. The men, however, know immediately that this is their women, end of story. All I could think of while reading these three stories is "why in the world would any woman say no to a relationship with them? I mean, they super sexy!"
~BookWhisperer Reviewer MC~
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Rock Chick ~ Roxie Logan, a woman on the run from her crazed ex-boyfriend who won't let go. Roxie is a fashionista, a web designer, a nut. She was smart - except when it comes to dangerous situations - and determined to keep those around her safe.

Hot Bunch Hero ~ Hank Nightingale Hot Guy Move ~ Hank Conversations, in which he can pretty much talk Roxie into going along with what he says. If that doesn't work, he has Four Kisses, each serve a different emotion, all leave his woman dizzy. And the Eyes...intense, angry, lazy (ie sexy), and smiling.

What I Loved About Rock Chick Redemption
HOLY CRAP, I loved Hank. Good guys are my weakness, particularly when they're as protective, loving, sexy, and badass as Hank. Hank was pretty much done for the moment he laid eyes on Roxie. He just had to show her that they were meant to be together. Roxie doesn't feel worthy of a man like Hank. A stalker, a kidnapping, a car chase, standoffs, and a crazy family all play a big part in Rock Chick Redemption, and I loved every moment.

Rock Chick Redemption has MORE TEX! So much more Tex, and I loved every moment of the big, crazy guy's story. We also get more Daisy and Shirleen, which always promises a good time. Indy, Ally, and Jet are all there in support of their new friend. Lee and Eddie are still hot as ever; Vance and Luke play a big part in the story, too. I was most excited to meet Annette. My husband has been talking up Annette for months now, and she was even crazier (awesome) than I expected.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
I'm slowly making my way through the Rock Chick series and I absolutely love it. I am a huge fan of series that follow a different couple in each book. With this series, you get to meet and experience the relationships between eight couples. Rock Chick Redemption follows Roxie and Hank's journey! :)

As I wrote in my review notes, Roxie is running from her `piece of shit' boyfriend (Australian terminology knows no bounds; you'll get used to my strange sayings). Billy won't get the hint that it is over between them. She finds herself in Denver, Colorado to visit her Uncle Tex, who she has never met. For those Rock Chick fans, everyone knows and loves Tex. I think he is pretty damn awesome!

Upon her arrival in Denver, she runs into Hank and is instantly attracted to him but fights it because she is technically still with her ex. Hanks advances turn romantic and she becomes overwhelmed because no one has ever treated her like that before. I felt like Roxie was the most independent in the Rock Chick group and wanted to sort out her problems alone.

It's not a Rock Chick novel without some violence, a kidnapping and a whole lot of gunfire. I think the hardest part of reading the Rock Chick series is figuring out which one of the guys is your all-time favourite. Between Lee, Eddie and Hank, I want them all! **SWOON!!!**
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
Roxie realizes her ex-boyfriend is bad news and she has to get far away... She decides to go to her ex-con uncle Tex's home in Denver, CO. She thought this would be the safest place to go since she's never met him, but she's been corresponding with him through letters since she was a young child. No one would think of looking for her there. Through the letters with her uncle, she's gotten a glimpse of who Tex's group of friends are. To some extent she already feels she knows all the people at the bookstore/coffee shop where he works. The moment she steps into the shop, she attracts the attention of Hank, the whiskey-eyed police officer that could tell she was in trouble from the get-go. She intrigues him, but also raises his protective instincts. When trouble finds its way to Denver, Hank and the other friends of her uncle close ranks to protect her....but are they too late??
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
I started this book at 730pm. Stopped for 15 minutes to slurp down noodles for dinner. Then proceeded to continue reading. Despite the fact that I was supposed to be drawing up charts.

But a book that made me laugh like a maniac not 10 minutes into it is going to get my attention until the end. It's 1130pm and I'm finally done. And my sides are aching. So are my cheeks. The ones on my face. I know that I'm going to be laying in bed thinking about the book and giggling to myself in the dark like a loony.

Gosh, I thought I liked Rock Chick but I freaking love Hank's and Roxie's story! I've got to get me a Hank!

There was sizzle all over the book. Sizzle between Roxie and Vance, between Luke and Roxie and of course, between Hank and Roxie. The sizzle made my knees go weak.

And the fact that Roxie got sucked in playing Diablo - I freaking love Diablo! That made the book even more super than it already is. I love it when the girl gets to play video games and is not ashamed of it!

And Annette is freaking hilarious! The words that come out of her mouth, I need someone uncensored like that in my life.

And conversations! I'm pretty freaking sure that I'm going to grin everytime I hear this word. Conversations.

Great book! I needed it after such a long and unfunny day.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
rowan beckworth
I keep saying it but KA made the Alpha male. Once again she gives us a hot alpha that is the right amount of swoony and bossy.
Redemption is Roxie and Hank's story. Roxie is Tex's niece (who we met in previous books). Tex is hilarious, Roxie is strong-headed and adorable.
KA's gift is not only giving the BEST Alpha males, but she creates strong women that you want to be and be friends with.
Roxie tries to fight Hank every step of the way, while completely falling in love with him and the rest of the crew.
HILARIOUS parts, where I couldn't help but stop reading to laugh!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
This book took ex's not wanting to let go to a new level. This book had me appalled at what this ex did. This book had my heart doing double time at Hanks single minded focus to make Roxie see she is his. This book had me laughing just about threw the whole thing. The Rock Chicks are without a doubt the most crazy, loyal, loving and hilarious group of women I have ever read about. So, sooo glad I am reading this series.

You can't help but fall in love with each and everyone of these characters. From every single Rock Chick to everyone of Hot Badass Hunky Alphas. To the new characters that come with each book.

This book was filled with a lil bit of violence, romance, loyalty, friendship and lots of laugh out loud moments. One scene caught me off guard and had me laughing so much my eyes were watering and ribs hurt. Think this one is my favorite so far of the three I have read.

I would highly recommend this series.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
edna henke
4.75stars really - BHFH's get Denver under control again!

Back to basics and lovin' every letter of it. I decided these guys are just big handsome freakin' heroes! Much laughter as Roxie McAlister finds her way to Loveland with BHFH Hank Nightingale.

These two were good together and they might be my favorite so far. The story itself lent itself well to the talents the boys exceed in. Roxie had such a hard time leaving her ex and convincing him it was O-V-E-R! (Maybe he couldn't spell) and he brought those troubles to the attention of the "I am not taking your crap" Nightingale boys & company by deciding he would teach her how wrong she was no matter what it took. That tension and palpable danger had the pages flying by quickly and left me wanting more, more, more. To be fair more was delivered, we had more up close with Nightingale investigations, more from the parents, more people to add to the universe, more Tod & Stevie, more Smithies, more Tex, more great one-liners and insight. Ms. Ashley has not expanded the universe for the use of one book, but builds upon those locations by using them again and again for the later installments. Also of note the storyline was so tight, believable and a perfect platform to bring Hank front and center. (For me it also underlined many differences for the treatment of Eddie's story.) The nicknames were cute and fit both of the personalities great.

I hate to gush, but there is nothing else I can do for this entry. My one issue is the same issue I had with the first book and that is the free use of "Bitch" for a laff.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
abby bozman
Rock Chick Redemption is book 3 in the amazing Rock Chick series by Kristen Ashley.

In book 3 all the gang is back together and we get to enjoy a fast paced, yet suspenseful and always hysterical story.

Roxie needs someplace to go to escape a bad news ex-boyfriend, Billie. She travels to Denver to stay with her uncle Tex (who by the way has been in every book, and he just keeps getting him) for a while. This is where she meets Hank. Hank is by all descriptions a sexy headstrong guy who just happens to be a cop. Roxie is attracted to him, but figures he is too good for her. She feels that she is tainted because of her association with Billie. When Billie shows up and kidnaps Roxie from Hank's house, all bets are off. He will do anything, and I do mean anything to keep her safe and keep her in his life.

Roxie doesn't feel like she needs any help. She can take care of everything on her own. The only thing wrong with her plan is that no one agrees with her. This includes her parents and her best friend who show up in town and just add another layer of humor to this story. I love Roxie's parents. Their banter back and forth and their arguments were classic.

This book is a never ending adventure. We get car chases, kidnappings, shootings, riots, strip club action, haunted houses and in-between all the drama we get to watch a true love story develop.

Hank makes Roxie understand that whatever has happened in her past, is just that THE PAST. It has nothing to do with their future.

I love the writing style of Ms. Ashley. The tempo and description is spot on and even though some of the scenes are predictable you still get plenty of suspense, mystery and humor.....Now on to book 4.
★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
Ashley is one of my favorite romance writers. She can make me laugh out loud, frequently, and has me turning pages quickly. In fact, I have only read 5 of Ashley's books because they can produce such a mood swing for me from down to happy, I hoard them and only dole them out to myself when I need an emotional fix. The combination of self-deprecating humor, zany heroine, hot guys, and wild, crazy and dangerous adventures remind me of Evanovich's novels, only sexier.

Rock Chick Redemption had the usual craziness: the damsel in distress, the quick to become a boyfriend alpha male, the looney tunes group of people who work in, or hang around, Fortnum's bookstore who then become her friends and defenders. There are no slow parts in Ashley's books.

In this novel, our h, Roxanne, has finally managed to escape her criminal boyfriend and seeks out her uncle Tex at Fortnum's where she meets cop Hank who falls for her. However, she doesn't want to endanger anyone (her boyfriend is still after her) and is ashamed of having been involved with such a loser so she wants to get away from Hank and the Fortnum group. It's up to them to rescue her and Hank to convince her to stay. It's all a lot of fun as usual and hot and sexy as usual.

My Ashley favorites are the original Rock Chick with Indy and Lee (which I recommend reading before any of the other Rock Chick books) and Mystery Man. But I enjoyed Rock Chick Redemption a lot.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
harlin jugpal
I must admit that I had been putting off this book for some time as I just wasn't that keen reading about Hank Nightingale. He had made appearances in both the previous books and he came across as a good guy not a bad ass like the rest of the hot squad, however I was wrong Hank is bad ass and HOT! Just what you want and expect from a KA hero. Roxie our heroine in this book is a great character too but there was one little thing that niggled me about her and that was her always thinking she wasn't good enough for Hank which got a little tiresome in the end.

I'm not going to go into detail about the book because the usual happens in this book as do most of KA's books with kidnappings etc but I don't care I love it. The Rock Chick series is fun, it has plucky heroines and extremely hot alpha males. The characters appear in every book and I feel like they are my friends now. It is even making me to visit Denver. Are the guys there really like they are in the book? If you live in Denver maybe you could let me know.

There is always a happy ending so even when you get to a tearful bit you know that everything will work out good in the end....I hope this is always the case anyway. I don't know what I would do if things turned out bad. If you want a fun thrill of a book then please try this series. I absolutely love it and I'm going to give Rock Chick Redemption 5 stars.
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christine laliberte
I did love this book even with Hank been my lease favourite Hot Bunch Guy.
These books are so much more then the rock chicks they are all about lee's guys and guys in each family as well. Roxie and Hank suited each other straight away and I love the 'conversation’ they have much like Eddie and jet ‘talks’. Really loved Annette would love to know more about her and Jason.
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4.5 stars...

I love Hank and Roxie!

Rock Check redemption is a book filled with laughs and hot alpha males! You just know what you get when you read a Kristen Ashley book. I love them and her writing style.

She just sucks you in and you just need to put all other things on hold until you finish the book. Awesome read...totally worth picking up.

Roxie rolls into the coffee shop looking for her uncle but who she finds is Hank. Boom sparks fly immediately! I love me some hot fun lovin' alpha males! Hank is awesome!

Soon Roxie's trouble (ex boyfriend) catches her and the craziness begins.

I love the banter between the characters. The closeness and family-like friendships of the group, They are all super funny and loyal. Great fun, sexy read!!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
heba salama
Roxie is on the run from her ex-boyfriend who won't take the hint that it is O-V-E-R and ends up in Denver to find her uncle Tex who happens to work for Indy Savage in her coffee shop. Hank is Lee Nightingale's older brother who is also a cop. He is trying to protect Roxie and she is kidnapped right out of his house. There is some dark violence in this book. But with Hero's like Hank, and all Lee's guys from his Nightingale Investigations you get sucked in and hold your breath to the very end. I love Hank and Roxie together.
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sean ciullo
This is my favorite Rock Chick edition so far. Hank & Roxie go through the signature adventures that have so far been a part of this series, but there is a lot less angst in their relationship than w/ Indy & Lee or Jet & Eddie. Roxie's internal battle of "I'm going to taint him/this group" isn't quite as annoying as Jet's internal battle (seriously, I wanted to like Jet more, but she just ticked me off soooo much!). I sympathized with Roxie's situation a lot.

And HANK! Oh good gracious, I adore him. : ) There was also a lot of Vance & Luke in this one, and I'm looking forward to reading their stories (does Luke get a story?!). This is definitely on my favorites shelf. : )
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
stephen soukup
Roxie has a plan to leave her ex-boyfriend Billy who cannot take a hint. Towards the end of that "genius" plan she runs to her Uncle Tex in Denver. She meets Hank Nightingale and its instant for the both of the. Hank doesn't mind being patient to obtain what he wants especially when it comes to Roxie. Roxie doesn't want her stink to get all over her new friends and Hank so she tries her hardest to keep them at arms length.

Kristen Ashley (in my opinion) can do no wrong when it comes to her writing and her characters. She has always been the go to when it comes to fun, light hearted, sexy story....yes they are the same story line...girl is in trouble...guy saves girl...guy and girl fall in love....but who doesn't like that kind of feel good story!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
ben mattlin
OMG ...... if you are reading the reviews to decide whether or not you should read "The Rock Chick Series" ... then dont waste any more time umming and ahhing about it. You MUST buy or download these books!! They have EVERYTHING in them and will have you roaring with laughter from the start to the finish. I can honestly say that I have not been able to put them down (thank GOODNESS I have been able to download the next book after I finished another one - it would have killed me to have to wait around for the next installment of Rock Chick and serious Hot Bod drama!!).

I can also honestly say that if Kristen Ashley carried on writing about these characters forever, I would carry on buying them.

Brilliant Books ...... so what are you waiting for ..... BUY, BUY, BUY (but prepare to put your life on hold whilst you READ, READ, READ) :)
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
shalon bull
Ahhh, Rock Chicks, don't we all want to be one! This series was AWESOME!!! You know we love anything by Kristen Ashley, this was my 2nd favorite series. In this series we meet some super uber alpha males, along with some kick ass rock chicks! We are introduced to some of the best music and beside the alpha males and rock chicks we meet some stupendous side characters.

One of my favorite things about Kristen Ashley series is that we meet the same characters in each book. We may be mildly introduced to one character in a book and then later in the series we can get to know them on a more personal lever (hehe). We also get to follow along with past characters and know what else that have going on after we finish their book. This helps to close doors and answer unanswered questions, I LOVE IT!!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
asphodel sternberg
This is one of my favorite series! I have read these books 3 x now... anytime I want romance and humor! This one has a lot of humor since it has Roxie who is Tex's niece..this should already explain a lot and Hank, Lee's brother. Another Rock Chick in trouble trying to handle it on her own... she needs help and get that from the Cops, Rock Chicks and the Hot Bunch. Another great adventure with a humor and romance.. read it!!!!
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
This is Hank's story. What's not to like? Of course I liked it, it's Kristen Ashley. She doesn't know how to write a bad book!

Things were pretty straight forward for Roxie and Hank. They fell for each other immediately. Unfortunately, Roxie's trying to shrug off her bad-news boyfriend. And he's not taking the hint. And Roxie has some self-image issues just because she's been with him so long and feels like 10 kinds of an idiot for it. Add to that Hank being a cop, and I can understand why she would think he would look down on her once he finds out about her ex. This series has an amazing supporting cast that definitely deserve a little shout-out too.

Another great read in the Rock Chick series. You just can't go wrong with anything by this author!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
carole gaudet
I thoroughly enjoyed Hank and Roxie. Roxie was closer to Indy in terms of spunk, and I immediately connected with her in that way. Hank was also done really well, the perfect blend of sweet and alpha. Once again the action and story is over the top, but it's so fun and the dialogue (internal and external) so fabulous, that you can't help but be drawn into the story. I really liked that the "bad guy" was a bit different, especially how the author presented him in the final showdown. This series is definitely on my reread, fave series list.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
edward trimnell
I absolutely love K.A. The "Dream Man" series was the first series that I read, and then the "Chaos" series, and now I'm hooked completely on any and everything this talented woman writes. This book was a wild ride! Those "Denver Boys" don't play!!

First of all, I can see where her male characters are all pretty similar. I don't disagree with that because I couldn't help but notice that Mitch Lawson is another version of Hank Nightingale, and both of them are spin-offs of Chace Keaton. Just like Tate Jackson is another Sampson Cooper from "Heaven and Hell" (which was not in a series by the way) with a few changes made. Tack Allen is also similar to Tate Jackson. Raiden Miller is mixture of Tate Jackson, Sampson Cooper, and Hawk Delgado. Knight Sebring is another version of Tack Allen and Parker "Shy" Cage.Hawk Delgado is just another mixture of Lee Nightingale, Eddie and Hector Chavez, and Lorenzo "Ren" Zano. The same could be said about Ty Walker from this series being another spin-off of Sampson Cooper as well. Luke Stark reminded me of Jacob Decker. My point? As a faithful K.A. fan I really don't care because her stories rock, either way. I love how all her characters are intertwined and at some point they all cross paths during her stories. That takes some cohesive, brilliant, writing skills to accomplish that.

This book is about Hank Nightingale, the brother of Lee and Ally Nightingale, who is also a cop. This book starts off with Roxanne Logan, who is Tex's niece, and if you read the other books you know who Tex is. Roxanne, is on the run from her low-life, drug-dealing, abusive ex-boyfriend when she runs to her uncle for an impromptu family reunion. Upon her arrival she meets the "Hot Bunch" which includes, Hank Nightingale. Hank, is smitten with Roxanne immediately, and he doesn't waste any time letting her know it.

I'll be honest, I couldn't stand Indy, and she's the one who set the stage for the heroines in this series. I mean....she was just annoying, she wouldn't listen to Lee, she kept getting herself into unnecessary situations that placed Lee in a position to constantly have to save her life because she just would not listen and sit down. On the other hand, Roxanne was just a victim of circumstance. In other words, she was defiant to a certain extent, but a lot of her situations she genuinely could not help. I really felt the abduction scene from Hank's house. That was really powerful to me.

With that said, what I really dug about Roxanne's character, for me, was that underneath Roxanne's keen fashion sense, style, and high maintenance appearance was a broken, insecure, and traumatized woman who is in need of a hero. Roxanne was very vulnerable, she needed Hank to make her feel sexy, to make her feel safe, to make her feel loved, to make her feel worthy, to make her feel beautiful, and to make her feel wanted. I think a lot of woman can relate to those types of feelings every now and then.

This is another book with a strong alpha-male lead. My only complaint is that Hank was strong, but you can tell he was tamed in certain areas of this book. Lee and Eddie, the heroes of the first two weren't tamed at all. Don't get me wrong, it's not a bad thing, it just made Hank an all around nicer guy.
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
anne bentley
I have mixed feelings with this one so I think I'll break it down:

The pros:
* I loved getting follow-up's with all the characters from previous books
* It really had some funny moments
* This book, like the others in the series, was really fast paced - lots of action and never any dull moments
* Well worth its current price listing of $3.99

The cons:
* The characters are starting to feel too similar - the hero and heroine remind me far too much of the hero/heroine in other 2 books in this series
* The repetitive word use - "Holy Cow" on every couple of pages annoyed me - It got to the point that I cringed every time I came across it - And let's not forget "Good God" - these phrases were used so much that it damn near ruined the read for me.
* It had a major insta-love feel to it
* I didn't really care for Hank that much and I'm usually a huge fan of alpha males - he just never really had much to say and when he did it was rude, bossy and demanding. He was too "caveman" for me. I never really found that his character had much personality.

Overall, I liked it but didn’t love it. I'm sure I will still continue this series though because I do like the characters for the most part (even the secondary characters are strong) and it is some funny sh_t.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
leslie m
In the third installment of Kristen Ashley 's Rock Chick series we meet Roxie (Tex's niece). Roxie suffers from "bad boy syndrome" (and seriously who doesn't at some point?). She's ready to move on from her mistakes and is determined to handle the situation on her own. Totally understandable (in my opinion). I mean, how else do you get your self-respect back? Not to mention the embarrassment that comes when you know you've made unintelligent choices... Most of us want to prove (not only to ourselves) that we're not stupid and that we can make smart choices and learn from our mistakes.

Hank (Whiskey) is HOT!! He's a good guy and he's a cop (sworn to protect).... He's also a very determined man who knows what he wants and will do whatever necessary to get it. Proving to Roxie not only that she's not bad or that she deserves more in life is a challenge he's more than prepared to take on.

Once again, the gang from Fortnum's keeps us on our toes. This tight-knit group simply sucks you in. They are hilariously funny...heartwarming...and filled with all kinds of drama!! Kristen Ashley is a genius and has developed a group of people that you actually feel part of...and as always, she leaves you wanting MORE!!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
maral sa bazar
I loved the pacing of this book in the series. It wasn't dragged out. Ashley's Alpha males are just that... Hot and Alpha. This book was a fun romp and probably my favorite out of the three I've read so far. I look forward to the rest of the series. I blame this author for me being tired today, since I stayed up until 1 AM to finish it. I couldn't put it down!
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rakel sveinsd ttir
I knew I was going to like this one, after reading the first 2 of the series. I was really wanting to read more about Hank after the first book so I was really excited not to have to wait any longer! This book continues in a great small Colorado town with gorgeous women and a lot of alpha tough sexy men!
Roxie is Uncle Tex's niece that is running away from an abusive boyfriend, she does not wan to be with but who will not let her go without a fight. Hank is good guy, a cop that sees only in black & white, Roxie doesn't want to be saved by Hank but Hank wants to protect her. With lots of twists and turns! Lots of crazy characters you can't help but love!
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
jamie baker
Another rollicking ride with the rock chicks. I love anything written by Kristen Ashley and this was a another great book. Hank is a hot, alpha male cop and falls for Roxie the first time he meets her. Roxie is running a away from a crazy ex boyfriend. The only thing I didn't like about this book was at times, Roxie got on my nerves. She didn't have a lot of confidence and wasn't sure about Hank. Hank never gave her a reason to doubt him, but she did. Overall this is another fast paced, quirky read and it was fun catching up with the other rock chicks.
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
denise o hagan
Loved it. Not surprised.

But why can't the female in these stories just accept that they have been chosen by perfect hot adorable men and deal with it. We would all be so lucky to have a good man like Hank..or Luke for that matter or Vance fall in love with us and want to claim us forever. Geesh!

And now onto Vance.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Here we go again. It takes a strong woman (Roxie) to handle a man like Hank or any of the "Hot Bunch". A man of the law he seeks justice and not afraid to meet crime head on. But when his woman is in the middle of kidnappings and car chases, it is the Alpha in full mode protection going after those that dare to hurt what is "His". Oh Roxie doesn't know she's Hanks. Are you getting it now? Yes, possessive alpha hot hunky men....I Love Kristen Ashley.
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
So maybe this series isn't totally realistic- but its definitely enjoyable. Plenty of action, some lust and some love, hot alpha males and some laughs. i love the connection between the characters in this series, the loyalty. in the first two books in this series, i thought Hank seemed a little dull- well, at least compared to the other guys. He definitely isnt.
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mohamed bakier
WOW! I thus far have loved all the Rock Chick series but this is my fav. So looking forward to reading them all. This author - Kristen Ashley - is a DELIGHT to read as far as this reader is concerned. All of her books have really suited me, she is a fantastic writer! Read all of her series.
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j brown
This is a fun fast paced read. I am really enjoying the series, in fact I put the remaining books on my `to be bought' list for next month (I have a monthly budget and this month's is spent). The main characters are all beautiful people but you like them anyway because they are also funny. If you don't care for the f-word, be warned as it is dropped frequently throughout the story but it can be overlooked. Start with the first in the series and take the crazy rock chick ride, you'll have fun.
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behzad behroozan
I wasn't a huge fan of Hank by hearing the details of him in the previous books. I thought I wouldn't like this book and boy was I surprised to have fallen for Hank. This series just keeps getting better and better. I have already searched and found most of the other books KA has wrote outside this series because I just know all of her stories are going to continue to make me laugh, fall in love, scream at the characters and break my heart all within the 700 pages each time. Exceptional talent from this author.
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I've been listening to the series one after another, as I have enjoyed the series. By the time I was 3/4 way through with this one, the repeated inner debate dialog of "He is to good for me" got REALLY old. Since Jet had that inner dialog a lot in a previous book, my reaction might be a combination of them. The ladies always lying to the guys, and the guys always knowing they were lies got old, too, since this is the relationship between every couple so far in this series. While I enjoy the series, I dont recommend reading them one after another.
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soliman attia
I love the men of Denver. And these men certainly have their hands full with their women. I loved the chemistry between Roxie and Hank, although the relationship moved a bit too fast for me. Once again, this book has it all...romance, drama, action and humor. It's a fast paced read and I can't wait to continue with the series. I love reading about new characters and getting to revisit old ones.
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mustafa darwish
There is nothing I don't like about this series. Roxie and Hank are perfect for each other. He's a serious cop and she's flaky and funny. As usual nothing is simple with these two but it's so much fun to read.
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sameer hasham
Roxie was my absolute favorite rock chick. I could definitely hang with her, swap stories, outfits and SHOES! I usually lean toward bad boy heroes... but Hank proves that even the good guys can curl a girl's toes! I agree with some of the other reviewers that this 3rd book is better than the first 2. This surprised me because I wasn't all that fond of Hank as a character in the first 2 books... he just didn't float my boat. But pairing him with Roxie definitely works!
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katie knapp
Hank and Roxie's story takes us on another fun rollercoaster of great humor, drama, action and not to forget the belly fluttering romance! This one of the most addictive and best series I have read in a long time. Kristen Ashley is a great writer and one of my favorite. Her stories have depth, drama, humor and beautiful romance. I love all the characters and feel that they all add something to the stories. She is one of the few authors whose stories are worth every cent!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
I absolutely love the Rock Chicks. The books are a good blend of hot man, reluctant woman, screwball romance and are well paced. The stories pull you in. I love Colorado, as a skier I have been to all the resorts, but the Rock Chick books make me want to visit Denver and see if the locations in the book exist.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Another fab book from KA!!! Each book in the series gets better and better. We still have hunky guys, rock chicks with serious attitude, laugh out loud moments, and general mayhem. This book and Hank and Roxie were terrific!!! We even got an adorable chocolate lab, new hot guy Luke, and a better look at Shirleen. I'm lovin' every moment spent reading these books!! Next up, Vance and Jules...can't wait!!!
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jack keller
Ive read a lot of books but the Rock Chick series of books are most fun I've ever had between the pages. I get to laughing so hard that I have to calm down before I read on. Then the very next line can set me off all over again. Too much fun! Kristen Ashley is the BOMB!
★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
The romantic moments are great but the Laugh out loud moments are even better. Tex is back on the scene and he is as real and lovable they come. Now that we've met him, we can hope he stays around for the next book in this series.
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jenna lowe
Domineering, irritating hero who doesn't understand no means no, submissive, spineless heroine.. I hated this book. Can't believe the author who came up with characters like Lee and Indy has come up with such characterization.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
kristen dinardo
Hank and Roxie! Love these characters! I wish I could hang out with them at Fortum's or Have a drink at Brother's!

Kristen Ashley has a way of making the characters come to life and you just are THERE with them as they deal with their troubles all while finding themselves in love!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
This author is freaking awesome. Each and every one of her books totally ROCK!!! Highly recommend anything written by this author. All of her books are sexy, fun, and totally enjoyable. Each series is well worth the read!!!
★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
anna jade
Still on the fence, the whole thing is a little over the top but I am enjoying this series. The stories are somewhat formulaic and the whole female side of the clan seems to do nothing but party and get into trouble by doing stupid things but they're a fun group. Soldiering on...
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
mariann davis
I'm so glad I was started on Kristen Ashley! What great writing! I loved the humor and storylines from the Rock Chick series. Every book got better and better. Loved all the characters and each personality! LOVE! Must READ! 
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
sadeghi 1363
We love Kristen Ashley, and this series is vintage KA. Sassy, snarky heroines who will occasionally make you wanna choke em, kidnappings and bad guys galore and a whole slew of heroic hotties.

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★ ★ ★ ★ ★
james hutauruk
Kristin Ashley has quickly become my favorite new author! This series is a laugh out loud crazy ride. Everytime a read one of these books I feel like the next one couldn't possible be better...and they always are! The hot bunch and rock chicks don't disappoint!!!
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
seneca thornley
This is one of my favorite books of the series. I've read them all and this I have read more than once. It is an exciting book filled with all the crazy, weird and wild you would expect from the rock chicks.
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kayla meyer
I wanted to like this book, but the series has been really hit and miss for me. The first one (Rock Chick) was a lot of fun, and the second (Rock Chick Rescue) I enjoyed even more, but I just couldn't get into this one at all. Hank and Roxie were both rather boring and Roxie, in particular, I found just insecure and irritating. I couldn't understand why any man would be into her with her stupid neediness and 'high-maintenance' thing going on.

She and Hank will go on to live in the suburbs and be completely vanilla and middle aged by the time they're 35.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
mark abbott
I had been a fan of Kristen Ashley... but this book is my fave so far from the books I read. I super love the characters in this one (Roxy and Hank). I enjoyed it more than the Jet & Eddie's story.
★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆
jeffery hess
I realize we all read romance because we are guaranteed the nice happy ending with the perfect couple that reality does not always provide but come on! It still has to be a little realistic. The guy practically fell in love with the girl at first sight and went all cave-man on her from the beginning. So far all three Rock Chick books I have read have been that way. The first one is the only one I really liked because the couple had really known each other their whole life so it didn't feel weird that the guy was all on her right away because really he has had years to develop those feelings. But it feels weird and rushed when the interest is there so strongly from the beginning and they just met. For me at least it took away from the story. Realistically most women would be creeped out by a man who comes on that strong. And true our heroine is put off by this but as a reader I was too.

I also felt like the book was just too long. I lost interest in the story line long before it ended. I remember being halfway throught the book and wondering where else can this story go?? As I got closer to the end, I realized I had just read alot of fluff. I really didn't feel like the story was worth the 600+ pages it got even if they were in size 40 font. Having said that I did like all the characters and the men are sexy. They take the term alpha man to a whole new level which unfortunately sometimes is a little too much.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
lynn peterson
The more you get from this author, the more you LOVE and adore her and her zany characters! Just the dedications on the first pages tell you what a sensative, thoughtful and humerous woman she is and then you open to the first page of the story and you're off on a most fun and engaging adventure. By the time you're at the end, you're more than ready for the next one!
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