Author: Taryn Elliot

Average Rating: 5


Review: Rocked by Taryn Elliot & Cari Quinn

Posted 5 August, 2014 by Gabbie in Review / 1 Comment
Review: Rocked by Taryn Elliot & Cari Quinn

“He reached over and snagged a pepper from her cutting board. ‘Don’t make me cut off one of those precious fingers.’ Deacon grinned around a mouthful of red pepper. ‘I do love it when you threaten me in the kitchen.’ ‘You have weird kinks, big guy.’” “‘Keep it up, Harper.’ She slid her gaze over to his lap. ‘Oh, I intend to.’ ‘Jesus,’ he muttered as he come up too fast on a car in front of them.” “His jaw relaxed slightly. ‘I—’ She drove her fist into his belly. ‘Ow, dammit.’ She shook out her hand. He looked down at her with a single raised brow. ‘You don’t want me to hit anyone, but it’s okay if you do?’” I absolutely adore rock-star romances so when I saw this one of course I requested it. Rocked follows the story of Harper: a chef just out of culinary school hoping to scrape up some experience as a tour caterer. Harper is used to the band types—she grew up on the road with her roadie parents—so he knows all their smooth-talking tricks. But she didn’t imagine someone like Deacon McCoy, bassist in Oblivion, a band that is on the rise. Deacon’s pursuing of her is persistent and eventually Harper gives in. But the tour is coming to an end soon and they will be going their separate ways. But can they […]