My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Excellent friends-to-lovers tale of Noah and Kit, two people who share a special bond until Noah f*cks it up, literally, when Kit walks in on him screwing yet another of his faceless partners for a night.
I liked the slow build of this story, how Noah has to re-earn his place in Kit's heart. She's not a limp dishrag, she's a strong, capable career woman, a rising Hollywood actress who has her priorities straight.
We all know Noah's severely damaged by trauma in his childhood, and it's not too difficult to guess the nature of the trauma, but Singh does an excellent job of fleshing out Noah's life so that his issues of trust become so much more real. The reader can understand why Noah needs Kit to be his friend long before Kit can see the depth of his need.
Rock Redemption is the third book about Schoolboy Choir, and each book has been fabulous. Even if you don't lean toward contemporary romance about tattooed bad boy rockers, give this series a try. Ms. Singh brings the heat and the beat to these tales of talented musicians and the women who love them.
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