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  • Loved it

    5 Star Review of Rock Rebel (Nothing But Trouble #3) by Tara Leigh This was my first book by Tara Leigh and I have no idea why that is and I found myself totally invested in Dax and Verity’s story. Dax Hughes is the lead guitarist of Nothing But Trouble (love the name), a bad boy rock star who once upon a time in a previous life was a classical music prodigy. Turning his back on the music of his past, he is doesn’t care what his family or others think, until he meets Verity Moore. Verity Moore is trying to make a comeback after a failed TV show and wants to do what she has always longed to do and that is to sing. The last thing she needs is to become involved with Dax. Both Verity and Dax have secrets which are best left alone. However these two are drawn to each other, through their love of music, even knowing that they should not be. What will happen when their passion ignites? Dax and Verity have pasts that will impact heavily on their current situation. Verity’s issues in particular may trigger reactions in some readers, so please be prepared. Tara Leigh handles these issues with care and compassion and I with impressed with how she wrote this story line. I really loved the chemistry between Dax and Verity and it was great to see their relationship move forward as they embarked on tour. Rock Rebel shows Verity that she is stronger than she knows she is and with Dax’s support she can be strong and successful. I liked that these characters were so realistic, they were easy to relate to and I so wanted both Dax and Verity to get their happily ever after. I enjoyed this book so much that when time permits I will go back and read the previous books in the series.

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  • rock star and pop princes

    The third member of nothing but trouble falls for the fallen pop princes Verity. The story is parallel with the previous so for those who had not read it, there are spoilers in this one. Dax and Verity have instant connection/attraction but at first, Dax is refusing to have anything with Verity. The time passes and Dax chose to be happy and to let past where it is in the past and start a relationship with Verity. Verity has some ugly past from her own who is messing with her had. Her happiness evaporates when a person from past knocks on the door. The story of Verity is really tragic from her mother and her relationship to all other things that happen in the industry. But it is great to see that she raised above it, a bit later but never the lass and help to raise awareness. I don't know if there will be the last book of the last member ob Nothing but trouble because I didn't like that there was mention of his relationship... but it is not to see. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly

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