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    "You have my heart and I know I only need you."

    What woman hasn’t dreamt about meeting a rock star and spending just a little time in his world? The music, the lyrics, and the sexy eyes that make you feel giddy and out of your mind. The typical rock star is self-centered, egotistical and a womanizer who would never settle down. With “Kozart”, Ms. Nathan has given us a refreshing take on the usual angst filled rocker romance. Her hero is a thoughtful, sweet and extremely talented musician who lets his lyrics tell his story. He never thought about finding his soulmate because the random groupies he hooked up with took away his pain and were gone by morning. Until he met Aubrey. She was beautiful, smart and funny and liked him for the man he was, not because of his fame and fortune. Kozart couldn’t stop thinking about her and he wanted to find a way to make a place for her in his life. But would she even want to see him again? Her life was so different than his and he felt that he didn’t have much to offer her. Everyone he had ever felt close to had left him and trusting people did not come easy to him. No matter how busy his life was and no matter where his tour took him, he vowed to always make time for Aubrey. His musical soul came alive when he met her and he never wanted their song to end.
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    a fun rockstar romance

    Kozart is my first book by this author and it most certainly will not be my last as I absolutely loved this rockstar romance. The book had sweet, romantic moments with just the right amount of drama to keep the book interesting. Kozart aka Z Savage is not your stereotypical playboy rockstar, which is one of the things that I loved about him. He had a difficult past that will pull at your heartstrings and the author does a great job showing how his childhood affects his ability to fully trust people. Aubrey is a smarty pants and full of sarcasm - both qualities that I love. She is a country music fan and doesn’t immediately know who Kozart is when she encounters him at a hotel bar the night of her sister’s wedding. Given that her boyfriend cheated on her at her sister’s wedding, she carefully guards her heart. Kozart and Aubrey make a great couple and I enjoyed their flirtatious banter via text messages and in person as well as the sweet moments and the steamy moments between them. I also liked the secondary characters in the book and I would love for this author to give them their own stories. Overall, I really enjoyed this rockstar romance in that the characters were likable, the storyline was interesting, and the book moved at a good pace. I received Kozart for free and I am looking forward to reading more books by this author.
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    Best. Book. Ever!! Holy. Snow.

    5 ++++++++ Stars Review by Elizabeth Late Night Reviewer Up All Night w/ Books Blog Best. Book. Ever!! Holy. Snow. J. Nathan has had me hook, line and sinker ever since I read her book, For Crosby. Since then, anything she writes I have to have my hands on it as soon as possible. Kozart is no exception! Kozart is hands down my FAVORITE read so far for 2019. J. Nathan has written both Kozart and Aubrey’s characters so well that you fall in love with them from the moment you meet them. Kozart is this beautifully broken man who is barely making it through the speed of life when he meets Aubrey. Aubrey is his saving grace even if he hates to admit it. Kozart has had a rough life so trusting does not come easy with him nor does he do relationships. When he meets Aubrey by chance, he is thrown into a tailspin. He is living this rockstar life, so to speak, when this girl comes from outta nowhere makes him question everything. From the moment they meet, Aubrey begins healing Kozart and neither of them realizes it. I can continue on with this review and give you spoilers but I am not going to do that. I will say that if you have not read this beautiful wordy creation by J. Nathan yet, grab it now! It will give you all the feels. Be sure to have some tissues handy!!
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    I was entertained from start to finish.

    "Because he would break my heart. Maybe not purposely, but it was inevitable." As I've come to expect from this author, once I started reading putting the book down was no longer an option. She threw me right into the scene where Aubrey gets rescued by a rock star at her sister's wedding, without even realizing who he was. Even if he had told her, she still wouldn't have known who he was. I'm sure that's where the attraction started for him. How refreshing it must have been to not be groped by groupies but instead try to convince a beautiful girl that rock music is better than her beloved country songs. I must say, I was entertained from start to finish. The banter between Kozart and Aubrey was so fun. She didn't fall all over herself trying to please him, she threw sass, and he liked it. He felt like he could be himself with her, he didn't have to perform for her. But, once she learned the truth, would she still be interested? He was on a concert tour, and he couldn't stick around to see where things could go between them. So, best not to make any promises, right? I loved this story so hard. I'm smiling right now just telling you about it. I didn't want it to end. I don't know what the author has for us next, but I'm ready. The line forms here...
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