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    Day is one of my favorite heros.

    Dax Hughes -- classical music prodigy/Rock royalty Verity Moore -- disgraced pop princess, looking for a way to make a comeback Dax left his family and their classical music group to chasing love. When that didn’t pan out, he wound up in a bar listening to a rock band and discovered Shane, Landon and Jett. They formed Nothing But Trouble and set out to conquer the world. Verity was pushed into the spotlight by her stage-mother. Most of Verity’s experiences were abusive. She escapes the people controlling her and sets out to create a career for herself. Dax can see that Verity has been abused even though she never tells him about her experiences. Dax anonymously writes her the perfect song and they manage to record it together. The couple works through his distrust of all women (after being jilted) and her determination to take charge of her life and career. Dax manages to reunite with his family and inadvertently rescue his younger sister from a potentially abusive relationship. I picture Dax and Verity making beautiful music together. I loved the way Verity bonded with Delaney and Piper from Books 1 & 2. In addition to romance, girls need their BFFs. There was one issue in the Epilogue where I was confused as to someone getting a plea deal or a prison sentence, maybe because this read was an ARC provided by NetGalley for review. I look forward to what I believe will be Quinn and Jett’s story. Props to a hero who is able to hunt down the grandparents champagne flutes that were sold at an estate sale over 10 years ago. That act was enough to make Dax one of my favorite heroes. 4 Stars The book was provided by NetGalley for an honest review.
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    Awesome

    I loved the first two books in the Nothing But Trouble series but this one is my favorite by far. Dax and Verity's story is filled with emotion, passion, and a wonderful slow build romance. They each have flaws and pasts they can't outrun. The one thing they have in common is the love of music. Dax got his restart after dropping out of Juilliard. Now Verity's looking for hers. Will Dax help her along the way? This story will pull you in right from the beginning and keep you spellbound all the way through. Definitely a book and series I recommend.
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    This one you will not be able to put down once you

    Dax Hughes is amazing guitarist for Nothing but Trouble. But Believe or not Dax was raised to play classical music Dax fell in love with fellow musician & he follow her to Los Angeles where he met the band & found his now band mates… Dax has been around music his whole life. Course the man can basically play anything you put in front of him. Now years later & complete change of life Dax finds himself fall once again for another musician Verity Moore is disgraced Pop princess & now is in the process of rebuilding herself & her career. See she had been in the public eye for some time. Her last job was on music show for 3 year. In process of trying to become teen pop star her mother/manger pushed Verity to do just about anything succeed in her career. Verity try so hard to do whatever she could to please mother. That approval cost Verity high price, price her mother never seem to know….. Or did she know? It was roll coaster to say the least watching this two, both were struggle with their own secrets to bare… Together they climb that mountain .. Both of them having enough strength in their own way to help the other The book does touch on hot topic… with the #metoo movement, but I believe that Tara Leigh did graceful job with the subject. This book might be in a series, but I can honestly say you can read it as a standalone… Mind you I plan on going back & reading the other two books Books should be read in order: Book 1: Rock King Book 2: Rock Legend Book 3: Rock Rebel -------------------------- Happy Reading --------- Paulette Review
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    Loved Dax's and Verity's story

    4.5 stars Rock Rebel is the 3rd book in this author’s Nothing but Trouble rockstar series and this is Dax’s story. Based off the blurb, I mistakenly assumed that story would be predictable, but there were so many twists and turns that it was anything but. I found myself completely shocked by some of the revelations revealed throughout the book. Dax is the classically trained lead guitarist of NbT who is an alpha hero, but with a bit of vulnerability as his heart has been trampled on in the past and he fears getting involved with anyone in the industry. I couldn’t help, but love him. He was so kind, loving, and supportive of Verity. Verity is strong character, a survivor. She is trying to breakaway from her past as a child star with a ruined reputation and make it in the music world based off her own talent and merits. Both characters brought out the good in each other and the heat between the two of them was palpable. The each had their strengths and their flaws and this made them feel more relatable, likable. I enjoyed getting to read more about the characters from the previous books - especially Piper and I am hoping that Jett gets his own book. I also loved the extended epilogue. The author does touch upon the hot topic of the #metoo movement and it is evident that she did her research. She did a great job of addressing it in a nonjudgmental, respectful manner. Rock Rebel was an entertaining read with well-developed likable characters that moved at a good pace and had surprising revelations as well as a HEA with no cliffhanger. I received this book as an ARC and I voluntarily leave this review.
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    Great read

    I was given an arc in exchange for my honest review. This is the third book in the series of Nothing But Trouble and also the last. Verity Moore is trying hard to restart her career but not as an actress but as a singer. But she knows that it won’t be easy because she was a child actor who’s show was canceled two years ago. Dax Hughes is the guitarist for “Nothing But Trouble”, but he was also part of Classic Hughes before he left for California. Verity is trying to forget her past and focus on her own life and what’s to come of her relationship with Dax. Secrets and lies will come and could tear them down or make them stronger to overcome what comes.
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