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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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    4.5 Stars - Great Read!

    Rock Rebel was not your traditional rock star romance and I really loved the story that Tara Leigh delivers to bring Dax and Verity together. Verity Moore was everything I love in a heroine. She is strong and determined; she knows the value of family, but she also knows that sometimes tough love is the only kind that can work; she has been knocked down but she isn’t afraid to get up and try again; and she us determined to make the best choices for herself, not the ones to please others. Dax Hughes is so much more than a rock star. He’s been burned bad in love and he’s determined not to make the same mistakes again – mistakes that he still hasn’t cleaned up, but until he meets Verity he’s never had the motivation to set his life straight. He’s strong yet sensitive and even though he fights his feelings for Verity once he finds out who she is, once he’s in he’s committed. Dax and Verity were a great couple. Their chemistry was instantaneous, but I loved the way their relationship took more time to develop into anything real. There was such a great push and pull between these two, which sometimes doesn’t work for me, but knowing what Verity needed to do and realizing that Dax needed to come to terms with his own issues, having these two orbit around each other before finally giving in to each other made sense. There is some real sensitive content addressed, and I appreciated how the author was able to tell Verity’s story in a way to make her even stronger and not be a victim. And I was right there with Dax , standing with Verity as she faced her past…even knowing that Dax was also staring at a part of his. This is my first book from this author and I enjoyed her writing style and dialogue. And even though this is book 3 in the series, it can easily be read as a stand-alone. The extended band/friend group helped tell Dax and Verity’s story, and I need to go back and read the first two books to see what I missed. This is definitely a book that should appeal to anyone, rock star lover or not. The only caution would be the potential trigger found in Verity’s past, but again, the author does a wonderful job telling her story to portray strength and not victimization – well done Tara Leigh!
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    TRUTH!!!

    I was waiting for Dax and Verity's story for a while, while reading Rock Legend you could tell there was something going on between the two of them and if there wasn't there should have been. Well, there was because this story takes place along side part of that book. Each book in this series can be read as a standalone but I feel you will enjoy each of the stories more if you read them in order, that being said I do not feel that you will be lost if you do not read the first two books in the series. If you don't know the meaning behind the word Verity, here it is: TRUTH! ver·i·ty /ˈverədē/ noun a true principle or belief, especially one of fundamental importance. "the eternal verities" truth. "irrefutable, objective verity" Verity's truth is a hard one so please be aware if you have triggers, her truth follows along the lines of the #METOO movement and it might be hard for some to read about. Dax and Verity are perfect for one another but please don't think it was an easy road for them because it really wasn't there was a lot going on but this is a spoiler free review so you'll just have to read the book to find out what happens. Just know that there is an HEA at the end of it all. While I have enjoyed and even loved the other two books in the Nothing But Trouble Series, Rock Rebel is my favorite. I love a good book boyfriend which Dax is but Verity is one strong, kicka$$ woman that really made the book for me. If you have been abused, or know someone who has, I know it's not an easy choice whether you choose to stay silent or come out the choice is always a difficult one - just know there is help out there. Your local place or worship, a police station, the hospital, the community center, there are even places online that can help even if you don't want to turn the person in, just to have someone to talk to about it can help a lot. Be Safe, Be Well, Be Loved. Happy Reading!!! **I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Readers Copy of this book**
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    Engaging

    I was happy to learn the third book in the Nothing But Trouble series was out because I have enjoyed reading these engaging, feel good, rock star stories. This story is about Dax, a classically trained musician, who is now the lead guitarist for the group, Nothing but Trouble. Dax meets Verity when she is hired to be the group’s opening act. Dax is immediately attracted to Verity, but knows he shouldn’t get involved with anyone he is touring with. Verity is a pop princess with problems trying to claim back her ruined reputation and make a comeback. She is a talented actress and singer but her stage mother has made her life miserable. Verity is trying to take control of her life and break away from her domineering mother. I found it easy to connect with Dax and Verity and I loved the chemistry between them. They have survived in a world where everyone wants to take advantage of them. They are both vulnerable, have been hurt in the past and don’t trust easily. They help each other gain confidence and feel better about themselves and are perfect for each other.
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