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    3.75 stars--Rock Steady by Dawn Ryder

    3.75 stars---ROCK STEADY is the second installment in Dawn Ryder’s contemporary, adult ROCK BAND erotic, romance series focusing on the members of the rock band Toxsin. This is guitarist Matthew James ‘Ramsey’, and tattoo artist Joan ‘Jewel’ Ryan’s story line. ROCK STEADY can be read as a stand alone without any difficulty. Any important information from the previous story line is revealed where necessary. Told from dual third person perspectives (Ramsey and Jewel) ROCK STEADY follows the band on tour but more importantly Ramsey’s need for ‘his’ personal tattoo artist on the road. Following a one -night stand wherein Ramsey does not remember getting an inappropriate tattoo, our hero finds himself in desperate need of a cover up before the band heads back on tour. Enter Jewel Ryan, a graphic artist and tattooist whose ink will turn heads, and get her more notice than she could possibly bargain for. What ensues is the building relationship between Ramsey and Jewel, and Ramsey’s denial about his feelings for the woman who calls to his heart. Ramsey is a bit of a man-whore; a bad boy; a player with the ladies, and in this he continues to dally on the side while trying to woo Jewel into his bed and his life-not really a commitment kind of guy, he is constantly having to apologize for wandering outside of his non-relationship with his travelling tattoo artist. Jewel, on the other hand, is an innocent when it comes to men and $ex, and she is all too willing to forgive and forget every time Ramsey strays. Our heroine is an independent woman who finds herself in a position for which she is totally unprepared. The $ex scenes are intimate, intense and erotic. Ramsey is a rock musician whose need for $ex is only curtailed by the woman by his side but he has a difficult time remaining true. NOTE: There is no sexual activity outside of the relationship but Ramsey is a little too free with the ladies. ROCK STEADY has a large ensemble cast of characters including all of the members of the band, and their entourage as well as groupies, wanna-bes, and previous one-night stands who try to make life a living hell for Ramsey and Jewel. Toxsin’s body guard Taz’s story is next to be told. Although some of the premise is not quite believable (the band’s need for a personal tattoo artist on the road), I did enjoy the camaraderie between the members of the band and their crew. The premise is entertaining and enjoyable; the characters are charismatic and animated; the romance is a struggle but ends with a happily ever after.

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