Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Review: Lick

By: Kylie Scott

Rating: 5/5 Cogs


Waking up in Vegas was never meant to be like this.

Evelyn Thomas’s plans for celebrating her twenty-first birthday in Las Vegas were big. Huge. But she sure as hell never meant to wake up on the bathroom floor with a hangover to rival the black plague, a very attractive half-naked tattooed man, and a diamond on her finger large enough to scare King Kong. Now if she could just remember how it all happened.

One thing is for certain, being married to rock and roll’s favourite son is sure to be a wild ride.


 I was actually caught off guard by how much I enjoyed this book.  I love a good Rock and Roll romance, but honestly, so many of them seem to fade away into the same story over and over again.  This book stood apart from the rest of the mindless Rock romances.  Although there are some steamy moments, it's not based nearly solely around sex.  Ev and David are genuinely a cute couple, and the circumstances that cause their marriage is hilarious.  Under normal circumstances, I don't get into romances that start with a drunken marriage, but Ev pays her dues in this book, and stays away from the alcohol, showing that it was just a one time lapse of judgement with comical and permanent rewards.

The character development is well done and it's easy to feel involved with all of the characters.  Ev is a strong female lead, and I enjoyed reading through her eyes.  Even being married to a big shot rock star didn't slow her down.  She was able to stand her ground not only with her husband, but with her family.  

This is a great read that anyone who enjoys a rock romance should watch for!

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