Review – Rock With Me (With Me in Seattle #4) by Kristen Proby

The heat and passion, the emotional struggles that Leo and Sam deal with flow off the pages. This is the type of writing that Ms. Proby has given you in Rock With Me. ~ Shey, Guilty Pleasures

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Front Man Leo Nash from the world-famous rock band, Nash, is the last person on earth Samantha Williams would trust. She’s already learned about loving a celebrity the hard way and isn’t signing up for another lesson.

Every time Sam gives Leo attitude, he wants to knock that chip off her fragile little shoulder. What the hell did he ever do to her, anyway? He’s not used to women treating him like he’s poisonous, and he isn’t about to let her run away every time he gets close. He’s had enough of people running away to last him a lifetime…when this one runs, he gives chase. But, catching Sam isn’t as hard as he thought.

The sexual attraction between them is so thick, Sam can practically hold it in her hand. There’s no way she can deny herself the promise of pleasure being with Leo would provide.

But, pleasure always comes with pain and when secrets are revealed and trust is challenged, who will run and who will chase?

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No two people could have been written more perfectly for each other than Leo Nash and purestdelightawardSamantha Williams. A man submerged in the limelight and a woman that wants absolutely nothing to do with it. Kristen Proby literally rocked my panties off in Rock With Me!! Leo, Leo, Leo *sigh*!!

Leo and Sam had an instant connection a chemistry that was so thick you could cut it with a knife but Sam doesn’t do celebrities, been there done that even if Nash is her favorite band and Leo is a Rock God, not going to happen. Leo wants Sam but he doesn’t do relationships and for some reason the “ice queen” gets under his skin. Although he and his band is on a break from touring he knows it’s stupid to even think about getting involved with Sam but there is something underneath the “ice” that just calls to him.

Leo and Sam have so much more in common than they think she is afraid to trust and he is afraid to open up but once these two are together there is no stopping it they are so f’in perfect together! They freaking heat up the sheets and let me tell you Leo not only rocks it on the stage but he rocks it off as well. HOT.HOT.HOT!!!! That man is pure S.E.X!! Not only that but there was just so much more to him as well he cared so much for his sister Megan, even if she wasn’t sister by blood, he had been taking care of her for years. His love for each member of his band they were a family not just musicians playing and he wasn’t in it for the money or the fame but for the music and the fans.

Even with all her issues Sam was such a likeable person. She was smart, sassy and didn’t put up with anyone’s crap and fiercely independent. She cared so much for her family and the Montgomery family by extension even at her own expense. Yet, Sam kept to herself as much as possible so she wouldn’t get hurt. For someone as strong, smart and beautiful she felt her worth wasn’t as great as those around her and she couldn’t have been more wrong. It took a rock star to open her eyes and show her just how valuable she was not just to him or those around her but to herself as well.

Kristen Proby has written a series about a family of love and loyalty and with each book she brings it out more and more. You become part of the family, part of the circle of friends and you forge a connection with each one. The chaos the love and the infectious laughter of the Montgomery’s but also you feel the love and the bond that Leo has with his band mates and their families.The heat and passion, the emotional struggles that Leo and Sam deal with flow off the pages. This is the type of writing that Ms. Proby has given you in Rock With Me.

5silver-stars

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5 thoughts on “Review – Rock With Me (With Me in Seattle #4) by Kristen Proby

  1. Thanks for sharing your review – I’ll have to look this series up

  2. Great review, I’ve put the first book of the series on my to-read list (the rest will follow 😉 )

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