Review: ROCK by Kendall Grey

April 2, 2015 Guest Posts, Reviews 1 ★★★★★

Review: ROCK by Kendall Grey


Kendall Grey

Series: Hard Rock Harlots #4

Published on March 3, 2015

Genres: Adult, Erotic Romance, rock star romance
WARNING: ROCK is a no-holds- (or holes-) barred bisexual, polyamorous lust-fest for the senses. It contains GRAPHIC LANGUAGE and EXTREMELY EXPLICIT SEX. This book is not suitable for readers under the age of 18 or anyone expecting a realistic story. A strong stomach, an open mind, and appreciation for over-the-top, egotistical characters are a must. Best read after STRINGS, BEATS, and NOCTURNES.

If you’d asked me to describe myself a couple weeks ago, I’d have told you I’m Letty Fucking Dillinger—The Rock in your cock, the cream in your wet dream, the spunk in your junk.

I had everything a girl could want: A hot rocker boyfriend, fame, a nuclear cooter, a smart phone … The whole damn world at my feet. I worked my ass off to get where I am, and I have no regrets.

But everything changed when she exploded on the scene with the mother of atomic bombs strapped across her chest. She’s beautiful, talented, and holds the key to my future—my life as I know it—in her hands.

I hate her. I fucking hate her. Because she and her merry band of bitches made me do something I’ve never done before. They made me doubt myself.

Who am I?

I’m not sure anymore.
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Rock by Kendal GreyHoly flaming furburgers and disjointed dicks, this book – can I just tell you how much I love these characters? That’s the first important point, the members of Killer Buzz Float are freaking badass mofos that I want to spend some serious party-in-a-hotel-suite time with, hopefully when it’s one of their birthdays. They never get old. I could read 85 books about Letty, Shades, Eve, Rax, Jinx, and Toombs. They’re deep, well developed characters who are fun and funny, but who will jerk the emotions out of you like a dick on a short fuse. Second: Birthday Club. The first rule of Birthday Club is holy shit, Birthday Club. The second rule of Birthday Club is fuck yeah, Birthday Club. As if anyone needed a reason to party like itRock by Kendall Grey’s PornHub, the KBF crew make it their mission to make birthday wishes come true, including mine, because I so wanted to read every single line that was written in this book. On top of all the hotness and sexy and oh no she di’n’t, (hell, yeah, she did!) there’s Letty and Shades, my girl and her green-eyed deliciousness, dealing with some oh fuck. There’s a sweet love story here, and more than a little heartbreak to deal with. A little anguish, a little conflict, some bitches who need to be put down – you’ll have to read it to see how Letty and Shades make out in the end. Either way, you know it’s going to be a good ride, and there is no amateur hour writing in this book. That’s one of the best parts of a Kendall Grey book – craft, skill, and real talent.

Kendall Grey – this woman puts the panache in ass panache.

~Stacy B

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About Kendall Grey


Kendall Grey, word wrangler, whale warrior, wicked wench, and lover of tongue-tripping alliteration, was born without an off-switch between her brain and mouth. She’s been called the “Flux Capacitor of Twitter” (@kendallgrey1) and “A little package of love all wrapped up in F-word paper,” but she’s really just a maniacal writer relaying eyewitness accounts of the rave inside her head. She writes urban fantasy with strong romantic elements and also dabbles in erotica and horror on occasion.

Kendall lives off a dirt road near Atlanta, Georgia, but don’t hold that against her.


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