by Nicole S. Goodin
Series: Rock Games, book 1
Genres: Romance, Contemporary, Adult
Release Date: September 30, 2017
Purchase from: Amazon
My Rating: ★★★★★
“This is Shelly Corbett, reporting to you live for HDN news, I’m outside ‘The Jett’ nightclub where we have reports coming in left, right and centre that serial womaniser, ‘the world’s gift to music’ – Parker Sloan, has set his sights on a mystery redhead. Breaking footage has revealed the talented musician carrying the unknown woman across a crowded nightclub, and later kissing her passionately in the street. Could it be that Parker Sloan is finally off the market?”
When Parker sees something he wants, he goes for it. The moment he lays eyes on Charlotte, he has to have her. ‘No’ isn’t a word Parker has heard for the past five years, and he doesn’t have any intentions of starting now.
Charlotte Watson has already had one devastating brush with fame, and she swore that was enough to last her a lifetime.
Will she have what it takes to resist the self proclaimed ‘sexy rock star’?
I really enjoyed Paper, Scissors, Rock (PSR). I was really surprised by a couple of the plot points, even if I found the last major one an unnecessary twist. I enjoyed the arc of Parker and Charlotte’s relationship. It was fun seeing his nice side come out.
Hannah and Charlotte’s relationship made me wish I had a bestie like that. They have, in my eyes, the ideal female friendship.
There were emotional highs and lows to the story that really take you on a roller coaster, but it’s a good one, and the epilogue ties everything up with a nice little bow. PSR was well worth the read.
About the Author
Nicole S. Goodin is a romance author and mother of two from Taranaki in the North Island of New Zealand.
Mid 2015, she started to write about a group of characters who wouldn’t get out of her head. Her first book, Rushed, was published in mid 2016. Nicole’s most successful book to date is her rock star romance, Paper, Scissors, Rock.
Nicole enjoys long walks on the beach, pillow fights and braiding her friends hair. She dislikes clichés, talking about herself in the third person, and people who don’t understand her sense of humor.
Disclaimer: This review is based on an eBook I borrowed from Amazon on December 20, 2019 as part of the Kindle Unlimited program.