Review of Rock Country (The Vegas Aces #1) by K Webster

Rock Country

Genre: Romance, Erotica 

Hotness Factor: Holy Hay Fields!

Book Length (Est.): 234 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

Bobby and June were the best of friends as kids. For two years they spent every waking moment together. And just as they started realizing they had potential to be more, Bobby was unexpectedly uprooted to Las Vegas.

Fast forward fifteen years.

Bobby is now a guitar hero of a very successful rock band. June is wasting away, working at a local diner, and married to an abusive man. Devastating events send Bobby back to Texas to deal with some unsettled issues. When he runs into June, she’s all grown up. No longer that blonde haired, pig-tailed little girl—now she’s the Queen of the South with tanned legs, sexy curves, and more beauty than all the groupies combined. Problem is, June is a shell of her former self—that is, until—Bobby brings the spark back into her life.

What happens when a typical bad boy rocker comes across a sad country song? Why, you get the sweet sound of Rock Country.

***No cliffhanger*** This book is for mature readers only.

Jennifer’s Review: 

I met K Webster at the Denton Author Event in August and immediately added her Vegas Aces books to my Kindle…and I was not disappointed!

Rock Country has some intense situations like almost rape, drug use which leads to very inappropriate actions, redneck parking lot fights, and dying loved ones, but it also has hot sex, an undeniable love, and humor. Trust me, you definitely won’t find a boring moment. Maybe a moment or three that you want to beat a certain rock star, but you’ll definitely keep turning the pages.

June fell in love when she was just a girl in pigtails, and even after he moved away she never stopped caring about him. But time moves on and she found herself married to a man she didn’t love, one who turned out to be quite the ass. He was both emotionally and physically abusive, but June left him after the first time he hit her. Way to go June!

“June, you’re one tough bitch. Bobby has screwed himself royally when it comes to you.” 

Bobby never forgot his June Bug throughout the years and when life brought him back to town, to his father’s house, he never imagined she’d still be there too. Only now she’s all grown up and all he can think about is touching the goddess who has plagued his thoughts over the years.

“First order of business – quit smoking. Second order of business – start running again. Third order of business – catch my June Bug.” 

Bobby and June’s relationship starts on such a rocky road. He’s grieving and handles his emotions in a way that will only hurt June. Even if he doesn’t always fully remember his actions, he’s still the one who did them. And June already left one fucked up man; she won’t be with another one no matter how much she loves him.

“Thing is, she’s all grown up now, Momma. I love that girl, but I may have ruined it. Last night I said some pretty awful things to her that I didn’t mean.” 

I really enjoyed this book. There’s so much I’d love to say, but I don’t want to add spoilers. All I can say is that if you love sexy rock stars like I do then you should definitely add The Vegas Aces Series to your reading list.

My Favorite Laughable Moment: I love Donnie! Absolutely love him! His part in the end of the book with June was fucking hilarious!

“Lady, fuck that! He’ll fucking kill me,” he groans uncomfortably. 

My Favorite ‘Hell Yeah’ Moment: Parking lot fight – Rock Stars vs Country Boys!

“Oh hell no. Chaz? Can we fuck ’em up now?”

“Let’s fucking show these country boys that you don’t mess with badass motherfucking rock stars!” 

Jenn 5 Heart

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