Monday, December 28, 2015

Review : All Access

All Access By Karolyn James

(Brothers of Rock #1)
Genre: Romance, Music, Contemporary, New Adult, Erotica, Novella
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Jess is caught off guard when a sexy stranger buys her a cup of coffee and asks her to sit with him. He's mysterious, nice, and even though he says the right things at the right time, Jess can sense that there's something hidden about him.

As Johnnie sits across from the beautiful woman, he can't believe she doesn't recognize him. Everyone does. It comes with the territory when you're the lead singer of one of the hottest bands in the world, Chasing Cross. With one more show to go before taking a small break in touring, it feels like luck is on Johnnie's side. That is, if he can find a way to tell Jess who he is, without scaring her off.

After her best friend begs her to come to a concert, Jess finds herself standing in the middle of a crowd. The lights are off, music begins, and the crowd erupts in cheers. She doesn't know much about the band, but that's all about to change. When the lights come on, Jess can't believe her eyes. The lead singer of the band is the man from the café.

Plucked from the crowd during the show, Jess makes her way backstage. The encore may have ended on stage, but the real show is just about to begin. Johnnie's passion quickly turns to romance but the more time he and Jess spend together, the more things get complicated. Johnnie has a big decision to make about himself and the band, testing his loyalty and love for the music, and when Jess's dreams start to come true, she starts to realize that true love exists, but it's not always an easy path to take.


Jess and her best friend were to go to a concert when Jess realizes that the hott singer is the same guy she met hours before in a cafe. Things are bit a complicated for both Jess and Johnnie. Jess is going through issues of being an author and Johnnie isn't quite the person he used to be and it looking for a change with his bandmates. Both weren't looking looking for love but they sure found it.

I found myself really enjoying this book. It was one of the many books that I come across in my kindle that's been there for a while and never got a moments to check it out. I'm so glad to have come across this book. I mean there wasn't anything overly dramatic about this book it was just a light and fun read. I enjoyed the characters, I loved that there was a dual POV of the Jess and Johnnie. I just wished there was more to the characters, backgrounds stories and such but then again it was a pretty short book and there was just enough to keep the readers interested. Now I'm going off to see whats next in store for these bands mates in the next book.

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