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Book Review - Rock Addiction by Nalini Singh

Rock Addiction (Schoolboy Choir, #1)Rock Addiction by Nalini Singh
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I'm a big fan of Nalini Singh's Psy-Changeling series. So I jumped at the chance to read an advance copy of the book and I wasn't disappointed.

The beginning was a little slow.  There was also a feeling of missing part of the story, mostly the background history between Molly, her sister, and their father.

The first half of the book takes place in New Zealand. Molly's home playing field. Molly wants a quite life. Trips to the market. Work at the library. A simple life.  Then she meets Fox and all that simple gets kind of complicated. Molly is willing to let her life get a little complicated and spend time with Fox while the bad is in the area but after that she wants to go back to simple.  It all goes back to Molly's past. There was some kind of scandal with her father and it just destroyed her life.

She introduces Fox to her simple life. However, that simple life, doesn't work for Fox.  He takes Molly to his home playing field, California. This second half is when things really started to pick up.

One of the things I love about the Psy-Changeling series is the way Nalini writes her alpha males.  She doesn't let the reader down in Fox.  He's a sexy, alpha male, rock star. He can ride high on the fame, but he doesn't forget where he came from and those that helped him get there.  It's all about the music and his friends, until he meets Molly.  Then he's pretty much focused solely on her, poor Molly.


  1. Aw yay! So glad to hear it went well! She does write great males :)

  2. I was just approved for the novella Rock Courtship. Going to read it this weekend!


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