Rock Chick Regret by Kristen Ashley
Rock Chick Series, Book 7
Publisher: Kristen Ashley (December 2011)
502 pages, eBook (purchased myself for $4.99)
Book Rating: 5 Stars
Sensuality: Red Heart
Isolated by her Drug Lord father for most of her life, with whom she had a distant and cold relationship, Sadie chose to cope with her loneliness by arming herself with the Ice Princess persona, keeping people at a distance in order to protect herself, but Hector seemed to be unaffected by the ice as he pushed past her defenses determined to get to the real Sadie hiding inside. Hector was great in this, taking things slow after her rape, but keeping at it with determination, not letting her push him away. I also liked that despite a few icy episodes, Sadie was a little more acquiescent and less catty then previous women in this series. This story, like the one before, was told from multiple points of view, unlike the first few books in the series that were all told in first person from the heroine's point of view, and I liked being able to get the Hot Bunch's take now and then. Ally's up next in the last book of the series, Rock Chick Revolution, due out next month. I can't wait!