Review of Rock Rebel by Tara Leigh

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Rock Rebel by Tara Leigh

Tara Leigh freaking rocked the newest release in the Nothing But Trouble rocker series! Rock Rebel is book three but can absolutely be read as standalone.

Get ready for a disgraced pop princess, a controlling momager, a sleazy producer and a prince in tarnished armor. This book had more twists and turns than a roller coaster and I loved every minute of it!

Verity Moore is a disgraced pop princess who’s fall from grace as a beloved TV star had her spiraling out of control. Taking back her control, Verity turns to Travis Tagert, manager of none other than the popular rock band Nothing But Trouble, in hopes of becoming the singer she always dreamed of being. She’s had a troubled past and is ready to put it behind her and start living her life on her own terms.

From New York City’s hottest classical music prodigy to rock royalty. Dax Hughes left his family and Julliard behind to chase a girl that was his everything, or so he thought.

Opportunity knocks and Dax heeded the call. Now he is the lead guitarist for the popular rock band Nothing But Trouble. He’s the quiet one in the group often being called Monk because of he is forever turning woman away. Until he meets Verity Moore.


I loved Dax and Verity’s story! These two were like magnets when they were in the same room. Always gravitating towards one another. They both had secrets that could destroy them. There were parts I just wanted to shake some sense into both of them. And other parts that had me reaching for the box of Kleenex.

The twists in this book had me gasping out for more. More love, more passion and more truth.
Destiny brought these two broken souls together. Both are hiding truths that need to be spoken. Can their love for one another be what makes them whole again? Or will trusts be so broken that they’re irreparable?


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He’s a rock star with a secret, she’s a pop princess with a painful past – can their forbidden romance survive, or will their lies destroy them both?
I’ve earned my bad reputation.
A few years ago, I was New York City’s hottest classical music prodigy. But I wanted something else, something more. So I chased my real dream, and now… I’m rock royalty. Dax Hughes, lead guitarist of Nothing but Trouble. But to my family and former Juilliard classmates, I’m an outcast. A misfit. A rebel.
They’re not entirely wrong. I don’t give a damn what other people think, and I’m all for breaking the rules… except when it comes to our new opening act, Verity Moore.
Rock gods don’t tour with pop princesses.
It’s not personal. Actually, under that fallen diva reputation, Verity’s incredibly talented. And her fiery redheaded personality is… intriguing. But I’m convinced the skeletons in Verity’s closet are as scandalous as my own, and when we’re not sparring, she has a way of drawing out all those secrets I’m determined to keep hidden.
Yeah. Verity Moore is definitely off-limits . . .
But since when do I give a damn about the rules?
“Tara Leigh delivers a gripping rock-star romance that hits all the right notes and is sure to steal your heart.”-USA Today Happy Ever After on Rock Legend
“Entertaining, sexy, and heartwarming…. Fans of Kristen Callihan, Kylie Scott, and Erika Kelly will love Rock Rebel.” -Harlequin Junkie, Recommended Read
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