Rock My Heart, By Selene Chardou


 

“I thought I knew what I wanted but someone forgot to tell me that you have to embrace the ugly in a relationship in order to appreciate the beauty of what you have created between another
person and yourself. The following is what happens when you think you can take a short cut but in life, as in love, easy doesn’t come without difficulty, and if you want love to survive, you have to fight for it each and every day.” – Sydney Lundvik


Syd and Kaz survived getting together in the most unusual of ways, a rigorous world tour and his crazy ex-wife but their relationship will be tested more than they ever thought was possible. Now that Sydney is expecting their first child and they are engaged, demons from Kaz’s past rear their ugly head and cause a catalyst that will spin their world completely out of control.


Kaz reacts in the only way he knows how and that is to shut down his emotions while contemplating a deal for Scarlet Fever that could set them up for life and finally give them the stability they need.


Meanwhile, Syd reacts to the situation in a way that is completely unbecoming and may spell the end of their relationship and the happy ending she has craved for so long.


Can two people—who have gone through the fires of lust and love—reconnect with what brought them together in the first place and make peace not only with themselves and each other or will the pressure prove too great and tear them apart for good?
This is the explosive conclusion to one of the most exciting and twisted love affairs in rock history.

 

 

                I have been a fan of Kaz and Syd since the beginning of their story and I have to say I have completely mixed feelings about this book.  Although I had warning that I wasn’t going to be happy with the beginning of the story, I have to say I was so mad that I almost threw my kindle against a wall.  (By the way, that doesn’t happen as often as people might think it does!)
                While I did enjoy the prior books, I have to say that during this book I completely enjoyed the how much Syd seemed to grow into her own in the story.  She doesn’t act like the spoiled rich girl that she was in the prior books.  Her  actions during this book will lead you to either love her or hate her, and I have mixed emotions on her!!!
                The story didn’t leave anything out, it completely answered any questions that I had after we last saw the couple.   I do have to say though; I’m glad that they went through the troubles that they went through.  I enjoy the stories where the couples actually go through “real life” problems.  I enjoy books where the characters don’t have it “easy” and they do have problems that they have to go through in their relationships.  And with this relationship, there are plenty of problems!
                All in all I have to say that I was completely happy with how this book turned out.  I think it was a great ending to Kaz and Syd’s relationship.  If you have read the other books in the series, this is a MUST read for sure! If you haven’t read the other books, you need too!

 

 

 

Click HERE to read my review of Falling Into Lust.
Click HERE to read my review of Falling Into Us.
Click HERE to read my review of Falling Into Love.