Book Reviews

Review: Cocky Rockstar

Cocky Rockstar: Gabriel 

By: Faleena Hopkins  Cocky Rockstar: Gabriel Cocker (Cocker Brothers of Atlanta Book 10) by [Hopkins, Faleena]

My Review

Faleena Hopkins has done it again! Another great book. Still not sure if I like this one better than the last one because the last song was pretty freaking good. But in this story Mr. Gabriel is a full of himself rockstar. Paige wins a date with Gabriel and on the day of the day is in that car accident that is caused by his cousin Ben. And so begins the war. This book was funny and sarcastic. The chemistry between Gabriel and Paige was erotic. I love the strong bond between the two twins Gabriel and Elijah. This book was fast paced extremely fun and fantastic. Can’t wait for the next family member story!

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HOT NEW RELEASE

GABRIEL:
My publicist set this contest up.
It’s one lucky fan and me plus dinner.
Can’t wait until it’s over before it even began.
But then there she is, Paige Miller…
Biting her lip like she wants to run.
A wounded bird in nude heels and a purple dress.
Problem is, my cousin Ben saw this beauty first.
He’s tracked us down at the restaurant.
Can you believe the balls on this guy?
Never had a woman come between us.
But now it’s the first battle the Cocker Family has had.
Me vs. him.
May the worst man win.

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These steamy romance books are carefully written so that any novel in the series can be enjoyed first. ‘Cocker Brothers of Atlanta’ — 6 Bad Boy Brothers Standalone novels, and now their amazing kids grown up years later. Gabriel’s hot love story is a Rockstar Romance HEA for readers who love ‘fun & sizzle’ writers like Lauren Blakely, Kendall Ryan, Vi Keeland, Willow Winters, Lila Monroe, and Layla Hagen.

* Gabriel Cocker is one of the twin sons of Justin Cocker (Book 5 – Cocky Senator).
You can read this first and not spoil an ounce of that story.

 

All Books are for sale in My Kindle Store.

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