Rock guitarist Noah St. John and actress Kit Devigny were friends with the potential for more until Noah purposely pushed Kit away. Now Noah has the opportunity to make amends to Kit by pretending to be her boyfriend to the media to aid their careers, in addition to helping protect Kit from a stalker.
I loved Nalini Singh’s third book in the Rock Kiss Series, Rock Redemption! Once again, she wrote a phenomenal story that is awe-inspiring and meaningful.
Singh’s characters are extremely well developed. Both Noah and Kit come from similar childhoods with financial well-off families. Neither sets of relations would be up for the parents of the year award. Noah has a scarred past that prevents him from forming a relationship, just using women for sex. My heart went out to Noah and everything he went through. Fox and Kit have been a great support system for him. He is a remarkable character. Kit is amazingly well balanced considering how flaky her parents are. She is thoughtful and a good friend. Both characters have a lot of depth and are likeable. Add in the rest of the band and their significant others and you have a great group of people that have become a family that would do anything for each other.
The plot was exciting with many twists. The story flows well and is very believable. It is a story I did not want to end. I look forward to the next book in the series.
Complimentary copy provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.