There’s No Crying in Rock-N-Roll (Guitar Face, #2) by Sasha Marshall
Title: There’s No Crying in Rock-N-Roll
Series: Guitar Face, #2
Author: Sasha Marshall
Genre: Rockstar Romance
Release Date: October 1, 2018
Henley Hendrix—Queen of Rock-n-Roll—finds her world shattered and her heart betrayed, but is determined to get the band back together to reclaim her title in the world of rock. But when life continues to spin out of control, so does her behavior. Will she find her strength again amid all the chaos and pain, or will the bright lights consume her soul?
This is a rock star romance series with a strong female lead, bad boys, and rock romance. This book is not recommended for those under the age of 18. It is also not recommended for those who take offense to profanity, sexual situations, drugs, or violence. This is not a standalone novel. Book One Broken should be read first.
Award-winning author Sasha Marshall, a concert photographer, toured with legendary bands such as The Allman Brothers Band. A self-proclaimed free spirit, she’s most often found outdoors, or painting a canvas, capturing a photograph, people watching, reading a book, or writing a new book. Sasha makes her home in the beautiful state of Georgia and loves to hear from readers. Visit her website.
5 iScream Cones
“Anyone watching could see the immense love our souls share. Is that love enough?”
Well, apparently I don’t belong in rock-n-roll cuz I’m a cryer. And this series is putting my emotions through the wringer. All that shit you read in the media about sex, drugs, and rock-n-roll is definitely included in this story. Henley is devastated and acting out. The music helps, but it’s not enough to heal her broken heart.
The more I read the more I love this author’s writing style. She doesn’t hold back or sugar coat things. She writes flawed characters that make me want to throw my Kindle and hug them at the same time. I feel their pain and their passion. I feel the lyrics and music. I feel the love the bandmates have for each other. I feel their helplessness when it’s not enough. I feel frustrated when things don’t go the way I envision them and I have to watch these characters that I’ve bonded with suffering.
I’m really enjoying the songwriting and music details included in this series. It’s something I’m really interested in and reading about it makes me happy. I adore the support characters in this story and hope that every single one of them eventually finds love. Hell, I’d be happy if Henley comes out of this one. She’s given me even more gray hair and my nails are nubs. As I’m sure you’ve already guessed, this isn’t the end and the author left me hanging with my heart in my throat on the final page. So, I’m headed to Amazon to one-click on Walking Back to Georgia to feed my addiction.