Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Review - WICKED WHITE by Michelle A. Valentine

Wicked White 
by Michelle A Valentine

After his mother dies, rock star Ace White—lead singer of the red-hot band Wicked White—is done with the celebrity game. The phony people, the meaningless one-night stands: he doesn’t want any of it anymore. Quitting in the middle of a sold-out tour, Ace sets out to find some place—any place—where he can be alone.

Aspiring singer Iris Easton’s life has never been easy. First, her mother walked out on her when she was a kid. Now she’s buried in debt, weeks after losing her beloved grandmother. When a mysterious and sexy new guy moves in next door, Iris can’t help but be drawn to his soulful gaze. She can tell there’s something from his past haunting him—something he’s not telling her.

Just as Ace starts falling for Iris, the media go on a worldwide hunt to find the missing rocker. Will true love conquer all, or will the truth be the very thing that tears the couple apart?


4 of 5 STARS
I am a fan of the Black Falcon Series by Michelle, so I was excited for something new in the rocker scene. This was a moving story with an emotional connection that most couples don't find in a lifetime. Michelle does a good job with character connection when reading which makes you feel more involved in the story.

Ace is your non typical rock star and he is not all about the getting things because he is famous. He wants so badly to add some soul to his work but it just isn't working out the way he wants it to. For a boy who grew up in the foster system most of his life he has some wonderful values instilled in him thanks to his mom, Sarah. When he finds himself in between following his heart and following his mind he has a big decision to make. Will it be the right one?

Iris finds herself home to look after things after her Gran passed away. She has so much more to do than she expected in coming back. She has such a heart and is willing to put her life on hold to make things right for the folks at Willow Acres, just as her Gran always had. The last thing she ever expected was the man who shows up looking for a place to stay. The more time she spends with Ace she realizes that they have so much more in common than is seen by the eye.

They soon find themselves in a situation. What is the best way to move forward? Will it be together or in separate directions. Sometimes we say things we regret but can't take back once they have been said.

**Advanced copy provided in exchange for honest review **

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