Title: Seduced by a Rockstar
Author: J.L. Ostle
Release Date: January 30, 2107
Warning: This book is a love triangle, and does involve cheating and the leading man can be a d**k, so please beware when you do decide to read this book.
My life's been turned upside down thanks to my cheating father. I have to leave my friends, my school - everything - and start over.
I'm not just moving to a different town,
I'm moving to a different country.
I finally start to adjust to my new life....
Until Sabastian Cooper.
Gorgeous with piercing blue eyes and lead singer of a local rock band.
I've been told he's is a player, a womaniser. He sleeps with anything with a pulse, and my cousin is crazy about him, so why can't I get him out of my head? It doesn't help that he promises to f**ck me every place imaginable.
I try and move on and date someone else, not expecting the rocker boy to end up dating my cousin. We try and be friends, be nice to one another but being nice ends up with us getting closer.
Once we got one taste, we have difficulty in stopping.
New adult contemporary romance with mature content. Recommended for 18+ due to mature language and adult situations.
J.L. Ostle was born in Antrim, Northern Ireland, now living in Carlisle, England. J.L. Ostle is a full time mother looking after her cute, active little boy.
When she she hasn't got her head stuck in a book or writing, she's watching movies, or doing activities with her friends and their children.
So I was so excited to read this but sadly it felt flat for me. I thought the dialog moved a little fast for my taste and I wasn't thrilled with how either Sebastian and Iris handled the attraction at first. They both feel it but decide to date other people. All along fighting the attraction. Sure they tried to be friends but that didn't work. I give props to Iris, she did think of her cousin and didn't want to hurt her regardless of her feelings. She didn't always make the best decisions when it came to Sebastian. Sebastian is a character I didn't really like. He was a bit crass at times but charming. He just plays with women but that changed with Iris. I applaud Iris for standing up for herself but she already did a lot of damage by this point. I think I loved the secondary characters better then the main 2. I absolutely adored Iris's best friend, Ella. She told Iris the truth, whether she wanted to hear or not. She also helped her move on and find her passion again. 4 stars is probably a bit high for it but it did get better towards the end.
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