Review: The Realtor and the Rockstar (Once Upon a Rock Star Anthology) by J.L Berg

Today I get to bring to you an awesome anthology for anyone who like Rock Stars and romance.  9 of the best rock star writers contribute.  I will be bringing to you my review of J.L Berg’s The Realtor and the Rock Star.  This is just small example of J.L Berg’s awesome writing skills but it will definitely give you a taste of how great she is.  For my full review keep reading after the book blurb.

Book Blurb:

Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000038_00074]Rockstar: a deliciously addictive person, who doesn’t follow the rules and is devoted to a life full of mayhem, sex and danger.
Some men aren’t meant to be tamed. Or so they think.

In this collection of short stories from 9 authors, you’ll laugh, cry, and watch the pages heat up while you find your happily ever after between the sultry pages of these sinfully sweet tales of rock stars and the only one who can bring them to their knees.

All proceeds from this anthology will go directly to G-Pact, a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting patients and their families affected by Gastroparesis.

Contributing authors include J.L. Berg, Kathy Coopmans, Molly McAdams, Erin Noelle, Jessica Prince, Yessi Smith, Rachel Van Dyken, Jennifer Van Wyk & Kristin Vayden.


Ryan is a hotshot realtor.  Kennedy is a hotshot rock star.  Their immediate attraction is over shadowed by the first impression.  Though Kennedy wants nothing more than a great home, Ryan immediately wants nothing more than to get in Kennedy’s pants.  Will these two find what they are looking for?

The more I read from J.L Berg, the more I love her writing.  This is a very short story that I really wish was longer.  I’m really hoping this is just an opening to another one of her awesome books.  Though this is short you develop a feeling for both characters.  The reader will be able to tell that they are both complex.  My biggest complaint is that this was almost too short of a short story.  It leaves the reader with more questions than answers.  This is why I am crossing my fingers that this is just a taste of what will become a great book by the phenomenal J.L Berg.

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