hotrockHot Rock is about a girl named Megan who heads from Australia to England to a music festival. She is there to do research so that she can write her PHD thesis. (What do you have to go to school for to write a thesis on a rock festival? Sign me up!)

When she arrives she is dropped off at the wrong cottage, without the key to get in, she sits on the porch and waits.  She ends up being greeted (if you can call it that) by a man who is a splitting image of her 70s Rock Idol, Davy Morgan.  It turns out that he is Davy’s nephew, David.  Or so he says… It certainly seems like there is something weird going on at this festival.

Megan wakes up in the medic tent at the festival and isn’t sure how she got there. Davy is performing and then David Bowie is performing.  Has she traveled back to the festival in the 70s? Is that really Davy or his nephew David? What is going on!?

This book has it all – romance, a rock festival, time traveling… It is a pretty quick and easy read and was a lot of fun to read about something that absolutely would never actually happen. (Or is it happening and I’m just not privvy to the path to time travel to rock festivals of the 70s yet?)

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review. I was not otherwise compensated.


About the Book

Megan Miller is on a dream trip to research her doctoral thesis at a rock festival in England. When she arrives in town she’s stunned that her temporary neighbor is the spitting image of her 70’s rock idol, too bad he’s also a world-class jerk. So why can’t she stop thinking about him?

Seventies rock star Davy Morgan is a man with a secret: rockin’ in one time and living in another. He holds his privacy close to his heart, so when a beautiful girl who not only loves but truly understands his music moves in next door, he works overtime to keep her at a distance. Easier said than done.

Megan follows Davy to the rock festival, but it’s not what or when it seems. The lure of the music draws them closer, but can their newfound love span across the decades, or will it get lost in time?

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