Book Review: Reforming the Rock Star

reformingReforming the Rock Star is another Head Over Heels Novel.  I previously read Resisting the Musician which is another book from this series.  In this book, we are with Laz – who replaced Dash in the band from the previous book. Syd doesn’t want to spend time in her hometown for her best friend Callie’s wedding.  Or rather, she wants to spend as little time as possible.  Then she finds out that they want her to do a lot of the catering for the wedding so she’ll be forced to stick around for much longer than she had been anticipating.  After making all the food for the bachelor party, she meets Laz,  who is in the band with the groom, Jake.  Somehow, Syd ends up in bed with Laz after he is drunk – though nothing happens – other than a kiss.  But then Laz decides that he wants to take her out on a date. She agrees and it is clear that he is into her, but she isn’t sure she’s as into him because of his lifestyle.  The end up hooking up after the date, he saves her from some high school bitches and things seem to be going well for them.  That is until Syd catches Laz with someone else in his bed…

Will that be the end of their relationship or will they realize that they are both in love with each other and really work well with each other? Well, you’re going to have to read and find out!

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

About the Book

When Sydney Metcalf’s bestie asks her to cater her wedding, Syd can’t say no, even though the thought of going back to her hometown makes her break out in hives. She’s off to a great start until best man and rock god Lazlo Stone calls with a request for her to cater the bachelor party too. Petit fours adorned with rose petals, she can handle. A cake shaped like boobs for the sexiest guy in the universe? She’s not so sure. But this is the chance of a lifetime and she refuses to screw it up by being a prude…

When a sexy stripper dressed as a Plain Jane crashes the bachelor party, Laz is all about getting vertical and making some music with her. Too bad his stripper is really the caterer and the bride’s best friend. After a kiss between them blazes out of control, he can’t seem to stop thinking about sweet little Syd.

But everybody knows, life on the road and love don’t mix…

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