Rock Her by Inglath Cooper

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TitleRock Her
Release DateJan 1st, 1970
GenreRomance, Music, Contemporary Romance

Reviews Rock Her

  • Anne OK
    2.0 - 2.5 disappointing starsShort and sweet; very light reading with kisses and a small dose of spice at the very end. The story was written in first person diary-like entries from four different POVs, which I found to be spiritless and lacking vitality. Both the story and the main characters had real potential in my opinion but were lacking depth. Neither was given enough defined attention to get the job done. There was one part of the story th...
  • Tina
    3.5 starsAlthough a lot of things happened in this story, it was solved a bit too easy to be believable. Nice enough.
  • Amy
    Non sexually explicit stories are not my usual choice of reading material of late. I seem to read mostly new adult type stories. I like angsty, and passionate. Rock Her is a classic contemporary romance. It's a good contemporary romance, but if you like steamy, hot-enough-to-melt-the-sheets sex scenes, you're not going to find them here. I found this book via a Facebook ad, and hadn't done more than read the blurb when I downloaded it as a Kindle...
  • Susie
    I would say I loved this story, but the fact that it made me cry several times and feel a bit depressed, causes me to only give 3 stars. I know some people love to cry and so this one is for you. I don't like to cry or feel sad and I usually avoid at all cost but this one sneaked up on me. I didn't realize it until I was so into it, I couldn't put it down. Yes, one of those love/hate things.As a middle-aged woman, our heroine's life felt a bit fa...
  • Michelle °O°
    I loved her other books but this one just fell short. I read this free on Kindle Library but I hate when reading a story and it ends at 75%. The rest was just filler for another one of the authors other books.The writing was great and it was told in 4 POVs which I didn't mind. But we never really got much character development and her slime-ball husband needing a lashing, but he never did get one.This book would have been better if it was just a ...
  • Three Chicks
    Review by Lisa KaneVery good read-wish the ending had been a little longer-would love a follow up on them.
  • Jamie
    a good story. however I feel there was too much going on and not enough details.
  • Deb
    I read this book over one weekend. It is a charming tale of a woman who is stood up for her twentieth anniversary trip and a rock star who wants a new beginning. They meet by accident on a plane to Italy and, through a series of inevitable moments, form a soul healing friendship. The descriptions of Florence, San Gimignano and the Tuscan countryside are worth the trip all by themselves. As Lizzy rediscovers her passion for photography and begins ...
  • Charlene Menegos
    Could not put down!I was prepared to give this book a 5 star, and the book itself it worthy of it, but it irritates me that the book is actually complete at 73% and the rest is the author's other books and the beginning of another book. I did however absolutely love this book! It is a quick and easy read. The descriptions make you feel as if you are there. I definitely lost sleep staying up with this one! I couldn't wait to finish it, but didn't ...
  • Sharon Samms
    Love this book!This book covers everything from infidelity to love to human trafficking to divorce and back again to love and remarriage! If these people were from Nashville like I am, they'd be in a country song!
  • Holly Simpson Fling
    3.5 stars, but I'm bumping it up to 4 because ITALY.
  • Adelle
    While reading this book, I kept thinking of ways I would change it & make it different. I didn't like it.
  • Sue A Rasmussen
    Well done!I loved the way the chapters came together. Just enough intrigue to keep the read interesting. I enjoyed it very much!
  • Dick R. McCart
    Thoroughly enjoyedThe characters are likable and strong, Tuscany is a wonderful backdrop. The housewife and the rock star works against all reason.
  • Mrsmdc
    Great story!
  • Lisa J. McManaman
    Very entertaining but highly unlikely .An easy read with easily identifiable characters. The descriptions on Italian cities were accurate. A good book to take on vacation .
  • Kathleen Downey
    I want to start off this review by saying WOW. This is an excellent read. The characters and storyline are fantastic. The story grabs you from the first chapter and doesn't let go until the very end. Lots of surprises and suspense.
  • Arlene
    ***SPOILER ALERT, SPOILER ALERT, SPOILER ALERT***I been a fan of Ms. Cooper since I read her wonderful amazing series "Nashville" and personally for me, Ms. Cooper couldn't do no wrongs with her gift of words...TILL "Rock her", what a disappointment...I felt cheated in so many levels, I felt no closure, when it came to Lizzy and her no good husband Ty, I was expecting a least a b*tch slap or something along those lines but nothing, nada, zero, zi...
  • Terisa
    Lizzy Harper has been let down by her husband for the last time. It seems like every time that she plans something for them to do together, he cancels so she quietly changes the plans or cancels them all together. Well this time as really special, a month long trip to Italy for their 20th wedding anniversary. She was in hopes that it would renew their love for each other because things hadn’t been good for a while and they were slowly getting w...
  • Kieraanne
    I started this book expecting it to be a silly romance novel. It wasn't. Lizzy and Ren had depth and backstories and emotions and motivations and everything to convince you they could actually be people. Their conversations and thoughts were introspective and deep and great for helping you take a look at yourself and the world around you. I fully expected after the first 30% of the book for it to be an Eat, Pray, Love thing where the main charact...
  • Anwan
    The book was outstanding for the storyline of the two main characters. The insight into the changes that happen within a long relationship were terrific. This is why I give the book the stars I did (I'm really chary with my stars, technically this is a 3.5 to me but since most people give everyone 5 stars and I never go there I figured I should round up). Usually when I come across the popular highlights underlining on my kindle it's something I ...
  • Nancy Silk
    "On The Run With A Hottie"This contemporary romance is narrated by the main characters Lizzy, her husband Ty, her daughter Kylie, and Ren, her savior. Lizzy Harper and her husband have been married for 20 years, but their relationship has faded to the extreme. Ty always bails out of planned vacations at the last minute claiming his job is too demanding at the moment. This time, Lizzy goes on their planned vacation to Italy for a month, by herself...
  • Read
    This was my first Inglath Cooper book and it won't be my last. Such a sweet romance primarily set in Tuscany. Don't automatically think that this is your typical rocker romance, because it is barely up to PG-13 level. Written from 4 different points of view: Lizzy, her husband Ty, her daughter Kylie and the rock star Ren. Lizzy & Ren meet cute when Lizzy goes on her 20th anniversary second honeymoon by herself because her husband is all of a sudd...
  • Suzanne King-Genton
    A very worthy wait.......was this book !!!! First positive for me ? IT'S A BAND BOOK !!! My absolute favorite story. Who can resist a sexy, beautiful rocker? Well, What woman can?? And I'm a grandmother and a product of the 50's so that puts me smack dab in the middle of the 60's when I came of age. But this book th is so much more than a read about Ren Sawyer. It is a sweet love story that has you continually rooting for Ren and Lizzy to join th...
  • Nancy Ahyee
    Started as a great love story, and then you blink and it's overGiving this three stars (as opposed to four) because the first 250 pages built up this awesome love story over several weeks. It was a little choppy moving between four characters, but the relationship between Lizzy and Ren was nicely developed. But when they have to go their separate ways temporarily, the book concludes over 60 pages spanning TWO YEARS? And you don't see anymore rela...
  • Ashley
    Awful POVsThis book was a complete disaster. Okay first off, this book went between too many point of views (POVs). There was the heroine, her husband, her daughter, and her rock star lover. It gets even messed when they are all written in different styles. The heroine and the rock star are written in first person (I, me, etc). The daughters pov was written in third person (he, she, it) and then the oddest of them all, the husband, was written in...
  • Diana Reeves
    Great life lessonsSo many meanings in this great story, like the reasons we think we get married and even after bringing children into the marriage, how our focus becomes on everyone except ourselves and we lose focus on what really makes us happy. Kizzy is in that place in her marriage when it comes time to leave for Italy, a month long vacation for her and her husbands 20rh wedding anniversary, only as usual he doesn't show up to go to the airp...
  • Lisa Cullinan
    I loved this story! How refreshing to read something so sweet and light with just enough depth to the storyline that I couldn't put this book down! A housewife from Virginia meets a famous American rock star while vacationing throughout Italy by herself! Lizzy's cheating husband bailed out on her last minute from a much anticipated trip for their twentieth anniversary. Wow! What a guy! She does something completely out of character and winds up o...
  • Debra Ashwood
    This story starts out with Lizzy going on a dream vacation without her husband. He, as usual, decided at the last minute that he had more important work to do than spend time with his wife of twenty years, yea right... She goes to Italy on her own. On her way there she gets drunk, pity party for one. She meets Ren Sawyer, well fell onto his lap. They decide to tour together. There is more to this story but to tell it all here would not get you to...