I one-clicked Sex, Love and Rock n' Roll immediately!! OK, so I was excited. Maybe my expectations weren't fair. While helping her husband promote his debut, Ms. Halle was very clear that this was very raw, dark erotica. So I was prepared for that going in. But I wasn't prepared for the amount of fluids in this book. Yes, I know what erotica means, but after some scenes, I visualized the heroine looking like this minus the purple Sorry if that was unnecessary but I didn't find it sexy I found some of the scenes kind of gross to be honest.
Now it's true that erotica is not my go-to genre. In fact, there are only a small handful of authors I trust with the genre, but I am always willing to give a new author a chance. But alas, I temporarily shelved this title on my DNF list. But a few reviews promising an intriguing twist had me picking it back up once more and finishing, and let me tell you, "twist" is an understatement.
In terms of plot, this book was wild. He was a pretty chill guy most of the time, even if his judgment was gravely concerning. I liked the incorporation of farm life.
I liked the modest incorporation of music which apparently is a shared interest of Mr. At the end of the ebook, Mr. MacKenzie offers a link to his YouTube channel that includes songs referenced in the book along with other original music he recorded in his home studio. The song I viewed was added to clips of Clint Eastwood, which I loved! In summary, this erotica storyline was definitely not for me and I was put off that a few big moments were left unresolved, however, right before writing this review, I noticed a note in the synopsis that refers to this book as tongue-in-cheek.
That was the first time I have seen that term associated with this book and I wish I had known that intention going in. That little upgrade is also for Clint Eastwood: Sometimes dreaming is better than the real thing. I often let my mind wander wherever it wanted to go. Too many people question their own dreams and adjust their thoughts, as if others could see what they are thinking.