Pop Rock – Review

pop-rock POP ROCK

by: Charity Ferrell

Published: October 16, 2016

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We’ve all seen the headlines about him.
Knox Rivers is music’s out of control, all over TMZ, and under the impression that he’s God’s gift to the female population bad boy.

He steals hearts with his music and then breaks them with his behavior.
He’s also my new boss, and I’m going to be traveling across the country with him on tour.

There’s no way I would’ve taken the job if I weren’t so desperate, but after my dad lost all of his money for not paying taxes, I’m left broke, homeless, and unable to pay my tuition only a year shy of receiving my degree.

I have this under control. I’m the daughter of a rock legend who’s used to being around these types of men, but I’m finding myself more drawn to him with every passing mile.

I’m fighting to keep our relationship professional while he’s pushing to show me there’s more to him that what’s plastered all over the tabloids.

Desire starts triumphing my rationality.
I’m throwing all my rules out the window.
I’ll deal with the repercussions when the gas tank runs dry.


I normally don’t read books about rock stars, but this one captured my attention from the start. It surprised me, which is always good about a book and its author.

Libby is my kind of gal. She has her shit together, and she knows what she wants. She has been in the business long enough to know what’s not in her best interests. And she has it all under control until she meets Knox. I mean, who could keep control with him around? *swoons*.

Charity is an excellent writer, who has a passion for words. The style of this book only made me want to read more. I kept turning the pages to find out what happened next. I needed to know Knox wasn’t the type of guy I thought he was. Pop Rock will definitely hold me to finding more from Charity! Enjoyed it!

*I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced reader copy, provided by the author.



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