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REVIEW: Rock The Wolfe by Karyn Gerrard

Rock the Wolfe
by
Karyn Gerrard
Blurb.
She’s desperate for a break… 

After a difficult year in the classroom,
elementary school teacher Kerri Coleson is close to the breaking point. All she
wants is a quiet summer to regroup and refresh. Vacationing alone at the old
family homestead, she never expected to meet a burnt out rock star or discover
that he might be the man of her dreams… 

He’s desperate for her… 

Following the bust-up of his group and the
dissolution of his marriage, rock star Wolfe Phalen’s world has been turned
upside down. Though intrigued by Kerri’s lush curves, nurturing personality,
and sensual response to his touch, the last thing he wants is a romantic
entanglement… 

Kerri may rock Wolfe’s world, but will she rock
his heart and soul? 

                       
Book Title  Rock the Wolfe
What Readers are saying:
About the Author:
Karyn lives in a small town in the western corner of Ontario, Canada.
She wiles away her spare time writing and reading romance while drinking
copious amounts of Earl Grey tea. Tortured heroes are a favorite. A
multi-published author with a few best-sellers under her belt, Karyn loves to
write in different genres and time periods.
As long as she can avoid being hit by a runaway moose in her wilderness
paradise, she assumes everything is golden.
Karyn’s been happily married for a long time to her own hero. His encouragement
keeps her moving forward.
Contact Details:
Email:
  karyngerrard@gmail.com
Facebook:
 https://www.facebook.com/karyn.gerrard
Twitter:
https://twitter.com/KarynGerrard
Enjoy
the following excerpt for
Rock the
Wolfe:
 So much for a walk today.
A distant rumble of thunder
boomed across the horizon. The rain fell in torrents from the gray, cloudy sky.
Wolfe stood on Kerri’s veranda, the hood up on his sweatshirt. He could have
called and canceled, but realized he didn’t have her cell number. Cold,
stinging rain lashed his cheeks as he waited for her to answer.
She opened the door and a
gust of rain-laden wind caught her square in the face. She gasped and then
began to laugh. The light, feminine sound cracked through the barrier around
his heart. It was if the clouds had parted and the sun shone down on them both.
Jesus, where had that romantic drivel come from? If it had happened to
Janice, she would have screamed and railed on and on about getting wet. Kerri
laughed. A sharp difference, and a welcome one.
She stepped back, allowing
him to enter. After closing the door, Wolfe bracketed her face with his hands
and swiped the cold moisture away from her flushed cheeks. As he lay gentle
kisses where the rain had been, he heard a soft moan escape her parted lips.
The slight hold he had on
his control slipped away. Capturing the moan with his mouth, he kissed her with
hunger he had not known existed within him. The cold, clinging dampness of his
clothes dissipated as the heat level grew between them. He backed her against
the wall and let his hands explore her ample curves. Rotating his hips, he let
her feel everything that pulsed and vibrated through his entire body.
For the first time in
months, he felt alive. Potent. Emotions he had not had in ages, and a few he
could not identify, rocked him hard.
The depth of her response
ramped up his desire even more. Kerri rubbed against him, her breath hitching
in short gasps in between the desperate kisses.
“Is it terrible I brought
condoms?” he whispered.
“Oh, God. No. Not terrible.
I like a man who plans for every contingency.”
Laughing, he leaned in and
kissed her. “Where? Upstairs?”
“I have a fire going in
there.”
She pointed to the living room. Sex in front of a
fire. Perfect.


Adri’s Review:
Looking for a sexy hot read? This is the book for you.
This was a quick read that had lots of sexy fun stuff
packed into it. The two characters have an intense and strong instant
connection. It’s as if Wolfe and Kerri were meant to find each other. As if
they were lost souls who couldn’t figure out what was wrong with them until
they found that great, strong, all-consuming love.
One thing I greatly enjoyed about Kerri, was the fact that
she is not a stick figure type character. The author wasn’t afraid of writing
her with curves, like in my opinion a real woman is like.
Anyway… this is one I think you would enjoy…

Happy Reading… Adri

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