Find Me (Rock Romance #3) by AL Wood
Release Date: May 30, 2014
Genre: Contemporary Romance
This is the third installment of the Rock Romance Series.
Find Me is Liam's story.
Everyone's convinced that they know who Liam is, a charming, outgoing, talented musician.
What about what he's hiding in his past?
Liam shares an unrealistic connection with Natalie, how will he react to Ryan's proposal?
Layla, alone and struggling with her own secrets.
Betraying the one person who she has ever cared for.
Can Liam be saved and will Layla be forgiven?
Hmm...where do I start? I was really excited to read this book about Liam and Layla. I loved the first book in the series and and after seeing the way Liam cared for Natalie, I couldn't wait for his HEA.
Let's start with what I did like about this story. I like that we finally learn what makes Layla behave the way she does, and about Liam's past and the demons that haunt him. I like that we get to see Ryan and Natalie and their baby get their HEA. I like that Liam and Layla eventually get their HEA.
Now, onto what I did not like. It almost seemed like Ryan and Natalie were a focal point of the story instead of being in the background. I don't think the book was long enough to really build up the relationship between Liam and Layla. I wanted there to be more to their story. More time together as a couple, more of them working together to make their relationship work.
Overall, the story is good, but I do wish it wasn't so rushed. I am still looking forward to book four, Gage's story.
1. J.R. Ward sucked me into the world of Romance thus creating a reading monster- myself.
2. Besides books, I am in love with music. All genres.
3. After being inspired I started writing my first book in December of 2013.
4. I have a strong aversion to tap water, I just cannot drink it without gagging.
5. I have a strong dislike to the season Winter.
I have always been an avid speed reader, with far away dreams of authoring my own story. It was of frivolous talk throughout the years and one day I read a blog post written by one of my most favorite authors. Reading of her story inspired me to finally sit down and write my own.
When I’m not caught up in my fictional stories, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends.