Never Fall in Love with a Rockstar by Rachel Higginson
You don’t just read it you feel it…
When the one you love is on a path of self-destruction that threatens to irreparably suck the life out of you what do you do? For Clover Galloway, in Never Fall in Love with a Rockstar, the only thing she could do was turn her back on the rockstar life she knew and childhood love, Malachi Porter, the lead singer for the world famous rock band, Bright Tragedy. After years hiding from her past, living a monotonous predictable life, with a stable 9-5 job and a clean-cut boyfriend, which her mind keeps telling her means she is happy, her heart knows that it will never recover from or replace Chi. She reasons that it is better to go through the rest of her life numb, until a chance encounter with her past reminds her that life without love is not really living at all.
Rachel Higginson is a prolific contemporary romance author, known for her raw and gritty relationships. The story of Clover and Chi in Never Fall in Love with a Rockstar no different. I have yet to read a Higginson romance that doesn’t make my heart hurt, pulse, and flutter all in the course of a story. She has the unique ability to weave words into vivid emotions that set her apart from most romance authors. Her stories are definitely more for a mature audience, not because they are graphic in nature, but because she will dredge up the feelings from your worst heartbreak and most heartwarming love story leaving you an emotional rag doll.
Clover and Chi are great characters; they are flawed but easy to relate to, complex but understandable, sassy but vulnerable. The attraction and connection is so evident that I couldn’t help but root for them to work past the hurt and anger that they both still carry. In the end, Rachel never leaves the reader with a disappointing ending, which is another reason why she is high on my list of favorite contemporary romance authors. Read Never Fall in Love with a Rockstar or check out the LitBuzz’s other Rachel Higginson reviews.
Tanya’s love for books has been a lifelong passion that she likes sharing with others. Reading is also the thing that relaxes her after a day of juggling the many responsibilities that come with being being wife to an amazing man, mother to four great kids spread around the world, business manager, and farm hand on their place in southwest Missouri; home to Akaushi cattle and a menagerie of pygmy goats, horses, chickens, dogs and cats.