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Get Rocked? (The Next Generation Series Book 2) by [Osborn, K E]
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This book is for mature audiences 18+
It contains explicit language, drug use and sexual content.

Get Rocked? The Next Generation Series #2

Being a seven-year-old child of poverty and living with a single mother, not to mention being terminally ill, would be a challenge for anyone. Caleb McCormack grew up not knowing who his father was. His mother never talked about him, until he became so ill that he needed a kidney transplant. That’s when his world was turned upside down.
Caleb was thrust into a new world full of wealth and status. A life he never knew existed, one he had only dreamed of. Caleb’s father was not only rich, but incredibly famous. So famous, that all the world knew his name. Caleb is the love child of Huxley Slade, the backing guitarist for the world’s most famous rock band Slayed.

Fast forward through a changed life. Hux and Caleb’s mother reconnected and married, giving Caleb a new life full of endless possibilities. But through it all was his one constant. Indi Malone. She was with him from the beginning, from rags to riches as it were and their love would know no bounds or so you would think?

Indi’s past is a harrowing ordeal in itself, and when Caleb forms his own band Staked and is thrust into the spotlight, will her past demons haunt their love forever? Or will they make it through the inferno and into their happy ever after?

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  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 151184096X
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  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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Reviewed by Tracey Lou Parker for Kindle Friends Forever.

This is the welcome return of the next instalment of The Next Generation Series. The story revolves around Caleb McCormack-Slade, lead singer of Staked and his childhood friend, Indica Malone, but we can call her Indi. The story takes us back to the beginning when Celeb was seven years old and in desperate need of a kidney transplant. His mother had taken him to meet his father, but that hadn't turned out quite as she had hoped. His father, rock star Colt Slade, turned out to be his uncle and this is where his story begins.

Indi had spent most of her time with Caleb as home life with her parents had left a lot to be desired. Her mother and father had had her at an early age and were unable to cope with life as we know it. Indi had gone through a traumatic experience with them both which ended with life changing consequences for her, Caleb, and his family. Being left on her own, Indi moved in with Caleb and his parents, and the two became inseparable. Throughout the years, the feelings between them grew into an affectionate relationship but Indi was scared of having more with him. Her biggest worry was whether he'd be able to stay faithful and committed to her or not. She did the only thing she felt she could do, she ran leaving him devastated.

Throughout the years, six to be exact, not a week went by where Caleb didn't try and get in contact with Indi, but to no avail. Caleb is unsure of where it all went wrong. He still loves her but the pain of losing her leads him to using other women to ease his pain. Even though an unexpected occurrence sees them reunited, the insecurities are still there.
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Warning: The following items must be at hand when reading this book: Wine, Tissues and Ice cream.

Caleb is Hux Slade's son, and being a Slade he had the Rock God's gene running in his veins. What makes him not only a gorgeous rocker, but a warm hearted, loving guy is how he loves with so much intensity and the only girl that has had his intense love since his teenage years is Indi Malone his best friend and love of his life.

Indica "Indi" Malone had a harsh childhood and the only reason she survived it was Caleb McCormick-Slade her best friend and the love of her life. But thanks to her parents she will grow up with trust issues that will hurt her relationship with Caleb.

This two soul-mates will learn the hard way to maintain their love alive but sometimes love is not enough. Can this two prove that love will conquer everything?

Holy Mother of all books!!! If you are following this new series and thought Annie and Aston story was intense well you have another thing coming.

Caleb and Indi's love story will take you to an intense and emotional journey and you will fall in love with this two lovable and passionate characters. If you have not read this series I recommend this to you, believe me when I said you will not be disappointed.

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K.E.Osborn rocks out again with this next installment of the series. As with all rocker books, there is sex, drugs and of course rock and roll, the thing that sets this author apart is her ability to creat vivid pictures in the mind of her readers. The talent to make the reader care about what happens to her fictional characters.
Caleb and Indi have an amazing story to tell and this is certainly on my MUST READ recommendation list.
Congratulations K.E.Osborn on yet another smashingly good book.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Rock God gets better and better 7 October 2015
By Smut Hut Books - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This is the second book in the Next Generation series and although you don't need to read the first book in the series, it is recommended at sometime you read the first book to get the full story of this and the mystery from the first book that is now described in this book. I loved that this was told in alternating POV as we got a better feel of what both characters went through in this story.

Caleb is the lead singer of Staked and Indi is his BF and they spent years apart until fate leads them a few times together. Indi wasted a lot of years by not hearing out Caleb each time. They have an emotional roller coaster in their relationship. I totally did not expect this story and how they were in a relationship for a few years without anyone knowing especially the papos'. This is the mystery of Caleb from the first book that gets filled in this story.

Again the author did a great job of informing us of the characters in this book and the different meaning of words used in UK versus the US. This book was so good and you get to see more of all these secondary characters as well, which is great.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Love Caleb! 7 October 2015
By CDBW - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
5 Crazy Ass Must Read Stars!!!!!

Another awesome read by K.E. Osborn. I really enjoyed getting to know Caleb and Indi better. I really looked catching up and seeing what happened after Get Your Rocks Off?. The feels were all here just like in Rock Solid?. I laughed, cried, got pissed, was heartbroken, and swoony.

K.E. Has done amazing job with this continuation of The Next Generation. I'm really enjoying this spinoff series much to my surprise. I'm onto Ella's story now.
4.0 out of 5 stars Great book. Great series. 11 January 2016
By Jennifer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Get Rocked is the second book in the Next Generation series. The Next Generation Series is about the children of the characters from the Rock God series. This book can be read as a standalone book, but would be better enjoyed by reading the first book in the series. I have not read the Rock God series so I cannot comment on if this book would be better after reading that series as well.

Get Rocked follows Caleb, the lead singer of the band Staked, as he navigates through life. The story is told from both Caleb and his best friend, Indie’s pov. The story is told as a narrative with some dialog intertwined. This story is also told over many years with some time jumps.

Personally, I liked the writing style in this book. I liked how the story was told as a narrative at times and then included specific scenes at other times. I also liked the alternating pov. I love being able to tell what each character is thinking. I also like that the reader is able to then see the intention behind actions and how they are perceived by the other character. I think this adds a layer to the story that you do not normally get with a one pov story. I also enjoyed that I felt the book was being played out like a movie in my head. I could actually picture the scenes in my head being narrated. I think this eliminated some of the smaller details that sometimes feel unnecessary.

Due to the fact that I read the first book, I had an easier time with the time jumps in this book. I did not get as confused since I also knew some of the backstory from the first book in the series, which is told as a parallel to this book. What I love most is that since I read the first book, I was able to see scenes that included Caleb in the first book be played out in this book. I am also able to see his reactions and how it made him feel.

I think the author did a good job developing the characters as well. I think that the author was brave by including topics that are serious and dark. Indie and Caleb both have things in their past that haunt them and cause them pain. Life is never easy and I think the author did a good job at showing how some deep rooted issues can cause a domino effect in all the friendships and relationships in a person’s life. This is a realistic aspect of the story that I really enjoyed.

The only things that bothered me about this book was the time jumps not being labeled clearly. Also, it was hard for me to read the title of the chapters so I wasn’t always sure whose pov I was reading. These are both just minor things that did not affect the story overall for me though. Overall, I really enjoyed this story and would absolutely recommend a friend to read it.

Favorite Quote:

“I’ll never get fat, and if I do you’d love me anyway.” - Indie

Star Ratings:

Plot = 5/5

Characters = 5/5

Heat = 4/5

Writing Style = 4/5

Overall Rating = 4/5

**A copy was provided, in exchange for a fair and honest review**

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4.0 out of 5 stars Sometimes love just isn't enough... 12 December 2015
By Rosa Sharon - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This second book in The Next Generation series is told in alternating Caleb/Indi POV and starts from their childhood. They were best friends from first grade. Actually, they were each other's only friends for a while. As in the previous book, they fell for each other early but allowed life to get in the way of their happiness. Through many misunderstandings they struggle with their feelings for each other and have an on-again/off-again relationship throughout the years.

Will Indi ever be able to get past the trauma of her childhood and allow herself to give in to her feelings for Caleb? Will she ever be able to trust him? Will she ever stop running from herself long enough for him to catch her? Is there a place in his rockstar life for someone who doesn't want to be in the limelight?

Caleb was never confused. He knew exactly what he wanted...he just couldn't have it. From the time he was 7 years old and his life was turned upside down by the Slade brothers he's been conflicted about what he wanted and what he couldn't have. He's had way too many disappointments in his life. But at the same time, if not for them, he wouldn't have the good parts either. Luckily he has his music to keep him distracted when his life is falling apart, which happens quite often. His band, Staked, is becoming quite popular and his dreams are being realized. Well, at least one of them. They say that the best songs are written with a broken heart, and he writes some really good songs.

One thing you can expect from K.E. Osborn's characters is that they are not perfect. They make mistakes, big ones. They could cause a reader to drink and swear in frustration as they mess up again and again. I wonder if we can all get a group rate for counseling?
5.0 out of 5 stars Fabulous! 19 August 2015
By Books Laid Bare & Books Laid Bare Boys - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
4.5 out of 5
This is Caleb and Indi in all their glory and their story is as tough as you could possibly imagine.
Indi’s childhood as a less than stellar affair, her parents were nothing more than youngsters themselves, they were ill prepared to be parents and as a result she spent much of her time around Caleb and his family.
When events overtake all of them, she is left with limited options and being left on her own, she takes the momentous decision to move in with Caleb and his family. This solidified the relationship that they had already established and from that day forward they were practically joined at the hip.
Life through the years for the two of them is good, but their connection is difficult to quantify. The feelings that they have morph into more than they would have possibly imagined but Indi was a worrier, she knew how she felt but she was concerned that Caleb didn’t feel the same, or of he did it wouldn’t be enough.
I have an issue with this self-doubt because I didn’t see how the situation between warranted her feeling this way but maybe that is just me. I think it said more about how she felt about herself rather than how she felt about Caleb– but I understood that the naivety of youth was what was pushing all her buttons. Her feelings had her running scared, and as such she did what was expected, she ran.
I was devastated for Caleb, she broke his heart. He struggled to comprehend why she had taken off but he refused to give up. She had been a huge part of his life for so long that living it without her in it, was soul destroying.
He tried incessantly, week in week out to reach out to her, to track her down and win her back but all to no avail and years later despite all his attempts he was still without her. Questioning what the hell when wrong had him second guessing himself to some extent and left him understandably reluctant to commit.
Indi took his heart with him the day she left, it is not his to give away anymore, so living in a vacuous state, Caleb is the very embodiment of manwhore, meaningless one night stands are order of the day, but none of them are able to stem the hurt that flow through his veins, the pain that he feels each and every day.
But after six long hard years, circumstance has them thrown back together and while the reunion resolves the issue of distance, there is still so much more that lies between these two, all the pain and insecurities are so much more than can be swept aside.
I had everything crossed for these two, I hoped that given enough time and understanding they would be able to find a way back to each other and a way for them to give me what I needed – them together!
But I hadn’t bargained on the maliciousness that was Ashley- what a bitch!
She really was a thorn in their side and her meddling as at times was more than I could cope with, so my heart went out to the two of them for what she was putting them through, she was enough to test the patience of a saint and in their vulnerable state they just didn’t seem strong enough to handle her.
Caleb was left with a decision to make, one that was going to break his heart again but isn’t it always said that if you love someone set them free, if it is meant to be they will come back to you – so letting her go and giving her enough opportunity to return might just be what he had to do.
He loved her without reproach and I have to say that I was distraught for him, he had suffered so much for so long, and I wanted him to get his girl.
I cannot wait to get my hands on the next book!!

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