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More Than a Feeling (Rock Star Romance #4) by [Kelly, Erika]
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From the award-winningauthor of TAKE ME HOME TONIGHT comes the final story in her red-hot Rock Star Romance series, about a loner rocker finding his perfect duet.

When Cooper Hood left Snowberry, Montana ten years ago, he swore he'd never go back to the town that painted him with the same brush as his addict mother. But right in the middle of his band's national tour he gets a call to come home: his mom's got a whopper of a secret to reveal.

Daisy Charbonneau's in trouble. The talent she hired for her resort's annual Huckleberry Festival just bailed on her, and she's desperate to find a replacement act. Luck turns her way when she discovers her high school crush is back in town--and he happens to be a rock star.

As they work together, a crush deepens into so much more, but who falls in love in two weeks?

Especially when Cooper's never coming back to town, and Daisy's never going to leave it.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2889 KB
  • Print Length: 400 pages
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  • Publisher: EK Publishing, LLC (4 April 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #92,369 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Sweet second chance music with heart 4 April 2017
By Mariisms - Published on
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4.5 stars

I've been a huge fan of Erika Kelly's Rockstar series ever since. I thought they were underrated and deserved more attention so I'm quite excited for this new installment. Cooper and Daisy's story is second chance romance with a touch of friends to lovers.

Cooper is back in his hometown to deal wth family issue and look for a new opening act for his band's tour. The first person he runs into is Daisy, the girl he pinned for years ago. Somewhere way back when their wires got crossed and they missed out on each other. Things aren't that simple but when you find that connection it's worth the trouble. The tension grows as they navigate that line between friends to more. The want is both there but they only have two weeks.

I like Daisy, she's genuine and full of heart. She has her own vulnerable side but also a strength to see if through. One who knows her own mind. Cooper he's been through a tough childhood and he's been hurt. He seems to be closed off and indifferent like an outsider, probably because of said past, yet he yearns for many things Daisy is part of it. I think they understand each other in a way only they can snd have somehing special.The rocker lifestyle is also vastly not what Daisy is used to another challenge they face. I have to say when they weren't steaming things up, Cooper can be quite a sweet guy. Just show their relationship has evolved and grown.

Life brought these two back together. I was happy to get to know Cooper and meet his girl. It's a solid story about tough past and overcoming it rising above. It can take the right person to make you step out of your comfort zone and start living not just being successful. To have someone to share it with. Like the song about long lost love not to let her slip away. They have soemthing good and solid and worth keeping. Another brilliantly written rockstar romance from Erika Kelly that I thoroughly enjoyed. Rocker with heart and soul.
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Rocker Book Yet!!! 10 April 2017
By HotBookReader - Published on
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Reading this book, its easy to see why Erika Kelly wins so many awards! I've loved her Rock Star books from the beginning, but this is by far the best. Daisy is all heart, and my heart aches to see Cooper find himself. When they commit to their Happily Ever After, my heart swooned. The secondary characters are rich and interesting. Snowberry is the town of everyone's dreams. I want to quit my life and move into Erika's worlds.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Erika Kelly, you FREAKIN’ ROCK! 3 April 2017
By D - Guilty Pleasures BR - Published on
I just can’t get enough of rock star romances and Erika Kelly really outdid herself with More Than A Feeling. While this book was every bit as sexy and provocative as I’ve come to expect from this author, this was a feel good book about letting go of the past, embracing the new, and admitting that it is okay to let people into your life and not everyone will let you down. Emotional, but not on a curl up in a ball and cry level, this book will make you think back and take a look at the people who influenced your life good or bad and realize that sometimes even the smallest encounter can change your life. I adored these characters and their fast and furious love connection, but more than that I loved the sense of community, the unexpected bonds, and the triumph of good over evil (well, maybe not evil but underhanded for sure). More Than A Feeling was a jam packed story with multiple storylines going on, but never one did the romance get lost in the shuffle something I truly appreciated.

On a two week break during a tour, Cooper Black heads back to his Montana hometown to deal with an issue concerning him mother, what he doesn’t expect is to end up helping the girl he always wanted but knew he wasn’t good enough for, Daisy Charbonneau, or for his father’s identity to be revealed and gain an entire family he isn’t sure he wants.

There was so much I loved about this book including the fact that Cooper and Daisy both had unrequited crushes on one another during high school, that seeing each other ten years later hasn’t changed those feeling, in fact they are only intensified. That Cooper soon realizes that he’s acting very unlike himself where she is concerned and even though Daisy knows she wants the kind of life Cooper can’t give her she plans to take every minute she can get with him. That despite the fact Cooper feels like an outcast and hate the town he feels chewed him up and spit him out, he gets involved in a big project that is near and dear to Daisy’s heart and in doing so he beings to see things in a whole different light. Because of the history they had together, their relationship was intense from the start and the feeling grew for them rapidly even though they didn’t want to admit it.

I loved that they were so comfortable with one another from the start that Cooper didn’t have to hide his past because Daisy knew it all. While music is what brought them together as teens, it would eventually tear them apart as well. I appreciated that these two had some hard choices to make, that compromise was necessary, but that ultimately they both realized they needed each other as much as they needed air.
While Cooper’s band mates make a few cameo appearances for the most part this book was about Cooper and Daisy and the wonderful people who have always been there for Daisy and become just as important in Cooper’s world as well.

I had such a satisfied feeling when I finished this book, like everything was right in the world and that my friends is when I know I’ve read a fantastic story, because no matter what is going on around me or in my life the author can take me out of that and put me in a completely different place. Erika Kelly, you FREAKIN’ ROCK!

Review copy provided for a voluntary review. 
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sweet Romantic drama 2 April 2017
By Reader Girl Z - Published on
This was my first read in the Rock Star Romance series. I didn’t find any issue following the storyline. The book works as a stand alone. More Than A Feeling is the poignant story of two people who've gone their separate ways but have a new chance at love. It’s a twist on a second chance (really first chance) romance of two people who had the hots for each other in high school but never made it happen. Now years later our hero, Cooper Hood, has survived a hellacious childhood as the son of an addict mother and an absent father through determination. He made it to become a famous alt rock star who must return to his hometown for mysterious info about his father from his dodgy mother and to organize building his mother a new home. Our heroine also comes from a rough childhood but not from an abusive standpoint, more from an absentee father. She’s the epitome of cute or maybe adorable is a better word. Yet, she’s a strong Montana woman.

The book has a slow start, but it gives us time to get to know the characters. The author really sparkles with world building and description of emotion as we get to know these characters. We enjoy the dance of two people who want each other but think they shouldn’t (more from him than her).

If you’re looking for a sweet romantic drama with a satisfying HEA, then this is your read.
4.0 out of 5 stars Heartwarming, Sweet, & Sexy Small Town Rock Star Romance... 5 April 2017
By J. Faltys - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
The idea of rock stars getting stuck in the great outdoors may elicit chuckles from some, and while there's a few smiles here, there's also charm and heartwarming interludes as a rock star returns home for a visit that soon becomes more. With the beauty of Montana as a backdrop, old hurts and secrets revealed rise to the surface in this sweet and sexy romance. With its immensely appealing main couple and delightful cast of secondary characters readers will find themselves quickly captivated by this tale of family and forgiveness.

Cooper's life growing up was one of loneliness and starvation as the son of an addict. He felt separate from the town as it seemed there was no one who cared about him as he struggled to survive. Being seen as the bad seed of the town left him bitter with only two bright and Daisy. Daisy was sunshine and someone he thought he would ruin with his dirty hands. He dreamt often of what could be between them but left when his other love--music--gave him the opportunity. Ten years later and his life couldn't be more different as he now has wealth and fame. Returning home reminds him of all the pain he grew up with, but each day also brings new revelations. He slowly finds a place for himself, with Daisy by his side, along with a new family and new roots that scare him along with being all he ever wanted. Being with Daisy though is the biggest life-changer as he realizes how much he loves her and how he doesn't want to ever leave her. His love for his band and career though war with her love for home which leaves their HEA in doubt and had me aching for him as he desperately wants it all. Cooper's one sexy beast with his talent for dirty talk and body oozing with sex appeal. He's full of hurt when he arrives in town, bitter from the past and wanting to keep his walls up, but with each day he finds himself getting more entrenched in the town and Daisy. He arrived as a hurt little boy and became a man through Daisy's love.

Daisy had a bit of pain in her own childhood with an absentee father who gave her more promises than love. It hardened her heart every time he forgot about her and soon she decided to only count on herself. The only time her heart beat faster was in the presence of Cooper. She was drawn to him and saw all the good in him, but all she got was his friendship. His return ten years later has her wanting to take their friendship to another, sexier level. Though she knows he's leaving soon she can't help making as many memories as possible. Because of her father though she doesn't trust what they could become. The only thing she's ever found comfort from is her hometown. She loves every acre, and has bonds with everyone there, which is why she's so desperate to see it thrive. With Cooper's help, the first time she ever had someone to count on, they bring a life-altering event to the small town that finally puts it on the map. But with her heart committed to her hometown, and now committed to Cooper, will she find a way to have it all or will she let fear keep her stuck in one place? Daisy's a truly kindhearted character who sees the best in everyone. She never let Cooper's past define him and with his return she does all she can to make him feel loved. While her fears have her causing a roadblock in their journey to HEA that made me frustrated she redeemed herself with a Grand Gesture of her own to make a memorable conclusion.

This was a sweet and sentimental story that proves you CAN go home again. Cooper held such bitterness towards the town he grew up in but it made him who he now is. Seeing him finally find a place for himself, find an unexpected family, was heartwarming to see. Daisy's love for her town was also endearing and drove her to making Cooper feel a part of it as it would be proof of his love for her. Their chemistry was off the charts with scenes that crackled and teemed with sexual tension. There were plenty of erotic encounters balanced with sweet and heartwarming moments that laid a nice foundation for their HEA. Along with with this appealing main couple were the denizens of Snowberry and their colorful and down to earth natures. The most compelling of them being the Blackstock family whose connection to Cooper added much drama to the story. The sons were sexy and rugged, with their reactions to Cooper ranging from antagonistic to playful banter, and I'd love to see them get their own tales told. Adding even more drama to the story is a vindictive former rocker who tries to sabotage the music festival Daisy and Cooper are trying to put on. His inclusion felt a bit soap opera-ish, and unnecessary as it stretched this story out longer than need be, but thankfully his presence was mostly in the background. As this is the series ender it was nice to see all the members of Blue Fire show up to support Cooper. It was nice to get an update on them all and it ended this book with a bright shiny bow!