Book Review: Pop Rock by Charity Ferrell

Pop Rock by Charity Ferrell

You’ve seen the headlines about him. 
Knox Rivers is music’s out of control, all over TMZ, and under the impression that he’s God’s gift to the female population bad boy. 

He steals hearts with his music and breaks them in the same night.
And I’m his new personal assistant.

I didn’t want to take the job, but my dad lost everything we had for not paying taxes, and I’m desperate. I have this under control, right? I’m the daughter of a rock legend and have been around these types of men my entire life – but with every passing mile I’ve finding myself more drawn to him.

I’m fighting to keep our relationship professional while he’s pushing to show me there’s more to him than what’s plastered all over the tabloids.

Desire starts triumphing my rationality.
I’m throwing all of my rules out the window.
I’ll deal with the repercussions when the gas tank runs dry.


Pop Rock was a read that was hard to put down.  I really liked how Libby was trying to live her life in a way that she could be proud of.  Although she grew up with everything available to her because of her famous father, both he and she abided by boundaries that were set in place in order to help her develop into a functioning adult rather than a spoiled rock princess.  However, when her father is thrown in jail and she is left to find a way to pay for her final year in college without his help she has to find her way to help finance her goal.

Charity Ferrell juxtaposes Libby with Knox Rivers who on the outside seems to be a playboy pop prince who is a bit out of control.  When Libby starts working for Knox they rub each other the wrong way from their initial meeting however, once they get closer and get to know each other sparks fly in a natural but unavoidable way.  I definitely recommend this fun opposites attract and ignite romance.  For me this book hit the spot when I wanted to hide away early one evening and let the rest of the household fend for themselves for the night while I got to enjoy some alone time with a fun read.



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