Friday, June 29, 2018

Release Blitz & Reviews - Rockaway Bride - Pippa Grant

Title: Rockaway Bride
Author: Pippa Grant
Genre: Sexy Romantic Comedy
Release Date: June 29, 2018


A Rockstar Bridenaps a Preschool Teacher...

Kidnapping the bride seemed like a good idea at the time.

Her fiancé stole my fortune, so I stole his woman.

Tit for tat. Or tat for tit. However you want to look at it.

The one thing I didn’t expect?

Willow Honeycutt, preschool teacher, boy band super fan, is completely crazy.

And somehow she’s turned the tables on me.

Now, she’s holding me hostage, and she won’t let me go until we hit every item on her sparkly new, completely insane bucket list.

And that last item?

That last item might cost me more than any fortune.

It very well might cost me my heart.

Rockaway Bride is a romping fun romance between a down-on-his-luck rock star and a boy band-loving preschool teacher, complete with a road trip, handcuffs, and fun with nuns. This romantic comedy stands alone with no cheating or cliffhangers and ends with a rockin' awesome happily ever after.

PURCHASE LINKS – $2.99 for a limited time

Free in Kindle Unlimited


Mister McHottie

Free in Kindle Unlimited

Stud in the Stacks

Free in Kindle Unlimited

Exclusively available in audio for a limited time and only $6.99 here:

Pre-order the audiobook today (Releasing July 3):

The Pilot & the Puck-Up

Free in Kindle Unlimited

Royally Pucked

Free in Kindle Unlimited

Beauty and the Beefcake

Free in Kindle Unlimited


Johnaka's Review

“Runaway bride or kidnapped bride? 5 stars”

Oh, dear baby jesus did Rockaway Bride make me LMAO! I thought the idea of the story was amusing when I read the blurb and then I got into the story. I fell into Grants story telling and about died from her humor. Poor Dax had no idea what he was getting himself into when it came to Willow. In Rockaway Bride you see some of Grant’s previous couples, but you do not need to read their stories to understand this one.

Willow is a rebel locked in a good too shoes body. She as a desire to be bad but holds herself back. Then she sees her life flash before her eyes and can’t help but drink herself silly at the thought of the all too straight and boring life style she’s headed towards. After a little too much mead she finds herself on an adventure. One she really doesn’t want to come off of. Will she find out what it means to truly be happy with Dax?

Dax’s life has been going downhill ever since that night with a witch. Now he’s out to fix everything and he thought Willow would be the key to getting his life back on track. But instead he finds himself doing things he never thought about with her. He doesn’t know who has who under lock and key but for better or for worse they are with each other until the end. Will he get everything back to how it was before? Or will a piece of him be missing without her?

Take a crazy journey with Dax and Willow that will make you cringe at their antics yet kind of what to do them too.

Star Ratings:

Writing style-5/5

Erin's Review:

 “All y'all's crazy.” That may be the best line to describe this absolutely freaking hilarious book! I seriously laughed and snorted my way through the whole thing. My family thought I was nuts and there was no good way to explain the funny to my kids when there's lines about sheep breaking wind, dreams of regrowing personal bits shaped line banana with half peels, words like twatasaurus, and a “runaway bride gone wild.”

I don't know how anyone could turn away after reading the blurb for this book. In this topsy turvy, curve ball book, Willow gets kidnapped by a down on his luck rocker on the eve of her wedding. Dax just wants what was stolen from him returned. Their hilarious adventure through Europe proves that “change isn't just good. It's artistically necessary.”

Willow is a straight-laced preschool teacher who has an epiphany the night before her wedding. Her brilliant use of preschool antics makes her character supremely believable while totally endearing. Meanwhile Dax is a rockstar who has lost a fortune to Willow's fiance. He kidnaps Willow just as she's “running” away from her wedding. But Willow turns the tables on Dax and decides she needs to fulfill an insane bucket list of items, with his help as a bad boy. Their fantastic friends and family are grand additions to the cast, providing hilarious antics along the way.

Of course the big bad rocker is going to fall for the good girl preschool teacher. And they do so in a spectacular fashion! “I'm a desperate, horny, needy ball of lust.” For real, the steam these two give off could power a locomotive. I loved their interactions, which started off jaded and hateful; but turned salacious in all the best romance novel ways.

Pippa Grant has written such a fast paced romance novel of hilarious proportions. This was my first time reading one of her books, and I'm am seriously hooked. She did a lovely job of bringing the characters, locations, and situations to life. I was drawn in with the flirty yet gritty details that make all the difference in a believable story you can delve into.

“Magic with a sweet melody and a heavy bass beat and a desperate crescendo...” This book is a fantastic romantic comedy that I hope you all take the time to read. Because then you'll be hooked and attempting to see how many of the author's books you can get away with buying. Honestly, I had a blast reading this book, and I'm excited to find out more about the characters we read about in this book.

Star Ratings:
Plot = 4/5 
Characters = 5/5 
Heat = 4/5 
Writing Style = 5/5 
Overall Rating = 5/5


Pippa Grant is a stay-at-home mom and housewife who loves to escape into sexy, funny stories way more than she likes perpetually cleaning toothpaste out of sinks and off toilet handles. When she’s not reading, writing, sleeping, or trying to prepare her adorable demon spawn to be productive members of society, she’s fantasizing about chocolate chip cookies.



There is a giveaway for a Rocking Bag of Crap including some items that will rock your world.  Of course, there will be some terrible crap too.  Like rocks.  This is a Pippa Bag of crap after all.

Direct Link:

No comments:

Post a Comment