Wednesday, November 4, 2015

The Rock Star's Secret Baby by Zara Keane

Title:  The Rock Star's Secret Baby
Series:  Ballybeg Bad Bosy #2
Author:  Zara Keane
Publication Date:  October 29/15 by Beaverstone Press LLC
Length:  144pgs
Genre:  romantic suspense
Shelf:  review
Rating: ★★★★★

Back Cover Blurb:

He’d rocked her world. She’s about to blow up his life. 

When a beautiful former fling blasts back into his life, jaded Irish rock star Darko Dunne’s peaceful seclusion on a private island comes to an explosive end. Faced with a band of ruthless criminals and a ticking clock, Darko and Muireann must pool their resources to rescue the baby he never knew he had.

My Review:

This is Keane at her finest. She put pen to paper combining small town Ireland with suspense and rock stars to create a novel I simply couldn’t put down. I devoured it in a single sitting. The picturesque descriptions allowed me to picture every aspect of the novel while the stunning narrative brought the story forward in an exciting and easy to follow manner. I loved how the various aspects of the story melded together, creating a romantic, suspenseful, and original whole.

The characters in this story took the fantastic plot up another notch. I really enjoyed getting to know Muireann better as she came to grips with the new life she was now leading. The contrast between who she was two years ago and who she is now is shocking, yet doesn’t break with her character at all. Damian was a fantastic hero, both who he is now and where he came from. He was a complex character who was so very easy to understand and fall in love with. James-David was an important addition to the story, even if he didn’t have much to say. And I can’t comment about the unforgettable French chef at all without giving too much away, but just know that I absolutely loved him in all incarnations.

Once again Keane has created a novel that allowed me to escape from reality within its pages while also remaining completely realistic. It is a must read for all lovers of romantic fiction.

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