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Review: No Pink Caddy (ACE #1) by Layne Harper


How fast can a pink ’57 Cadillac whisk me away from my dead-end life? Because my twenties have been less than what was promised in the college brochure.

Then one day, it happens. Instead of falling in love with my best friend like I was supposed to, I meet a rock star who happens to be a fan of my site, You’d think that would be where the story ended, but it’s actually just the beginning.

How does a southern girl from New Orleans, who just wants to make her own way in the world, merge her life with that of one of the hottest rock stars on the planet? Well, let me tell you, it’s not easy.

This book is recommended for anyone who refuses to take the easy road in life, and those girls who dream of falling in love with a rock star. It’s not all tight jeans and guitar serenades, but hot damn, there are some fun times along the way.

This book is recommended for readers over the age of 18.

My Review

Brilliant. Heartbreaking. Amazing. Just a few words to describe this latest release by Layne Harper.

I have been a fan of Layne Harper’s books for quite sometime. I will never forget the roller-coaster ride of emotions that I felt when I read her Infinity Series. So, when I heard about No Pink Caddy, I just knew I HAD to read this book.

No Pink Caddy follows the story of Aaron and MK. Aaron and MK’s story starts off as your typical romance, but quickly turns into more. MK is the kind of girl you just can’t help but fall in love with. She’s smart. She’s quirky. She stands up for herself and isn’t afraid to go after what she wants. When Aaron blew into her life, he completely turned it upside down. Aaron is about to take MK for a ride that she is never going to forget.

One of the things that I loved about Aaron was that he wasn’t perfect. He made no excuses for who he was and just tried to be a better man. However, being with Aaron isn’t easy. Not only is he a super hot rock star, but he’s also a recovering addict. He had so many highs and lows, I felt like I had whiplash just trying to keep up. So, while Aaron’s seemingly bipolar antics drove me crazy at times, I think it really helped showcase all the struggles that he has. Again, he’s not perfect. He’s going to stumble. He’s going to make mistakes. And sometimes, no matter how much it breaks our hearts, sometimes, we just have to hit rock bottom to see what’s really important and to make the necessary changes in our lives.

No Pink Caddy is well written and captivating. I loved Layne Harper’s take on a rock star romance. This story had so many ups and downs. It sucks you in from the very beginning and will be impossible to put down. From the moment you meet MK and Aaron, you have to know more about them and will find yourself desperate to read what will happen next. I found them to both be so real and raw both MK and that quality mad them so easy for me to relate to and connect with. MK and Aaron’s story while fun at times, is not an easy one..  It will pull at your heart and it does deal with some heavy subject matter. I think that the author did an amazing job conveying and making the reader understand just how real and present Aaron’s struggles were.

I think the Ace Series is off to an amazing start. MK and Aaron’s story sucked me in and played with emotions. No Pink Caddy is smart and sexy. It will leave frustrated one minute and swooning the next. And in the end, all I have left to say is, I can’t wait to see what’s in store next for MK and Aaron.

*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review*

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