Book Review

Sunny Shelly’s Review: Complication by AK Evans

Title: Complication
Series: Rock Stars & Romance #6
Author: A.K. Evans
Genre: Rock Star Romance
Release Date: January 25, 2022
Roscoe Perry is perfectly content with his life as it is. Living the life of a rock star, he’s got everything he could ever want: friends, family, music, women, and freedom. In the middle of a tour, Roscoe makes a quick trip home for his sister’s wedding.
Sienna Baxter has had a crush on Roscoe since she was fourteen, but he was five years older than her, and she wasn’t even a blip on his radar. While it’s been years since she’s seen Roscoe in person, Sienna has followed his career. And one look at the man can still send her heart racing.
So, when Roscoe approaches her at the wedding and turns on the charm, Sienna fails to resist him.
It was supposed to be a night of fun before Roscoe heads out to finish the final leg of the tour with his band. But when he returns, there’s one unexpected complication.
One that threatens the life he’s grown to love.
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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 5 Stars

It’s been a while since I’ve read a book by AK Evans. And after devouring Complication in a single evening, I wish I’d read the books in this series that came first. I was totally hooked on Roscoe and Sienna’s story from the prologue, and as her unplanned pregnancy progressed and he bent over backward to prove to her that he wanted to be a part of her life, I fell in love with this couple as they fell in love with each other.

Sienna has always had a crush on her best friend’s older brother, but after he inadvertently hurt her feelings when she was a teenager, she’s kept her distance from Roscoe for the past 15 years. When they are reunited as partners in his sister’s wedding, sparks fly and they spend a hot and steamy night together. They parted ways the next morning before Roscoe returned to his band’s tour, with Sienna thought she’d see him again when the tour ended. But that didn’t exactly happen, and Sienna was left with a little souvenir of their night together.

I really felt for Sienna as this story unfolded. She is broke, scared, and facing a future of raising a baby completely on her own. Roscoe does not handle the news well at first, and Sienna has every right to be upset after his reaction. But even after he came around, she held him at arm’s length rather than be understanding of the shock the baby was to him. Eventually, they get on the same page to co-parent, and they enter into a new kind of friendship.

When Roscoe decides that he wants to really try being a partner to Sienna in every sense, he really goes all out. I was surprised by how many times I got teary reading Roscoe and Sienna’s story. It really was a heartwarming romance, and for a guy who wanted nothing to do with a committed relationship or having a family at the start of this book, Roscoe was surprisingly swoony when it came to wooing Sienna.

I am definitely putting the rest of this series on my TBR list! I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.

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A.K. Evans is a contemporary romance author of over twenty published novels. While she enjoys writing a good romantic suspense novel, Andrea’s favorite books to write have been her extreme sports romances. That might have something to do with the fact that she, along with her husband and two sons, can’t get enough of extreme sports. 
Before becoming a writer, Andrea did a brief stint in the insurance and financial services industry and managed her husband’s performance automotive business. That love of extreme sports? She used to drive race cars!
When Andrea isn’t writing, she can be found homeschooling her two sons, doing yoga, snowboarding, reading, or traveling with her family. She and her husband are currently taking road trips throughout the country to visit all 50 states with their boys.

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