Review: Book: All Night Long- Madelynne Ellis


Title: All Night Long

Series: Black Halo #1

Author’s Name: Madelynne Ellis

Publisher: Incantatrix Press

Genre: Rockstar Romance

Page Count: 128 Pages


Author or Book Website:

Link to Amazon purchase page: All Night Long

Link to Goodreads: All Night Long

Release Date: N/A

How I Got the Book: Review Copy

Summary of the Book:

Three hot guitarists.
Two people looking for love, but too afraid to admit it.
One exhilarating night.

One night of rampant passion with a rock star, that’s all it’s supposed to be. Ginny Walters isn’t looking for love, only some sexy fun with an unbelievably hot guy; that is until she hooks up with Black Halo’s lead guitarist, Ash Gore, on the night his band splits.

Ginny discovers a side to the womanizing bad boy that she never imagined. Beneath his hard rock image is a man so hung up on past hurt that he’s unwilling to risk becoming emotionally involved. How can she convince him they’ve got something worth holding onto, when she’s not sure dating a rock star is a terribly bright idea?

Ash can’t get Ginny out of his head. She’s totally unlike the women who fan his ego but leave him unsatisfied. Ginny sees through the media hype to the scarred man beneath. Given that Ginny understands him like no one else, is this a one night stand he won’t be able to leave behind?

My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I love rockstar romances. That is why I picked to review this book. It was a quick read and a fun on. It is the first in a series that I need the rest of soon. This follows Ginny and Ash’s journey to find of if it was more then a one night stand and if they even want more then that one night. Ginny is a bold and self-assured woman who believes she knows what they want and need. Ash is not so sure and he is a little broken and feeling that he is not as important has his bandmates. There are several more books in this series and this gives up a look in to more of how the band works and fits together.

My Rating of the Book: 4 Stars

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