Raelyn left home to pursue her dreams
of becoming a rock/blues singer years ago. She followed the
promises of a man who is long gone, but she has never come
home as she hasnít forgiven her father for not supporting
her when she wanted to pursue music. Now she has been
summoned home to help her twin brother who has managed to
break both of his legs in a rodeo accident. She's
tough-as-nails persona, but dreads facing her father as the
failure that he predicted she would be.
Hud became Kendallís right hand man
when his children (Ty and Raelyn) off and left the ranch to
pursue their own lives. Not that he wanted or asked for the
job, but through time, it seems that it has sucked him in.
He is surprised to see what Raelyn looks like and her
attitude when he picks her up in Las Vegas to bring her
home. She is nothing like the woman that he remembered or
thought of when looking at all the PI reports that her
father commissioned. One thing is for sure, she rocks his
world, but he wonít play second fiddle to anyone, even
Hud challenges Raelyn to determine what
she really wants out of life, and what she is willing to do
to get that.
Rock My World is a wonderful story about going
home again. In this case, it is going home and learning what
is really important in life and when to forgive and move
on. I think Ms. Eden did a great job in putting together
characters that you not only care for, but whose dilemmas
you understand. It was easy to see where they were coming
from, and where (and how) their opinions were formed. Let me
tell you, Ms. Eden can write a seriously erotic scene
between two lovers. This book deals with a lot and still has
a building romance and some hot sex. I enjoyed Rock
My World and think you will also.