Summary

Ally Nightingale has secrets. Secrets she doesn't even share with the Rock Chicks. But two men know what she's up to. One has her back. The other has her heart, but he doesn't know it.
As Ally rewinds the last year of her life, she knows two things. One, she’s never going to get what every Rock Chick should have - her own Hot Bunch guy. And two, she’s a Nightingale through and through. She just isn’t sure what to do about that.
But as her secrets are revealed, the men in her life react. Darius Tucker, a lifelong friend, as usual takes her back. Ren Zano, the man she loves, isn’t quite so sure. The Rock Chicks, Hot Bunch, and the entire gang at Fortnum’s weigh in, and a Rock Chick Revolution starts brewing. It’s up to Ally to control it and prove what she knows down to her bones.
She’s a Rock Chick, she deserves her hot guy and she’s going to keep the one she wants.… Because she’s a Nightingale.
©2013 Kristen Ashley (P)2014 Audible, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Tink21B on 12-03-18

Brilliant

I’ma big fan of both Kristen Ashley and the Rock Chick series and this was my absolute favourite! Through many of the previous stories we caught brief glimpses of Ren and Ally’s relationship but they were kept frustratingly brief so my anticipation for this book was sky high! It didn’t disappoint. Remand Ally were brilliant and their relationship was the most satisfying to me. With the previous stories I was often frustrated by the core relationship dynamics no matter how funny the dialogue. With this Ren and Ally were equals and treated one another as such! When they were wrong they apologised and the accepted one another for who they were. The plot was really good as well though as I’ve found with all the previous books in the series it’s the humour, characters and relationship that I really loved. The narration was excellent as well.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Inishowen Cailin on 03-03-18

My least favourite

My least favourite of the series. The story was slow. It took a long time for anything to happen and when there was finally some suspense it was all over and resolved in a flash.
I fast forwarded the endless amount of sex scenes and I still couldn't wait to get to the end. Disappointed.

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5 out of 5 stars
By quilteragogo on 05-12-14

The grand fin-Ally

This whole series is well worth the read, and I liked the way the story of Fay was added. Alley keeping her secrets really hurts, not sharing with friends and family, fighting her demons on her own, truly sucks, it's great though that she has such a great shadow to help. loved the way the author became a part of the stories. Great listen and read, Kristen Ashely Rocks...

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Smart Shopper on 07-02-15

Sensational!

I love this entire series! Ally really represents the maturity of all the characters growing up and settling into life after disaster.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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