Rock My Body (Black Falcon, #4) – Michelle A Valentine

Tyke Douglas is tired of being the glue that holds the hottest band in the world together. If the rest of the guys are out doing their own thing, then why shouldn’t he? He’s about to turn things up a notch and bring a whole new level of crazy into Black Falcon’s world.

Francine Mead is putting her sordid past behind and is determined to help others overcome their demons along side her. The first step in her new life is taking a job as an addiction counselor, where she can mentor others through their struggles. Francine never expected to be lured back into temptation when her first sexy celebrity client, Tyke Douglas walks through her door. The moment she lays eyes on him, she’s in trouble.

Both Tyke and Francine know a relationship between them would be a disaster, but with each session, things continue to heat up, making it impossible to deny the connection they share. Boundaries cross, attractions heighten and both of their will powers will be tested to the very limit.

Novel centers around Tyke Douglas, bassist of Black Falcon, and is final book in the series.

Series Order:
ROCK THE HEART (Black Falcon, #1)
ROCK THE BAND (Black Falcon, #1.5)–FREE Novella
ROCK MY BED (Black Falcon, #2)
ROCK MY WORLD (Black Falcon, #2.5)–FREE Novella
ROCK THE BEAT (Black Falcon, #3)
ROCK MY BODY (Black Falcon, #4)

Rock My Body is Tyke’s story, which brings this amazing series to and end. Which yes, is sad but Michelle has done such a good job with this final book and the way it was finished leaves you satisfied and happy with the out come for all the characters.

Tyke’s story was gripping, emotional and devastating at times.
At first I was a little annoyed with Trip, Noel and Riff in the start of this story, i didnt like how the band was pushing Tyke to the side to concentrate on their family that made him feel so alone. But then I remembered it’s the drugs that Tyke is involved in, giving him that hazy view of the world around him, creating the I’m all alone paranoia, that no one cares weather he is there or not.
The moment that Tyke realized that he really did have a problem and the amount of upset and pain he had caused to the Black falcon guys had me with a lump in my throat.

I loved the relationship that develops for Tyke and Frannie, there are lots of emotions flowing between them.
The way Tyke communicated through song titles in his therapy sessions was beautiful.
Frannie and Tyke are not so different, they both have an addiction in one way or another.
Frannie tries to resists Tyke, but hes persistent and after a while they both discover that they just might be each other’s cure.
The group therapy session with the band brought me to tears, when Tyke sang to them wow.

The ending summed the whole series up beautifully, Michelle Valentine has rocked it out for this series, brilliant.

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