The Rhythm Method- Review
The Rhythm Method, an all new rock star romance novella filled with surprises in the bestselling Stage Dive Series from New York Times bestselling author Kylie Scott and 1,001 Dark Nights, is available now!
From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Kylie Scott comes a new story in her Stage Dive series…
It all started in Vegas…
After a wild and tumultuous beginning to their relationship, Evelyn Thomas and her rock star husband David Ferris have been happily married for years. Nothing needs to change, their life together is perfect. Which means that change in the shape of an unexpected pregnancy is bound to shake things up some. But could it be for the better?
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“In about five years,” he agreed, taking a swig from his bottle of beer. Because you could take the rock star to Paris and dress him in a three-piece suit, but he still wouldn’t be sipping champagne. Thank you very much.
“That’s the plan,” I said.
“And you do like your plans.”
The man was right about that. Some people could go through life flying by the seat of their pants. Content to not know what would happen next. I was not one of those people. I both knew and accepted this about myself. Know thyself and all that. Lists were my friends. Neatly ordered inventories of anything and everything going on in my life. Places to be. Things to do. Targets to be achieved at work. Planning was how I gave shape and context to my existence which in turn helped me live life to the fullest. Not that I didn’t mind taking a walk on the wild side now and then. I had woken up in Vegas married to a rock star, after all. But being organized was where I thrived. It was my happy place.
“I say we enjoy ourselves while we can.” His fingers crept beneath my long blonde hair to rub my neck. Guitarists’ hands were wonderful things. So much strength and dexterity. Not to mention the creativity.
I raised a brow. “Are you talking about the bathroom again?”
“The way I figure it, this suite has four rooms,” he said, voice low and husky. Sexy as fuck. My panties grew damper with every word he whispered. “The bedroom, bathroom, dining room, and this formal parlor or whatever the hell the butler called it. Now, given how much we’re paying per night, it would be wrong of us to not make the most of the place.”
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About Kylie Scott
Kylie is a New York Times and USA Today best-selling author. She was voted Australian Romance Writer of the year, 2013, 2014 & 2018, by the Australian Romance Writer’s Association and her books have been translated into eleven different languages. She is a long time fan of romance, rock music, and B-grade horror films. Based in Queensland, Australia with her two children and husband, she reads, writes and never dithers around on the internet.
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I think, by now, my love of revisiting familiar characters is well-known. That and my love of secret/surprise babies. So The Rhythm Method by Kylie Scott was right up my alley. I was surprised, though, that this take on my favorite trope is actually a “I didn’t know I was pregnant” moment. Needless to say, Evelyn and David are in for a big surprise in this book. I did love the revisit of all of my favorite Stage Dive characters, special shout out to Mal! The main plot of this book revolves around this big shock for Evelyn and David and them trying to figure out how their relationship will work with it. Honestly, I expected more from the story. It just felt too short and without enough story. This was more a slice of life look at Evelyn and David than a novella about them. Overall, seeing my old favorite characters was great but the story in this book felt lackluster.