Review: Rock My World by Sharisse Coulter

Coulter writes a beautiful story about a woman who thinks all is going wrong for her from her husband, her friend and her career. I really enjoyed reading about Jenna and her issues. She’s quite the person that despite her issues continues to do what she needs to. Women I think will be able to relate to her characters as I’m sure everyone out there has gone through  some tough times. It’s quite the page turner as the scenes and dialogue flowed perfectly. I had to read it in one sitting and enjoyed every bit of it. Those who love women’s contemporary fiction will love reading Rock My World.
Author: Sharisse Coulter
Page Count: 271
Genre: Contemporary Women’s Fiction
Publication Date: 1/22/13
Jenna Jax-Anders hit rock bottom in high school, or so she thought.  From rock star heiress to knocked-up has been, she turned it all around, marrying the punk rock baby daddy love of her life.  The perfect Hollywood fairytale.  Until the day she walked in on him kissing her best friend.
As she struggles to find herself and redefine the world around her, she faces the challenges of raising her over-achieving teenage daughter, the heartbreak of losing her best friend (backstabbing aside), and emerging from the shadows of two famous last names to find her own identity.  Oh, there’s also the tiny issue of her husband’s record label, backed by an anonymous mogul  whose morally ambiguous creative direction may ruin them all.  But she doesn’t know about that yet.
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