Review: Holding On To You, by Rachel S. Rose Reply


5 out of 5 stars

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The author had my emotions all ways of up and down in book 2. I was mad at characters and then happy all with in just a few chapters. While both of these main characters have problems that need worked out you can see how they could work. If only they could get thier stuff fully worked out. Book 3 can’t get here soon enough because I want to see were these friends will all go next!!

Reviewed by Brave One

Our Blog was given this book in exchange for an honest review.


Holding On To You (Singing Star Trilogy Book 2):

Would her jealously drive away the only man who had stayed?

Melissa relished her newfound relationship, until Nathan started to get all the attention. Okay, he was gorgeous. And yes, he was sure to win Singing Star, the singing contest she had crashed out of embarrassingly. However, he was hers and only hers…wasn’t he?

Nathan couldn’t get used to being attached. For so long he had kept his heart hidden under his brawn, wrapped up in his singing. Now, Melissa threatened the very thing he had been avoiding. Her vulnerability mixed with jealousy brought out a side to him that he’d been trying to hide.




Other Books In This Series:


5 out of 5 stars


Would you give up your values for one moment of passion?

Melissa is always tempted by the men that only want one thing. When Nathan shows up in her life, she can’t say no to his advances, even though she wants more. Distracting herself by auditioning and getting through to the next round of a singing contest doesn’t work. Especially when Nathan turns out to be one of the contestants.

Nathan has a past that cripples him. His dream is to use his talent as a singer/songwriter to get to the top. No one can get to his heart there. Not even the woman who makes him laugh with her insecure ways.


This was a book that leaves you looking for how the author will keep these characters together, while they have every reason to stay apart. While I think that Melissa has a lot of the same worries that every girl has when they are starting to talk to a boy thier relationship has many problems if they could make it work. Were will this go, have to read book two because to soon book one was over !

Reviewed by Brave One

About the Author:

Rachel S. Rose was born and raised in Surrey, England. She writes sexy empowering fiction and non fiction because she believes that women can own their sexuality and femininity. Her slightly kinky imagination combined with a need to share empowered feminine stories makes Rachel determined to find her tribe.

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