Rock Chick Regret : Rock Chick

  • by Kristen Ashley
  • Narrated by Susannah Jones
  • Series: Rock Chick
  • 19 hrs and 3 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Sadie Townsend is known by all as The Ice Princess and she’s worked hard to earn her reputation. Her father, a now-incarcerated Drug Lord, has kept her under his thumb her whole life, and she’s learned enough from living in his world to give everyone the cold shoulder. But one inebriated night, she shows Hector the Real Sadie, and he knows he’ll stop at nothing to have her. Hector Chavez makes one (huge) mistake: he waits for Sadie to come to him. Tragedy strikes, and Sadie’s got a choice. She can retreat behind her Ice Fortress, or she can embrace the Rock Chick/Hot Bunch World. Guided by Hector, the Rock Chicks, the Hot Bunch and her new gay roommates, Buddy and Ralphie, Sadie negotiates a life out from under her father’s thumb. A life that includes poison, arson and learning how to make s’mores.


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Hector vs. the Ice Princess

I love all of the Rock Chick stories, but this one is probably the most emotional. Sadie is a complex character with a lot to learn about friendship and love. She has a lot of walls built up due to her upbringing. Sadie's life is endangered after her father is incarcerated, and Hector, one of the Hot Bunch is not willing to leave her to the wolves. He is also not willing to let her close herself off to him or run away. It's another hot ride with the Rock Chicks and the Hot Bunch. The narrator in this series does a fantastic job - she's one of my favorites.
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- Debbie Herman

Rock Chick Regret

Yep, I have 2 because I like them both in different ways. This is Favorite ½ lol.
I mean we get Hector “Oh my God” Chavez! Jumps up and down… I mean really!

Sadie and Hector’s story:
This story by far is the most emotional for me, not to say the other books didn’t have their fair share of emotions. This book made me cry and tear up multiple times and not just once but every time I re read it.

Sadie isn’t your average every day girl, she grew up with a father who was head of crime and drugs. No real affection after the passing of her mother. She hasn’t had a real genuine friend all her life. So she protects herself with armor, whether that’s designer clothes or the facade of Sadie the Ice Princess. Who never lets anyone close because she never knew if they were there for her or to get to her father.

“It only matters if there’s someone to care if you don’t wake up. It’s okay if I don’t wake up because there’s no one to care.” – Sadie

The book starts of right away with rape and I know what you’re thinking it’s going to be a downer she is going to be broken and upset and not a fun character. And who would blame her, rape is terrible. But that’s not Sadie she tackles what life throws at her with strength and determination like no other Rock Chick yet.

Yes she is wounded and broken but enter in Hector “Oh my God” Chavez and he helps her see the real Sadie and bring her out. He is incredible, patient and finds Sadie utterly hilarious and I love that.
Hector is also Eddie’s brother so we see Blanca again yay I love when she showed up in Eddie and Jet’s book she was funny then and she is funny in this book as well.

“If he gets up before me, he tucks the covers around me so I won’t be cold.” -Sadie

Hector is just an all-round great character. Oh and Buddy and Ralphie who are her gay best friends/family. They are who also help her heal with the aid of Veronica Mars and the best friends a girl could ask for.

‘ “Ralphie, get away from the wind,” Buddy ordered.
I lifted my head to see Ralphie holding the curtain wide and standing, bold as you please, staring out the window.
“It’s Hispanic Hottie this time,” Ralphie informed us. ‘
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- Pam Audio-Listener "Read/Listen, Review and Recommend!"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-10-2014
  • Publisher: Audible Studios