Strumming Me by Diemme Black



Release Day: April 18, 2016
Genre: Contemporary Rocker Romance



Sarah has finally escaped the man who almost had her forever but never had her heart, but she’s still left hurt and confused. Now she’s even more cautious than she was before when it comes to life, and especially men.

Matt Lewis is the guitarist in the band Blacking Out, and while he has women flinging themselves at him every night, the second he sees Sarah he knows his playboy days are over. When he rescues Sarah from her past, he’s determined to become her future and he’ll stop at nothing to make her his. While Sarah wants to commit to more than just a fling, she’s not sure she can ever move past what she’s been through.

Matt knows how to play Sarah’s body, but can he find the right chord to strike her heart?

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About the Author:

Diemme Black is an author of adult romance novels who loves captivating her readers with stories about real women and masculine men who love them. In writing her books, Diemme gives a voice to women who deserve to be heard and does it in a way that keeps you enthralled and wanting more. And, of course, the romance and erotic scenes are a nice plus.

Diemme has been married to her husband for over a decade and is still madly in love. Diemme lives on the West Coast, likes to travel to all different beach destinations, and loves the sun and the sand. She thoroughly enjoys reading other erotica romance and adult romance novels.

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Strumming Me
Diemme Black

Strumming me is the second Rokk Me Hard story. Even though this is a standalone, I did read the first book to give myself a background on Sara and Matt. When Sara and Matt met, she was engaged. This is their story, it’s a story about strength and rebuilding yourself, and finding your true love.  There really wasn’t much about this book that I didn’t like. The only thing that stands out to me is that, there was a point or two where I felt that maybe there was just a touch too much drama unfolding.  However, I love drama in my books, and I definitely didn’t feel that there was any missed opportunities.  The only other thing I was torn on whether I liked it or not, was that there were a couple of slower parts.  For the most part this happened following a dramatic scene, and was kind of a welcome cooling point.  On the upside, there was so much to love about this book. I absolutely loved watching the love and relationship between Sara and Matt grow and develop. Aside from Sara and Matt I loved all of the  supporting characters. When I was done reading Strumming Me, I realized this was the type of book I needed to get my fix on “rockstar romances”. I don’t think I have been this in love with a band in a while.


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