Don’t Mention the Rock Star

They fell in love in an instant …
so why have they spent a lifetime apart?

As a teenager Kellie dated an American boy but circumstances meant they went their separate ways. Now he’s back and she’s so tempted to see him again. But two decades have passed and they are both married with children.

And the last thing a celebrity reporter like her needs is the world finding out about her past relationship with a rock star. Especially as Kellie’s husband doesn’t even know she once dated AJ Dangerfield, lead singer of legendary band Danger Game. And she has no intention of him finding out. EVER.

As Kellie deals with a demanding boss, a bullied son, an infuriating mother-in-law and a best friend who won’t act her age, she finds herself playing a dangerous game. What will happen if her two worlds collide? And is it possible that first love never fades.



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“Don’t Mention the Rock Star reads like a classic rock ballad full of love, lies and regret. If you are bored of New York and tired of LA then head to Oz, where love is just as complicated.”
– Novelicious

“With an unpredictable plot, unforgettable characters, a love story that may go down as one of your favorites, Don’t Mention the Rock Star will have you laughing at times and crying during some scenes, but ultimately, it will leave you smiling from ear to ear. Bree Darcy is definitely an author to watch out for.”
– Readers Favorite

“The basic storyline of Don’t Mention the Rock Star is quite a classic one within the world of chick lit, but the author has definitely managed to make it her own and turn it into a thoroughly enjoyable read. The novel has some well-drawn and easily loveable characters at its core. I immediately warmed to Kellie and Andy was unlike any other male hero I’ve come across before; I loved how unique and funny he was … But most of all, I just really enjoyed the author’s writing style. This was such an entertaining and comfortable read; I honestly loved it.”
A Spoonful of Happy Endings

“Don’t Mention The Rock Star is my favorite sort of love story, where two people who are meant to be together lose each other somewhere along the way. Bree Darcy’s writing is funny, entertaining, and surprising. Be sure to read this wonderful love story on what it might be like if your first love grew up to become a famous rock star.”
– Chelsey Krause, author of Can’t Always Get What You Want

“The writing style was totally my cup of tea: witty, clever, sharp as a knife, the dialogues were catchy and felt so real … It was in fact one incredible debut novel.”
– On My Bookshelf

 “Oh baby, I just read the mother of all love triangles! This one was meaty and juicy and full of everything I love about this genre! … Add in some drama, a sprinkle of old feelings and a whole heap of sexual tension and, ladies and gentlemen, we have ourselves a love triangle of truly epic proportions! I must say I’m extremely impressed that this is a debut for Bree Darcy. The story is so well written and had me devouring it in no time.”
– Give Me Books

“Bree Darcy makes an auspicious debut with this compelling story of love, marriage, family and friendship that twists and turns and keeps readers guessing – who will Kellie choose? Can first love prevail after decades adrift? Colourful characters with all-too-human frailties, immersed in the world of celebrity, make this a tale for our times, and an engaging, satisfying read to the last.”
– Journalist Irene Wringe

“I thought I knew where the story was going, only for it to veer in a different and unexpected direction again … I was gripped from early on, I couldn’t put it down! A fabulous debut novel.”
– Lisa’s Book Blog




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