Over 100 rock star romance books from 2012! (The ultimate list of new rocker romance)

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By 2012, I’d already published nine books on Amazon and a couple of other places online.  I’d even published a paperback.  My bestselling book by far was Tangled Web—but by the end of 2012, that was getting ready to change in a huge way.

Anyway, over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been taking a trip down rock star romance memory lane. This week, we’re taking a look back to 2012.  As a reminder, I realize I probably won’t name even half of the books that were released that year, but these were titles I remember seeing, novels that made an impression on me in one way or another (or that I wrote). Which ones have you read?

One thing I’ve discovered going backward in time:  some of these books have been repackaged, republished, and relaunched—so I’m glad to know I’m not the only author who’s done that!

If you decide you want to read any of these books, all links point to Amazon (my apologies if you get your books at another site) unless they are no longer in print (in which case, the links will point to Goodreads)—so you can get started right away!  Let’s start reading some sexy rock stars!

January 2012

February 2012

March 2012

April 2012

May 2012

June 2012

July 2012

August 2012

The old cover!

September 2012

October 2012

November 2012

December 2012

If you didn’t get the idea based on how big my 2012 list is compared to the 2011 one, let’s just say that, by then, readers couldn’t get enough rock star romance.  I didn’t realize that until 2012—but, when I did, I planned to give them what they wanted.  In December 2012, I started writing what would be my biggest book ever—both in length and bestselling status.  But we’ll talk about that when I post the 2013 rock star romance list.

In the meantime, which of these books have you read?  Which do you want to read? 

Which do you want to read AGAIN? Let me know in the comments!

4 Responses

  1. Mary Lou Hoffman

    I have read:
    MADversary, Jade C. Jamison
    Then Kiss Me, Jade C. Jamison
    White Trash Beautiful, Teresa Mummert (White Trash Trilogy #1)
    Everything But, Jade C. Jamison (Tangled Web #2)

    Thanks for the trip down memory lane!

  2. Kathy Aronoff

    I love that you did this – I have read most of them and are sad that some I didn’t are no longer available. There’s a few hidden gems I can recommend “How We Remember” The Ever Mine Trilogy by Louise Scoular is one of my all time favorites Good News is all three are still available.

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