Book Reviews

Moonlighting with the British Rock Star by Cindy Roland Anderson

My edition: Kindle Unlimited
Pages: 255
Stand alone
Genre: Clean Romance, Music, Contempory
Published: March 11, 2020
Rating: 3.5 stars


She needs a temporary fiancé.

He needs a new image.

Nobody was supposed to fall in love.

Trying to get out of her evil stepsister’s engagement party, Josie claims to be secretly engaged and can’t make it home. But when the engagement party turns into a wedding, Josie only has a few days to find a fiancé or admit she was lying. Things get more complicated when her wealthy employer tries helping and brings home a temporary fiancé for Josie to take to the wedding.

There’s only one problem…

He’s Colin Wilde.

The British rock star with a bad rep looking to change his ways.


Lies. No matter how well they are executed, the truth eventually comes out. Josie Sinclair knew better than to tell a lie, especially a whopper she’d told her stepsister.

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This was a bit different than what I thought it was going to be. I really liked Josie and Colin together.

The story was great and the characters were good. Josie’s stepsister, her stepmother, and the sister’s fiancé were a bit flat. They were the normal sleezy, evil people.

If you are looking for something cute, light, and can finish in a day, this book is for you. It’s also a clean romance. There is only kissing. I don’t remember any cuss words. But like I said it’s cute and sweet.