It's Only Rock and Roll

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Publisher Description

Is the rock and roll lifestyle all it’s cracked up to be?

Being the girlfriend of a rock star isn’t all glitz and glamour – at least that’s what Izzy Grant has found since she started dating Seth Roberts of Scarlet Gryphon fame; it’s actually a lot of waiting and wondering and worrying as Seth travels the world whilst she’s stuck in London. Can she ever rely on Mr Cool to settle down? 

But rock gods get insecure too, and whilst Seth is jetting off to far-flung locations to perform sold-out shows, he worries that Izzy will find a “Joe Normal” and opt for a more ordinary life. Plus, he could do with some support when a certain entitled rock star girlfriend gets too big for her Jimmy Choos and threatens to break up the band. 

There is a solution, but are either of them willing to take the plunge? 

22 March
Choc Lit

Customer Reviews

ReviewbyAnne ,


Izzy Grant is back and her relationship is still going strong with Seth Roberts, the lead singer of Scarlet Gryfon. I was delighted to read this novel, it is a standalone, but it does follow on from Berni’s Izzy’s Christmas Star. They are two believable characters who it is easy to fall in love with. A lovely easy read, that will leave a smile on your face. I look forward to the next stage in their journeys. Thank you Berni.

Dimi ,

Lovely read!

Lovely Rom com from Berni Stevens, in this second book about Seth and Izzy. It has a bit of everything, love, worry, long haul trips to Hawaii and of course a lot of rock and roll. I think everyone will enjoy reading this and it will leave you with a smile on your face.

Vonny 123 ,

Loved this story of Izzy and Seth

Although this is a sequel it can also be read as a standalone story. Izzy is a student and part time Zumba teacher. Seth is the lead singer of a famous band. Can their relationship survive the challenges of Seth’s life as a touring pop star? Lovely book which will keep you reading as we enter the world of Izzy and Seth. Really enjoyed it!

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