Tuesday, April 30, 2013



Title: One Night With a Rock Star
Author: Chana Keefer
Publisher: Old Barn Press (April 30, 2013)
Pages: 327
Wow, I’m not sure where to begin. ONE NIGHT WITH A ROCK STAR by CHANA KEEFER is now on my list of all time favorite books. What an honor and privilege to have read this captivating story.
The prolog had me a little confused, as they often do. I then moved on to the story where I was immediately swept away. There’s something to be said about first person, and MS. KEEFER did an amazing job. The one thing I don’t like about first person is the lack of the hero’s perspective. What MS. KEEFER did in regards to this dilemma was nothing short of amazing. Her writing is brilliant, with many great lines, a real page-turner.
ONE NIGHT WITH A ROCK STAR is county meets rock at its best, with a touch of Cinderella, in a unique and refreshing way. I loved the vast differences of the main characters lives and how Sky was drawn to the innocents of Esther’s world.
The plot is wonderful, with characters that come to life, and will have you falling in love with then. What female hasn’t dreamt of meeting a rock star, and having a relationship with them?
In reading THE END, I was okay with it. It was a good ending. Not great, just good. Good only because it left me feeling as if there should be something more. As I turned from what I thought to be the last page, I was treated to a, P.S. Kind of a mini epilog. Suddenly I needed to go back and reread the prolog. When I did, it brought tears to my eye as the realization hit me.
But if that wasn’t enough, I started to read the excerpt to the sequel. My first thought, what could the author possibly do with a continuation. As I read each page, automatically absorbed into the next story, it happened. I actually gasped. I don’t think I’ve ever experience a glimpse into a sequel as riveting as the one to ONE NIGHT WITH A ROCK STAR.
Hurry up and get here, 2015.
I must find out what happens!



Chana Keefer said...
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Chana Keefer said...


Thank you so much for that wonderful review and feature on your blog. Way to go, Quick Draw, you were first to comment on the brand new, just delivered & spanked baby!

Blessings on your own writing endeavors!


p.s. Sorry I removed and recommented. Can't. Stop. Editing.

Kym McNabney said...


Thank you for blessing me with such an amazing story. Can't wait for the next. You have a new fan, for sure.



June Foster said...

Kym, Sorry I couldn't find another place to write you. I just wanted to let you know, in my book Deliver Us, the hero comes to the Lord in prison through the Chuck Colson Prison Fellowship. Then he receives a grant from a similar organization for college tuition. Of course,this is just fiction, but guys like Riley Mathis are out there. The book also has a strong pro-life message. I don't know if you do book reviews, or would even be interested, but I could send you a PDF copy. Thanks, June