Rock Hard

Rock Hard

by LJ Vickery

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Marduk, Mesopotamian god of thunder, has been invisible for hundreds of years, his punishment for leaving an entire civilization to wither and die...all for the love of a woman. Now, the gods seem to be reaping a great deal of pleasure at his expense once again for it's another little bit of a woman who has the power to make him whole. She lights his formerly passionless form on fire, but he'll have to battle more than the gods who placed him and his brothers in this purgatory to win her heart and her body. Some demons must be faced to be defeated, even if they are hers.

Tess has straightened her life out. That means no alcohol, no risk, and most of all NO MEN! But this god-like creature she first sees naked on the beach makes her forget the horrors wrought by another and consider the passion zinging through her veins. Can she take such a risk again without sacrificing her sobriety and her life?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150582781
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press, Inc.
Publication date: 11/07/2014
Series: LJ Vickery's Immortals Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 394
Sales rank: 34,518
File size: 349 KB

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Rock Hard 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
amartinez87 More than 1 year ago
A thrilling start to this new PNR series full of Gods, demons and fated one. I enjoyed this new world and all the unique characters. I look forward to learning more about each of the Gods!
Amanda_Kaye More than 1 year ago
I must admit that I really did enjoy this take on a book and I did enjoy this author that is new to me. The book did start out a little slow but it is worth the wait because then the story really begins to unfold. In this book we meet a god named Marduk. He is the Mesopotamian god of thunder and sadly he has spent a long time being invisible. This is not just a figure speech he is literally in visible because of a curse or a joke however you want to look at it that is placed upon him. He is not the only one there are others but this is his story well as you can imagine being invisible you take certain liberties so when he is laying out naked on a beach he looks up to find a human female staring at him not through him and not passed him but she actually sees him. This causes him to freak out a little bit and The female, named Tess, runs. Of course he chases her down and finds out that he is only visible when he is around her. Of course he's not understanding what is going on at this point but he realizes that this little slip of a human may be the key to breaking the invisibility spell on him. Well it's more like a curse. And not only was he invisible but he was basically a ghost unable to touch other people or do anything so when he is around tests that is restored to him as well so of course he does not want to lose this humans contact. Tess however does not know what to do when this happens. She is trying to get her life back on track after a horrible time in her life lead her and another family member to alcohol which led to many other problems. Trying to get her life back on track she has determined that she is not going to engage in anything she does not need and this includes both alcohol and men. So of course she does as much as she can to avoid him but he keeps showing up wherever she is. What follows is a very interesting book between two very interesting characters I do find that I want to wish list the rest of the series and see what happens with his other God "brothers "who are cursed as well. The characters are well written although there is a little bit of arrogance on the attitudes of some in the book but it only serves to and Hantz the book. I highly suggest trying this book it's a nice read and I finished it in one sitting. Another thing that I really didn't joy was that it was about a Mesopotamian God and you don't read about those as often as you read about the Greek and Egyptian gods so it was very interesting to get into a little bit of different folklore