Published by Self-Published on March 7th 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Source: Giveaway Win
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My American Dream just shattered and they think I did it on purpose. They have sentenced me to hell by sending me back to the last place I want to be. They have people watching me twenty-four-seven. They want the truth about how my band mates died, and they’re going to get it, no matter what.
No matter how hard I fight. No matter how many times I deny it. No matter what it takes, the truth is going to catch up with me.
I am Rowan Kyle Saber. I am RK. I am Rock. Ex-lead-singer for Son of a Jack. Ex-addict, ex-friend, ex-boyfriend, ex-brother… and presently in denial.
Welcome to Grand Lake, Colorado, where all my nightmares started. Welcome to the past. Welcome to the present. Welcome to RK’s fucked up life.
The only thing holding me together is her. But even that might be a lie.
“Rock” is about this singer/songwriter named RK who is forced to return “home” to Grand Lakes, Colorado. “Home” is normally that one place that gives you peace but it is the complete opposite for RK. At first, it is unclear how he ends up somewhere that he detests so much and I loved how JA Huss kept me speculating.
As a matter of fact, she keeps you guessing almost all throughout the entire book. Once you have one element figured out she drops another shocking revelation. The twists and turns weren’t the only thing that I enjoyed about the book…I appreciated how JA Huss gave us so much insight from a singer/songwriter’s point of view. It was detailed enough that it had me wondering if the author had a background in music.
The story isn’t lacking in the romance department either. While the (hate) fucking, in the beginning, was in my opinion absolutely SENSATIONAL it was that soul-deep connection between the main couple that had me completely moved. RK was lost but because this profound love he found his way. It doesn’t get any more perfect than that!
The bottom line is, every book I’ve read by JA Huss is simply amazing. Any book written by her and then narrated by Sebastian York is even better! There’s just something about her words combined with his voice that gets me every single time! If you asked me to describe it in one word, it would be “HYPNOTIZING”.