Jack Dalton was charismatic.
Johnny Outlaw was irresistible.
Two sides of the same man, passionate about two things - music and Holliday Hughes. With her intoxicating mix of strength and vulnerability, confidence and sex appeal, he couldn't get enough of her.
Together, love was a storm of chaos and calm. When fame became a force to be reckoned with, could their love hold them together or would their notoriety tear them apart?
©2015 S. L. Scott (P)2015 S. L. Scott
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"What was I thinking"
I will just say , I should've left it alone.. Book 2 is really bad..I cannot STOMACH the heroin she is sooo perfect..the story just drags. .unnecessary drama... all this drama could've been handled in book 1 because nothing really happens. .I would not recommend this audiobook. .or book 2..book 1 ends just fine.. keep it moving. .don't waste your money trust me..don't do it
"A little disappointed"
This book was as well written as the first, but Jack and Holliday were WAY to slow to learn their relationship lessons. I fast forwarded through much of the second half just because I couldn't endure another ridiculous trust/communication issue. Again, the narration was superb.
"Not sure if I will finish this one..."
I really want to like this book. I went back and listened to the first one again before I started this one. The problem that I'm having is that Holiday seems to have had a personality transplant. She is all over the place with her emotions. Also, she makes bad decision after bad decision. Some parts of the story are just not belivable. Holiday had a backbone in the first book. So far I haven't seen one in this book. I'm really not sure that I want to continue. Very disapointed.
"A must read"
Great series so far. I cannot wait until the next. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who loves rock and roll boos!
"MISTRUST, HEARTBREAK & LIES.... & LOVE'S REDEMPTION"
From the Prologue of this you know something has gone terribly wrong in Jack and Holiday's marriage and the rest of the Chapters capture exactly what went wrong that caused the grief, the mistrust and the heartache. Then the all-consuming plot slides the Prologue neatly into place for the rest of their heartbreak, scandals, fears and bitter tears. Until finally there's joy, laughter, celebrations and happy tears as a HEA comes into view.
This was a hauntingly beautiful bitter-sweet love story that'll take you on great highs and then plummet you to terrible lows as you experience, along with Jack and Holiday, the series of shocking events that can happen whilst trying to hold on to, and trust, the person you love more than yourself. Because being universally loved, famous and in the spotlight eventually has a terrible impact.... on their emotional stability, their peace of mind and their hearts.
Worth a credit? I was forever wiping away the drool caused by the sexy and charismatic Rocker Jack Dalton (aka Johnny Outlaw) and the story was one emotional roller coaster as it threw in the toxic twists and savage turns. Told from both POV's, the narration was great, the whole ride was unstoppable and that 'feel good' feeling afterwards was like being hugged..... so YES worth the credit.
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