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Highway Song: A Smokey's Roadhouse Novel by [Jacobs, Jessa]
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About the Author

Like you, I'm a reader. When I read a good story with characters I can connect with, my everyday existence fades into the background as I enter a world that may contain exotic locations, adventure and excitement. And, if I can be totally honest with you, in my favorite stories I can fall in love for a while with an impossibly gorgeous guy who is the best lover imaginable. So, maybe it won't come as a surprise that in my books you'll find hot alpha male book-boyfriends, sassy heroines who are much more clever and beautiful than I am, and stories I hope will make you laugh and cry while reading them, as I did while writing them. Oh, and some scenes you may want to role-play with your lover. I write hot, steamy romance novels with popular tropes, like billionaires, cowboys, rock stars, stepbrothers...and sometimes more than one in the same guy! My stories are for fun, so you'll find some humor in them as well. I hope you like them.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1340 KB
  • Print Length: 393 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Mad for Romance Publishing (27 Sept. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B015WOUEN6
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #303,083 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I received this free of charge to give my True and HONEST REVIEW

Jessa Jacobs has done it again, in this her first FULL LENGTH book. MORE THAN BRILLIANT. This time is slightly different though as there's More trauma,a lot more Drama and a lot more apprehension. LOVED IT, LOVED IT, LOVED IT
We meet Amy (Amanda)a runaway who's childhood was traumatic especially after (Rick) Rex & his mum leaves her abusive father but they have to leave her behind.She can't take anymore so runs away at 15. She thinks she'll have a better life but of oh my bloody hell I don't think it could become worse.
Jump a few years and she's working in a biker bar in a very sleepy can't even call town. Rex is in a very band on their way for a Battle of the Bands competition to put them out there.Things go bad for worse for them at when they stop off for a drink & Amy panics seeing her ex step brother but as it's been 17 yrs he doesn't recognise her as she was 10 and he hadn't changed.
When she feels things are becoming worse in the biker bar with the younger ones trying to bring in drugs she feels the Cortel who's after her after witnessing him gun down her first saviour, he'll catch her so she decides to move on with the band when their replacement bus arrives.
After they hear her sing when 2 of them stay behind they want her in their band, she's apprehensive about it with being televised and being seen & but goes with it. Especially as her feelings for Rex is becoming stronger.
After a gig things change again for the her and that's when Rex learns her real identity, What's going to happen......
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I wasn’t quite sure what to expect when I started this novel but as always Jessa Jacobs did not disappoint. Full of raw emotion, sizzling chemistry and drama Highway Song was a fabulous read!

Saying Amy has had a tough life would be putting it mildly. Having suffered abuse at the hand of her father from a young age, she ran away to escape him only to fall prey to more men who only wanted to use and abuse her. When she finally got help and things started to look up, she witnessed something she should never have seen and has been running ever since.

Now years later she’s working at Smokey’s Roadhouse, hiding in a deserted area hoping never to be found. The last thing she expected was Rex to walk into the bar, now a semi-famous rock star but still irresistibly attractive. Once upon a time he was her Step-brother for a while, before her father’s abuse drove him and his mother away, leaving 10 year old Amy behind.

She remembers him but he doesn’t recognise her. Their chemistry is undeniable and sooner or later sparks will fly. Will they be able to find happiness with each other or will Amy’s past continue to haunt them both?

This book – wow! I was blown away by the amount of raw emotion in this book – the things that Amy’s character has had to endure. I loved Amy and Rex’s relationship and the drama that unfolded between them. Amy’s past mixed in with Rex’s famous rock band world made for some great drama! I would highly recommend this awesome new series!
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Here we have Smokey's Roadhouse a biker bar out in the middle of nowhere, run by former biker Smokey and his wife, this is a place where a person could disappear. Amy has been on the run for four years and now when a band arrive with bus trouble she instantly recognises one of them but she is not willing to share that part of her life, just that she shoots him down at every chance she gets until he kisses her. Whilst giving any man who gets close to her the brush of and in one a case of a bad cut he wont forget and to this she has to leave and she has to entrust Rex and his bandmates for a ride and this means telling them her story well some of it leaving out a few bits like how she knows Rex {which does come out, in the end}. Now on their way to a gig where a recording contract is in with the prize and things are getting tough for Amy to hide who she really is and still keeping a secret from Rex that is until she is arrested for murder and all comes out and Rex starts to put everything together but even though all this has come out the one thing he knows is he still loves her and he will do anything to get her out of the murder charge. But with everyone assuming she is guilty will Amy reveal who the real murderer is?

Will Rex and Amy get their HEA after everything has come out?

I was hooked from start, such a page turner and I can't wait for more in this series
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