19 March 2016

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Read:: River James by MJ Fields

River might have been my least favorite and I really wanted to read it. I just couldn't get into it. The story was written very well and the plot oh my it was a good one but my brain kept saying 'not for me'.

So I read it, I finished, I loved the ending. River really redeemed himself and really made a man out of himself before the end of it. 

I hate to say it but the more I read the series, the more I am waiting to learn about Billy and that may have been my distraction through this whole book, jumping to the next without having the next to get to. But... there will be a book about Billy and I am counting down....


When he fell in love, he fell hard. When he lost her, he lost his will. 

Drugs, sex, and rock and roll—in that order—became his life. 
River James, the drummer for Steel Total Destruction, loved the brotherhood he formed with his unlikely best friend, the band mates from Steel Total Destruction, and the family he found in his label, Forever Four. 
Then one tragic accident takes it all away in the blink of an eye. Twisted metal, shattered bones, crushed dreams, and torn wreckage causes deep, dark secrets to be revealed. One collision causes him to lose all hope, with no one but himself to blame. 
Now facing harsh realities, which have never been one of River’s strengths, he turns to the sure things in life: drugs and women who oh so willingly give themselves to a tall, dark, and tattooed rocker like him. 
Will he find himself in the wreckage of twisted metal and crushed dreams? Or will he lose his way in the smoke and debris? 

The first person in her family to graduate from high school and college, Keanna Sutton is flying high on her accomplishments and hard work. She has the career and man of her dreams … or so she thought until she finds out he is cheating on her. Ending the relationship, she begins rebuilding her shattered self-esteem. 
Then a chance run-in with a tall, dark, and handsome, silver-tongued drummer tests her strength and ability to hold her own tongue while trying to ignore the implausible attraction to a man she knows will be no good for her. 
Now a second run in at O’Donnell’s pub while under the influence of drink, music, friends, and a fight makes Keanna throw caution to the wind, and she finds herself getting rocked the only way a badass like River can: hard and nasty. 
Will the hottest night of her life end there? Or will she lose herself in a man who gives no promises except the lady always comes first? 

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