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Released: November 21, 2014
Genre: New Adult
Published by Self Published
“I was so pleasantly surprised with this story!” ~ Under the Covers
SOUTHERN ROCKER CHICK starts off ….. back at the beginning! I thought we would be picking up right after where SOUTHERN ROCKER BOY ended but we go back in time and get Lacy’s POV. I didn’t know how much I needed to get this POV until I started reading it and so many things were clear to me. Clearer than the hints we got in the first book. So I was so pleasantly surprised with this story!
I felt a lot more sympathy for Lacy than I would’ve imagined. Her life hasn’t been roses. Don’t get me wrong, she’s made some bad decisions but she’s also just following her heart through all her bad and good decisions. And she’s trying to make the best of all situations.
I had to also remind myself how much of a good boy Jonah is. He doesn’t come across as that too much in this book, so I think it’s important to blend the two stories while you’re reading this one to get the full story.
So by the end of this book we are closer to where we finished in the first installment. I am so curious to read the next installment and see what will happen to heal the wounds in both Jonah’s and Lacy’s hearts. And I can’t help but think there might be a little wrench thrown in with a ghost from the past showing up during the competition.
Now that we know the full story, I’m ready to see what happens to give these two a much deserved HEA.
*ARC provided by author
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