Call Out (Jukebox Heroes #1)
An unexpected phone call from her best friend’s rock star boyfriend pulls 35-year-old Elizabeth Morgan out of the comfort and safety of her quiet, normal life and into a situation she could never have imagined even in her wildest nightmares. The world as she knows it changes forever in the blink of an e...more
What would you do if your best friend was kidnapped by a psychopathic magic-using, Jessica-Rabbit-look alike? Go rescue her of course! Elizabeth, known as “Em” by all her friends, is thrown into a crazy race to find her best friend Dylan. Along the way, she gathers up allies: Dylan’s devoted boyfriend, Brian, and his best friend, London.
As they start the race to find Dylan before it’s too late, Em must find a way to support London as he ...more
I am looking forward to reading ...more
The author has a very clear, natural writing ability, making it easy to fall into the storyline. I was curious throughout and was anxious to find out where this was leading. Would London and the gang be able to find Dyl ...more
It was such a rough fast ride, I felt like I was in a roller coaster car that was ever so close to and, at times, actually going off of the rails!
I went in thinking this was going to be a story about your typical rock star romance. I was way off. The beginning was a little slow for me and I had to reread this a couple times cause I was like who said that or what did I just read? I would have to say half way into the book was when it first started to pick up and I didn't want to put it down. The characters were all great. Some of the points I got irritated at the characters Lon ...more
Don’t get me wrong I like Paranormal stories but this one about magic and all I could think about was Harry Potter.
I guess I am just more of a angsty/bad boys with tattoo's and piercings/rockstars/fighters/wealthy/cowboy romance type of reader.