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A Desert Song (Rock and Roll Angel #1)

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“Karma was a bitch who took way too much pleasure in kicking me repeatedly in the nuts.”

Returning from a family visit to meet his newborn granddaughter, Jon Walsh, lead singer of Torrent, decides to take the long route home to California. After about a week of travel, he finds himself exhausted while driving through the arid Arizona desert. Vision Lake offers the Skylark I
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Paperback, 380 pages
Published August 1st 2018 by Amy M. Young
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Elin
Dec 28, 2019 rated it really liked it
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Not a book I'd normally pick up, but I got the ARC from Amy, the author, as she's my friend. I normally don't like romance too much, but this book had so much more. The suspense makes it in many ways hard to put the book away, unless you're like me, who simply can't take so much of it without a breather. 😉 I quite enjoyed the read.
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Amy was born in Miramichi New Brunswick. She was raised between there and Northwestern Ontario, returning to New Brunswick to attend university.

She met her husband while at university and in the early 2000s they moved to the National Capital Region of Canada, where she currently resides with her husband, daughter and their small zoo.

When not writing, Amy is advocating for ending the stigma around
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