I wanted to fall for a boy. Not a man. Not a legend...
The month I wrote my first piece of code, Jax Jamieson launched his third platinum album.
The week I drank my first beer, he spent in jail.
The day I got under his skin, I wound up on his tour.
And the night he gave me his hoodie… I fell in love forever.
Good Girl is part 1 in the sexy new adult rock star trilogy WICKED. Jax and Haley's romance continues in Bad Girl, available now!
"Holy crap. Piper Lawson takes the rock star trope to a whole new level." -Dawn
"One word to describe this series: HOOKED." -Danielle, Short and Sassy
"A fantastic, emotional, brilliantly written slow burn romance." -Maria
"Strong, believable, and intelligent characters." -Gartland
"Hot damn, this series is amazing. Funny, sweet, raw, emotional and freaking hot!" -Debbie
"So sweet and completely real." -Tamanna
"I'm an emotional wreck." -Pam
"I read this in a few hours and couldn't wait for the second one!!!" -Marmaleche
"This story has a slow burn, but I promise it is totally worth it! " -Kristy
"An all consuming love story that is sure to leave you a little dazed and crazed." -Catherine
"Oh my goodness, this was brilliant. Cannot wait for the finale! Need. It. Now." -Anna
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Great book. I couldn’t stop once I read the first pages! I have over 1,000 books in my library. This trilogy is worth every penny.
Wonderful rock and roll romance story so far. The story is well written, flows well and is believable. The characterizations are great; the reader gets a good sense of whom each of the players are in this tale. This is a short, quick read but it still packs a punch. A gamut of emotions were experienced by this reader when encountering the happenings with the characters. Ms. Lawson ably sets the stage for part two of this series. She certainly has whetted this reader's appetite for more of the "Wicked" series. Excellent cliff hanger ending to part one. I voluntarily received an advance review copy of this short story and I am leaving an honest and unbiased review. I have no affiliation to this author.
What do you do when you are suddenly on tour with your favorite band of all time? Haley needs an internship for school and when she goes to Wicked Records, she suddenly finds herself sent on tour to assist the sound technician and directly in Jax Jamieson’s world. Jax doesn’t know what to make of Haley, she is honest, odd and captivating. I devoured this rock ‘n roll romance, loving the connection between Haley and Jax. Jax is carrying some deep demons. Haley is coping with the loss of her mom but has an amazing strength and drive to get what she wants. I love her savvy tech skills as she works to develop a software program. What happens when the biggest secret of all is revealed? I have been totally pulled into Haley and Jax’s journey and am anxious for part 2! I voluntarily read an ARC of this book and this is my honest review.
This book is a part of the slow burn rock romance series. In this first book we meet funny nerdy with music-obsessed Haley who needs an internship for her college and suddenly ends up part of the tour with famous rock bend and Jax Jamieson the notorious rock star. At first, they start goes not smoothly and Jax wants to get rid of her but it seems that fate and attraction that develops between them is so much stronger. But Haley discovers that Jax had hidden from her an important piece and she abruptly ends the tour. I liked the book is soo funny really funny, I loved the dialogues and all the witty responds. Especially Haley and Jax have those a lot. In this book, we see a little bit of past from Haley and Jax, they start to know each other. Jax is interesting for me but doesn't have that something to really fall in love in him. We see just a glimpse of Jax and for me, he is too dark-minded, doesn't feel the love toward music anymore. Only positive I see from him is when he is with Jerry or Haley. The book ends suddenly and you want to know what will happen next. I received this e-book from Author and I am voluntarily leaving an honest review.