What happens when the past rears its ugly head and messes with who you thought you were? Will it break down all your walls and set your whole world on fire?
Meet Julia Delaney, a.k.a Jules, the lead singer of Love Sick Ponies, sex superstar, and a heart full of rocks. She loves them and leaves them, a bad girl through and through.
That is until she meets Brennan Curtis, a fan boy, a wannabe friend, and the only one who can possibly tear Jules' walls down.
When the plastic snaps wide open, Jules finds herself in a vulnerable and awkward situation with Brennan and her band.
Jules' journey of self-discovery started at a young age and her self- image, which is ingrained in her brain, might just be there for life. Desperate to alter how people view her, she realizes that she might never be able to escape the past.
Follow the past ghosts into the now for the emotional roller coaster ride you all expect from Alisa Mullen.
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All screwed up !
Yes I would. It was a very good book that touches on mental illness and addictions
I have not really read anything similar
No I have not
Cry more than anything I felt my heart fall for the main character a lot during the book
This book is dark and deep it deals with mental health and demons of the heart.
But also is a very wonderful book to listen to.
- Tammy Payne
WOW! LOVED IT!!
Loved the voice. loved the real life drama.this was a completely new genre for me and it rocked.
I had the book on my TBR. I haven't had a lot of time to sit and read read as of late so I've been using audible. I have no complaints about this story. the story was great! Love drama confusion real life stuff. with a good choice of a HEA.
She makes you think about the meaning of love. Soul mates. they do exist. no matter if you find yours or not there is one out there for everyone.
I really liked her. but and i hate to say it but i only had a problem with her female vs male change over. they weren't much different from each other. not like I'm used to. but oooh how i loved and i mean LOVED how she got in to character!