Series: Guitar Face #3
Published by Self Published on June 26, 2015
Pages: 318 pages
I died. I fu*&ing died, and when I woke up in a Los Angeles hospital my best friend walked away from me. It wasn’t quite the welcoming back to the world of the living I thought I’d receive, but it rattled me. My dead best friend led me back to Georgia to get my life together, and while I’m working on it trouble follows me. I try to keep my distance from Jagger and company while I chase after sobriety, but a friend pops back into my life and a private moment is leaked to the world. One of the people I never thought would walk away from me did exactly that. I deal with rejection the best way I can, but before I can clear my head Cory and I are looking down the wrong end of a barrel and I’m forced to fight for my life. We complete our new studio album which means Broken Access and Abandoned Shadow will travel on a promotional tour to tell everyone we’re playing a world tour. While on the promotional tour, I run into jungle peepers, a riot of fans chasing me, a 1% motorcycle club and a one-eyed teddy bear, and two men fighting over me. I keep my head high through the drama, but then I’m asked to be in a steamy video for Broken Access which can only mean more trouble for me. Just when I figured out how to be the best version of me I can be and how to stay healthy, my eyes are open to something I never thought was possible. I must understand the difference between love and lust, and accept that I need a healthy relationship where I’m free to be me.
If y’all follow my reviews then you’ll know how I feel about this author’s work. Each reaction for each book is pretty much the same…mind absolutely blown, Walking Back to Georgia falling into the same category. The shock mostly comes from the fact that books that feature rockstars are not really my forte but I find myself never saying no to Sasha Marshall’s books. I would love her forever if she takes a chance on some paranormal romance books (crossing my fingers in hope that she will know that read this and grant my wish).
While I was both scared and exhilarated to read Walking Back To Georgia, I was also stumped as to the possible avenues that this book could progress this series. If you’ve read about Henley since book 1, Guitar Face, then you know all the highs and lows that she’s faced and endured to get to where we find her in book three. My goodness was this book was a test in how much surprises and shocks to the system I could take!
I implicitly trust this author to tell me a story that will stick with me for days, possibly weeks. Again, if you follow my reviews you know of my loathing of cliff-hangers, but I want to tell you that this author here, is the exception to that rule. Book one, two, and three end in a cliff-hanger, but never once have I regretted, or felt cheated out of reading these book, if anything each cliff-hanger has almost made me insane with want for the next book. Like questioning my sanity type of insane…luckily I can speedily talk to the author and voice my complaints and emotions lol.
Walking Back to Georgia was everything I could’ve ever hoped for in a continuation to this series. Everything in this story has been spot on. We finally see a HEA for our heroine Henley, we get to see Kip’s antics taken to a whole other level. He is so sexy!!!!!
This was one of those boos that leaves you with no words left to say because it’s just that good. Gah! These books are gold!!!!!! Book 4 needs to get here ASAP!