|Print List Price:||$13.99|
Save $11.00 (79%)
Highway Song: A Smokey's Roadhouse Novel Kindle Edition
|New from||Used from|
|Length: 393 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
|Page Flip: Enabled||
Matchbook Price: $0.99
For thousands of qualifying books, your past, present, and future print-edition purchases now lets you buy the Kindle edition for $2.99 or less. (Textbooks available for $9.99 or less.)
Kindle e-ReadersFire TabletsFire Phones
- Similar books to Highway Song: A Smokey's Roadhouse Novel
Enter your mobile number below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
Getting the download link through email is temporarily not available. Please check back later.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
Top Customer Reviews
How did that famous quote from that old movie go? Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world... Well, this was a biker bar, not a gin joint, and there wasn't really a town nearby. But to have my long-lost stepbrother show up in the very place I'd washed up a month earlier like flotsam from a shipwreck - that was the same kind of irony. Thank God he wouldn't recognize me. I'd been ten years old when he last saw me seventeen years ago. Too bad for my battered heart that I now recognized what I'd only sensed as a child. My stepbrother the rock star was hot. (Amazon blurb)
Amy has to be one of the strongest woman I have met while reading: she's survived addiction, prostitution, beatings and so much more that I can only have nightmares about thinking about it. It's no wonder she keeps running from not only her past, but from those who want her either dead or worst. Rex remembers leaving with his mother 17 years ago his stepfather and hasn't had a family since, because his mother died shortly afterwards. Now, Rex comes face to face with his stepfather's daughter, Amy, but doesn't recognize her, and wants her - both of them can't deny their attraction for each other. The start of a new series by Jessa Jacobs, the Smokey's Roadhouse series is amazing: new friendships are found with the gruffiest biker gang who protect the newest member, the strength of will of individuals are tested daily and especially, trust is the biggest issue as the past and present must be explained to ensure a future. I'm really hoping for more in the series simply because Jessa Jacobs wrote a heart wrenching novel and beautiful story.
**Received a copy in exchange for an honest review. Read and reviewed by Kathleen for Alpha Book Club**
This was an okay read, it was great to start with and ended well but I did a lot of skimming towards the middle.
Amy witnessed something she shouldn’t have and now is running for her life. Her money ran out in a tiny town and she’s managed to get a job as a bartender at a bar owned by the local MC. While working one evening a bands tour bus breaks down in the parking lot and one of the band members is none other than Amy’s ex-stepbrother, Rex. Amy is afraid that Rex will remember her but luckily he doesn’t, he does however decide that he wants Amy but so does one of the MC members are things really get interesting. When the band is finally able to leave the bar Amy wants to go with them because she doesn’t believe she’s safe at the bar any longer.
This is a great story, very original plotline, I’ve never read anything quite like it. Rex is your typical rockstar at the start but he quickly realizes he wants more with Amy and this turns into a cute romance with an HEA.
*Read and reviewed for Cherry0Blossoms*
Originally posted on confessionsfromromaholics dot com
Copy provided kindly by Author for review
Ever since the whole step-sibling theme took off and people calling it taboo. I have been read more books of this theme as I wanted to see if there was a book that truly could live up to the tabbo label . As most of the these books, the protagonists meet as adults and there is no blood relations involved so why calling it taboo. Highway Song already of the bat starts with being slightly different with the premise.
The hero and heroine, knew each other as children,. However they haven’t lay eyes on each other in years. Rick now going by Rex is a career musician trying to get his big break and Amy is a now a woman who trying to keep one step ahead of her past. Until they both happen to end up Smokey Roadhouse a bar in the middle of nowhere thanks to a bus breaking down.
The book picks up from that point, and it is not the most engaging start. It hard to connect to and you will have to push through . The book is a rough gem and does improve as time goes by as the author finds her groove and style. . But you need to put in the hard yards with the book first as once you get hooked you will come to love Amy and Rex.
The author coaxes the story out of these two carefully. It is full of vivid details, it may drag slightly in places as the author does goes through the nitty gritty during the time Rex being stuck. It only a matter of days but the author seems to find to go through flashbacks and more making it seem way longer. In those flashback however , the story starts to fall into place. Why they haven’t seen each other since childhood and why they are the way that they are now.Read more ›
From the word go aka the synopsis I was hooked. This book is definitely different then many of the books I have read. To be missing at sea at the age of ten, and turn up seventeen or so years later is crazy! Even crazier is to see your step-brother of all people, at the very same biker's bar you're at, of all places. He may not of recognized you, but you definitely recognized him. Even back them, you could tell he would turn out hott, and hott did he turn out to be. This book has you fanning yourself, while sitting at the edge of your seat not able to set the book down let alone for a glass of water. Five stars all the way, it was a truly pleasing book and I'd recommend it to anyone looking for a good read out there!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What I found really great about this story was it was complete. You are not left needing more at the end and wondering what happens next. Read morePublished 3 months ago by B.U.
Highway Song is amazing. I didn't want to stop reading it. I felt bad for Amy's story, but I'm happy with how the book ended. I can't wait to read Roll Me Away!Published 6 months ago by Heather Kirchhoff
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review and I could not put it down!Published 8 months ago by Jessie
Amazing read beautifully written and crafted a story that flowed from page to page who couldn't love a rock star romance story with passion and suspense and twist and turns, Loved... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Bookgirl (caz)
"I received a free copy for an honest review"
Wow, Jessa Jacobs you never disappoint, a another great story. Read more
Amy has not had an easy life. It got worse the day her stepmother and stepbrother left her with a “See you kid” and never looked back. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Crystal Snyder
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The storyline and the characters draw you in and make you like them. Amy, Amanda, has had a violent and sad childhood. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Teresa Jensen
This was an amazing story. Lots of ups and downs and everything in between. There were bikers and rock stars and step sister to bad band members and other things. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mom23
This was an amazing story that had its up and downs. Rex and Amy went through so much growing up. When they found each other at the bar their chemistry was instant. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jamie Stevey