Jake Wethers’s life is perfect. He’s married to the woman he’s always loved, and they have three beautiful children. The Mighty Storm is still going strong, and his record label is thriving.
Jake has everything—a life he thought he would never have and one that he didn’t think he deserved.
Not so long ago, Jake’s life wasn’t perfect. The unexpected and untimely death of his best friend, Jonny Creed, sent an already out-of-control Jake spiraling down further.
Drug addiction. Alcohol. Women.
Jake was in the fast lane to following Jonny to the grave until Tru Bennett walked back into his life and changed everything.
But now, the past that Jake left behind has come back to find him. And what the past brings with it is going to be one of the biggest challenges he has ever faced.
Okay, so when I heard there was going to be a novella with Jake and Tru I had mixed emotions. First I was elated, then I began to panic. So many questions came to mind…
What is going to happen to Tru and Jake’s HEA? Why is Samantha Towle messing with a good thing? Is this necessary?
The first question you will have to read the book to get your answer, but the other two I will answer for you.
Why is Samantha Towle messing with a good thing? Well she has stated that the series although completed was not complete. She was absolutely RIGHT!
Is this necessary? YES! This is the story that you didn’t know was missing until you read it.
Samantha Towle did an amazing job of keeping “Tru” to the characters and their history. There was no concocted drama and the growth of Jake and the band is wonderful. Although we only see glimpses of Tom and Denny we see they are all grown up with families of their own.
The story was full of heart while pulling at your heart strings.
Speaking of families, Jake and Tru’s daughter Belle stole the show with her absolute cuteness.
I’m just mid piss when I hear my baby girl’s sleepy voice from behind me, “Dada, why I not have a peenis?”
Shifting to the side so that I’m covering myself from Belle’s view, I glance over my shoulder, a chuckle escaping me. “’Cause you’re a girl, Beauty.”
“But I wanna be a boy, like you, JJ, and Billy.” She juts her lips out, pouting. “I wanna peenis!”
She’s standing there, demanding a penis, in her Disney princess pajamas, with her arms folded across her chest, her foot tapping.
5++++ Stormy Stars!