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May 22

Stand by A.L. Jackson Review

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Synopsis

Zachary Kennedy has never been known as a fighter, but he’ll never regret fighting for her…

I’m Zee Kennedy.
Quiet. Reserved. Predictable.
When my brother died, everyone thought I was just the good guy who stepped up to take his place in the band.

No one knew what I was hiding. The one thing I’ve been fighting for.

For seven years, I’ve never lost focus.

Not until one chance encounter with Alexis Kensington.

Now she’s become my greatest temptation.
I knew better than to touch her, but now that I’ve had a taste, I can’t get enough.
Her kiss becomes my air. Her body my salvation.

She needed a savior and somehow she became mine.

Taking her was a betrayal. But keeping her means risking everything.
One look at Alexis Kensington, and I know she’s worth the fight.
Will my past continue to keep me down or will I finally find the strength to pull myself up and Stand…

Review

WOW! Every book I read by A.L. Jackson has me completely blown away with her ability to transform words into powerful feelings. Zee and Alexis’ relationship starts off with Zee (a man who makes it his mission to stay below the stardom radar) saving Alexis from a horrifying event. He knows he should distance himself from her and any publicity that might come from what happened but there is something about Alexis that he cannot stay away from. He starts visiting and getting to know her and finds himself having feelings he whole heartedly was not prepared for.

‘Because I was a fool who suddenly wanted to know every single detail about her. I wanted to explore and discover. Slip right inside her beautiful mind and sift through her thoughts. Vanish in her body.’

A.L. Jackson has to undeniably be one of my absolute favorite authors. I am not often a fan of rocker books but not only are hers on my must read list they are ones I devour the moment I can get my hands on one. She has an uncanny ability to make your heart hurt in a way that only has you yearning for more. Stand is full of depth, emotion, love, steam and a story that absolutely needed to be told.

~miranda