A Stone in the Sea by A.L. Jackson

A Stone in the Sea by A.L. Jackson

Genre: Contemporar y Romance

Pages: 383 

My Rating:⛤⛤⛤⛤

Goodreads Summary:

He wanted nothing at all… 

Until he found she had everything to give… 

Sunder lead singer and guitarist Sebastian Stone has everything—fans, fame, and fortune. He also has a heart full of bitterness and a reputation for a short-fused temper. But an outward reputation rarely reveals the true man inside. Facing assault charges after trying to protect his younger brother, Sebastian is sent to Savannah, Georgia to lie low until the dust settles in L.A. 

Shea Bentley is beautiful, kind, and hiding from the very lifestyle Sebastian has always embraced. 

When the mysterious, tattooed stranger begins hanging out at the bar where she works, Shea is quick to recognize he is nothing but trouble, but she’s helpless to the way her body lights up every time his intense gray eyes tangle with hers. 

They both soon find themselves drowning in a sea of desire and passion that won’t let them up for air. 

Sebastian knows firsthand secrets never die, and he’s not the only one who’s hiding them. 

Loving someone always comes with a price. But will it be Shea’s past that costs them everything?

My Review: When sex, drugs, and rock and roll get to be too much for Sebastian and his band, they are forced to hide in a beach house on Tybee Island. Sebastian was only to stay there until the band’s legal team could come up with a plan to get the front man out of trouble.

He never imagined to meet someone he would fall in love with. 

The book was some what confusing to me. When Shea first sees Sebastian, it seems like she knew him. When his secret of being famous was revealed, it was found that isn’t the case. I didn’t understand it until the end. She was worried someone recognized her.

There was one thing in this book that I hated! The author repeated things three times. WHY? Repeativeness is very annoying. It is one of my biggest pet peeves. I still can’t figure what the purpose of that was. 

The story was there. It was good, but those two things is what kept it from being a 5 star rating. Honestly, it may only be 3 1/2 stars for me. 

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