Title - Just One Sum-mer
by A.D. Justice
Cover Designer - Cassy Roop
Expected Release Date - August 10thSynopsis Jagger York is the sexy, confident lead singer of a popular band who plans to take his music to the next level. Mali Greyson is a sheltered good girl who has her sights set on the goldâOlympic gold. Their paths wouldâve never crossed until a mutual friend intro-duces them one summer night. Jagger can give Mali the one thing she secretly wants and desperately needsâthe cour-age to be a little wild and crazy. Mali can give Jagger the one thing he desperately seeksâaccess to her father, a well-known, music producer. The deal is they both walk away at the end of the season. No strings, no regrets, and no looking back. This agreement is supposed to last for just one summer. But this one summer may just turn out to be too hot to handle. Author Bio A.D. Justice's debut novel is Wicked Games, A Steele Security Novel. It is the first of a five book series. The second book in the Steele Security Series is Wicked Ties. it contin-ues the story exactly where Wicked Games ends. Each book is designed as a stand-alone from a character perspective, but reading from the beginning will give the reader a bet-ter sense of how the characters are connected. The premise of the series is based on a group of elite soldiers and their adventures with Steele Security. A.D.'s second series is the Crazy Series and Crazy Maybe is the first book. It is not for the faint of heart - complex, real-life issues are addressed, with several twists and turns that will keep you turning the pages until you've devoured the whole book! This series will also continue with more emphasis on the supporting characters. The third series is Dominic Powers. Her Dom and Her Dom's Lesson are both now available. This series gives a fresh, new, and realistic look at how a Dom/sub relation-ship really is, with the addition of a few twists, turns, mystery and intrigue. A.D. Justice has been married for 25 years and has two wonderful sons in college. She is also an avid reader of romance novels and, to her amazement, a self-published author. A.D. enjoys reading many different types of romance books - including drama and sus-pense, crime and mystery, NA and YA, and contemporary and erotica.
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I have to say that I wasn't quite sure what to expect going into this book. I've read some of A.D. Justice's other titles and really enjoyed them so to read something this light from her was a nice change of pace.
Jagger York is the lead singer of a rising band and can have whoever he wants whenever he wants them. However, Jagger can't deny his attraction to Mali. Too bad for him she's a "good girl". And if there is one thing, besides relationships, that Jagger York doesn't do, its good girls. I really liked Mail. She was kind and giving yet willing to do whatever it took to follow her dreams. I admired her grit and determination. When things get a little out of hand one night she decides she wants to learn to let loose, and who better to help her than one Jagger York. Her plan is simple, one summer, no attachments when its over, they both just get to walk away. Jagger works her plan to his advantage by putting his own stipulation on their agreement. From there things really take off. While there is an ease to their relationship there was also a feverish need to get in everything they could in the time they had. As Mali and Jagger spend time together, they both develop deeper feelings. Lines get blurred but before they can get crossed, one of them walks away. Too bad that the other doesn't accept it at that and sets about to remedy the situation. However, it does take some wisdom from Jagger's father to get him to see the light. I loved his seeing him with his family. It brought out a lighter side to him that not many people saw. And Mali brought out the sweet and tender side of him that even less people saw.
Overall, Just One Summer is a sweet and easy read. There were a few moments that made me full out belly laugh and even more that made me swoon. Mali and Jagger are the perfect balance to one another. Quiet to exuberant, reserved to almost over confident but both stubborn and determined. I liked the dual POV and the supporting characters. They added to the drama and the humor of this fun summer book.