I wanted to fall for a boy. Not a man. Not a legend...
The month I wrote my first piece of code, Jax Jamieson launched his third platinum album.
The week I drank my first beer, he spent in jail.
The day I got under his skin, I wound up on his tour.
And the night he gave me his hoodie… I fell in love forever.
Good Girl is part 1 in the bestselling new adult rock star trilogy WICKED. Jax and Haley's romance continues in Bad Girl and Wicked Girl, available now! (Note: Good girl and Bad Girl end on cliffhangers.)
"Holy crap. Piper Lawson takes the rock star trope to a whole new level." -Dawn
"One word to describe this series: HOOKED." -Danielle, Short and Sassy
"A fantastic, emotional, brilliantly written slow burn romance." -Maria
"Strong, believable, and intelligent characters." -Gartland
"Hot damn, this series is amazing. Funny, sweet, raw, emotional and freaking hot!" -Debbie
"So sweet and completely real." -Tamanna
"I'm an emotional wreck." -Pam
"I read this in a few hours and couldn't wait for the second one!!!" -Marmaleche
"This story has a slow burn, but I promise it is totally worth it! " -Kristy
"An all consuming love story that is sure to leave you a little dazed and crazed." -Catherine
"Oh my goodness, this was brilliant. Cannot wait for the finale! Need. It. Now." -Anna
BOOKS by PIPER LAWSON
Good GirlBad GirlWicked Girl
MODERN LOVE SERIES (coming soon!)
Easy LoveDirty LoveTwisted Love
Customer ReviewsSee All
Loved the characters and the storyline! Jax and Haley are great together! Can’t wait to read the next saga on their relationship!!
Book one , in a series.
Haley is 20, a whiz and just landed on tour with Jax, an older rock star.
Not your usual rocks star genre and its brilliant and deep.
The idea and concept of the book is good sounding, a college student working their way through schooling while getting a once in a lifetime job opporitunity of going on tour with a band, except I found the book to be dull and with no flow. I kept feeling as if I was missing something when it can to scenes or character interactions, though I appreciate the different character perspectives.
The female lead Haley is admirable in her determination to attend school and work while still healing from a tragety, her quick wit and kind disposition a delight, though Haley has a stalker or obsession feel and a bit of a pushover when interacting with male characters.
Jax is a protective and responsible male lead, sticking to his tour rules but also very disconnected feeling and extremley unforgiving to his female lead. Hoping that Jax matuers more as a character and conquers his inner demons.
The growing romance seemed so confusing, they had complementing personalities that would be great together but the vibe was nonexistence seeming more like a lot of sexual tension. I hope the characters work their communication issues out as their relationship grows.
The supporiting characters are fun and seem interesting though they didn’t have much air time their advices to the main characters were encouraging.