A young intern is swept up in a dangerous game with a rock star in REVENGE, a romantic thriller.
Jess moves to LA for her dream job as a music intern. On her first day, she bumps into Dylan busking on a street corner.
Dylan Wolf has a gritty voice. His eyes are soulful. His incredible body is to die for, tattoos and all.
When Dylan looks at Jess, she feels emotions she's never had before. He can be sweet, but his dark moods scare her. When he sings, the whole world falls away.
Jess and Dylan's meeting hasn't gone unnoticed. At her job, Jess is summoned to the mysterious ninth floor. Her new assignment is to get close to Dylan.
Strange things are happening at the company. No matter which decision she makes, she might be in danger.
One thing is for sure: If she takes this assignment, Jess will never be the same.
Readers LOVE JJ Knight's debut series, Revenge!
"Revenge is a roller coaster ride from start to finish and I loved every word!"
- Laurie Johnson
"(The series) has moved me and I have enjoyed every moment that JJ has left me with. Thank you. I look forward to whatever you bring me next... GAWD so much drama, I LOVED IT."
"One of the best damn book series I have read in a long while..."
- Heidi Keil
"This book moved me in ways that make me want to say something profound. I found tears and laughter. Love and betrayal, and music. If love makes the world go around, then the music is the blood, because with love, you have hate and everything in-between, just like this set of books does. And what a perfect ending to this series."
"These books are hot! I would recommend these books to anyone looking for a great read with an engaging story."
- Iowa Gal
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Good start but too Expensive for all 5 parts of series
Good Opening to Book (Part 1). Revenge is Part 1 of a 5 part story series. This was a well written story based on Jess (a music intern) and Dylan a street musician. But, it everything what it seems? Jess has just moved to LA for her dream job as a music intern. On her first day in LA she meets Dylan who is busking for change on an LA Street. Dylan and Jess seem to have an instant attraction to each other. While watching him, she gets mugged. Or does she? While Dylan is singing, basically to Jess, someone is videoing the whole interaction, which goes viral. Her employer finds out and basically orders Jess to develop a relationship with Dylan as they want him with their recording label. I am not going to post any spoilers so I won’t tell you have this part of the series ends. I may wait until all the parts are published and then read them together, although I am not sure whether I will finish this series. The main reason for this would be the length and cost of the books. Not to take anything away from the author or her writing but that it is a little too expensive, for me to pay $2.99 for a “part” of about 100 to 125 pages and then have to pay another $2.99 for the next part and so on. That is just for the e-books. If you actually buy each part in print it is over $7.00 per book “part.”
I had a hard time getting into this one sadly. I won’t read the rest of the series.
It was good
It was a good book. The author had me attentive the whole time