Roll Me Away: A Smokey’s Roadhouse Novel by Jessa Jacobs

Roll Me Away: A Smokey's Roadhouse NovelRoll Me Away: A Smokey’s Roadhouse Novel by Jessa Jacobs
My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars

Sturgis. Half a million bikers, wannabes, and families in a town of fewer than 7000 residents. What could go wrong?

After college graduation Cricket’s family invites her to go on a vacation to Sturgis. Having just broken up with her boyfriend she decides to agree to the trip thinking of nothing but hot bad boy’s in leather and maybe finding one that would rock her world after her break up.

Zach is at Sturgis trying to earn his way into the Dust Devils but he’s found he’s getting more than he bargained for with the club. Zach is drawn to Cricket but sees her go off with another biker, Jake. Jake is trouble but Cricket won’t hear of it but Zach is determined to get his shot with her anyway.

I’m sure there are going to be a lot of readers that completely enjoy Roll Me Away but I wasn’t completely sold on the story line in this read. Cricket’s father is one that seems to have hit that middle age crisis and decides vacationing with his family around a bunch of bikers is a great thing… that is until his oldest daughter speaks to one. Now why would the parents freak out over their twenty something daughter talking to a biker when they brought her to Sturgis was beyond me.

Then with the relationships involved in this story Jake was a…. let’s just keep it clean and say jerk. But even finding this out we have to extend Cricket’s stupidity by still continuing to pursue him. But on that note… Zach is also involved in the Dust Devils with Jake and that is not a good thing either so I really couldn’t get too behind that angle of the story either.

Overall, 2.5 stars not for me although I’m sure others would enjoy the story.

I received a copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.


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