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The Truth About Justyce

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Cassie Walker thinks changing her life is as simple as changing her name. With her mother dead, and father in jail, it’s just a matter of time before someone discovers it’s all her fault. When she turns eighteen, she escapes her gossipy hometown. She changes her name to Justyce (because it’s ironic), with a y (because it looks cool), hoping that alone can magically change her life course. But then she hops on a stranger’s motorcycle, crashes, and lands in a Cleveland hospital. The biker dies and it’s déjà vu all over again. She can’t escape the edges of death.

During her convalescence, she meets Dylan Campbell, a sixteen-year-old aspiring musician with his own troubled past. It’s 1996, so it’s no surprise they share a love for grunge rock, but the last thing she needs is to get involved with anyone right now—especially this way-too-hot guy who's still in high school. Dylan sees through her tough persona because he recognizes that in his former self, and breaks through her emotional distance. Just when Justyce thinks his love can save her, Dylan’s ex-girlfriend uncovers the truth about her. Her secret revealed, Justyce is forced to confront the demons of her past, while fighting a growing addiction that threatens her future.

From rock writer, Deanna R. Adams, comes a coming-of-age story about first love, self-acceptance, and the complexities of loss. Third in the Rock 'N' Roll Love Story series

Author - Deanna R. Adams 

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