Sex and rock & roll are Jake Sixkiller’s only priorities in life. At center stage in one of Austin’s most popular bands, and with a velvet rope and long line of lovers at his bedroom door, he’s got it all, or so he thinks.
Until, that is, a nearly-fatal car accident shakes his world to the core. With his best friend in the hospital fighting for her life, he’s flooded with unwelcome memories of the night so many years ago that he’d lost his whole family at the hands of a drunk driver.
He finds solace from it all in the arms of his best friend’s new boyfriend’s ex-girlfriend. Well, perhaps solace isn’t the right word for what he finds there. Nicole, known as Arson-Nic in roller derby circles, is a prickly spitfire who throws Jake into a tailspin.
When he’s offered a once-in-a-lifetime tour opportunity, one which will bring him unexpectedly close to the reservation where he grew up, Jake has to decide what, and who, matters most to him.
Before you can move forward, you have to go back. The Road Home tells the story of one man’s journey through his past, and the fierce roller derby chick who skates right into his future.
The Road Home is the second part of the “Lost in Austin” trilogy, picking up after the conclusion of Ari’s story, Up for Air, and set just before Greg’s story, After the Storm.
|Genre||Women’s Fiction, Romance|
|Chapter 1||Chapter 2||Chapter 3|