Roustabout by Jane Harvey-BerrickRoustabout by Jane Harvey-Berrick


byJane Harvey-Berrick

Paperback | August 23, 2016

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Roustabout is the third book in the Traveling Series. Although you will meet characters from the first two books, this is a standalone story featuring one-third of Hawkins’ Daredevil stunt riders, Tucker McCoy.

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Twelve years ago Tucker McCoy walked away from the hell that was his family with not much more than the shirt on his back. No regrets. Never once looking back.

Living his life as a roustabout turned stunt rider with a traveling carnival keeps a smile on his face. His new family are the people he’s chosen to be in his life, the people who travel his road. Kes, Zach and Zef don’t share his blood, but they share his hopes and dreams. Understand his fears and know what makes him tick. They’re his brothers, his real family.

If you keep moving, no one can catch you—it’s a simple rule. So when Tucker crosses paths with Tera Hawkins, he knows he should move on. There’s no woman that’s ever been worth breaking his rules for. Besides, she’s off limits, untouchable. He knows stronger men would walk away, but dammit, he’s always been weak.

All he can offer her is a night she’ll never forget, but will that one taste be enough?

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Roll up! Roll up! This way to the carnival and the ride of your life!

When she's not at her desk writing, Jane can be found wandering on the beach with her faithful canine companion Pip.
Title:RoustaboutFormat:PaperbackDimensions:346 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.72 inPublished:August 23, 2016Publisher:Harvey Berrick PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1912015668

ISBN - 13:9781912015665

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"Writing a heroine can be harder than Goldilocks finding a comfortable chair. She can't be too whiny, too soft, too bitchy, or too boring. She has to make me feel some-thing; I need to want to see her succeed, to root for her, but she also has to have faults that I can relate to. A lot of times romance novels focus on the man. Just write an alpha dom/biker/stepbrother and pay no attention to the other half (aka the wom-an) of the relationship. But what I love about this author is that besides writing amazing stories and male characters, she also writes phenomenal female characters."Roustabout is a beautiful story, but it's the complex characters that really make this novel shine. Tera and Tucker are the perfect blend of soft and hard edges. Anyone willing to take a chance on the carnival is going to fall in love with this book."READ, LOVE, LUST