A Little Bit Dirty Read online Jenika Snow (Twisted Feather #1)

Categories Genre: Alpha Male, Romance Tags Authors: Series: Twisted Feather Series by Jenika Snow
Total pages in book: 60
Estimated words: 54522 (not accurate)
Estimated Reading Time in minutes: 273(@200wpm)___ 218(@250wpm)___ 182(@300wpm)

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(Twisted Feather #1) A Little Bit Dirty

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Jenika Snow

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Money, fame, and s*x.

The three things every rockstar gets handed to them, or so they say.

Tanner Mason had always loved her childhood friend, Jackson “Jacks” Lorde. She’d held a flame for the only boy to own her heart for far too long. But time changed everything and everyone, and for Jacks, he wasn’t the boy she’d once known.

Lead singer and guitarist for the band Twisted Feather, Jacks was known worldwide… and wanted by everyone. A sex symbol, they called him. And seeing him again after all these years did nothing but bring back all those raw feelings Tanner had for him.
But success could change a person, could transform someone until they were almost unrecognizable. Was Jacks one of those people now?

Jackson had spent the last five years immersed in his passion for music. Now his band was one of the biggest names in the music industry, and with that came temptation of all avenues. But then he saw Tanner again—the one person who still consumed him even after all this time.

But he wasn’t the same boy she once knew, and he didn’t know if that was for the better or worse. What he did know was now that she was back in his life, he didn’t want to let her go.

Could they be together when everything that came with fame and the limelight only seemed to be pushing them apart?

Reader note: This story was previously published under the title Backstage Dirty. It’s been re-edited, parts revised, and new content added. Contents may be sensitive to some readers.
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Sweat. Booze. Arousal.

Those three things saturated the air until suffocation was inevitable. But no one cared. They were high on the sensations, the lights, and of the atmosphere of seeing one of the greatest musical groups of this generation perform—Twisted Feather.

Tanner Mason looked to her left, saw the thick throng of bodies practically pulsating, trying to get impossibly closer, and inhaled deeply. This wasn’t her first concert, but it was probably one of the most electrifying. She looked to her right, saw the same thing, and had to force herself to just breathe.

The show was sold out, and although it was a small venue compared to what this band normally played anymore, claustrophobia still slammed into her like another entity.

"Isn't this great?" Zoe, her best friend since the fourth grade, nearly screamed beside her, but she kept her gaze trained forward. In just minutes the band would step on that stage, one that was made up of four guys Tanner had grown up around, but hadn't seen in the last five years.

It had only taken that small window of time for Twisted Feather to jump to stardom, to become one of the biggest bands in the world, and she had watched it all play out on the television and by reading it in the papers.

"It's wild." Tanner looked at Zoe. The excitement on her friend’s face was tangible and surrounded them in their own little bubble of joy.

"You haven't seen anything yet." Zoe clasped her hands together in front of her mouth, and Tanner swore she saw her body shake from excitement.

“How many times have you seen them?” She knew Zoe had probably told her at one time.

“Just a few times honestly.” Zoe lifted one shoulder in a shrug and turned just her head to look at Tanner. “I can only make it to the ones in Colorado, and when they come here it is usually in the bigger cities.” Zoe looked forward again. “But this little concert isn’t even half the excitement that you will feel if you went to one at those big arenas.”

Tanner had seen Zoe like this before, many times in fact, and it always was because of Luke "Beats" Davidson, the drummer for Twisted Feather. But she supposed having friends that were also guys, and spending nearly every day hanging out with them, and listening to them practice in their parents’ basement, would have eventually had one of them falling hard for a rocker.

But Zoe wasn’t the only one that had fallen hard for a bad boy, and although Tanner had done a good job of keeping her emotions buried all this time, it was hard to now, seeing as she was so close to the band. No, she wouldn’t allow herself to think about the past, because that was where those memories should stay … right?

The lights started to dim, and the crowd went wild. Tanner was pushed forward, but surged backward just as quickly as the people in front of her retaliated. No way were they giving up their spot to see this limited engagement performance that had brought the band to their hometown. She had only been back in Brookstone for a week, but that hadn't been nearly enough time for her to settle in.

Finding a job after graduation, especially one as a graphic designer, wasn't as easy as she had originally envisioned. Now she was back home living with her parents, and hoping that she wouldn't be another twenty-three-year-old with a college degree bagging groceries at the corner Shop & Save.

Zoe wound her arm through hers and leaned into her so she could speak right in her ear. "I am so happy you got that stick out of your ass and decided to come with me." There was a teasing note in Zoe’s voice, and she nudged her with her shoulder.

Tanner scowled, but it was all for fun. She couldn't deny she had been a grump when she first returned home, but there was a part of her that felt like a failure. If she couldn't find work in her dream profession in the big city where she had lived for the last five years, no way in hell could she find a job in this rinky-dink town.