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About The Book

The third super hot, super fun Jessie Jefferson novel from internationally bestselling author, Paige Toon.
Is the life of a famous rockstar's daughter all it's cracked up to be? And what about dating your fellow band-member just as you hit the bigtime? 
Jessie is still getting used to being a celebrity, and the daughter of one of the world’s biggest rock stars. With her own music career on the rise, a gorgeous love interest and a fun group of friends, it seems Jessie’s glamorous LA life couldn’t get any better . . . but things are about to get really complicated.
 

About The Author
Greg Toon

Paige Toon was born in 1975. A philosophy graduate, she worked at teen, film and women's magazines, before ending up at Heat magazine as Reviews Editor. She is very experienced at events and interviews and has a significant social media following. The One We Fell in Love With was picked for the Zoella Book Club. Her novels are bestsellers throughout the world.

Product Details
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children's UK (July 2016)
  • Length: 320 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781471146107
  • Ages: 12 and up

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Raves and Reviews

A page-turner perfect for holidays.

– Closer Magazine

Has you hooked from the very beginning. The plot is a great pace and features so many twists and turns.

– LoubeeLou Blogs

I loved her writing style and I read the whole book within 2 days or so…I definitely recommend this series to teenage girls.

– Emily Underworld Blog

What’s it all about? In a sentence: Sunshine, rock gods and Hollywood heart-throbs! Swoon . . . has the reader gripped from the beginning

– The Girl in Glasses Blog

Fun and flirty, Jessie Jefferson is a top notch series YA fans should grab ASAP.

– Maximum Pop

Packed with wit, charm, Californian sunshine and celebrities.

– Handwritten Girl

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