Jersey Six – Special Edition Read Online Jewel E. Ann

Categories Genre: Alpha Male, Erotic, Taboo Tags Authors:

Total pages in book: 111
Estimated words: 105665 (not accurate)
Estimated Reading Time in minutes: 528(@200wpm)___ 423(@250wpm)___ 352(@300wpm)


I have nothing.
He took everything.
Now he's a rock star.

A chance encounter brings me face-to-face with Ian Cooper.
Blind to the past, he only sees a poor girl who needs a job. Food. A pillow.
I see an opportunity.
A doorway to revenge.

How far will I go?
Can a homeless girl from Jersey infiltrate a rock star's world?
Ruin his reputation?
Will I crawl into his bed and risk everything to even the score?
Will my heart survive what my soul needs to do?

Or will the truth elude me and let the one man I hate swallow my world all over again?


I want to show her the world.
Erase her horrible past.
But I have too many secrets.
She has too many demons.

Jersey can't see the truth ... and it's right in front of her.

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Build Me Up From Bones, Sarah Jarosz

The Blower’s Daughter, Damien Rice

My Arms Were Always Around You, Peter Bradley Adams

Wicked Game, James Vincent McMorrow

Awake My Soul, Mumford & Sons

Love is Madness (feat. Halsey), Thirty Seconds to Mars

One Track Mind (feat A$AP Rocky), Thirty Seconds to Mars

Rescue Me, Thirty Seconds to Mars

Dangerous Night, Thirty Seconds to Mars

Someone You Loved, Lewis Capaldi

River Flows In You, Yiruma



A simple bee sting can set off a chain of reactions to stop a human heart.

The man glanced at the stormy blue eyes taking pity on him, and he chuckled to ease the worry in the young nurse’s mind. “I think I was stung by a bee. Years ago … maybe as a child.” He shrugged, scratching his dirty-blond bedhead while lowering his gaze to his feet, clad in blue canvas sneakers, dangling from the side of the hospital bed. “I remember a sting and burn on my neck. Before I knew it, my whole body started to turn red, and I felt itchy everywhere. Hives appeared out of nowhere. My face began to swell; my throat constricted. I couldn’t swallow … I couldn’t breathe.”

“You remember that?” Faith asked.

Faith—the perfect name for a nurse.

“Yes. I think. I mean, why would that pop into my head if it didn’t happen to me?” The nameless man feathered his fingers over the burns on his hands. After countless surgeries, months of unimaginable pain, and the emotional tragedy of losing his memory, he stood on the precipice of being thrust into an unknown life.

“I’m not an expert on amnesia, but I would imagine any memory is a good sign. So yeah, that’s good.” Faith’s encouraging smile brought a tiny bit of light to the darkness. For months she had bestowed unconditional kindness on the man covered in scars.

Unrecognizable as a human. At least, that was what he thought.

A monster.

Something a young child could create with crumbly, dry, Play-Doh.

Ugly felt like a compliment. Hideous and unsightly better described his appearance. Thick, raised, and uncomfortably stiff scars covered eighty percent of his body, making him unrecognizable. Erasing fingerprints—dissolving his identity.

“Good, huh?” He wondered if anything in his life would ever be good again. “Good that I remember something? Good that I know to watch out for bees? Because let’s be honest … I survived a fire. The doctors said it’s a miracle that I’m alive. I’ve lost my memory. It’s unknown if I’ll ever get it back. Yet … my one solid memory is that I nearly died from a single bee sting.”

The man chuckled. Glancing up at Faith, he found her wrinkled-nose expression rather cute. “So let’s review what we know. I can walk through an inferno, my skin literally melting from my body, but if on the other side there happens to be an angry bee … I’m a dead man.”

“Unless you have an EpiPen, which I highly recommend.”

He liked Faith. She had a husband and a two-year-old little girl named Izzy. They just got a dog, a doodle of some sort, and named it Gingie. He liked her all-American story. She was the best part of his day.

“So how’s this all going to go down?”

“What do you mean?” Faith cocked her head to the side, exposing two tiny moles on her neck. They were familiar because she comprised a large part of his new memory. The citrus scent of her rich golden hair pulled into a high ponytail, the pink lipstick, and the neon yellow sneakers would forever remain embedded into the working parts of his brain.

“No one has claimed me.”

No memory.

No identification.

And sadly, no one seemed to be looking for the nameless man.

“And I don’t have anything—money, a social security number, a bed. Just … nothing. How do I pay for the hospital bills? Where do they even send the bills? Where will I sleep tonight?”

Faith rested her hand on his hand. The scars made it difficult to feel certain things, but he felt her warmth, and it felt like everything.

“I’m going to have someone talk to you about all of this. They will help you figure it out. A place to stay. Maybe a payment plan. And the police will continue looking for some leads on your family.”

“What if I don’t have family? That would explain why no one is looking for me. What if they died in the accident? What if …” He shook his head, pinching his eyes shut. “What if it wasn’t an accident? What if I’m some sick serial killer who killed my family, blew up the home, and myself in the process? What if I hobbled incoherently to the hospital? Did they check? Do you think the police checked for arson, murder … something like that?”

Faith squeezed his hand. “You are the sweetest patient I have ever had the pleasure of helping. You never complained, even when I had tears in my eyes watching you endure the hardest parts of the debridement and healing process. Maybe you don’t have family looking for you. Maybe they assume you died. It happens. But you are definitely not a serial killer. Besides …”