Here’s what a few reviewers are saying about Jude…
“… when I read the description of 'Judging Jude' I knew I wanted to read it….Thank you, Havan, for a beautiful story of hope.”
5 sweet peas
“Let me start this review simply. Wow.
Havan Fellows has taken a character that I thought I could not like, Jude, the title character, and turned him into someone who I related with and felt for.”
“This one does not disappoint….I enjoyed this from the beginning and really liked the way Billy and Jude’s relationship progressed….”
Jude's a master of running from things: his best friend, his memories, his nefarious dealer. Billy is determined to stop his marathon once and for all.
Judas Stirlying enjoys being a troublemaker. That way, he can skip the middle man and run off people who might care about him before they have the chance to leave on their own. Life is safer that way.
Billy Walker knows the real Jude. Oh, not the strung out jerk he wants the world to see, but the man with hidden depths that forever earned him Billy’s loyalty—whether Jude wants it or not. With the help of Jude's best friend (the one that never falls for Jude's "get lost" vibe) and a mysterious note at a New Year's Eve celebration, Billy will do whatever it takes to show Jude his life isn’t a waste…that maybe, if he changes his path, there really would be something to celebrate.
Billy plans to prove to Jude that his life hasn't been a waste—and prove to the rest of the world that Jude is worth a damn—before the dangers of Jude's past catch up to them all.
And don’t forget to check out my Pulp Frictioncollection…FIVE short stories about Wicked Q. Templeton and the trouble helives for…*winks*