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Rush (Pandemic Sorrow Book 2) by [Cole, Stevie J.]
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  • File Size: 647 KB
  • Print Length: 274 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1505478243
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: December 13, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00Q0GXDWK
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This was a really great book. In the first book in the Pandemic Sorrow's series, Jag is addicted to drugs and it helps numb him from all of his problems. Rush is addicted to sex and all the women wanting him. He feels that he needs to have some control in life. He has really only wanted one woman and that was Jules and he's not allowed to date anyone that works for the music company. They hooked up once and she let him know that she thought he was dirty.

Rush is a good guy but he worries so much about what others think or letting his guard down. Also, he and the others know that what Jag is doing to himself with the drugs can be hurtful but they don't want to step in his way. He comes across as a jerk at times or unfeeling but he does feel and he does care. He wants people to want him or need him and he feels some control and want when he has sex. It's his escape. His want and need for Jules is consuming but he's so scared of being turned down or his pride being hurt.

Jules sees and experiences all the guys and what they do and has been doing it for 6 years. She sees them have sex and screw around all the time. They do drugs and they make terrible decisions and she's supposed to clean it all up if something goes wrong. She's seen and set up all the people they have had sex with. She's had to watch countless women come and go.

Definitely worth the read.
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This is my first Stevie J. Cole. I can definitely say that I will be looking for / reading more of her work. This is the story of Rush Wilder, the bassist for major rock group Pandemic Sorrow. Yet this book is so much more than just Rush's story. In both big and small ways this book delves into the lives of all the members of the band.

This story is told strictly from Rush's point of view. This is the first book that I've that's been told completely from the Hero's point of view and it was so much fun to read.
The romance between Rush and Jules was explosive to read (very hot). He knows that their is something "different" about her - something "special" but it takes me him a while to act on it - to fully understand what it all means.
I am just an average everyday kind of girl - so I don't pretend to understand the inner workings of the music industry. That said the only down side to this whole book was the character of James. I thought the music exec seemed a little over the top for me. I'm sure that the music industry has its fair share of sharks and scum bags so maybe he was right now......but just felt a little over board to me.
Over all this is a great book and I totally recommend it :)
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Rush the self professional who're but to him all of the whoring around with fans was part of the job. By that I mean it was written in his contract to do so. He took his snobbery seriously. But when Jag began to change he noticed that he was changing along with him, albeit it kicking and s reaming. At the center of his change or maybe the true p purposeful his change was Jules.
She was the one that put up with his abuse of drugs and then ever ending line of women. But he steamrolled to her for his emotions and his heart. Could he governor all up for her. Will she look at him with something other than disgust?
I thought I loved Jag out of all of the Pandemic Sorrow guys but after reading Rush's story I think Jag might be combining at second. I mean Rush may bean bass but he was loyal to his friend in his own messed up way. When he realizes what his heart truly wants and what will make the he in his life full, well let's just say that he takes full charge of it.
Thrilling and dirty Rush is the picture of a Rock Star. Reading about him becoming more is truly epic!
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Stevie J. Cole has the ability to tell a love story on top of the smut and beautifully written twists and turns in the plot that readers such as myself crave!
She writes a story that keeps you begging for more and leaves you with one of the best book hangovers a reader could want!
The story about Rush and Jules is beautifully written and I love the angst and passion that both characters are written with.
Rush is your extremely hot rock and roll god who cannot keep himself in his pants!
Jules is the guys traveling manager and she is the one who schedules certain "events" for these men. She really is part of the industry that owns Rush's ass. As the story unfolds you will find out that Jules owns more than Rush's ass.
I loved this book! I cannot delve to much into the plot line or I will give it away and I want each and every reader to enjoy this book from the first line to the last paragraph.
The love and compassion that is written in this book rivals that of the most seasoned authors and Stevie is literally just getting started with her story-telling.
I loved this book just as much if not more than I loved Jag! Amazing job Stevie!!
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When we met Jag in book one, I didn’t think anyone could be more of a manwhore than Jag, until Rush. We are with their band Pandemic Sorrow and really get in behind those closed doors. Rush has known for years he has had feelings for Jules and as much as he has tried, Jules kept pushing him away. As much as I like how much he tried, I was really frustrated with things he still did. I guess I’m a softie but I felt like he should have tried to prove his feelings a little more. I must say no matter how hard Jules tried, Rush was quite a force to be reckoned with. His smart and sassy mouth left me laughing at times, but yet I could feel he was missing something from his life; and that was love. Even though he slept around, he was still lonely and there’s where I felt so bad for him.

This is one wild book with a great love/hate relationship between Rush and Jules but you know they can’t deny the passion between them and it is definitely HOT! I liked getting more of Jag’s previous story and the blending in with the other guys from the band. What a wild ride this was!!
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