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Feverish (Bullet Series Book 3) (Rock Star Romance) by [Jamison, Jade C.]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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About the Author

Jade C. Jamison was born and raised in Colorado and has decided she likes it enough to stay forever. Jade's day job is teaching Creative Writing, but teaching doesn't stop her from doing a little writing herself.

Unfortunately, there's no one genre that quite fits her writing. Her work has been labeled romance, erotica, suspense, and women's fiction, and the latter is probably the safest and closest description. But you'll see that her writing doesn't quite fit any of those genres.

You'll have to discover Jade's writing for yourself to decide if you like it.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2384 KB
  • Print Length: 287 pages
  • Publisher: Jade C. Jamison (25 Oct. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00G5IOT62
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #246,017 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I think Jade C Jamison is my new author obsession. The woman is a freaking amazing writer and boy does she get hot and sexy across well! Having loved the first two books in the Bullet series I was so ridiculously excited waiting for Feverish.

I have to say the book rocked, literally!!! Feverish is exactly what it was. Clay "Jet" Smith's story was the one I was secretly waiting for and I wasn't disappointed. Having had his heart crushed by unreciprocated love twice before Clay was happy simply living on an emotional diet of music and porn that was until Emily Brinkman came into his life.

Clay's disorganised life gets the better of him and he eventually agrees to appoint a PA (oh, if only I could get a gig like that) to sort his chaotic life out. In walks Emily, fresh from graduating with a BA and waiting for her fiancé to return from Europe, Emily accepts Clay's offer of employment and settles in to working for a rock star. Despite Clay's obvious attraction to Emily he respects her boundaries but does offer her "Jet" his sexy bad-boy persona should she ever need him.

This book was a nice, uncomplicated read which focussed on two characters getting to know each other and themselves. Clay and Jet were truly special and Emily's relationship with both characters was captivating. What I did love about Feverish was that Jade didn't rush through scenes, especially the sex scenes which built with delicious abandon. I loved that there was a HEA and nothing was left unanswered. Bullet #4 brings more of Brad but in the meantime I'm off to read Tangled Web to feed my new fixation with Jade's books!!!!
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I liked Clay in Bullet and there is more to him than meets the eye.

Not only is Jade the best at Rock romance she can write a mean story full of hope, happiness and heart. Its nice to get into Clay's head and learn more about him, he's not the bad boy I thought he was. I deferentially like Jet (and yes I would go there!) but Clay wins hands down.

I think I'm in love with Clay "Jet" Smith!!
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I just love Clay, what a sweetie.

Emily was also a sweetie, she was a tough cookie, but had a real soft centre.

What a stinking dreadful self centred man Bryce was, who did he think he was! Thinking he could swan off to Europe leaving Emily behind, and not think she wouldn't suspect anything, let alone get himself caught out. Although she had few feelings for him, she really wasn't distraught, and when they had phone sex with his friends listening in.

Clay heard her whilst she was on the phone and thought it was hot!

I love how they both had really strong feelings for each other, and respectfully held off! Clay wanting Em to make the first move. She did and we get a glimpse of how their feelings began to grow, they both fell quite hard.

I loved the interview, thought Mary was fab, she knew there was chemistry just waiting to be tapped.

I loved how Emily saw through Clay/Jet's both sides, and fell for him warts an all! She settled into working as his PA quite quickly.

They got on really well from the start, I thing it was a done deal that they were heading towards a relationship, Clay was very patient, he knew how he felt for Emily, just had to convince her that's what she wanted too!

The emotions were all over the place, but when Emily and Clay got down vans dirty, the sexual tension and then chemistry oozed from the page.

Really enjoyed getting to know Clay, what a genuine bloke, they really deserve happiness.
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"Jet and Clay are just two different sides of my personality. No, I don't have a split personality, but the sides are sometimes distinctive. Clay? That's me, the real me, who I am at the core. Jet is Clay on coke. He's got brass balls and doesn't take S-t from anyone. He's the only guy you'll ever see onstage."

I won't deny it - this is the one I was waiting for! I fell for this bad-boy in Bullet; his double persona on and off the stage just did it for me. The Clay I love, and the Jet I worship did not disappoint. In-fact he exceeded all my expectations!

I now know the man and the rock star!

I know what makes Jet tick, and I know deep down that Clay is that sensitive young man who has been burnt not once, but twice, and is absolutely terrified of falling in love again. Considering how he's been living his life since his split with Valerie Quinn, he's not even sure if he wired that way anymore, as he reverts back to his man-whore ways. Everyone wants a piece of Jet, the lead guitarist of Last Five Seconds, and he's more than happy to give it to them.

When the lights and music go out, Jet believes the neighbourhood is experiencing a power cut, until he clocks the final notice from the electric company, and comes to the realisation that he is actually crap at the mundane day-to-day living. With a pile of old mail strewn across his desk and boxes of paperwork in need of filing, his housekeeper, Mary, advises Clay to hire a personal assistant.

With an advert in the local paper, the résumé's start to filter their way in, but after one failed interview, Clay is adamant he needs someone who also knows the rock/metal industry.
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