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Fully Automatic (Bullet Series Book 4) (Rock Star Romance) by [Jamison, Jade C.]
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Fully Automatic (Bullet Series Book 4) (Rock Star Romance) Kindle Edition

4.5 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
Book 4 of 6 in Bullet (6 Book Series)

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About the Author

Biography 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: 3323 KB
  • Print Length: 567 pages
  • Publisher: Jade C. Jamison (28 Jan. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00I47UCSQ
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #229,533 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Ahh Brad, although we knew from Bullet that he had strong feelings for Val, we never really understood how much and that included Val and Ethan.

He was always the go-to guy, the one who took charge, I liked that about him in Bullet; in Fully Automatic however we get Brads PO, we see how hard it was for him, to keep his feelings hidden, to stop feeling hurt by Vat, she never really did know what she had right in front of her with Brad.

He was Loyal, courageous, faithful, honest, sweet and kind to name a few of his attributes.

We see him battling with his feelings for Val, and how hurt he is when she chooses Ethan every time over him. I remembered the scene in the back of the bus, made me smile but also sad for him!

He was so caring, and respectful of girls, even before he met Val. His relationship with Ethan was screwed, but Ethan as we know had a bus load of issues and he needed to deal with them, Brad so wanted to be there for him, his friend but Ethan threw his friendship in his face more than once.

I loved his little trysts with Jo 'Sugar', yep even Brad had needs! even though he felt guilty I am glad he finally gave in and started to enjoy that time!

He did everything for the band, and I honestly thought that Ethan had more input than he actually did, from what I imagined he had from Bullet!

I loved all the characters, we get to delve a bit more into Zane and Nick, although we knew a little about Zane, but Nick came over as a good honest hard worker, although he like Zane loved the ladies!

I have loved this series since Bullet, and we saw Ethan redeem himself in Rock Bottom, but throughout this series the backbone, solid dependable person was Brad, I am so pleased he finally got what he wanted, and that the band's loyalty shone through!
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I started this book tentatively because, well to put it simply, I love Ethan and all his flaws, and I just hadn’t warmed to Brad in the previous books. Having assumed this was just going to be Brad's POV, I was sorely mistaken; it was so much more. Yes, the storyline mirrored previous books but you got to see a completely different side to Brad from that seen from Ethan's perspective.

Brad has been in love with Valerie Quinn since he first laid eyes on her but unfortunately, for him, Val’s eyes were fixed elsewhere, namely Ethan. Brad knew from the outset that his heart belonged to Val but he sat by patiently as he watched his best friend, Ethan, and the woman he loved, Val, try to make their dysfunctional relationship work. Break up after break up, Brad was ever present in the wings waiting and hoping that each time Val would realise that her relationship with Ethan was toxic.

***“I know you’re into Ethan, and as long as you are, nothing’s gonna happen between us. But I want you to know I’ll wait.”***

Val in the previous books has been written as a strong character who knows her mind but in this book I couldn’t help but call her all the names under the sun for what she put Brad through. She was cold, heartless, calculating, and deceitful but most of all unworthy of the feelings Brad had for her.

I really enjoyed reading the story of the formation of Fully Automatic again but from Brad’s perspective. At times the story lacked some momentum but having read the previous books you knew he story was building slowly and carefully towards its conclusion.

***He could feel what she was feeling. It was deep and soulful, and there were no words for it. It wasn’t just love.
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“If you love him, I’ll support your decision, and I’ll never say anything about that night again. Ever....
But if you tell me you don’t, I’ll fight for you.”

She’d just set him on the path he’d follow for the rest of his life. It even sounded melodramatic in his head, but he knew - he knew he’d never love another woman like he loved Valerie.

Bullet blew my mind, so it’s safe to say that here I am once more, riding the wave of book euphoria. Bradley Payne, in all his rock-star-grease-monkey-guitar-wielding glory is the heart, soul and f-ing glue that holds this series together. He is the foundation on which it was built. The sacrifices he made, the lengths he took to keep his dream, his family and his brothers together while bleeding on the inside will have you experiencing this story and his character in a whole new light.

Bullet fans will finally know what it was like for Brad as we experience, in his own words, the journey of Bullet / Fully Automatic, as he takes us right back to the beginning - back to the garage, and to the moment when the young, naïve and beautiful Valerie Quinn entered his world, for it never to be the same again...

Brad's perspective, although retold in third person, is hardcore, real, honest storytelling at its absolute finest.

Fully Automatic covers pivotal scenes that arose in Bullet, but with enough deviation to make it a solid story all its own. This is not a rehash of Bullet but more of a reflective angle that highlights the toxicity of not only Val and Ethan’s relationship, but the extent of which certain actions were covered up in order to protect the ones you love.
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