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Roxy (Pandemic Sorrow Book 3) by [Cole, Stevie J.]
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  • File Size: 1097 KB
  • Print Length: 400 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1511514043
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00VR8ZBBW
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
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Wow!! I loved Roxy's book so much!! It showed so much more of Roxy's side of her story, what it was like with Jag, before she met him and once she had. It showed lots of sides to Roxy, her vulnerable, scared side but also showed her no nonsense side, the way she stood up to Jag and actually how she opened herself up to him like he did to her.
They were two broken souls who found each other and the chemistry from the start was undeniable, despite Roxy's attempt to ignore it! lol They went through so much but they stuck together and came out the other side even stronger. It was brilliant reading it from Roxy's side after having read Jag's already. It is not a fairy tale love story as usual, but a totally gritty, hard story of love, seeing these two people go through so much but still have the ability to love each other despite both of their pasts.
It was great seeing more of the characters that we have already met and I just loved reading more about Roxy and Jag, their story had me completely hooked and this book made it a great ending to their story.
"Sometimes things fall apart so that better things can fall together"
Love this quote and I think it sums up Roxy and Jag completely! Can't wait for more Pandemic Sorrow! Highly recommend this series.
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An incredibly difficult read in places but a compelling read none the less.

Roxy is a strong female character that has had a difficult childhood ruined by loss and drugs. Jag is the epitome of a jaded rock star who uses drugs to deal with his anxiety and unhappiness. Jag is everything Roxy hates but after a chance meeting she can't seem to get him out of her mind. Their story is full of heart break and though I was rooting for them they seemed doomed from the start.

I loved this book, this series is a cracker, just make sure you have tissues handy when you read it.
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Just amazing so this was Roxy's side of the story it is told the same way but also tells of their life after Jagg comes out of Rehab and starts the months long world tour and his struggle to stay clean it's not pretty and I had my doubts throughout that he would accomplish it, he put Roxy through pure hell but it does have a HEA and completes this Epic story.
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Roxy is the third book in the "Pandemic Sorrow" series. It however is Jags story (book 1) but told in Roxy's POV.
I have read Jag and loved it. Roxy was just as good as I enjoyed getting to her head and reading all things from her POV.
I enjoyed reading about what Roxy's life. How she was broken because of her childhood, how she coped with her brothers death at a young age, how she felt about Jag when they first met and her feelings throughout their relationship, the ups, downs and everything in between.
The couple go through so much in their relationship, it's not a easy fairy-tale romance that every girl wants, but this makes the story gritty, full of raw emotions and letting go of the past.
As I had read Jag previously there was parts that were very repetitive and the same as in Jag which I'm not a fan of when reading a story from the other characters POV. Saying that though the story was still good, there was new and interesting information throughout the story that kept me interested and it made it possible to read Roxy as a standalone book.
I loved ready how Roxy and Jag are determined to over come their past and demons and that together they make each other stronger. Their love for each other was very strong and you could tell that and the authors writing of the characters was brilliant to make the reader feel how strong their love was through the pages.
Despite a slight bit of repetitive reading, the majority of the story was original and I praise the author for this. I wish abit more was original though. The story was however wrote as well as Jag and im looking for the next book in the series as I'm loving this series
4 Stars.

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***ARC provided in exchange for an honest review - Jacquie / Scandalous Book Blog***

This is the retelling of the Jag story but from the POV of Roxy.
Roxy has been broken by her violent childhood, and the death of her beloved brother through drugs. When she meets Jag at a concert he his everything she doesn’t need in her life; his problems with drugs and alcohol are enough to know she can’t be with him, but she can’t resist.
I was so excited to hear the Stevie J Cole was giving us more Pandemic Sorrow and more Jag and I wasn't disappointed.
I loved this from the very first page to the last and as with Jag’s book I was rooting for an HEA for this lovely couple. The writing was so excellence and I thought my heart was going to break in parts as we watched Roxy struggle to help the man she was in love with overcome his demons.
In alternative POV stories, it’s so easy to just rehash the original however Stevie hasn’t fallen into this trap. The story is original and we get to see what happens to the family when the are forced to go back on tour, and I finally felt that Jag and Roxy had the ending they deserved.
I really can’t wait to read the next instalment, I’m really hoping Stone is next up.
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