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Rock Bottom (Bullet Series Book 2) (Rock Star Romance) by [Jamison, Jade C.]
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The much-anticipated sequel to Bullet.

Rock star Ethan Richards has fought depression and a host of other demons all his adult life, and it’s caused him to lose everything—his wife, his son, his friends, and he almost loses the one thing that means the most to him—his band. He hits rock bottom and believes there is no way out.

Enter Jenna McCormick, a feisty drug and alcohol counselor, a woman with her own share of troubles. She finds Ethan intriguing but keeps him at a distance while trying to help him face life without crutches. She feels a spark but denies it, knowing that a relationship with unstable Ethan could be dangerous for both of them.

Ethan knows what he wants, though, and isn’t used to being told no. Jenna isn’t willing to risk Ethan losing his tenuous grip on sobriety, however, and is prepared to deny her deeper feelings to help Ethan climb out of his hole, but he learns how to let go of his pain when he finds that someone is prepared to walk with him through the shadows. Can he convince Jenna that they should take a chance on love or will they forever deny their feelings in an effort to keep Ethan on the straight and narrow?

You've read contemporary romance, rock star romance, and erotic romance, but you don't know what you're missing if you haven't read the Bullet series. Here's what readers have been saying about this dark romance novel:

"I'm a HUGE rock star romance fan. I think I've read every rock star read out there. When Bullet by Jade C. Jamison was released...I read it the same day. To me it felt like an honest portrait of what a rock star lifestyle is like. I really enjoyed all of Jade's characters... But there was something about Ethan Richards that reached me. He's a beautiful rock star, riddled with imperfections. Even though he did everything possible to make you hate him, I still love his character. So when I found out Jade was Rock Bottom, the squeal to Bullet, in Ethan's point of view, I was ecstatic! I'm so glad he gets to tell his story, dirty laundry and all." - Dee McGee - Booze, Bookz, and Bad Boyz

"Wow! I don't even know where to begin. I really didn't like Ethan at the end of Bullet. I wanted to keep not liking him, but at the end of Rock Bottom I cried for him. This book touched me in a way no other one has." - Jen, Winding Stairs Book Blog

"This book was amazing. Jade C. Jamison is an incredible author. This book felt real. Ethan didn’t go through rehab, enter counseling and support group and poof everything is good. The story follows Ethan through the ups and downs of addiction and recovery. The reader sees parts of Bullet through Ethan’s eyes, from his POV. This book just made me love Ethan and Jade more. Oh and did I mention Ms. Jamison has a talent for hot and steamy s-e-x scenes? Oh yea, that’s in the book too. I give this book 5 stars with 4 hands down the pants." - Bookaholic Mama

"Ethan & Jenna fall for each other. Let me say the sex scenes are some of the best Jade has written, very hot. Jenna is not sure if she wants to continue the relationship for a number of reasons. Ethan, who is now recovering & becoming the man he should be tries to convince her otherwise." Barbara's Book Obsession

"Ms. Jamison tackles substance abuse, clinical depression, and domestic violence in a no-nonsense, realistic format that will leave you reeling and then cheering. I think she nailed it! At times, I was on the edge of my seat and holding my breath to see what would happen next, but always wishing for the best." Mary Lou PagePrincess Hoffman

Categories:
Contemporary Romance: Rockstars
Romance: New Adult
Love and Romance: Modern Romance
...and BEST UGLY CRY!

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.


Product Details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1866 KB
  • Print Length: 297 pages
  • Publisher: Jade C. Jamison (Aug. 31 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00EX5JQ3K
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #151,622 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I really didn't like Ethan at the end of BULLET. He was the cliché rock star - a womanizer, cheater, drug user and an alcoholic. He was self-centered, used people and his destructive behavior hurt everyone around him. But there was something about him that sucked me in. Deep down I knew he was a good person, he just needed to confront his demons and rebuild his shattered life.

ROCK BOTTOM begins with Ethan telling us not to judge him, that we really don't know him.....yet. He acknowledges that he's made mistakes but he wants to move forward. He's at a turning point in his life. He has a son now. He knows that if he continues on this self destructive path he's been on, he won't be around to be the father he wished he had. It's because of his son he knows he has to fight, he needs to come to terms with his past, admit he has a problem and begin to take responsibility for his actions.

Getting in Ethan's head was very difficult to read. It was raw and intense to learn what he had to deal with as a child and how those experiences has made such a huge impact on who he is today. His relationship with Valerie was toxic right from the beginning because he couldn't share with her what he was going through. He was dependant on her as a lifeline, something good in his messed up life, but he learned to mask his demons and really never let her in.

Jenna McCormick, a Drug and Alcohol Counselor, has her own demons she's trying to overcome. When Ethan meets her, they immediately have a connection that brings a sense of clarity to Ethan, in that she understands about trying to overcome a past. Jenna is his rock. She helps him take an honest look at where he's been and helps him understand his demons and how to control them.

"Why now, Ethan?
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Ethan finally conquers his demons and finds true love! This series is awesome - a definite must read.
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HASH(0xa84e4528) out of 5 stars Ethan Richards finally gets his say! Sept. 3 2013
By Dee McGee - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Let me preface this review with the fact that I'm a HUGE rock star romance fan. I think I've read every rock star read out there. When Bullet by Jade C. Jamison was released back in February, I read it the same day. To me it felt like an honest portrait of what a rock star lifestyle is like. I really enjoyed all of Jade's characters--Valarie, Brad, Clay, and Jet. But there was something about Ethan Richards that reached me. He's a beautiful rock star, riddled with imperfections. Even though he did everything possible to make you hate him, I still love his character. So when I found out Jade was Rock Bottom, the squeal to Bullet, in Ethan's point of view, I was ecstatic! I'm so glad he gets to tell his story, dirty laundry and all.

Rock Bottom begins with Ethan Richards giving you a piece of his mind. He's not the guy you think he is. All you know about him is what you "see on TV and read on the Internet". You don't know the real him. He's made mistakes and he wants to right his wrongs as much as he can. He has a young son, Chris, whom he has very little contact with. His estranged wife wants a divorce and he refuses to give her one after learning she's shacked up with his band mate Brad. He has a raging case of drug and alcohol addiction. He's at a turning point in his life--continue on his self destructive path and end up dead or admit he's an addict and get help.

I was really impressed with Jenna McCormick's character. Jade researched her character very well. I got the authentic drug counselor feel from her. She showed depth, compassion, and experience. She was also a metal head! I love that she has tattoos and rocks out on her time off from work. She has demons of her own that allow her to relate to her patients. She's a strong willed, independent woman, which I adore in my heroines.

Learning about Ethan's struggles made me love him more. Deep down he is a good person. Unfortunately, he is only living a shallow life, refusing to deal with his problems. He's masks his pain and insecurities any way he can. I like that Jade doesn't pretty up his demons. We learn a lot about every ugly things Ethan has done to himself, Valarie, his band mates, and the groupies who throw themselves at him. One scene in particular really struck me. Jade flashes back to a party Ethan, Valarie, and a groupie were involved in. This particular scene happens in Bullet had me very upset at him. In Rock Bottom you read Ethan's side of the story. You get an understanding of what was going through his head. What he did wasn't right by any means, but his point of view that gives the reader insight into what a drugged out rock star might be thinking while this whole scenario is playing out.

The turbulent relationship between Ethan and Valarie is painful to read. In Bullet, I wanted Ethan and Valarie together so much. I know Ethan wasn't right for Valarie. She treated her like shit, frankly. I thought that the book would be an all encompassing redemption story for Ethan and Valarie. I didn't get my wish and I'm glad I didn't. Jade is true to the story of drug use, addiction, and the process of rebuilding your shattered life. I like that there wasn't a happily ever after for everyone. Jade makes Ethan go through the paces with Valarie, her new relationship with Brad, and his yearning to be with his son.

Jade Jamison's writing style is very engaging. You invest in Ethan's story immediately. The "sock it to you" prologue is the reason I love Jade's writing. She'll tell you like it is, whether you like it or not! I love that she did her research into what a drug counselor does and the process in which patients are handled.

Call me selfish, but I want a lot out of an epilogue. I wanted the romantic marriage proposal, the flowery over-the-top wedding, and a bunch Ethan Richard babies running around while everyone was hunky dory happy with each other. I don't get that ending. And I'm perfectly happy with it. Relationships are still tentative, wrongs are still being righted, and hearts are still mending. Again, true to the story of rebuilding a former drug addicted life.

Jade Jamison's Rock Bottom ranks high in my list of favorite rock star reads. I give Rock Bottom 5 out of 5 stars!

Dee McGee - Booze, Bookz, and Bad Boyz
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa84e44c8) out of 5 stars ETHAN - A BEAUTIFUL SOUL !!! Sept. 5 2013
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
My love affair with Bullet & all the characters within its pages began earlier this year in 2013 .... Since then I have read every single book written by Jade C Jamison & love them all ..... her writing style is what I love best & although you know this is a story there is realism to it !!! In BULLET I loved Ethan the handsome bad boy & front man from "FULLY AUTOMATIC" but his character took a beating when he started cheating on his then wife Val & when drug abuse took a hold on his life.

Ethan the tough rock star has been to hell & back .... in writing Ethan's story Jade brings out the fragile & fractured man/boy that never ever wanted to cry & show the deep scars & pain from an abusive upbringing .... instead he turned to sex - drugs & alcohol as an escape & become an ass to his naive straight laced ex-wife Valerie (the woman who he still loves & the mother of his cute son Chris) - best friend & bro Brad & his band mates ... In ROCK BOTTOM Ethan faces his demons head on in an eye opening account of his huge struggle with addiction to "H"....with the help of the beautiful Jenna, Ethan's drug counsellor & new love who totally understands his demons & what he is going through Ethan makes it through the darkest time of his life.

I went through a gamut of soul crushing emotions myself reading this book .... crying - smiling & crying again & sympathizing for the broken Ethan who was seeking professional help & trying to redeem himself after he literally hit "ROCK BOTTOM"

Jade I just could not put the book down -- read till the wee hours (2.30am) & woke up at 6am for work .... soooooooooooooooo worth staying awake for !!!

BULLET & ROCK BOTTOM(BULLET 2)& JADE C JAMISON ------------- JUST ROCKS !!!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa8a388f4) out of 5 stars ROCK BOTTOM Sept. 14 2013
By Winding Stairs Book Blog - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Wow! I don't even know where to begin. I really didn't like Ethan at the end of Bullet. I wanted to keep not liking him, but at the end of Rock Bottom I cried for him. This book touched me in a way no other one has.

Ethan hid a lot of secrets from Valerie, Brad and the rest of the band. He is has a tortured soul, he's broken. He tries to pick up the pieces of his life. Rehab and counseling, through this he meets Jenna. I liked Jenna instantly. She too has a past, though addiction to drugs and alcohol she never has dealt with herself, she's no stranger to what it can do to you. She tries to guide Ethan down his path to sobriety and peace.

I can't stress enough how raw, and emotional this book is. It is about recovering from an addiction and dealing with depression. This book takes you on a journey and is so well written that you will feel Ethan's pain. I cried through the last three chapters. I felt his pain, I cried along with him. I give this book 5 Rock Stars! I am really looking forward to Book #3. I can't wait to read Jet's Story.

~Jen
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
By Kat - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
So the first book in this series made me so mad because Ethan was a jerk ,and Val I thought was just too weak and let him treat her like crap. I wanted Ethan to redeem himself and make me love him. Jenna was just what he needed to get him on track. So now that I understand Ethan and his demons I've now changed my mind about not liking the first book in the series,Bullet. Thank you Jade C. Jamison for making me feel all these emotions. What a roller coaster of feelings while reading.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa8a38b10) out of 5 stars Rock Bottom by Jade C Jamison - Part 2 of the Fully Automatic Series Jan. 28 2014
By Loraine Oliver - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Rock Bottom starts right where Bullet ends. Bullet led the reader on a roller coaster of a ride of love, drugs and alcohol abuse and the death of a girl's innocence by falling for the worst person for her to love. Bullet is the story of the love of Valerie Quinn and Ethan Richards and how Ethan's abuse of alcohol, drugs and unfaithfulness (due in part to the way he grew up in such an abusive family himself) ruins their chance at happiness together. The most important thing we learn is that Ethan's abuse as a child causes him to live in such a pit of depression, he can't even pull himself up out of that pit and it ruins his chance of living in the present with his wife and new child. He really tried but he could not be what his wife needed.
This book is spot on with what happens and we see a change in Ethan for the better once he starts going to counseling, after completely hitting his lowest point in life, and his love for a new woman, that really truly understands where Ethan is at; a sad but true fact being that although Valerie loved Ethan, she now realizes that no matter how much she loved and forgave him it was never enough as she had never experienced the things he did, what was happening to Ethan no one could understand not even himself without the help of his counselor and new love Jenna.
What happens now with this cast of characters you will have to read and see how it unfolds.
This book was every bit as good as the first one, and you will love the message of hope and redemption we see for one of the characters through the gift of unconditional love and understanding.
This book also continues the story of the other characters and their chance of a different life as well, this book is sad in some parts but full of hope as well.