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Rush (Pandemic Sorrow Book 2) by [Cole, Stevie J.]
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All books in the Pandemic Sorrow Series can be read as stand alones.

WARNING: This is not a traditional romance. This is a male point of view and before he finds his one you will be subjected to the dirty ways of an uncommitted rocker. This book contains explicit language and sexual situations. This book is intended for a mature audience.

It’s my job to play music, to make girls wet, and then to screw a select few of them. I’m a professional rocker. I’m rich, I’m famous, I’m one lucky son-of-a-bitch. I have everything - except control.

The industry owns me. And the only thing I have a minuscule grain of control with is women, but not that dominate, tie you up and gag you kind of control. No, I want to govern how I make them feel. I need them to feel like a goddess while I’m in them, and I love being able to control the fact that they’ll never really have me. Love is complicated. It is bullshit. And even if I thought I needed it, the rules of being a rocker won’t allow it.

Sex is all I need.

I don’t need love.

But for some reason I want her. For some reason I can’t get her out of my mind. And lately, every time I’m with any girl besides her it feels wrong.

I can practically have any woman I want, but I can’t have her. She’s off limits because she’s part of that industry that owns my ass.

Sex was all I had.

And sometimes I thought maybe love was all I needed…with her.

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If your like me, and have read Jag, then you’ve probably been waiting for Rush with very little patience.

I was soooooo excited when I finally got my hands on Rush! I like seriously shut myself out of my life in order to delve right into the rock world Stevie so vividly pens her rockers living in.

For me, Rush was a bit of an unexpected read. There were times in Jag that I was drawn to knowing more about Rush, and then other parts where I wanted to throttle him. So I found my self once again feeling these love/hate emotions toward Rush as I read his story.

Like the typical rocker, Rush too is a complete mess, using sex and drugs to cope with the god like status and complex he's grown accustom to with years spent in the lime light.

Rush is a sex addict, honestly a complete man whore! But I still really kind of liked him…A LOT!
I thought Rush’s character was a mishmash of good, selfish, arseholery and most of all potential; Rush has soooo much potential to be the loving man a woman could want and need.

There were many times, despite his whoring and douchy ways that I actually found myself feeling sorry for the jerk wanting him to find a place of solace.

Can a girl he’s wanted for 6 years be his calm?

Can he change his ways in order to be the man she deserves?

Enter Jules….the game changer?

Rush has wanted his assistant manager Jules for years, spending time on the tours, quiet nights on the buses getting to know each other has lead to an all out attraction and want like he has never known. The only problem is the 'no dating' her client’s rule that Jules must follow. Oh and the fact that she is torn on Rush’s whoring ways, doubting he could ever be monogamous.
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Well Stevie has done it again..made me fall for a dirty talking, manwhore of a Rock Star and I'm not even sorry! lol I loved reading Jag and couldn't wait for Rush and it did not disappoint!! Rush is not dark like Jag but he definitely had his own issues to deal with...the main one being Jules, an employee of their Management, who he is NOT allowed to go near due to his contract!
Rush is the typical manwhore rock star, sleeps with all the fans, loses himself in sex because he is living the life he is expected to but is filling a gap for what or who he really wants. He has liked Jules for the last six years and after finally one night together he realises the strong feelings he has for her. Only problem being, Jules finds him disgusting and doesn't want to lose her job so does her best to ignore him and her feelings for him.
I loved this book, had me hooked apart from stupid RL getting in the way! lol It was great having more of the other band mates in it and it also showed how Jag's problem affected Rush and how him and Jules tried to help him and deal with his addiction.
This is by no means a fairy tale read, it is real with lots of emotions, lots of sex and lots of swearing! There are many bumps in the road but it does show a softer side to Rush too! I loved the whole book!! Oh and the extra scene at the end... HOT HOT HOT!!!
Another brilliant book from Stevie and I can't wait for the next!!
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Rockers....gotta love them! I love that these books are written from the male POV. It makes them so much raunchier! Well in Book 1 we met Jag and as we suffered with him through his addiction and finally his HEA, grew to know and love him. This story about Rush does the same for him. He has wanted love his whole life but it seems to always elude him. He covers his desires by partially doing drugs and alcohol. But his biggest "addiction" is sex. Anywhere, anytime, anyone. This does not bode well for his attraction to Jules, their Assistant Manager. Rush has wanted her since they met 6 years ago. But rules are rules and the band's contract prohibits a relationship between them. Twice they have broken that rule but Rush has had enough and will pursue Jules until she gives in. Unfortunately, it isn't that easy!
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Hot hot hot ... wowzers ...such a hot rocker book..... who doesn't love a steamy read..Great characters and story line
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5.0 out of 5 stars Love this rocker series! Dec 23 2014
By Laurie ~ Book Fancy - Published on
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Wow! Once again, Stevie J. Cole did not disappoint! I absolutely LOVED Jag so of course I couldn't wait to my hands on Rush's story! Rush is a man whore if there ever was one! He lives the ultimate rocker lifestyle and has a different girl in his bed every night. However, there is just something about Jules that makes him want to be different. He can't get her out of his mind and would most definitely be okay with spending more than one night with her. But Jules see Rush for the man whore he is and wants no part of that. Rush is determined to show Jules that he can be the man she wants and needs.

Stevie definitely knows how to write some hot and sexy scenes! And there are also some moments when bad boy rocker Rush will have you swooning. Underneath his rocker persona is a definite sweetheart!

Rush will take you on one hell of a journey as he tries to change his ways and catch the girl of his dreams. I recommend reading Jag also and follow the boys of Pandemic Sorrow and the women who bring them to their knees.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Rock star Jan. 13 2015
By Robert Williamson - Published on
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Reading this book straight after Jag wasn’t really the best thing to do. I should have left a gap. The reason being is that Jag and Rush are very similar. They both live the typical rockstar life of sex and drugs and rock n roll.

Whereas Jag was a total mess with his drug habit, Rush was more responsible with his drugs, if that makes sense! He had a handle on it and used more for recreational reasons. He controlled the drugs, they didn’t control him. The difference between the two of them was that I think Rush was more likeable and more dimensional.

Jules was a strange character. I swear her character changed half way through the book making me go from really liking her to thinking what a bitch towards the middle of the book!

Once again, I enjoyed reading Ms Cole’s depiction of the life of a rockstar. It all seemed very plausible to me. I felt this was a better written book. The plot was set out early on and kept true throughout the book. I felt the story moved forwards and flowed much better than the first book.

If you like your rockstars f!cked up but likeable then you should pick up these books!
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1.0 out of 5 stars yuck!! Dec 28 2014
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Can I say gross? Ok now I know that the hero is supposed to be a rock star and Manwhore but enough is enough! His sexcapades went on for way too long in the book. I am really not interested in reading detailed sex scenes between the hero and multiple other women. Then when the book finally ends and we have a HEA we get to read a bonus scene with again more detailed sex between him and other women. Yes I know it took place before the HEA but still!! Why did we need that? I definitely will not be reading more of this series and bypass further books written by this author.
4.0 out of 5 stars Worth reading - Klaire's Kollection Aug. 7 2015
By Klaire's Kollection - Published on
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Gifted for an honest review – 4 stars
It’s no secret that Jag ripped me to shreds, the content of that book was mind blowing, so I was really excited for Rush. I didn’t expect it to be as heavy as Jag and it wasn’t to be fair. It deals with an addiction all the same, but a very different one. I think in all honesty Stevie J Cole’s Pandemic Sorrow series is my favourite rocker books. I enjoy this sub-genre for the most part but it doesn’t come at the top of my list so I tend to read less of them. This series is good.
Anyway, onto Rush. It didn’t impact me like Jag did, maybe because of the addiction subject who knows? I liked the storyline, although it wasn’t really anything I hadn’t read before. What makes it good is how Stevie writes it, her words get under your skin and there’s plenty feeling when reading it. I got to say though that at times this book had me feeling dirty, some of the things left my skin crawling a little. Not so much in a disgusting way but in a dirty way if that makes sense. There were some tough issues broached in this book and I think Stevie managed them well enough.
I wasn’t overly impressed with Rush as a character, took me a little while to warm up to him and I wasn’t a fan of his actions, even where Jules was concerned. My feelings were about the same for Jules. I couldn’t quite jump on that rollercoaster with them. I liked that it tied in with Jag’s book and I got yet another side to what was going on. There wasn’t very much romance going on, but then again Rush wasn’t really a romantic guy so I guess I get why it was lacking. Obviously the sex is smoking hot and filthy in here; you might wanna have a change handy whilst reading.
A little disappointed that it wasn’t on par with Jag but it is definitely worth a read, especially if you like Stevie J Cole and books about sex, drugs and rock n roll.
4.0 out of 5 stars Staying true to the rock star code of conduct... Aug. 2 2015
By Rosa Sharon - Published on
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I was looking forward to reading Rush's story. He got my attention in the previous book and I enjoyed his easy going attitude and sense of humor. Yes, he's the ultimate rock star who takes advantage of his fame and easy access to the groupies. He's cocky and unapologetic regarding his behavior. Actually, rather than being discouraged by his record label, he's being encouraged to draw media attention with his bad behavior. It's all about making money and getting attention, right? "Fame is an evil B--, and people will kill for it." Unfortunately, one of of my least favorite characters is their band manager, James, and he is still pissing me off. I totally blamed him for leading Jag down the wrong path as a newbie-rock-star and he lost my respect early on. He's still a PITA, but fortunately he's not actually on tour with the band. That duty has been assigned to his assistant, Jules. I met her in Jag's book and she earned my respect as a badass who didn't take any crap from the big-headed rockers. She travels with them and takes care of the details such as their tour schedule, accommodations, VIP passes, meet-and-greets, interviews, and of course the after concert 'suck & f--s'. She is constantly rolling her eyes and telling the guys how disgusting they are, but they all know she cares about them...especially Rush. Those two have been circling each other for six years. The chemistry is there, but they don't have the freedom to explore their attraction for each other. Well, actually they kinda did, once. I remember them joking about it in the last book. She claims that it was a huge mistake, something that won't happen ever again. Hmmm. Was that because it was a bad experience? Or...was it because she works for the record label and fraternization is not allowed? I'd say that would be door #2 since they are still eye-f--ing each other. However; I can't blame her for not wanting to have anything to do with Rush without first getting a cootie shot. That man has a serious sex addiction. Confession time...I actually consulted Google regarding one of the sexual acts he referenced...smh. I'll let you figure that out for yourself, I'm not sharing that one. Another confession...I love his filthy mouth. One of my favorites, that isn't too pornagraphic to repeat is, "You're stuck between a wall and a very, very HARD place." I also got a giggle-snort out of the reference to there being a "boom-boom-room" on the tour bus. The story is told completely from Rush's POV so you can expect it to be x-rated. The events run parallel to the previous book so you will get another view of some of the same events which I found to be enlightening. I don't know if we will see him in future books or not, but I totally fell in love with Cody. It would be so incredible if he became part of the Pandemic Sorrow family. Ok, here's my final confession...Jules disappointed me...she lost a few of her badass points. Since the story was told from Rush's POV I didn't get a glimpse into her head so I don't know what caused her to make the choices that she did. So, rather than bad-mouthing her, I'm gonna cut her some slack and assume that she has some baggage effecting her actions that we aren't aware of. I expect her to be around in the future so maybe we will learn more later. I'm really looking forward to reading Roxy's book, I'm ready for a female POV. Not that I'm complaining, cuz I love the men, but I'm sure it will be entertaining to be inside her head. Yup, we'll get a front row seat to the crazy antics of those bad boys and their tendency to over-share, I can't wait.