Monday 12 January 2015

**Blog Tour & Review** Rush by Stevie J. Cole

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Rush (Pandemic Sorrow) by Stevie J. Cole Blog Tour

All books in the Pandemic Sorrow Series can be read as standalones.

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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Wendy's 5 star review:

Dirty mouthed, sex crazed, rock star man whore, with no filter and a couldn’t give a shit attitude, oh yes we’ve met a few, but none more so than Rush.

Set alongside Jag’s story, it can be read standalone, but if you have read Jag this book with give you further insight into his battle too, we are pulled into the story of Rush’s disastrous existence. Although to him it is his normal.

Pressing the flesh is definitely his thing, looking for love is not.

Jules, is working for the record label and is there to keep the boys kind of in check, although supplying flesh for them to press seems to be in the job description too, hence her reluctance to go down that road with Rush even if her she is attracted to him.

Stevie J Cole can write a male man whores POV exceptionally well and the banter was so funny and humour through the story had me snorting our loud.

The life of a rock star is a dirty one but someone has to do it and Rush definitely embraces the dirty.
It does make you wonder how Jules is going to see past all that she has seen, to give Rush a chance.

This Pandemic Sorrow series is not for the faint hearted, but if you can embrace the dirty, shocking, outrageous behaviour then this is for you.

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Jag by Stevie J. Cole

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About Stevie:

Oh, what to say?
I love writing (obvious since I'm on here, right?) I don't have a specific genre - I just write whatever story manifests itself inside my brain.

Writing is like therapy. There is nothing else that I can lose myself in the way I can a book - the way a well written story can take you away from reality and leave you in a dazed state once you've finished... that is unbelievable. I can only hope that whoever reads my work will be sucked into the little world I've created on the pages.

Aside from writing, I love sloths and mythology. I kind of have a thing for vampires, because let's face it, something about the fact that they have to fight the urge to bite your neck and drain the life from you is rather sexy. I have an irrational fear of the zombie apocalypse. I honestly cannot imagine
a more horrifying way to go than by being ripped to shreds by a mass of mumbling, decaying, and oozing corpses with clicking teeth. Ugh! I just shuddered typing it.

Now the boring basics: I grew up in the south listening to a ton of grunge rock (I'm sure if you read my books you'll be able to guess who my favorite bands are). I wanted to major in theatre and creative writing but my parents refused to let me. They told me those weren't "reliable professions".
Reliable? I'd just rather do something I enjoy!

When I hit 30 I decided to start a bucket list and publishing a book was on the top (followed shortly by meeting a certain celebrity). Proud to report I've accomplished both.

So, here I am with my first novel and working on the second one. The journey of writing Bound to the Fallen has been amazing and allowed me to meet many wonderful individuals.

I hope if you read my work that you will enjoy it. After all, writing is the most amazing magic trick of all... it puts the reader in the mind of the writer (kind of creepy if you think about it).

I hope you love my little world as much as I do.

Stevie J. Cole Author Links: Facebook:
Twitter: @steviejcole

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