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We’ve known Jade C Jamison’s name around here for awhile now, but this is the first time we get to covet something she’s written. What’s wrong with us?

Here’s all about Bullet, the first in a series:

What if you discover the man you want is toxic?

She tasted a little bit of heaven with him, and now they’ve gone through hell and back, but can their relationship take anymore?

Valerie Quinn is a naïve college freshman when she meets on-the-rise rock star Ethan Richards. He’s an idealistic, handsome, reckless young man, but he’s captured her heart. She doesn’t give up on him and eventually his walls crumble down. By the time Valerie has given herself to him completely, she discovers he’s damaged and may be beyond help. Can she save Ethan and their relationship before he implodes, or will he self-destruct and take her with him?

So for New Adult, which this seems to be, it’s pretty on point, no?

But for real life? Why do we women think we have to save our men from themselves? I mean, seriously. It’s like we’re programmed to do that or something, but it never turns out well. Look at the first line of this description. Valerie knows he’s toxic. But she doesn’t care.

This has nothing to do with the book. Or maybe it does. It’s just… why?

But here’s where he has to do with the book: maybe it’ll help explain it to me. Because even though I’ve been there, I’ve done it, I just don’t get it.

This is the first in a series that features Val and Brad and Ethan and others from the band. Looks like the series is still going strong ’cause there was another release in 2016.

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