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Rock Stars Do It Dirty (RSDI #2) By Jasinda Wilder

7 years ago


5 stars


My Review:

This book took hot to another level. You not only get a steamy scene from Jamie, you also get one from Chase. Jamie just can't do it anymore. She is broken and seeing Chase again has made it even worse. There is such a pull is heartbreaking to see them fight it for Anna's sake. With Jamie Fleeing again she hits bottom and breaks down to Anna. Anna reacts better than you would think, but at this point its to late. Jamie has already left Chase and can't go back. She is running with no end in site. Chase is doing the same thing in his own way. The both are trying to replace the feeling they had with each other and its failing miserably. How unfair is it to love the only person you wont let yourself have, Chase and Jamie are faced with a very hard decision and with stolen kisses and heart braking goodbyes in their present I can only hope their future is looking up. I find this series more tortured then Annas. These characters are so broken and need to be fiixed. You really get to know them better as well as the supporting characters in their hopeless story. I think they are going to be perfect for each other and I can't wait to see it happen. Another epic ending in the Rockstar Series. Till next time :D


***Rock Stars Do It is a Big Girls spinoff-sequel series. It is best to read this after Big Girls Do It books 1-5 to avoid major spoilers.*** Falling in love with your best friend's ex sucks. It isn't fair to want the one thing you can't have. But the kind of soul-deep need Chase and Jamie felt for each other wasn't concerned with whether it was a good idea to be together or not. Should they fight for a relationship that came with a tangled web of broken hearts and complications, or should they just let it go, despite knowing that forgetting each other would prove painful and impossible?