Rock Bang Reviews
Vagabonds #1,2,3 Jade C. Jamison
#3 The explosive
conclusion to the Vagabonds trilogy!
second fiddle in the all-girl rock band the Vagabonds, lead guitarist Kyle
Summers decides to break out on her own and puts together a band that helps her
shine as a solo act.
But the road is
uphill and success seems elusive. She begins to question herself and her
talent, wondering if she should sell out to win the adoration of her old fans
or stubbornly follow her heart and continue to languish in relative obscurity.
off-again love interest CJ Slavin helps Kyle get her new band off the ground
but refuses to commit to their relationship, once more leaving Kyle feeling
alone, unloved, and unimportant, and those emotions lead her to do rash,
irrevocable things on the road, things that could drive CJ away for good. Will
they finally admit their feelings to one another and forsake all others or
split for good, and will Kyle finally find the fame she’s been working her ass
off for or will she leave it all behind, a broken woman?
Find out in the
final tale of the Vagabonds trilogy!
★ ★ ★ ★
I love Jade C. Jamison books and this series is no exception. From the
first few pages, I already identified with Kyle Summers--and a few
chapters in, I WAS Kyle Summers. Like most of Jade's characters, Kyle is
beautifully flawed. She makes bad decisions right alongside good ones,
does the wrong thing for the right reasons, and does great things that
go unappreciated. Kyle's talent as a musician takes her from a high
school stage on talent night on a wild ride to stages in arenas and
coliseums all over the world. Intertwined in this wild ride is the
elusive love of another rising metal star C.J. "Seirge." After
completing this book, I went directly to the next, and then the next and
suffered a major book hangover when completing the series.
On the Run (Vagabonds #1)
On the Road (Vagabonds #2)
For years, Jade
C. Jamison tried really hard to write what she thought was more
"literary" fiction, but she found herself compelled to write what you
read by her today--sometimes gritty, raw, realistic stories and other times
humorous, light tales--but most of the stories she writes revolve around
relationships and characters finding their way through life. While she doesn't
confine herself to just one genre, nor is there a nice neat label for what she
writes, most of her work could be called erotic romance. Her main writing
passions include rock star romance, romantic comedy, and romantic suspense.
She lives in Colorado with
her husband and four children.