words were poison and everything I touched got filthy. Except Iris.
part of who I was. The only bright spark in my dull, gray world.
stupid and a cruel insult destroyed everything I hoped to have with the girl of
my knees and grovel because sometimes, even rock Gods have to beg.
Jamie regrets a lot. He is a crumbling rock god. The one woman that can help put him back together wants nothing to do with him. Now, he has his estranged father living with him and meddling in his life. He knows he needs to get his stuff straight but he just doesn’t know if he can. Also, why do it when he knows what he wants he will never be good enough for. What’s the point in being a rock god when the one person’s opinion he cares for the most hates everything he is?
This was a really interesting finish to this duo. In the point of view of Jamie, the reader gets to really see what is going on in this rock god’s head. In the beginning, you truly see why Iris did what she did in the first book. The crazy he shows is what a lot of artists show. He is an incredibly complex character and his relationships are equally painful and complex. This was a good book but honestly I feel like these two books could have been put together in one. I did enjoy Jamie’s point of view but I kept wondering if this was necessary. You will need to read Kneel first. This is a continuation of that first story in an opposing view point. If you’re looking for a complex rock god then you definitely want to pick up this duo.
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