“She felt better just because of the way he was looking at her. She knew what she needed. She could feel her heart thudding in her chest, but she had to force the words out of her mouth. “I, uh… I need to talk to Jet.”
Lead guitarist from Last five second’s, 32-year-old Clay “Jet “Smith is not the marrying kind. Having been dubbed “fucktastic” by groupies, Jet knows he’s good In bed, and well his equipment isn’t anything to be ashamed of either, thinks maybe it’s time to stop bringing home groupies and partying hard every night. However, after his breakup with Val Quinn he hasn’t found anyone who can tame the beast inside of him.
Emily Brinkman comes from a middle class family. Her mother was killed in a car accident and her” kind of” Fiancé is no longer her cup of tea. The spark fizzled a long time ago but he’s a safe bet. The two are night and day, Him coming from a well to do family having both a brother and sister, where as she has only her Father. Having learned at a young age that it was better to leave her heart out of the matter and instead focus on what the relationship could do for her life.
Clay is spiraling out of control, he knows her needs to get his shit together, and fast, so at the suggestion of his housekeeper he puts an ad in the paper. Almost out of school with a MBA in Business management, Emily needs a job that she won’t feel bad about leaving in 6 months to a year, seeing the add in the paper for an assistant to a rock star couldn’t be more perfect.
At first sight Emily knows Jet is the” Anti-Bryce a man, who makes her feel hot, makes her feel like a woman, and who could bring her to her knees.”
After reading multiple resumes, Clay is exhausted, and feeling as if he should just make this decision on instinct, the same way he picked his housekeeper. Until he comes across Emily Brinkman’s…
“In person, this young lady showed that she really was intelligent and personable, and Clay might have been okay with that. After all, Clay was a nice guy. Jet, on the other hand… Jet was a force to be reckoned with. Most people who didn’t know the guitarist of Last Five Seconds assumed that Jet was simply a stage name, a cool description for the guy whose fingers seemed to fly around his fretboard like it was child’s play. It wasn’t, though. Clay didn’t have two personalities, but he did have two distinct sides.”
After agreeing to take the job, and to move into his home temporarily, the two seem to fall into an easy routine, but just underneath the surface both of them feel a surprising attraction.
I don’t want to give you spoilers as to what happens next, but I will tell you that Ms. Jamison can write one of the steamiest, hottest, clench your thighs scenes, and I loved every one of them;) Emily is the perfect woman for Clay, and well Clay, he’s one of those supporting characters in a book that you can’t help but fall in love with! I can tell you after reading Bullet I was a little disappointed that Val and Clay didn’t stay together, but reading Feverish has definitely made me rethink that.
Getting to know Clay and “Jet” was quite the experience and I must say I loved every second of it! If you Haven't read this book yet go snag it, you won't regret it!!