Country Soul

Country Soul Jackson Rawlings loves music in fact making music has been something he s always wanted to do After his confession to homosexuality his record label forced him out and after his latest world tour h

  • Title: Country Soul
  • Author: Remmy Duchene
  • ISBN: 9781920484569
  • Page: 370
  • Format: ebook
  • Jackson Rawlings loves music in fact, making music has been something he s always wanted to do After his confession to homosexuality, his record label forced him out and after his latest world tour, he decided to give it all up It breaks his heart to think of never doing music again but he just feels so broken.Marques Lopez is a music exec who knows a good thing and a gJackson Rawlings loves music in fact, making music has been something he s always wanted to do After his confession to homosexuality, his record label forced him out and after his latest world tour, he decided to give it all up It breaks his heart to think of never doing music again but he just feels so broken.Marques Lopez is a music exec who knows a good thing and a good man when he hears and sees them and boy is Jackson Rawlings a good thing But how is he supposed to put Jackson together again when he s been broken so many times

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    1. Country Soul by Remmy Duchene is the story of a country music star who was kicked out by his record label once he revealed he was gay, and the music executive determined to give him his dream back. My highlights:· The characters. I thought Jackson & Marquez complimented each other well. I enjoyed them as individuals and as a couple.· I enjoyed how the story starts off on a melancholy note but as the story progresses and their feelings grow so does the tone of the book. It felt like a song. [...]

    2. 4 HeartsThis story opens on a whole lot of feels, and I’m grateful for it. Jackson grabbed my attention from the first page and held onto it throughout the story. His emotions were raw and real, and not whiney. Remmy Duchene hit the mark in portraying Jackson’s broken heart. Jackson has come out and is still adored by his fans. Country music is his life’s work and he loves it with his whole heart. But his record label doesn’t feel like he is good for business, and ends their contract, st [...]

    3. This one started out with a bang, but fizzled a bit for me.I was expecting more of the "broken and heartbroken" Jackson. Marque and Jackson's relationship developed so quickly and I didn't really see their "love".All in all a sweet read, but next time guys use lube more often( I mean 3 years no sex and then just a little rimming and no lube, really! Ouch) and condoms ( you are strangers, use condoms).

    4. Insta-love but still I didn't feel any real connection between the characters. The whole 'big' misunderstanding was totally harebrained (and it wasn't that 'big' after all). plus everything got solved way too easily.

    5. I love this story, very nice indeed.I have read hundreds of M/M books, the only thing that I think it was missing, were the condoms:)

    6. Rating: dnfThis book wasn't bad, I just couldn't get in to it. With the large TBR pile that I have accumulated, I decided it wasn't worth finishing.

    7. A Joyfully Jay review. 3.5 starsThis story starts right off with Jackson’s fall from grace as he plays his last concert in front of a packed arena. Having come out as a gay man, his record label dropped him like a hot potato, despite the fact they were still making millions off him and his music. Heading back to his farm to figure out what he will do next with his life, Jackson finds himself looking into the bottom of a bottle. Marques, in the meantime, can’t believe that a record company wo [...]

    8. *3.5* I love a great love story. I love when there's a Knight in shining armor! Jackson is tossed and abandoned by the music industry after he comes out. So, it starts off very emotional and I'm falling into all the feelings that are suffocating Jackson.Marques swoops in pretty much and is like, "I'm going to make your dreams come true." So I swoon and I'm like OH THIS IS SO SWEET! And it was. SO SWEET! I did love these characters they were wonderful. Personally, I had serious issues with how fa [...]

    9. I loved this story. My only complaint was that it was too short. I loved that Marques was like Jacksons knight riding in on his white horse to slay the dragon for him. Beautiful the way they came together. And I LOVED that there wasn't a specific top or bottom, that they both were switches, it was pretty hot. I think this story could have been a series book easily going on to tell about more of their life together and their marriage. Could have even had a book of his brother hooking up with Max [...]

    10. The story start really emotionally and you just wanna know, why is the guy so hurting, what made him so tragically sad. From this point I was hooked with the story. The start was strong and deep. The plot was easy and enjoyable. Both main characters Jackson and Marques were interesting but everything played out to fast. The emotions were somehow real or described as real but I didn't feel them. Anyway this way enjoyable easy read.

    11. I read the first edition: It was an okay but forgettable quick read, to fast, to insta love and i just didn't feel the connection between the main characters.Edit on 31 may 2017:I have the second edition on my DSP account (Free deal) not read that one yet!

    12. I'd give this one 2.5 stars. I enjoyed the characters, but I felt everything happened too fast. Plus, (view spoiler)[I just could not get into the sex scenes. I kept yelling in my head, "Condom! Condom!" (hide spoiler)]

    13. Recensione a cura di Leyla per Feel The BookJackson Rawlings è un famoso cantante country che viene allontanato dalla sua casa discografica quando all’apice della sua carriera, stanco di nascondersi e di non poter essere se stesso, decide di fare coming out rivelando al mondo la sua omosessualità. I suoi fan lo sostengono e lo amano, ma la sua casa discografica lo butta fuori senza farsi alcuno scrupolo.Anche se cerca di affrontare questo cambiamento nel migliore dei modi, Jackson si trova c [...]

    14. 3.5 stars ✨ I enjoyed this up to the epilogue, where it kind of fell apart. Did the beta readers and editors fall asleep on the job? Jackson is finishing up a concert in Nashville and refers to Marques as his husband. In the next scene his driving his car through the streets of NYC to a restaurant and Mark asks him to marry him. I really liked reading about their journey to love and I was glad that other than a small misunderstanding that was resolved right away, there was no relationship dram [...]

    15. (Federica D'Ascani)Perché ultimamente gli uomini mugolano? Gemono, mugolano, e lo fanno in continuazione. Se vedono due chiappe, se vedono uno a torso nudo, se vedono un paio di mani coi peli sopra. Mugolano pure quando non c’entra niente. Ora, mi ripeterò, ma mi chiedo: perché? Marques, che parte con le più buone intenzioni, vede Jackson e che fa? Gli preme l’erezione contro la gamba. Ma che è? Perché?Come rovinare i romanzi sul nascere. La terza stella è solo per la traduzione, il l [...]

    16. Perché ultimamente gli uomini mugolano? Gemono, mugolano, e lo fanno in continuazione. Se vedono due chiappe, se vedono uno a torso nudo, se vedono un paio di mani coi peli sopra. Mugolano pure quando non c'entra niente. Ora, mi ripeterò, ma mi chiedo: perché? Marques, che parte con le più buone intenzioni, vede Jackson e che fa? Gli preme l'erezione contro la gamba. Ma che è? Perché?Come rovinare i romanzi sul nascere. La terza stella è solo per la traduzione, il libro ne merita due.

    17. I still had the first edition, no idea if that one is differen.I was really eager to read this one after I stumled it across again in my tbr folder but sadly it was only an ok read. insta love, bareback sex without knowing each other, getting no connections to the characters and somewhat rushed writing just didn't do it for me.Can anybody tell me if the DSP edition is better/revised?

    18. Sweet, easy, short read. Insta love okay. Might be more interesting with legal conflict, to add the suspense. In general great book to spend an evening. However, no lube and condoms? Tsk tsk

    19. 4 Heart Review by KimberleyJackson Rawlings, a country music artist pushed out of his record label for being gay, felt that he had to give up his love, his passion, which is music. Instead of fighting for what he loves, what has driven him all of his life, he decides to bow out and go home. This is where Marquez Lopez finds him.Marquez Lopez, a music executive with his own recording label, decides to find him and make him fight for what he wants. At first it appears that he’s doing it because [...]

    20. Voici une lecture qui me laisse sur une note quelque peu mitigée ! J’en attendais peut-être beaucoup trop, vu le thème abordé (l’homophobie) et le milieu dans lequel évoluent les deux protagonistes Alors il se lit sans soucis (pour une lecture détente sans prise de tête), mais il est déjà beaucoup trop court, manque cruellement d’énergie, d’énormément de profondeur, d’ampleur, de piquant, de chaleurEn ce qui concerne la relation entre ces deux hommes, elle va beaucoup trop [...]

    21. Jackson Rawlings, country music star, comes out, only to then find himself “retired” from his record label. Jackson didn’t want to retire, but he’s tired and broken, and so has given in to the not-so-tolerant owner of Brutus Records—too easily, according to his best friend, Chad, but Jackson believed that no one would care if he was gay, because his music was what his fans loved.Marques Lopez, owner of Phoenix Records, is willing to take a chance on Jackson. Marques is a surprise—he [...]

    22. Jackson Rawling’s farewell concert is in progress when the story starts. We get to experience his inner tumult and his battle to keep a positive outlook when giving his last press conference. He knows his career is over since the moment he came out and his record label dropped him. The fans and his crew, on the other hand, still faithful to Jackson and his music. After all the goodbyes, Jackson travels with his best friend, Chad, back to their hometown of Hallesford. And from there on, he nurs [...]

    23. 4.5 Stars*copy provided by author/publisher in exchange for an honest review*After Jackson is outed to his record label they drop him. Marques, a record exec in NYC has followed Jackson's career forever, and isn't happy when Jackson "retires". He can see how heartbroken Jackson is, so he heads to Jackson's small town to try to convince him to sign with his label and continue making music. What he never expected was to find not only a star, but love. This was a sweet and steamy story. It flowed w [...]

    24. I’m normally not a fan of musician books, I know weird, in the minority, but there you go.What I loved about this one, it is was more about the back end, behind the scenes and not the fore front of the whats going on the stage or the antics in the dressing rooms.We’ve Jackson, who was outed at a gay performer and shortly after his record label dropped him. Now he’s lost all confidence and has ran home to lick his wounds.Marques, hears about what has happened and swoops in to rescue Jackson [...]

    25. Jackson parted ways with his recording company after coming out as gay. Marquez wants to sign him with his company, but has to convince the country singer that not all companies are as much of a jerk as his former one. He gets Jackson to agree to write and release one song and if it does well, Jackson will sign with Marquez. But, these two sexy men create more than just music together.I really enjoyed this story. While the ending wasn’t as engaging and strong as the beginning, it did lend a se [...]

    26. yawn fest! I see where this isn't the first book this writer has published. even if it read like a first time one. for me the whole book felt forced. I really didn't get a feel for either of the characters like I have any other books that I have read recently, the stilted XXX scenes were cringe worthy. 7yr dry spell aside, no lube but sex anyway.ummm not!. I couldn't see the MC's getting together. not sure I'll be reading this author again.

    27. 3.5 Ravens. Country Soul by Remmy Duchene is a well written, sexy book with vibrant characters and deep emotion that quickly engage the reader. To read the rest of this review, please visit blackravensreviews/?p=

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