Jemma Bowers hasn’t kissed anyone in over a thousand days. She knows—she’s counted.
For twenty-year-old Jemma, rules are not meant to be broken…even if she’s the one who created them. Friendships have boundaries, relationships mean trouble, and don’t even get her started on sex. Haunted by the death of her mother and her father’s abandonment, Jemma finds herself hungry for something meaningful and permanent, but is afraid of what may happen if she pursues it.
Jordan Capshaw can’t fight his addiction. Not even if it will cost him his career…
When Jemma finds Jordan drunk and barefoot in the street, she convinces him to get in her car. Aside from the fact he’s the lead singer of her favorite band and pretty much the rock star of her dreams, she quickly realizes his addiction is a monster neither of them can control.
Who knew choosing between a rock star and a fireman could be so difficult?
Emotions run high as Jemma soon finds herself caught between the troubled rock star and her growing affections for Vic Harper, a swoon-worthy firefighter from her past. But when her grandmother passes away, leaving her with no other family, Jemma’s world falls apart.
To save herself from further heartbreak, she risks it all by breaking her own rules, and putting her heart on the line.
After all, the heart just might be the biggest rule breaker of them all.
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5/5 STARS: I loved each of the characters and stayed up for two nights reading this story. I just could not put it down needing to know what would happen next!
5/5 STARS: BK Rivers has the talent to pull you into the story right from the start and make you feel like you know the characters first hand.
5/5 STARS: The story is very fast paced. It definitely sucks you in and demands you read more of it. A couple pages quickly turns into 100!
4.5/5 STARS: The story is tense and angsty. I was crying with the characters at times because I was pulled in, feeling their anger, their pain, and their grief. Raining Down Rules is a well-written emotional journey
BK Rivers grew up riding through rolling fields of grain on horseback, driving hay trucks and catching frogs in a silver creek. She traded country life for the big city when she married the love of her life, but the heart always returns to the country.
BK, her husband and three children live in the Phoenix suburbs on their own mini farm surrounded by crowing roosters and the low nicker of horses. When she’s not writing, she can be found baking anything sweet, in fact it’s been said her brownies are so good they save marriages.
The inspiration for her novels comes in many forms, but mostly from her Gotye channel on Pandora. She writes young adult and new adult novels to the beat of Gotye, Snow Patrol and many others.
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Why did you decide to write in your genre? I naturally gravitate towards contemporary romance because I truly enjoy the journey the characters go on during the story. I love watching the evolution of relationships and how they break down only to be rebuilt near the end. And, I would be lying if I said I don’t enjoy the happily ever after—as long as it’s not rushed and feels natural.
What motivated the story of the Book? Music is one of the driving force behind any of my novels. For Raining Down Rules, I had a thought one day that involved a stoned rock star walking barefoot down a street at night. In this thought, there was a girl driving home who come across him. I started to wonder what would happen – would she try to help him? Would a relationship form out of her efforts? And with these questions, the story was born.
Jemma is a twenty-year-old cautious woman who has dealt with a lot of heartbreak in her short life—her mother’s death at a very young age and then her father’s abandonment, not to mention a secret she’s kept since she was seventeen.
Jordan is the lead singer of White Shadow, a famous rock band and gets by on the next drink, next high or the next great lay. He’s reckless and fighting the demons of his past who haunt him at every turn.