I just finished the Rock Hard: Sinners on Tour Book 2 and could not wait to tell everyone how good it was. It was even better than Book 1, if that's even possible. It had a lot of hot, romantic scenes and a very good story to follow. I couldn't stop listening to the book, I took it with me everywhere. I would highly recommend this book if you want something to keep you on the edge of your seat. I can't wait to start the next book in this series.
Another great story by Olivia Cunning!!! She is fast becoming one of my most favorite authors. Love the rock band members and how each book is specifically about one of the band members. Loved it!!!
No spoilers! Love HOT, sexy books w/a plot. No vampires, paranormal, teens 4 me. I also review in exchange for books-lots of fun surprises!
Somewhere in the middle...extremely erotic sex scenes-not a lot of deep/complicated plot.
The lead singer's health emergency...well, written and vivid.
Jessica-although O'Keefe does a superb job with male characters as well
No spoilers: The help that was offered to fellow band mate regarding prescription drugs.
Lots of sex and strong language...not a light romance.
The second book in this series is just as good as the first! Love the guys in the band, loved that we got glimpses of how well Brian & Myrna (from the first book in the series) are doing. Have to admit that I liked Myrna's character better than Jessica, but maybe because I'm closer in age to Myrna than Jessica. LOL Once again, parts will make you cry, parts will make you laugh out loud, all of it is very entertaining. I listened to this while exercising - it helped me increase my time, distance and frequency. Kept me wanting to walk more so I could listen more! LOL
Will do anything for books!
Loved this story, love this series. HOT HOT HOT and really fun. The only really negative thing I have to say about this is that the narrator makes all the girls sound much older than they are. Her voice is good, and works, just sounds better for Myrna than the other girls.
Rock and Roll
I think it may be an accurate portrait of being on the road with rock stars.
The problem with this series is, the books released are out of order. Book 4 should be book 5. The last book has not been released yet, but it took place before book 4. This is very strange, I wouild like to know why the author did this.
YES, ITS A GOOD READ... MUCH LOVE THE BAND DISPLAYED FOR ONE ANOTHER
HOW CARING/DEVOTED THEY ALL WERE FOR ONE ANOTHER
NO, BUT A REAL FAN FOR SURE NOW.....
KEEP THEM COMING....WAITING FOR THE NEXT...YOU HAVE MY VOTE
Yes. When Justine narrates, the characters are distinct and she reads with great emotions that pulls you into the story.
The love/hate relationship between Jessica and Sedric. The best moment was her fury over him bringing the two girls into bus in front of her, and the scenes afterward.
She's awsome, narrates with passion...
The entire book is great!
Listening to Hot Ticket, oh my god!!!
My name is Mona and I am an infrequent reader. I found books on audio by accident. I am really enjoying it.
I could not get enough of this book. The book opens with boy loosing girl because of his macho, caveman persona. Sedric Lionheart, the lead singer of the Sinners, is so thick headed that it takes two years and several women later for him to realize that he lost the only woman that could ever satisfy him in every way. Jessica, the love of his life, is done with his controlling ways and wants to take charge of her own life. Jessica has supported Sed with his dreams but she could not understand why he didn’t support hers. They were compatible sexually in that they matched each other’s needs tic for tat, but its Sedric’s controlling nature that sets them apart. Although he loves her, he doesn’t know how to love her and allow her to lead their own life. Such is the case with the band. Sedric is the leader of band and therefore the leader of everything. Throughout the story, Sed learns there are things that are just beyond his control.
I really enjoyed reading this book. The character of Jessica reminded me of someone of knew from my college years who danced her way through college. I can only imagine how her boyfriend felt seeing men gawk at her. Jessica’s character stressed me as well. I could not stand the way she kept second guessing herself. She was never assertive when she needed to be. Jessica never questioned her sexuality. She never had to be coaxed into asserting her voyeuristic nature or how and where she liked to be pleasured. She never had to with Sed because he was intuned with her body and her sexual needs. But outside of the bedroom or sex, Jessica was weak and allowed herself to willingly accept defeat. I guess this is where the writer had to show their compatibility. Where Jessica was weak, Sedric was strong and vice versa.
This book is a good read and I can’t wait catch up on the other band members.