I'm the bassist in Molly Riot, one of the biggest bands in the Miami area, and I'm surrounded by female fans night and day.
I love the life I'm living. Hell, I wouldn't change it for the world. But, I have a confession to make...something inside me has been changing lately.
This isn't like me, but I'm falling hard for this chick, Sophie, the hot new bartender at my all-time favorite local dive bar.
Problem is, our drummer, Mark, has his eye on her as well. Normally this wouldn't matter, but there's just something about this girl that's different. I can tell already that I don't want this to be just another one-night stand.
I have to get to know her - all of her. There's no way in hell I'll share her, but it looks like Mark has a similar agenda, and it's creating a divide between us.
Could Sophie be the girl who spells the end of Molly Riot, or will Mark and I find a way to play nice?
Warning! This sizzling-hot rock star romance audiobook is intended for listeners age 18 and over. It contains mature situations and language that may be objectionable to some listeners.
©2016 Jade Allen (P)2016 Jade Allen
Dan was loyal, supportive, and very sexy!
He remembered what was important to Sophie and tried his best to honor it. Same with his band mates. He fought to keep the band together and honor friendships.
His voice is so smooth and hypnotic, and his inflections are so perfect you become totally lost in his performance. He is fast becoming a favorite narrator of mine!
Besides the hot scene at the stacks? whew, it was sexy! The other scene that moved me the most was when Dan and Mark work out their problems.
Dan and Sophie were great together and with such a short story it really left me wanting more. Especially more of Sophie, she started out so fun and interesting with her sassy banter and attitude. I can see why Dan and Mark both wanted her, I even had a girl crush on her! This book had more angst and not as funny as the last story, but it is still a quick, hot and sexy story that you don't want to miss.
Thought I posted this, but apparently didn't. I love this series. This book was quite different than the rest, though. What I found engaging was Mark. People who function or operate like "Mark" baffle me. He clearly is upset, but rather than communicate and tell people what's going on, he simply refuses to address it. At first, I was maybe skeptical of if I was going to like this one as much. But, then, I could totally relate in the sense that, I'm such an upfront person. And, I have no problem letting someone know what I think, how I feel, or if I don't like something. So, I find personalities like Mark's frustrating. I'm a true believer that communication is key. So, I could totally identify with the frustration and confusion when dealing with someone who clearly has a problem, yet refuses to just address it and spit it out. And, that was the position Dan was in, and the other band mates. So, it was interesting to see how it was going to play out.
And, of course, D. C. Cole is so good at capturing thoughts and emotions. So, you feel all of the different nuances of the varying feelings and reactions of each of the band members, but mostly Dan's confusion and reticence to deal with Mark before communication finally happens allowing for resolution to begin.
Yes I think I would, for the fact that I really enjoyed this whole series and DC Cole is one of my favourite narrators
Wasn't a big fan of this storyline I`ll be honest. I didn't like the conflict amongst all the band mates, that great banter they all shared during the first 3 books was missing. In saying that Jade Allen`s writing is flawless, maybe more so in this book. So my comments are in no way a reflection on the writing, I just wanted them to joke around and mess with each other rather then avoid each other.
Certainly have, in fact I have listened to all of them (you may in fact call me a DC fan girl, LOL) he did a great job once again, so great that I felt how p*%sed Dan was at Mark`s reaction towards him and the rest of the band.
Dan and Mark`s final conversation when attempting to clear the air, how Mark explained how he felt about everything.
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy by the author, narrator or publisher. Can`t wait for the next book in the series, Jade Allen no more conflict for my boys, lol
I enjoyed “The Bad Boys Of Molly Riot: Hard Rock Star Series, Books 1-3” and was looking forward to reading more and Jade Allen does not disappoint with Dan. It seems like Dan is the nicest of the band members, so far. This book has less angst than the first three, though it is not angst free, thanks to Mark. I am looking forward to the continuation of this story thru Mark and am hoping to hear more about the other band members as well. While each book can be read as a stand alone, I believe you get more out of their stories by reading them all in chronological order. And each one gets better as you go.
"I received a copy of this audiobook for review consideration"
Thanks for the great read Jade Allen. Red Lily Publishing.
More Molly Riot please!!
Hello I am addicted to Audible!!! The addiction is real and I need help...more credits that is.....
I love this series. This book wasn't my favorite so far but it has really nade me ready to see Mark fall in love.
I didn't really care for how Dan wasn't just honest with Mark. I don't know I think Mark was s little babyish but I thought Dan should have been a man and told his friend the deal.
I also thought Sophie was a little heffa for setting dates with 2 band members but towards the end she redeemed herself with the calls to Mark.
I was given this book in return for my honest unbiased opinion and although this wasn't my favorite it is a good story apart of a great series with an awesome narration.
I listened to the audiobooks in this series. All characters have their own unique characters and hotness. Narrator also did a great job giving life to the characters.
I received a copy of this audiobook for review consideration
This is the 4th book in this series. Each book contains discussion of what goes on in rock bands including music, recording, drugs, friendship and finding love. Dan and Mark the last two single guys in Molly Riot. Sofia is the focus of their rivalry. Egos and hurt feelings are the main focus of this story. Dan and Sofie are an interesting couple. Can't wait to see who Mark hooks up with and if any of the guys marry their girl
I was provided this audiobook through Audiobook Boom at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review.
Big fan of this series and "the book of Dan" has it all. The battle between Dan and Mark wasn't played out in depth and I think the book could have been longer playing into the dual battles of the band and of the girl. It ended rather abruptly without an epilogue of frosting over the cake. But all I really wanted to know was, "Does she like flowers?"
D.C. Cole did a fantastic job, as always, again and again. Such a sexy, unique voice.
Giving it two thumbs up, although they're stubby thumbs because it was too short!
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