After falling head over heels in love with Reagan Elliot, the perfect woman for him, Sinners' rhythm guitarist, Trey Mills, vows to give up his bisexual ways forever.
When an obsessed fan threatens Reagan, she hires her friend, Ethan, to protect her while on tour. Falling for his girlfriend's bodyguard, a guy, was never on Trey's agenda. Will he have to choose between them, or can he have the best of both worlds?
©2012 Olivia Cunning (P)2013 Tantor
"Snappy dialogue, dizzying romance, scorching hot sex, and realistic observations about life on tour make this a winner." (Publishers Weekly)
Unlike the majority of the reviews you read.....this is my first book I have listen too in the series. I absolutely loved it because I am into M/M, M/F, and M/F/M. The performer was amazing and the story line was good. The beginning took a minute to develop but overall a very nice listen.
All business but contemporary fun!
I liked all the sinners on tour books but this gave them an even extra edge that was like the cherry on the pie. Love the character and glad he finally had his happy ending.
Backstage Pass, the first book in this series is one of my all time favorite books. I read/listened to all of them in order, this being the last one. I couldn't wait to hear Trey's story. He was so sexy and loveable in all the other books. This was a total letdown.
There was hardly a story line, mostly just sex. Honestly, there wasn't a single thing I liked about this book. The first two books had great story lines, then the series seemed to get worse with each book from there. I thought this one would be so much better. I know it's erotica but I was expecting more of a storyline. I kept waiting for it to get better but it never happened. Brian and Trey are supposed to be inseparable and the way they interacted in this book, just UGH! What part of the story there was never got exciting or even interesting. I would give it zero stars if I could.
I can't believe that Brian would ever treat Trey the way he did when he told him he was in love with him. This makes no sense considering the way they were in all the other books, even in the beginning of this book. The part about the threats against Reagan were sparse, then all of the sudden it was over. Just a few parts thrown in here and there. All three just happened to fall in love with each other and everything was perfect in their relationship. No fighting, no jealousy, nothing. I was expecting so much more and it never happened. To say I'm disappointed in this book doesn't even begin to cover it.
Olivia Cunning has done it once again!! I loved this book. Loved the whole series. I am just sorry to see it come to an end.
Addicted to Audio Books !
I am now listening to Wicked Beat, which just came out and am disappointed it is not in reading order. Audible finally has the series in order but that does me no good now that I have already listened to them out of order. Just had to Vent.
Double Time is my favorite in the series, they are all great books, Would have been better if Audible had them in reading order to begin with. The Narrator is one of the best I have heard, and I have Listened to 1000's of Audio books, which says a lot. I really suck at writing reviews so I Do Not often write them but I had to say something about the reading order Audible Messed up and made me listen out of order which is very confusing.
Yes....the Sinners series is surprising good. I usually listen to books by Nora Roberts but was looking for something a bit edgier and came across this series. These books are harder as in the language but at the same time very sweet. The characters have depth without and are easy to love. Double Time was my least favorite of the series because of the exaggerated sex scenes but Trey's relationship is complicated and the longer scenes somewhat necessary.
The performance was good but not great. The sex scenes were awkward....not just in this book but through the entire series.
I loved the dynamics between Trey and his brother.
The author needs to write faster because I am really looking forward to reading about Eric. I am equally excited to see what is to come if Exodus End. The Sinners website is cool but needs to be updated.
This was my favorite of the series. Trey has so much male magnatism and sexuality of all of the characters. They really play the 'threesome' with a lot of class!!!!
You can see he truly loves both of his lovers!
that it's scenes were super vivid and HOT! If you are looking for something super steamy to get in the mood with, this would be your first choice.
I like the whole series a lot, but it seems the steamy books i like the best involves MMF's
This book made listening to this series worth it for me. I enjoyed the story and loved the characters. I found myself wishing the author had written the series differently as this book read as if it should have been book 5 instead of 3. I enjoyed the main characters and found myself laughing out loud. If you love the Sinner's on tour series, you will not be disappointed in the least.
Avid reader for 45 years
After so many books about boy band members, it was great to see a story about a female rock musician. I loved Reagan from the first chapter - smart, sassy, down-to earth. I literally laughed out loud at times.
I enjoyed listening as Reagan won a contest, going from poor barista to guitar player in a popular heavy metal band and meeting musicians she admired. Although very talented, Reagan had challenges in handling the reality of traveling with a male band, performing in front of large audiences and dealing with fame.
I wasn't as crazy about Trey, the bi-sexual man whore from previous Sinners books, who harbored a secret crush for 18 years on his best friend. Really, in all those years of traveling together Trey never brought it up or just moved on?
Ethan was much more likable to me, even though he had cheated on Reagan & kept his bi-sexuality a secret from her. Ethan tried to make up for his mistakes by being a good friend and looking out for Reagan's best interests.
When Reagan, Trey and Ethan merged into a triad, the men were respectful and non-violent (no BDSM). All in all, Double Time was funny, erotic and entertaining.
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