When Jace walked through the doors of Aggie's dungeon, the last thing he expected was to find self-forgiveness and the love of a remarkable woman. But when a terrible accident sidelines Jace during the band's tour, the burdensome chains of his past wrap ferociously around his heart. Determined to crack through Jace's armored shell, Aggie must go beyond her usual methods to mend his heart to love again.
©2013 Olivia Cunning (P)2013 Tantor
"As Jace's story is told in Hot Ticket, the [listener] is provided with the heart-wrenching and powerful backstory that formed the Jace we saw in the first two books of this series." (The Romance Reviews)
I like the continuation of the story through the series, even with specific character focus.
Jace finding his perfect fit.
Yes, but it would give away too much.
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Yes! A million times over - because I LOVE him! lol He's such a tragically broken soul and watching him open up and experience love and forgiveness is beautiful.
All of them. I could no sooner pick a favorite finger than a favorite character in this series, I love them all!
Eric - because I'm sorry, it's REALLY funny...so I like it for the wrong reasons. Honestly...Aggie was my favorite, for the right reasons. She does a good job of portraying her.
Both - Eric brings the comedy factor and lightens up the heavy moments with Jace and the 'cross he bears' so to speak. Well...there are multiple crosses. And then it's just flat out, panty-melting hot and sensual. You do have to be okay with a little pain mixed with your pleasure though.
This series is a must read/listen. I've already read them once - listening to them made me love and appreciate them THAT much more. The Sinners rock my face off every time.
OMG, I love this series! And OMG, I loved Jace & Aggie's story. Listening to this series while walking has made me LIKE exercise! LOL Love the camaraderie with all the band members and significant others. This book has it all, humor, pathos, steamy scenes, love, laughter.
OMG! This book had me laughing one minute and crying the next. Once again, Olivia Cunning has outdone herself.
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!
Yes, however if you've read the others in the series you will hear the repetition from the other books. This can be good-to hear updates from past characters stories, however in this instance there were a few big chunks/sections (with minor alterations) from previous books in the series.
I'll finish out this series but I think I'm all set with the rock star storyline.
Yes, she does a better than 'fair' job however her female characters sound similar to one another. As do the male characters....you need to pay attention.
Not necessarily a follow up to tie up loose ends. But I am attached to the characters and hope there is a continuation to the series...gotta hear Eric's story (and possibly John's if he remains with the band).
Sexy & hot scenes.
Mature themes and language
Will do anything for books!
Okay, so this story is...interesting? I was good with the story it was a bit deeper I think than the others but some things are starting to get obvious. I am enjoying the series though.
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No, I have not.
The author wrote the books out of order. Book 4 is the last book released. This should have been book 5. Book 5 which took place before book 4 has yet to be released.
Yes. I love it when the hero is more tortured than the heroine, and Ms. Cunning provides a story where Aggie helps Jace through his rough patch.
Aggie. Her dominant attitude is awesome. I haven't read many books about female dominant characters, so this was a nice surprise.
As much as this story is too "out there" for me (not into bondage) the author/narrator pulled it off. Parts of the story I did have to skip forward because I'm a little too squeamish for that kind of stuff but the actual love story was good. Jac seems very sweet but I think in the real world they would both need therapy. Keeping this as a fantasy it was a great ride.
I would listen if I just wanted to have something to listen to but it would not be my first choice
I like the way she helped him deal with his pain from the past and how patient and understanding she was with him.
She did good.
When he finally realized he was in love and was able to except it.
The book was a little slow but once the shooting happened the book spead up. Maybe the author could make the begins of her books faster. It seemed she did not know which direction she was going.
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