For the five rock gods of Sole Regret, finding love is easy, keeping it is hard. Share Me is a prequel to the series. Lindsey follows the Sole Regret tour bus up a dangerous and snowy mountain pass to meet the band and spends Christmas Eve getting to know musicians Owen and Kellen far better than she ever imagined. In Touch Me, Sole Regret's bassist and playboy, Owen Mitchell, meets an older woman in a sex club. She's looking to forget her cheating ex-husband and Owen knows exactly what she needs to heal her tattered ego.
In Tie Me, Sole Regret's brokenhearted rhythm guitarist, Kellen Jamison, has mourned for his lost love for five lonely years. Can a beautiful classical music composer finally break through the wall around this rock star's heart?
©2013 Olivia Cunning (P)2014 Tantor
What can I say? I love Olivia Cunning. She just makes falling in love with a rock start awesome. I went back and listened to the first book again and was glad I did. I loved it all over again and was ready to dive into the 2nd book. I was not disappointed. This book went back to the beginning of the story of Sole Regret and at first I was confused but it totally came into perspective as you kept listening. I love the spin of having a character like Lindsay, who is not a main character but reappears to send this book into a surprising spin of events. This book revolved around Kellan (Kelly) and Owen’s story. I like the fact that Owen falls in love with someone older than the typical 20 something. I love that he makes Caitlyn feel amazing about herself and that she is a smart women not some brainless bimbo. She helps keep him grounded but he has such an outrageous personality that it still shines through. Kellan is the moody one of the band and has a need for kink. He is struggling with his feelings for Owen and his lost love Sara. He is broken and this story makes us understand where he is coming from and sheds some light on his personality and sexual needs. However, I did not like how he fell in love so fast for Dawn. I did not feel the connection as much as I hoped. It still was a great romance. This book has kinky sex, humour and surprising twists. I cannot say enough about this series. I just wish Olivia would write faster. All of her books bring you into the world of a rock star and you feel like you know them personally. It is hard for the book to end. It is a must read!!!
It's all about romance in my library! I have a wonderful husband, children and my grandchildren they are my rock.
Yes of course, I love Justine!
Yes, this one I wasn't too thrilled about.
Justine does a great job on the story line, I love to listen to her.
I've always been a avid reader so now I'm a avid listener. I prefer the paranormal genre but I do like to switch things up. It's boring if you don't have variety. Of course I do love the romance and the hotter the better. Also, you can't beat a good thriller filled with suspense and a ending you can't even guess at until the very end.
I love OC's books, I will say that the "Sinners" are still my favorite but these guys are worth a listen. Narration is great as usual. If you like to imagine yourself in the world of a rock star then OC's books are at the top of my list. This has three stories for your listening pleasure and leaves you wanting for more.Rock On!!!!
I love all genres of books. However, when I listen to audio books as I clean, garden, drive they are better with a lot of heat!
Sex sex and more sex. If you don't mind Rockstars, groupies, women turning these "sex on sticks" around and lots of different sexual situations, you will enjoy this series of 3 books. I for one am a fan of these sexy rockstars of Sole Regret and what makes them tick and how they got to be where they are. I love the fact that Olivia Cunning loves these bad boys of rock and can make you fall in love with them. These stories are fast listens, but definitely make you fall for each and every band member in a different way. *This is the second set of (3) stories put together in one book for each member of Sole Regret. The first book of 3 stories was Gabe, Adam and Shades/Jacob stories. Each story tells of one night of a band member and the women who look like they just may tame them.*
Share Me takes place before any of these bad boys settle down, but is actually needed to let you in on other parts of their stories down the road. One big snowy, sexy orgy is what I would call it. Not my favorite of the series, but gives you a history of the characters that unfolds in the 2 following stories with Owen and Kellen.
Touch me is Owen's story and he is like a young, cocky pup that I just want to take home and tame. He actually holds his own with his love interest, Caitlyn. And she grounds him...somewhat. They are a playful couple with a bit of age difference, but I have a feeling, their story is going to be fun to watch unfold in following stories.
Tie Me is Kellen's story. And boy did this guy affect me like no other. He is a broken guy that has a heart of gold and so much love to give, but can't allow it from promises he has made in the past. I thought he might be kind of an ass, but after seeing him with Dawn, he might be my favorite band member (along with Gabe, that is...gotta love a smart, hot drummer) that is a total romantic and definitely has a way with words. "But it's like dawn. A beautiful departure from darkness. The end of the inky night sky. The awakening of light that turns the sky blue again. The beginning of a new day." -Kellen. Who couldn't fall for a guy like that?
Fun stories, short reads and bad boys. Not a bad combo
Justine O'Keef one of my favourite narrators and boy she did a fantastic job with the delivery of this story.
Time with the characters interact
Laugh, yes. Cry, no. It has some really fun moments.
I like the fact that you get three for one. They did not divide up the books and charge for each one. I like that!
The narrator does a great job with both male and female voices, as well as handling the hot sex scenes with compelling passion. This book is made up of three novellas containing the same cast of characters and following one another closely in time. Each of the three follows a different couple thru their difficulties to the obligatory happy ending.
This is Chelsea, not Brandon. I'm not sure how to change that. Voracious romance reader, addicted audio listener.
Anyone who only wants to hear kinky graphic scenes.
Ive read just about everything available from Olivia Cunning. Her books ARE graphic, but they have a great balance between the xrated scenes and compelling story lines. While I know they aren't for everyone, this story leaves me wondering who her audience is? I couldn't stomach it. Two friends stalk a group of rock stars and when the bands bus break down the friends offer to help out by passing the time hooking up with...all of them? They literally take turns with the guys by cycling them through the back room with each one getting more kinky until the boys, tired out from all that fun, encourage the girls to go at it. And with no prior romantic feelings toward each other, they suddenly engage in everything sexual including oral. I'm not sure how an author that I usually love got this so wrong but instead of women celebrating their sexuality this book is so degrading. Skip this one.
The whole first story
Madison Fairbanks wild fantasies
The book have you laugh, crying and wanting a bad boy rocker too!!!
The story's were very close to her other series which is amazing but in the end you were left with a bunch of short stories with no closure to them. I only bought this book in hopes to get closure from the first book and that did not happen. Just left you with a hole different group of questions.
Love meeting the band members in Share Me.
Along with Ms. Cunning's other rock start series, these compare to a series by Terri Anne Browning beginning with The Rocker That Holds Me.
Performance is okay. Tells the story but doesn't add to it.
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