From the moment he lays eyes on the Sinners' new soundboard operator, drummer Eric Sticks knows he has to make Rebekah his. Unfortunately, she's too busy trying to seduce guitarist Trey Mills to pay him much attention. Rebekah never planned to fall for the tall, goofy drummer with the weird sense of humor and a heart the size of the galaxy.
But Eric makes her laugh and his constant attention makes her feel sexy and irresistible - exactly what she needs after the things her last lover said to her. A woman who gives as much as she takes, Rebekah makes Eric feel like a total stud - exactly what he needs after surviving a decade of watching the incredibly talented members of the Sinners from the wings.
©2013 Olivia Cunning (P)2013 Tantor
although the heroine annoyed me at times ... the laughter is FABULOUS ... I enjoyed the listen ... characters seemed a little off their personalities from the other books
Always ready for my next smutty story.
Awwwwe Eric is so sweet. It was nice to get to read this story about him and get to know him better. In previous stories I really didn't think I would be so interested in reading an entire story about Eric, but I'm pleasantly surprised.
So happy that he found Rebeka. They are really perfect for each other.
I love books and love to get lost in the fantasy. I'm always looking for a new good story to bury myself in. :)
This was a very good story. I liked Eric and Rebekah and their story was very enjoyable. I’m not much on love triangles but fortunately Rebekah’s interest in seducing Trey doesn't last for too long.
Rebekah is a sound board operator and the little sister of Dave, the sound board operator that was working for the rock band Sinners. Dave was injured badly in a wreck of the tour bus so arrangements are made for Rebekah to fill in for her big brother until he’s back on his feet. Rebekah had 1 serious relationship with a guy named Isaac. He helped her through a bout of cancer so Rebekah will always be grateful to him but he also made her feel like less of a woman since her recovery which caused their split. Rebekah has always had the hots for Trey (a guitarist in Sinners) so when she gets the chance to work for the band she’s determined to seduce Trey.
Eric is the drummer for the rock band Sinners. He was born to a drug addict that abandoned him up at 4 years old and he ended up in the foster system. Eric’s life wasn't great but he found a love of music to give him something to hold on to. Eric has a big heart and tends to try to hold on to those he cares about, even when doing so isn't always the best thing for him.
Eric and the band go to see Dave in the hospital to talk about the sound board operator job. When they arrive, Eric is flummoxed by the appearance of an angel...well at least Dave’s sister. Eric pretty much falls for Rebekah right off the bat, noting that they both had the same shade of blue died in their hair so it must be fated. Unfortunately, Rebekah’s infatuation with Trey becomes apparent very quickly. Because of his past, Eric has never felt very lovable and he’s very sad that Rebekah is so interested in Trey. As soon as Rebekah joins them on tour, it’s clear just how much Eric and her have in common (starting with a love of classic cars). Eric is also thrilled with the fact that Rebekah doesn't seem to have a problem with his tendency to always tell the truth and say everything that comes in to his head. Rebekah finds that she likes Eric but has been so stuck on Trey that she has a hard time shifting gears at first. To be honest, I was a bit annoyed with Trey because he knew that Eric wanted Rebekah and I couldn't tell if he was trying to help or hinder Eric’s progress with Rebekah (and if he was helping I wasn't too hot on him methods). Thankfully, it doesn't take too long before Rebekah shifts her interest completely over to Eric.
Eric is thrilled once he has Rebekah’s attention but there are still some issues for both of them. Eric tends to like to watch sexual acts instead of participating because…well let’s just say that he has a hair trigger. Rebekah is freaked about the possibility of letting a man have sex with her because of some body issues her Ex left her with. This is where I really liked Eric’s complete honesty because it helped their situation very much. Rebekah decided that she liked his honesty and tried to be very honest with him in return. Because of this, they were able to talk things out between them and were able to come together in a free and honest exploration of their wants and desires. It also helped because Rebekah was feeling really unsexy after her Ex and Eric’s uncensored comments about how hot she was and how much he wanted her really helped her and made her feel special and wanted. The relationship between them isn't perfect but they do really well together, especially when others aren't causing problems for them. Obviously, there are some outside forces that try to cause issues for them but they do get past these obstructions and end the story starting their well-deserved HEA.
This was a very enjoyable story. I really liked Rebekah and Eric. They're both such fun and enjoyable characters that I really liked seeing them together and the interactions between them. I think my only real complaint is that I didn't like the whole Trey/Rebekah/Eric love triangle situation in the beginning and I was glad when it was resolved. Overall, it was a very good story and I'm looking forward to more of the series. I’d recommend this book. :D
I love to read and listen to erotica all types and paranormal vamps and shifters
I love this series Eric Sticks was not my favorite member of Sinners in the other books I felt that he played too much and I didn't like him picking on Jace with that being said I loved this book. Eric was just what Rebekah Blake needed although I did feel at times she was too needy. Reb took over for her brother Dave after he was injured in the bus crash in the last book she has just went into remission for uterine cancer and her gay boyfriend broke up with her because she didn't feel right having sex so he made her think it was her fault. Eric Sticks as never been loved all his exes used him his mother left him when he was four and no one wanted to adopt him. Eric also has a lot of insecurities, which was something I never saw coming. This made him so endearing to me. I am beyond thrilled that he finally found his perfect match in Rebekah. Rebekah saw Eric for who he was: funny, sexy, and amazing. She not only accepted his goofy nature, complete lack of verbal filter, and constant honesty, she embraced it. Rebekah and Eric complemented each other in every way. And their playfulness, it was so cute. Eric and Reb had a few things to overcome like all the other couples her job is the first one the other sound broad operator doesn't want her their so he tries to sabotage her work. Her mother who is crazy doesn't want her with Eric and she takes a break from reality because she wants her to be with her ex Isaac who Trey knew was gay and decided to help Eric out by sleeping with him. I did feel bad for him because his father disowned him and Trey broke his heart. I must say this book was very funny and sexy they had a lot of sex and Reb did help Eric with his problem of being too sensitive personally I would have been pissed about the 1 minute man routine.
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Wickedly Delicious, this book ups the heat of the others in the series. It finishes the series off in a story filled with emotion, drama, great friendships, light humor and, of course, the wicked hot sex.
This is my favorite of the Sinners on Tour Series
I love Eric. He is so much fun. I laughed so hard my face hurt. He's endearing, doesn't hold back and forces you to love him.
Eric Styx and Trey Mills. The narrators voice on these two characters is awesome
I was in stitches listening to this book.
Yes. Justine has delivered great performances!
Yes. This book was much slower, predictable, than the earlier books.
Justine did another great job!
Wife, mom, and book lover
I love everything about this series, I can listen to them over and over again
Any of the other books in the series
Yes, but too long to obviously do so
Love the narrator
Absolutely ! I would recommend the entire series. Olivia Cunning is an amazing writer and not afraid to sink her teeth into the whole rock star scene; language, look, sex, as well as into the souls of the individuals in the Sinner's band.
Any of the other in the series, but most particularly Jace's story.
Yes. She, too, is amazing. The combination of OC & JOK is great. Ms. O. Keef has a talent for voices, inflections and expressions. I would listen to her anytime.
There were a lot of moving scenes and I can't pick any particular one.
This book had it all; light banter amongst bandmates, explicit sex, angst, fun, but most importantly it was all interspersed with laughter and levity. I loved the humor, even Eric's corny jokes. All the emotions were great.
I do think that Rebekah was a bit childish at times and quite insightful at others, but I am supposing that's what OC was trying to portray.
Loved the series. Jace's story was my favorite and then this one next.
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