Outcasts, black sheep, those who never fit in anywhere. Winter's Wrath belongs to them. Every single member of the band rejects the norm when it comes to music.
They won't settle when it comes to love.
Alder Trousseau, the lead guitarist in a band that owns his heart and soul, has always stood in the shadow of a man he hates. Braver "Brave" Trousseau, the voice of Winter's Wrath.
For the success of the band, they have to work past their animosity, but that's difficult when they have the same taste in women. And men.
Sex is a game to Brave. A game that might leave the people Alder cares for completely broken. Unless he claims them for his own.
If he steps out of the shadows, he'll have no choice to play. To win.
On stage, the drama drives the fans insane. The songs they sing are a blood-racing, body-moving war cry. But the very real battle taking place between the snares and the mic might tear the band apart.
©2015 Bianca Sommerland (P)2016 Bianca Sommerland
I loved the dynamics of the storyline
how the band was with each other
When Jessie, Alder and Danika got together for the first time
I wanted to but it was too long too.
When the narrator sang the song for Danika he was almost overpowered by the music. I would have like to hear the words to the song a little better but all in all he did a good job narrating the story
Josh Macrae's constant intake of breath was hard to get past - at first. I certainly appreciated it as he read one of the hottest and most beautiful love scenes I've read/heard in a long time.
This was a fantastic story - something I've come to expect from Bianca Somerland. I fell in love with all of these characters and can't wait for the next book in the series!
This story would have been si much better if it was not for the narrator. He made all the characters sound almost alike. You could not tell which one was talking, unless they said their name. Turned a great book into a disappointment.
The first half of this book is boring. I kept listening because I had spent a credit and wanted to see if it got better. It does for awhile and then it tanks again. It had a few hot scenes but not many. The author also tried to write songs. I love rock star stories but can not stand it when the author writes really bad songs and the narrator sings. Its always painful! Backlash is told from so many points of view it is hard to follow at times. It also contains several M/M scenes, one M/M/F and a couple M/F. The narrator is what kind of saves this book. He was easy to listen to. If you have gotten through everything on your wish list AND it is on sale I would give it a try. Don't spend a credit on it.
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