Reagan Elliot should be living her dream.
She's touring with Exodus End as their new rhythm guitarist and gaining more notoriety and fame than she ever imagined possible.
She's earned the devoted love of not only one, but two spectacular men. Her committed threesome with sexy guitarist Trey Mills and her hunky bodyguard Ethan Conner is stable, loving, deep, and satisfying for all involved.
But sometimes the world sees things differently and is determined to destroy what it doesn't understand. Can Reagan's relationship with Trey and Ethan survive the cruel backlash of the media, her family, and a bigoted public? Or will the talented musician lose everything she holds dear in the face of her own burgeoning doubts?
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I love all Olivia Cunning's Rock Band books. IMHO, the Sinners On Tour series is one of the best rock star worlds ever conceived for romantic enthusiasts. This book isn't a pure Exodus End story as it takes place in the collided worlds of the two bands through the unconventional ménage relationship between Reagan, Trey and Ethan. It was a rough and painful ride as they define, unify and unveil their relationship.
Although not my favorite of her Rock Star books, with great narration, it was well worth the credit.
Waited for the audiobook to come out. Wanted to know the rest of the story. Really enjoyed all the twists and turns to the story. Loved it but now sad have to wait for next one.. hope its Dare...
Ok - when I first saw this I thought... we have already heard the story of these 3 ! But..... no we hadn't !! This was a GREAT LISTEN!!! I could not stop listening! It is a very long book but never lost my interest!!! I laughed, cried and everything in between. Narration was top notch!! Fantastic!!! WOW! Just WOW!!
I love being swept away by a new romance and thankfully Audible's ever growing Library means I get to indulge myself over and over again
This story, I suppose, can be listened to as a standalone but it is actually the sequel to Double Time (Sinners 5) because Trey - the Sinners lollipop licking, sexy, adorable naughty-boy guitarist, Ethan - the Alpha dominant Bodyguard and Reagan the talented stand-in Guitarist for Exodus End have developed a close, loving and committed polyamorous relationship. Trey and Reagan are in the spotlight showing the facade of a 'normal' boyfriend/girlfriend relationship but things start to unravel when the paparazzi print hurtful and malicious stories about Reagan. Band mates and close friends know their true relationship but Trey, who has a great relationship with his family, wants to publicly come out to the world about the threesome's loving ménage - however Ethan and Reagan haven't told their families yet and don't want to rock the boat with either them or their fans. But, when feelings of jealousy, hurt, frustration, insecurity, doubt and anger start to fester - their once rock solid relationship ends up on shaky grounds.
Added to all this is the constant media speculation, pressure and hostility after some leaked personal information about Reagan's relationship with Ethan was made public which led to the growing suspicion that someone close was seeking ways to destroy Reagan's reputation and career.. but who? And, if Trey pushes too hard for what he wants, will he push them all apart or will it bring the lovers closer together?
Now I've listened to my fair share of ménage relationships.. but this mega hot listen surpassed them all on the heat level and described some new, never before heard by me, ways that Ethan and Trey made love to Reagan. It had plenty of creative M/M, M/F and M/M/F sexy times as well as sweet, tender, loving and happy times too but when the pressure of outing their forbidden relationship intensified - none of them came away unscathed. Definitely a relationship driven story creating the angst, drama and heartache but there was also the internal politics of the band, judgmental family members and the mystery over who and why someone close is trying to destroy Reagan.
Worth a credit? YES.. this is a well written triple POV journey of three famous people fighting for peace, happiness and harmony within a loving polyamorous relationship while the invasive media sharks circle sensing their next kill. Trey is good looking, funny, easygoing, sexy and light, Ethan is more somber, needy and insecure and he feels like the outsider in the ménage.. and Reagan is the lucky lucky woman who reaps the rewards of Olivia Cunning's creative and very sensual imagination. Well narrated and a good cast of secondary characters made up of band mates, wives, girlfriends and a shifty demanding Manager.
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I love a great MMF love story!!! This book was so good, a little sweet, a lot HOT and a great story line too! Olivia Cunning is great a writing Rock Star romance!! I was so excited when I realized that Trey was getting another book!!! The relationship between Trey, Reagan and Ethan made my heart happy <3
The narration was great. Both of them were a perfect fit!!
Does it make you feel better to no vote all my reviews? Sad. If it makes you happy have at it then. Hope it brings you a little joy.
Omg, if you are a fan of Sinner, you’re going to WANT to read this book like ASAP.
Its feels like a second Trey, Ethan and Reagan book BECAUSE IT IS!!! Ok I will tamper down my excitement. I just loved there book so hard the first time.
If you read Exodus’s End’s first book we got some of Sinners but not a lot because well we are dealing with the opening band right. But this one is both its freaking fantastic.
Annnnd we get more Dare too, you know it.. I love me some Dare, I can’t wait till he gets his .. Sigh he is just so dreamy.
Ok back to the characters in this book. Trey and Ethan and Reagan go through some pretty hard ups and downs, and growing pains. Trey is openly Bi and proud of it but he has an amazing family the other two struggle with everything.
It’s a fantastic book of compromising and understanding and to love with your heart wide open. I am a HUGE fan of Olivia Cunnings work she kills it with every book I have read. So I highly recommend if you like hot guys and even hotter Rock Stars!
*You don't have to like my review but its 100% my opinion, and I am allowed to have it.*
A much better story, more like what Olivia has written in the past
Almost everything. There were not the plot twists that tere could have been.
They were very good, just poor writting.
More than 60 %
All around really cool story for a Very Different kind of Love affair!!
I have loved all of her books. I'm not sure I will listen to another one. The narrator was changed and killed it. I made myself power through this hoping it would get better. It doesn't. Too much sex. Not enough story. It really was boring. I'm sending it back. Won't listen to another one unless the narrator is changed back.
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Although author Olivia Cunning has the ability to create unique, assertive, and engaging personalities, I thought most of characters (late 20s to late 30s) in this book were sadly lacking in maturity and perspective.
Trey, Reagan and Ethan from Double Time (Sinners book 5) were almost unrecognizable. Reagan lost her spunk, Trey turned clingy, and Ethan became overbearing and abusive. While Trey and Reagan were concerned about making Ethan feel like an equal partner, insecure Ethan used sexual violence and brute force to compensate for his lack of professional success.
Except for Trey’s bother Dare, none of the band’s members or their women were developed beyond the most superficial of stereotypes. Toni was still the mindless bimbo that serviced Logan’s every need, attorney Jessica and professor Myrna had forsaken careers to become groupies, Rebecca played dress-up like a Barbie doll and Aggie liked to torture people. Why not make at least one woman interesting and confident, with maybe a sense of humor or social conscious.
Yes, I realize being a celebrity has definite drawbacks but most people would appreciate being financially secure and professionally accomplished. Why care about tabloid stories which most people dismiss as trash? And why allow the opinions of family, friends and/or strangers to decide who or how to love? There was little entertainment value in the repetitive hours (probably 15 of the 18) of silly melodrama and constant whining.
Perhaps on their next tour, Exodus End should occasionally visit children’s hospitals or homeless shelters in an effort to help those less fortunate and realize how lucky they actually are.
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