Loving in fast forward....
Love on the fast track has been the definition of Harper and Deacon McCoy's relationship. In between studio sessions with Deacon's band, Oblivion, and building a new clientele for Harper's catering business, the newlyweds haven't had time to sleep, let alone have a honeymoon.
Deacon convinces Harper that they need a week alone together before her business, as well as a new album and tour, swallows them whole. Since Texas has always held special meaning for them, they head to Galveston to recharge and remember what it's like to just be a couple.
A beachfront cottage, hours of alone time, and plenty of skin on skin action is just what the rock star ordered - Until the future once again comes much quicker than they expected, threatening to crumble not only their perfect honeymoon but also their brand new marriage.
©2014 Taryn Elliott & Cari Quinn (P)2015 Taryn Elliott & Cari Quinn
Wow what a fabulous book brought to life by Kai and Wen who couldn't have done a better job!! I am just speechless this was just such a great book and I definitely want to read more!!! Book 1 was hot but this was hotter yet!!!
Whirlwind. Great story, and narration. Kudos for touching on some very volitul opinions. Most authors would not have had the nerves to write about. Looking forward to the next book.
As I have yet to read the actual print version of this book, I'm unable to honestly answer this question, I will say I love what Kai & Wen bring to the listening experience.
This is such a hard question to answer, it's like asking a parent who their favourite child is.... I do LOVE Deacan, Harper, Jazz... please don't ask why.
What don't Kai & Wen bring to the performance?? I'm ADDICTED to their narractions!!
The scene by the pier, in the dead of night, when the secret/ new is finally discussed, then the next few scenes after. Such a rollercoaster of emotions!!
I loved everything about this book, from the thought put in by the authors Taryn & Cari, to the performance of Kai & Wen, which made the job of listening more enjoyable. I CAN'T (wish I could underline words on here) WAIT to listen to the next book in the series.
I loved listening to the next chapter in Deacon and Harper's story. The narrators did a great job portraying these two characters and brought them to life for me.
Sexy, Angst and Love
I love that Kai and Wen bring life to the characters.
Rock, Rattle and Roll by Cari Quinn and Taryn Elliott was another great read. This is book 1.5 in the Lost in Oblivion series. I loved reading more of Deacon and Harper's story. This book picked up after their wedding and follows them on their honeymoon. This was a great book and I can't wait to read the rest of the series.
I love this series and this book. I want a Deacon of my own. I'd just like to sit and look at him a while. Great character development with strong females. The narration is excellent. I enjoyed the changing male female perspectives, the music and Wen Ross beautiful voice. His voice is part of Deacon's charm. I'm on to the next book and feel an all nighter coming on.
yes, the narrators the tone, the quickness, the perfect way they complimented each others voice. and the extra giggles that were added. PERFECT!!!
Through out I kept thinking I knew what was going to happen.....and I didn't
the entire book, sort but needed
*** I received an AUDIOBOOK in exchange for an honest review. ***"
This is audio book 1.5, a novella in this series. It is a continuing story of music and love. in this book, a marriage and a surprise. This is a fun series to listen too and the cover of this book looks exactly as I picture the characters to look as I listen to the narrations.
The author, Taryn Elliott and Cari Quinn did a good job on this story. It is well written, believable and even has a good plot. Definitely well worth listening too! The narrators, Wen Ross and Kai Kennicott delivery another excellent story to us with their spot on multiple voices. They are narrating in real time (meaning, they are sitting side by side narrating), which is a real treat. I wish all dual narrations came this way!
I love the story of Oblivion plus the narrators do a great job bringing the characters to life!
I think Deacon is my favorite and the way the narrator (Kai) performs him is wonderful. I also love Harper (most of the time) and Jaz is awesome too.
The banter between Harper & Deacon... esp when Deacon is comforting her. He is so patient and loving. The narrators REALLY bring them to life, the performance is really good.
Absolutely, each character you can love, even when they are a pain.
For the narrators. Please pronounce words correctly, it drives me crazy... The Parquet floors are pronounced (Par Kay) not (Par Ket)
This was a sweet follow up story to Rocked giving us a glimpse of Deacon and Harper's life together. I love that the narration goes back and forth between male and female the entire story instead of by chapter, it gives it the feel of a movie playing in your head.
It was a little sweet and a little sexy all wrapped perfectly together.
I have listened to two other books by these narrators. I prefer the style they used in this one of going back and forth between male and female the entire time. It gave the characters life by keeping their voices consistent throughout.
When Deacon and Harper came to a decision about their future.
I love Deacon. He's a bad rocker boy with a heart of gold. The narrator's deep voice adds to the sensual nature of the character making him even more likeable. I also still have a deep love for the character Jazz and her bubbly personality along with her friendship with Deacon.
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