Falling in love was easy...figuring out the rhythm of being a couple, not so much.
Now that they've pressed play, life is going way too fast for Gray Duffy and Jazz Edwards. A super-hot video has boosted their band Oblivion's popularity even higher, and suddenly Gray and Jazz are the reigning prince and princess of rock. But as their private wedding ceremony in their most special place approaches, they realize they can't go forward without facing their roots.
With new family members coming into the mix and old unresolved dramas coming to a head, one thing is for sure - the harder they rock, the bigger the drop.
©2014, 2015 Taryn Elliott & Cari Quinn (P)2015 Taryn Elliott & Cari Quinn
When I learned about this book I couldn't wait I knew I had to get it!! Another page turner I listened to it all in one sitting!!! I can't believe what an amazing job Kai and Wen did while performing this . I am blown away by the incredible talent on the authors part as well as Kai and Wen's part. Who wouldn't love it when its packed full of talent and passion.
I love the Lost in Oblivion series written by Cari Quinn and Taryn Elliott and narrators Kai Kennicott & Wen Ross are simply amazing. They totally bring all the characters and story to life for me and I cannot get enough of listening to their performances
Any of the other books in the Lost in Oblivion series. All the characters appear in each book so readers get to enjoy learning more about them and follow their journey
My favorite scene was their sexy drive to meet Jazz's sister, Molly. Gray trying to remain in control driving while Jazz blowing him out of his mind was scorching hot.
Yes, I could not get enough and would definitely want to listen all in one sitting.
Mom of 3. Voracious reader and listener. If I don't have the ability to pick up a book, then I grab an audio book.
Somewhere in the middle. In it's defense I listen to a ton of audio.
Twisted, obviously! Or any of the books in the Lost in Oblivion series.
Yes. They just get better and better
My Girl Jazz
I always love revisiting characters I just can't get enough of Gray and Jazz. OMG! This novella is perfect if you feel like you didn't get the closure you wanted with Twisted.
Gray loves Jazz, that's made even clearer within the pages of this book. I can't wait to see how they continue to grow in future books as we watch the other members of Oblivion fall in love.
I loved everything about it. Kai and Wen bring such a greatness to the novel. Their narration brings life to the words.
Untwisted by Taryn Elliott and Cari Quinn was another great read in the series. I love Taryn and Cari's writing. This series is on that completely pulls you in. Gray and Jazz have finally decided to start their relationship. I loved reading about Jazz and Gray on their journey to their wedding. This was a great book in the series. I can't wait to read more.
Kai Kennicott and Wen Ross are like honey
*** I received an AUDIOBOOK in exchange for an honest review
Sure. Lovely voice. Easy to follow.
This is part two of Gray & Jazz's story. Kai & Wen easily bring these characters to life. The authors have put together a great story line and you cannot help but fall in love with the band Oblivion and hearing the story read by these two professionals keeps your attention. Wen makes even the most frustrating character lovable... The two of them together is HOT... I will be following the rest of this series... and other books they narrate!
I have read and loved these books, so hearing them on audio makes for an even fuller and richer experience.
There are so many, because Jazz and Gray are the couple most likely to make it past all the hurdles to end up with each other. Every scene that they're in together is memorable. I loved the scenes between Jazz and Molly and Gray and Molly, too.
Yes. Kai and Wen have captured the Lost In Oblivion characters perfectly, and UNTWISTED was a seamless continuation of their work in TWISTED, the previous book in this series.
Every interaction between Jazz and Gray makes me happy, but the wedding was especially wonderful.
I love this series, and Kai and Wen are doing a great job.
Yes, the audio version brings the listener into the story, with very expressive reading and sound effects.
I liked the priest!! He had a sense of humor and understood love.
I've listened to a few.. One thing they need to learn: If you're going to do a rockstar book, at least learn how to pronounce the band names (Rockin' with Dokken)
I did, and I did.
I wouldn't know. Never read the kindle or print version.
I love Simon both for his comedic relief and his utter acceptance of his friends. He brings a lighthearted vibe to all but the darkest moments :)
Kai Kennicott and Wen Ross keep me transfixed with their performance. There is no escaping once you have started a book they have narrated! You want to hear it all. I love the way they portray all the different characters so completely it almost seems like they are there infront of you instead of on an audio track. I can't wait to listen to more performances by them :)
How NOT To Plan A Wedding?
This series must be listened to (or read) in order. The first book is Rocked. The second book is Rock, Rattle & Roll. The third book is Twisted. This is the fourth book. I can't wait to read Destroyed!
Jazz is excited and happy about Gray finishing rehab. Hopefully he will be equally excited about her big news! She wants the moment memorialized forever so she has decided to do the big reveal during the video shoot for Sugar Kisses. Will he be happy? If he isn't ... Will he forgive her? Can they make this work?
Gray can't wait to see Jazz. He wants to go back and start from the beginning... Do things Right. This is it for him. He doesn't want anyone else ever so he wants to savor it. Not miss a step. He doesn't want Jazz to miss out on anything. She has missed out on enough over the years. Will she agree to his plan? Will he be able to stay sober? Will she be as happy to see him as he will be to see her?
***This series is suitable for adult readers who enjoy mild taboo contemporary rockstar romances with unconventional adopted families, self depreciating humor and lots of drama to go along with all the steamy love scenes :)
I would put it at my Top five.
I can't think of a book I would compare it to.
I have heard a lot of books from Kai and Wen and I haven't heard one from them that I didn't like.
There was two moments in the book one was when Gray came back from rehab and Jazz had news for him and when Jazz and Gray marry.
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