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5.0 out of 5 starsSexy Lies and Rock & Roll is a funny sweet book by Sawyer Bennett
Reviewed in the United States on November 13, 2016
Sexy Lies and Rock & Roll is a funny sweet book by Sawyer Bennett. She really knows how to make a sexy rock star steal your heart. Add in a large puppy, a straight laced lawyer and a tour bus and you have one fun story! This is definitely a lighter read than some of the previous books that have come out but don't think it lacks anything because of that. It is still entertaining and steamy and an overall enjoyable read.
4.0 out of 5 starsQuick, swoony and steamy...loved it!!!
Reviewed in the United States on November 14, 2016
Sexy Lies and Rock & Roll by Sawyer Bennett 4 stars!!!
“He makes me feel something I’ve never felt before. I feel wanted.”
Sawyer Bennett delivers a fun, swoon worthy read in Sexy Lies and Rock & Roll. This was a book that read quick and I sped through it so fast I had to check if it was a novella. The pacing is fantastic as you are whisked away into the lives of Emma and Evan. Sexy Lies and Rock & Roll combines my love of anything surrounding the legal profession and of course a rock star, so I really did get the best of both worlds.
“One minute, we’re fighting, and the next, we’re engaged in the most sensuously epic kiss of my lie. It was no-holds barred. It was carnal. It was so dirty. Especially when his finger – “
Emma is a quiet wall flower in every sense of the word, she is most at home with her nose stuck in a book whether it be legislative or romance or anything else that catches her eye. Emma keeps herself to herself and is in a job where she isn’t happy but it pays the bills. Emma wants to go into contract law and she is literally biding her time until a better suited job opportunity comes up. Emma lives a lonely existence and it seems that is the way she wants it, with a slobbering puppy and a cat for company she seems happy, but is she?
Evan had a rapid rise to fame after releasing his first hit single as an indie artist. Evan is extremely level headed, humble and not your run of the mill pop star, his parents were not hands on at all and he was raised more or less by his Aunt Midge, who owns the law firm that Emma currently works for. When Evan finds himself in a bit of bother, Midge sends Emma to rescue her nephew…now their paths have crossed, is Midge playing match maker?
Sawyer Bennett delivers a hard-fought romance between these two and it is this battle of wills and chemistry that keeps those pages frantically turning as you will this couple along. Evan and Emma are total opposites in every way but they both have that physical attraction to one and other that could only end up going one way. With Evan being the carefree, fun-loving artist and Emma being the intellectual, boring, prim & proper lawyer he has to fight through her walls and rigidity to discover the hot, passionate and fiery woman underneath…but once she is unleashed these two are SMOKING!!
“Are you going to make love to me, Evan?” “No, Emma… I’m not. But I am going to eff you and trust me… you’ll prefer it that way.”
Evan is completely smitten with Emma after their first meeting and he does everything in his power to ensure that he is in her company again. With their first meeting, not exactly being very harmonious the chances of that are slim to none so Evan exercises his power as Midge’s nephew to get Emma on his tour bus for a month to do his contract law. With the carrot dangling in front of her being the answers to all her prayers Emma decides to go and now the battle is well and truly on.
“…I love how I can play this body as easily as my guitar…the sounds you make are as beautiful as the music I make.”
These two characters were adorable in every way and this book centres on their relationship from frenemies, to friends and then to lovers. There is a little angst, but nothing over the top and while being a little predictable for an honest romance this hit the spot. Sometimes you just want a quick, easy, hot and steamy read and this one definitely fulfilled that brief. Totally loved it!!
Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2016
Sawyer Bennett NEVER disappoints with her writing. Ever. I know I can pick up any new release by her (or any of her older books) and when it ends I'll be happy with basically everything about it. She's just one of those authors who clicks for me.
This is the story of Evan, an up and coming star, and Emma, the very proper attorney who gets thrown at him by his meddling aunt (who happens to be Emma's boss).
I'll be honest, it's one of those books where you absolutely, 100%, know EXACTLY what is going to happen at one point, you just feel it coming. The anticipation leaves you unnerved and upset because you're just waiting and then it happens. And you want to cry because you just want to yell at him for being an idiot and shake her for not giving him a chance to explain and fix things.
I loved it. Absolutely loved it. I loved it so much, it's in the seldom used, but very important collection in my Kindle entitled "Read Again."
Reviewed in the United States on November 13, 2016
Evan really just slays me, "but I Know the minute she locks eyes on my erection because her eyes fly back up to mine, cheeks the color of a fire engine. “Sorry about that,” I say with a grin and a nod downward. “He’s frisky in the morning.” Evan is not a shy man when it comes to his wants, “I so have,” he reassures me. “So prepare to get effed every morning, although I wouldn’t mind a blow job either.” I loved this book, I'm hoping Evan's other bandmates get a book.
Another book that's been sitting on my kindle a while and once I started it, I literally couldn't put it down. Loved it. Love Evan. He's the rock star with a heart. The rock star who hasn't let fame and fortune go to his head. Emma's the attorney who lacks confidence and seems to believe she's not good enough. When she has to go on tour with Evan and be his attorney and look after him from a legal aspect, things heat up. I loved the development of their relationship. I hated Tyler and I hated that Emma allowed someone like Tyler to play on her insecurities. I was angry with her for doubting Evan and believing Tyler. I guess her lack of self confidence made it easy for to believe what Tyler said but I still think she should have fought for her man so to speak. Loved the book though, despite Emma making me want to shake her at times.
I auto-buy/ 1-click any Sawyer Bennett book and must admit I was a little disappointed when this arrived on my kindle and I then read the synopsis because I'm not much of a band romance lover. However I really did enjoy reading this as the writing is so easy and the heroine so lovely. Emma Peterson likes order, books, contracts, detail and peace. She is not particularly happy working at the busy law firm, Knight and Payne, where her dad is a partner however she's stuck there in her first year as an associate lawyer. Her boss (the infamous Midge, we've met in previous legal books by Sawyer) sends her to help out her nephew who is recently catapulted to fame rock God status and is implicated in a murder. To say they clash is an understatement but Evan finds himself intrigued by the conservative young lawyer that gets fiery when he gets under her skin (and doesn't he enjoy getting under her skin!) This is a story of firsts and an exciting journey for both characters. Told from both POVs you really get to understand both characters and their insecurities and the lies they tell themselves. Emma must enter the tour bus as his legal consultant for the month. While it wasn't love at first sight it was great chemistry, lots of story and fun. These two were fabulous together, you could feel them grow and have real issues that they tackled together. I loved their energy and connection. This is a well balanced, humorous and lovely romance. 4.5 solid stars