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Publisher's Summary

They're shattered...and he's the only one who can fuse them back together.

From the pinnacle of success to the depths of despair, the band Oblivion has been through it all. Nick Crandall, the lead guitarist and the one most likely to cause a band breakup, is the only one who can begin to put the pieces back together after the most catastrophic night of his life. And that includes making a stand to win back the woman he needs.

His only choice is to fight hard for what - and who - he loves.

And oh so dirty.

Epilogue included that bridges between the end of Fused and the final book in the Lost in Oblivion series, Owned.

©2016 Cari Quinn & Taryn Elliott (P)2017 Cari Quinn & Taryn Elliott

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Not the End

The title is a little misleading since it doesn't really pertain to the band as much as the romance in the story. This book has a more fulfilling ending than the prior book, but there are still questions to be answered in the next and final book, Owned. However, a lot of loose ends are tied up in this book, which is the continuation of Nick and Lila's story from the previous book, Shattered. I really like the evolution of Nick's and his sister's relationship as well as Nick's and Lila's. I like the new characters that were introduced in Shattered (Michael and Ricki) and am glad to see more of them in this book. I really like where the story is heading and can't wait to listen to Owned.

Kennicott and Ross just nail each of the characters. They are true actors, not just narrators. They are so talented. I can't recommend them enough.

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Nick and Lila continued

I don't like to give away the story but let's just say if you read the beginning of Nick and Lila's story you're going to want to read the rest of it right it's definitely a good read and worth it.

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Nick Rocks!

Would you listen to Fused again? Why?

Yes! I'd listen to Nick and Lila's story over and over again. Honestly, I'd listen to the entire Lost in Oblivion series over and over again. It's fantastic.

What did you like best about this story?

The kindness in Nick. The fierceness in Lila. The desire, chemistry, and love between the two.

Have you listened to any of Kai Kennicott and Wen Ross ’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Yes. This is one of the top performances in my opinion. I love Kai and Wen. And I REALLY love Kai and Wen as Lila and Nick.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes, I wanted to listen to this in one sitting. It's *that* good.

Any additional comments?

This series has been perfect at every single turn. The authors and narrators have made this spectacular.

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One of my favorites in this series

This was actually one of my favorite books of the series, even though Simon is one of my favorite characters. But to see how much Nick is going through and you get to see he is going through a lot with the band, his family and with Lila. he feels like he is alone and he is looking for someone to be there for him, he does get some help with Jazz and Grey which is nice and even Margo. This series is great because you always have the band that is there and you always get to hear about them. Cari Quinn and Taryn Elliot out did their selves this time if that's possible. Now I have to wait the final book.

Kai Kennicott and Wen Ross make it very hard to put the book down and stop listening. They make it very intriguing