Book 3, The Sinners on Tour
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"Cunning doesn't shy away from turning up the heat."—Just Erotic Romance Reviews
Where's the Fine Line...
Between darkness and desire
Need and oblivion
Pain and pleasure
A man as talented as Sinner bass guitarist Jace Seymour needs a woman who can beat out his self-doubt...
A woman as strong as Mistress V needs a man she can't always overpower...
And in each other's tight embrace, an escape from harsh reality is always a welcome diversion...
Praise for Rock Hard:
"Readers will love the characters and enjoy their scorching love scenes and passionate fights."—RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars
"Hot men, rocking music, and explosive sex? What could be better?"—Seriously Reviews
"Sizzling sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll...Absolutely perfect!"—Fresh Fiction
From Publishers Weekly
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Back to why I fell in love with this series...
Finally we’re back to why I fell in love with this series from the beginning! Sinners On Tour was my induction into rockstar fiction and I have loved it ever since. Ms. Cunning does a phenomenal job of incorporating the rock lifestyle into the storyline. The characters that she’s created, transcend the page. I want to go into a store and purchase a Sinners CD, I want to go to a concert and wear their merchandise. My name is Alyssa, and I am a fan of a fictitious band - don’t judge ;)
Hot Ticket starts off with scenes that occur in Backstage Pass, and in all honesty it should. Did it feel weird revisiting storyline that we are already familiar with? Yes. Did it stop me from enjoying Jace & Aggie? Hell no! In order to to get their full history and love story, you have to start from the beginning, which is in Backstage Pass. I really enjoyed this perspective and, for me, it added another dimension to the series that I didn’t realize it needed, but now I’m glad I have it.
Jace is quiet, strong, scarred & fragmented. His story is gut wrenching and I wept for him and all that he has had to endure. His pain is palpable and needs release. After meeting Aggie, he finally gets solace from that pain, with her help. Their road is not easy. Jace’s demons constantly throw roadblocks in their path that, at times, seem impassable. Through Aggie’s fierce determination, love and ability to give Jace exactly what he needs and craves, they are able to overcome.
My drawbacks with this book are exactly what I thought they would be when I read Double Time. I didn’t like having advanced knowledge of major plot points that occur in Hot Ticket before actually reading the book. In my opinion, this detracted from the overall impact & severity that these scenes would have made, had they been delivered without advanced knowledge. I also disliked rewinding the series’ overall story arc. Since book 5 was released 3rd in sequence, I have to forget all of the love, happiness & growth that Trey’s character, and other band members went through. I don’t like it, and I will never be able to understand, the decision behind releasing these series books out of order.
Overall, if you love The Sinners, then you’ll love Hot Ticket. Jace is just as lovable as we always knew he would be and the ensemble cast is amazing. I still recommend reading this series AFTER all of the books are released, or skipping Double Time and saving it for last. Trust me, you won’t regret it!
Love this series!
Olivia has a 'readers flow'...easy to read but not boring in thought. Read the Sinners Series in order though.
I love the way you write ,romance,humor,and hot sensuality.
"!Love ,love until the night collapses!"" !""Pablo Neruda !".