Friday, October 26, 2012

Adult Review: Rock Hard (Sinners on Tour, #2) by Olivia Cunning

This book is suitable for Adult readers!!!
Goodread summary:
An ultimatum can break your heart....

Every night lead singer, Sed Lionheart whips thousands of women into a frenzy with his voice alone. But the stage is the only place Sed feels any passion since he lost Jessica...

If you’re not willing to break all the rules...

It shattered her heart, but law student Jessica broke off her engagement to Sed, determined to be successful on her own terms. But no other man can ever hold a candle to Sed...

Then a chance meeting and tortuously close quarters lead to uncontrollable flares of passion and rediscovery of their unique penchant for public encounters. Now, in addition to the risk of mutual heartbreak every time they get together, they’re in danger of truly scandalous public exposure...

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Oh My God, I sill have a stupid grin on my face for no apparent reason.
This book was so good. So sexy and filled with so much passion. However it wasn't as good as Backstage pass.
I was kind of pissed of at Jessica at the beginning. She was a new character, and I knew she's the reason Sed is hurting. Add that to her behavior, her bitching and her plans to break his heart... I wanted to hurt her.
My feelings towards her didn't improve much as the book progressed but I enjoyed reading it none the less. Sed was absolutely intoxicating and we got to see a whole other side of him. One where he's open and he shows his emotions. It was definitely something new and interesting and I loved it!
The steamy sex scenes (and there were a LOT of them) just improved the book.
What I love the most about the two books is how Olivia Cunning has written the books. There is something that make them amazing. There is a lot of sex in both books and a lot of extraordinary relationships in both books and in the midst of all that there is so much love.. and my point was that Ms. Cunning somehow made the book interesting and deep and filled with so much emotions, not cheap and shallow.
I really love the Sinners and I can't wait to take a peak in the next band member's head to see who things are from their perspective.
The series is truly amazing and I recommend it to everyone over 18.

 I give it:

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Until the next time,

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