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Rock Hard – Olivia Cunning (Book #2)


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..


My Review.

I have to be honest, I didn’t really get in to Sed’s story as much as Backstage Pass, but that doesn’t mean I didn’t enjoy getting to understand Sed more, as you find out a bit about his personal life in the first book with Jessica.

From the synopsis, you kind of have a back story about their relationship – Jessica and Sed were engaged, but she broke it off because Sed didn;t want her going to Law school. The rest of the band despise her for breaking his heart.

Due to some unforeseen circumstances including the band and Jessica on Brian’s Stag night, Jessica ends up working for Myra and her project, meaning her and Sed have to spend a lot of time together and of course, if you’ve read the first book, its inevitable that Sed and Jessica become fuck buddies as such, Jessica wanting to use him and Sed wanting her back.

The sex scenes were really steamy, and I loved the public sex scenes, especially the one at the top of the Eiffel Tower in Las Vegas.
The ending is sweet, with the band forgiving Jessica and helping Sed plan out how to get a ring back on Jessica’s finger, but Jessica has other ideas. You’ll have to read it to find out what happens.

I did panic at one part of the book where Trey is rushed into hospital due to what happens earlier in the book – which i wont spoil for you, but all is good throughout the book with him. If you read my review on Backstage Pass, you can see I have a soft spot for Trey.

Anyway, as much as this wasn’t my favourite book, its a good way to understand Sed and why he is why he is from the first book.

The third book is called Double Time, which now tells the story of Trey which should be out sometime this week – which i cant wait for.

Posted in Erotica, Olivia Cunning, Romance

Backstage Pass – Olivia Cunning (book #1)


Five stunning guys, one hot woman, and a feverish romance…

For him, life is all music and no play…

When Brian Sinclair, lead songwriter and guitarist of the hottest metal band on the scene, loses his creative spark, it will take nights of downright sinful passion to release his pent-up genius…

She’s the one to call the tune…

When sexy psychologist Myrna Evans goes on tour with the Sinners, every boy in the band tries to seduce her. But Brian is the only one she wants to get her hands on…

Then the two lovers’ wildly shocking behavior sparks the whole band to new heights of glory… and sin…


My review

I’d been seeing this book about for a couple of weeks but I wasn’t really too bothered about reading it as nowadays there seems to be erotica everywhere since the uprising of 50 Shades. Although i love smutty books, i did decide to buy it for my kindle last night and see what the fuss was about – also i decided that it would be the only book from the series i would buy – this turned out to be a lie as i REALLY need to read the other member’s stories now! Especially Trey as i did fall a tiny bit in love with him.

At the start i did think it would be sex, sex, sex (which it is) but there is so much more to that book than that.
There’s Brian, who always falls head over hells too quickly for any girlfriend then gets his heartbroken and then there’s Myrna who’s been heartbroken and divorced from an abusive relationship and who finds it hard to love since her ex threw the words around meaninglessly at her.

I love that it was Brian who was the ‘romantic’ one of the relationship – it makes a change from the girl being tied to that spot especially as hes a rock star so you would think they had no feelings attached to them and they would be the ones disregarding the girls, but it wasn’t like that. Myrna didn’t want anything, she wanted a fling and then that be it, but bit by bit Brian kind of broke down her defenses and let her see that although love can be terrifying, he was in it for the long haul (as you can tell throughout the book – i loved him and felt sorry for him at times but i could see why Myrna was afraid)

It did annoy me when he said the L-word and she was like “I was waiting for you to say it.” Seriously? I know you’re afraid of loving someone but girls can say I Love You first – I sure as hell have done.

Other than that, I’d totally recommend this book to my friends – if they were into smut