Olivia Cunning delivers the perfect blend of steamy sex, heartwarming romance, and a wicked sense of humor in her wildly popular erotic romance series, The Sinners on Tour. Wicked Beat, fifth in this racy rock 'n' roll series, is the hottest yet. From the moment he lays eyes on Sinners' new... show more
Olivia Cunning delivers the perfect blend of steamy sex, heartwarming romance, and a wicked sense of humor in her wildly popular erotic romance series, The Sinners on Tour. Wicked Beat, fifth in this racy rock 'n' roll series, is the hottest yet. From the moment he lays eyes on Sinners' new soundboard operator, drummer Eric Sticks is completely smitten. Rebekah Blake loves the uninhibited fun she's having and thrives on Eric's daring in the bedroom, but she's got good reasons for not committing. Through role play, voyeuristic games, and lots of sex talk, this pair of kinky lovers must overcome their inner demons to have the perfect relationship they both secretly desire.
Publish date: August 6th 2013
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Pages no: 399
Edition language: English
, Erotic Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, New Adult
Series: Sinners on Tour (#4)
3.75Honestly I thought of DNF this one just a little after I started. It went right into a big sex scene and Rebekah was worried about her problem and what they would think. It seemed superficial and weird because I was thinking she meant as in a forever kind of love and kids situation right away,...
Thank you Olivia Cunning for getting me out of my book slump! With all the big life changes I've been going through lately, it has been hard to get into anything new. This book was perfect. I was able to relax, shut my brain off and just enjoy the pleasure the Sinners always bring. I have been ...
Eric’s story was hilarious, sexy and fun. Just how I pictured him. I knew there was something else there too. I was so glad to get under that surface though. And I’m so glad that he got over his...err...hair trigger problem. LOL
I received my book from Source Books through NetGalley.This book, while I liked it, didn’t really grab me. It somehow missed the oomph “Hot Ticket” and “Double Time” had. Eric and Rebekah had enough issues between them to fill multiple books, but because there were so many of them, and seemed to fol...