Friday, October 1, 2010

Review: Backstage Pass by Olivia Cunning

Backstage Pass
Olivia Cunning
Series: Sinners on Tour, #1
Publisher: Source Books
Published: October 2010
Format: Trade Paperback {375 pages}
Source: Publisher
Genre: Contemporary
Characters: Myrna Evans, Brian Sinclair
My Rating:

Heat Level: 4/5
The first in a new erotic romance series, Backstage Pass is a sizzling mix of sex, love, and rock n' roll It's been months since Brian Sinclair, lead guitarist for the famous rock band, Sinners, composed anything. Unable to write the music that once flowed so naturally, Brian is lost without his musical mojo. But when sexy psychology professor Myrna Evans comes on tour to study groupie mentality, Brian may have found the spark he needs to reignite his musical genius. When lust turns to love, will Brian be able to convince Myrna that what they have is more than just a fling, and that now that he's found his heart's muse, he doesn't want to live without her?

A stack of handouts tumbled from Myrna's laptop case to the floral-patterned carpet.

Myrna appears to be your average buttoned up professor, but underneath she has a bit of a wild streak. While at a conference, she meets the popular rock band, Sinners, who are just the ones to bring out her wild side. More specifically, Brian "Master" Sinclair, the legendary guitarist for Sinners.

Right from the beginning of this book, Myrna and Brian were hot and heavy. It was sex, sex, and more sex, which is to be expected from a rock band. Brian is getting over heart break when he meets her and believes that she, like all the other females he encounters, wants their lead singer Sed. But Myrna has her sights set on Brian, because it's just something about a man and his guitar.

Brian's feelings for Myrna progressed rather quickly, whereas she was just wanted to live out the fantasy of being with a rock star. I did like Myrna, especially when she stood up for Brian to his father. That won major points with me.

This is the first book in a series by newcomer Olivia Cunning, and looks to be promising.



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