Review: Hot Ticket by Olivia Cunning

Hot Ticket by Olivia Cunning

Wowzers! Hot Ticket by Olivia Cunning is not only a super hot read but also a deeply emotional read! Jace and Aggie’s chemistry practically burns right off the pages (or screen). If you start this book, you may want to clear your schedule in order to finish this book as soon as possible.

Jace Seymour has been a bit of a mystery since the first book in the Sinners On Tour series. He’s quiet and shy but also incredibly considerate and conscious of others. He rarely takes pleasure in the copious amounts of groupies when the band is on tour. Jace doesn’t just like rough sex. He needs to feel pain in order to enjoy his sexual encounters. It doesn’t only bring him pleasure but Jace feels like he deserves the pain in order to avenge his past misdeeds. Then one night he finds the perfect dominatrix at a strip club the night of Brian Sinclair’s bachelor party. Jace is in luck because not only does this domme put on a great strip number but she has a little side business for customers who need something a little more.

Aggie has been making men cry for a quite a few years. It gives her a great sense of satisfaction to bring a man to his limits and then break him. The downside of this is that most of the men Aggie takes on as clients break within minutes of being tested. She hasn’t had a good challenge in a long time. During her act one night she meets a man who looks like an angel but oozes a darker more primitive side. Aggie can’t help but get him signed on as a client and quickly. This is how Jace and Aggie’s relationship begins.

Jace has a lot in his past that he has never dealt with. Aggie didn’t escape the tough stuff in her life either. The difference is that Aggie has faced and dealt with her past while Jace has internalized his and blamed himself for things beyond his control. Their relationship begins on a client basis with Aggie helping to exercise Jace’s demons through pain and dominance. It doesn’t take long for things to move into a more personal level because they both feel a connection far too strong to ignore. They end up going from professional to personal to a steady commitment pretty quickly and it was heartwarming to watch Aggie dig into Jace and not let go of him even when it would have been easier on everyone. Aggie fights for him and helps him. That’s what a true relationship is. Being there through the tough and gritty and not just laying back and taking it easy the whole time. Love is work and that is what makes it all worth it.

If you’ve read the books in this series I can tell you that you won’t be disappointed. Olivia Cunning does a fantastic job developing Jace and Aggie and more time spent with some pretty awesome rockers can never be a bad thing. If you have an issue with pain (paddles, whips, restraints) with sex or multiple sex partners, you may want to pass on this book.

2 responses to “Review: Hot Ticket by Olivia Cunning”

  1. AWESOME! I am glad to hear the series holds up. I need to get my hands on this book 🙂


    1. It DOES hold up. I enjoyed it quite a bit. Sometimes there were too many deep feelings but I think that it did make the book better.


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