Title: Sinners On Tour Series
Authors: Olivia Cunning
Publication Date: 2000-2013
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Goodreads Summary: Sex, Love and Rock ‘n’ Roll
Follow the sexual and romantic exploits of the rock band Sinners as they find love on the road.
Series in Release Order:
Book 1: Backstage Pass
Book 2: Rock Hard
Book 3: Double Time
Book 4: Hot Ticket
Book 5: Wicked BeatNOTE: Above is the Release Order. Order of Events are : Backstage Pass, Rock Hard, Hot Ticket, Wicked Beat, Double Time
You haven’t read this series yet?! What are you waiting for? Okay maybe you don’t like sexy Rock Stars or naughty books that contain an actual story without losing all the steam (and I mean lots of steam) you are hoping for. Wait you do like these things? Well then go get your hands on the first one. Just a little warning though, once you start the series you might not be able to stop until you’ve read them all. At least that was the case with me.
Sinners On Tour is just such an addicting series filled with awesome characters, gripping stories, and naughty scenes galore. Each book is centered on a different band member but you still get to experience the lives of the whole band with every book. The Sinners are some sexy freaking men but they are also have such different personalities and backgrounds that you are never sure what you are going to get from them in each book. They are sweet, shy, tortured, funny, sarcastic, dominating…my list could go on. They all love their women something fierce though. Their women are just as awesome as they are and hold a mixture of the same characteristic just mentioned. Throw them together and you get some pretty passionate stories. They are almost impossible to put down.
I loved the whole series and was very sad to have finished them all. This is one series I could see myself rereading if only their weren’t so many books I want to read in my lifetime. Olivia Cunning is definitely a new favorite for me. I cannot see how anything could top this series but I can’t wait to check out her other books.
Deb’s review for Backstage Pass