Title: Try Me (One Night With Sole Regret, Book One)
Author: Olivia Cunning
By the time Melanie discovers that Gabe is the band’s drummer and not as normal as she assumed, she has already made a complete fool of herself. She can’t help but be interested in him, not as a rock star, but as the sexiest man she’s ever encountered. Strangely attracted to his hidden tattoos and body piercing, she wonders what it would be like to spend a night with a bad boy.
Gabe is more than willing to show sweet Melanie there’s more to him than meets the eye. All she has to do is try him. Will they only share a single night of passion? Or will their hearts entangle as quickly as their bodies?
Try Me is the first erotic novella in Olivia Cunning’s One Night with Sole Regret series.
Contains explicit sex, graphic language, and a hot rock star with a naughty and inventive mind.
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If you are regular follower of my blog, you are aware of my some what tee-tiny (hah!) obsession with The Sinners and Olivia Cunning's books. She writes books the way I wish I did--snarky, sexy, and with addictive characters you wish were real.
That being said, I sit impatiently at my laptop awaiting on her next installment of The Sinners On Tour--Double Time. What to do, what to do? ***taps fingers anxiously.
Oh! -- well lookie here! Olivia has a new novella about another rock band, Sole Regret, that will tide me over...for just a few minutes anyways, lol.
And now I am addicted to another sexy rock band that do funny things to my girly bits. Naughty things that can be more addictive to chocolate to a raging chocoholic.
Sole Regret is the focus of this new series. All tatted up and pierced like the Rock Gods they are. Gabe aka Force is the super hot drummer who easily knocks my panties, er...socks off and leaves me dying for more. Seriously. The story is a novella and is meant to be short--but come on, Livie...
Olivia manages to pack quite a punch in such a short amount of words--88 pages worth of sexual tension, snarky dialogue, and the sexiness that she writes with such vivid abandon. My only complaint is that I needed more---Oh, so much more--of these rockers.
She didn't know if his name was echoing in her mind or if she was still screaming it aloud. One thing was for sure, she was unequivocally lost in the man and never wanted to be found again. --Melanie, Try Me
Now, I am sitting at my laptop awaiting for the next installment of this series--
Olivia--you are killing me, woman. But I will die with a smile on my face.