I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Rock Hard by Olivia Cunning
Series: Sinners on Tour #2
Published by Sourcebooks Casablanca on October 4th 2016
Genres: Contemporary, Erotica, Romance
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Content Warning: This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age.
Two years ago, Sed gave Jessica an ultimatum and she broke his heart by leaving without a backwards glance. Since then, he's tried to forget her by screwing any woman who will have him. It's no use. Sed still loves Jessica. Seeing her working in a strip club, with all those men gawking at her, sends Sed into a jealous rage. Jessica belongs to him. Always has, always will.
Heartbroken, Jessica made her choice and ended their engagement. Since then, she's tried to forget him by avoiding men entirely. It's no use. Jessica still hates Sed and knows one mere woman will never satisfy his over-inflated ego or insatiable sexual appetite. When she has no choice but to take a summer job that has her trapped on Sinners' tour bus with the impossibly sexy jerk for two entire months, she's furious- but the passion between them is hotter than ever.
Trapped together on the Sinners tour bus for the summer, Sed and Jessica will rediscover the millions of steamy reasons they never should have called it quits in the first place.
I was really excited to read Rock Hard because I really loved Backstage Pass. Unfortunately, Rock Hard felt very different from the first book. Every single chapter contained sex scene. It was just too much. Plus, almost every sex scene was in public.
I craved the actual story line. The plot points that were hidden among all the sex were good and I just wanted more. And also, really, how many times can one couple have sex in one day? Really? I found myself skimming the pages while rolling me eyes during these scenes.
I loved Backstage Pass so much that I really want to give book three, Hot Ticket a read, I just hope that it contains more story, as this book features Jace, and he is really a complete mystery.
The second half of the book the plot started to pick up. I liked the second half a lot more than the first. But I still found myself skimming the pages after pages of sex scenes.
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