Rock, Rattle and Roll (Lost in Oblivion 1.5) by Cari Quinn and Taryn Elliott-a review
ABOUT THE BOOK: Release Date July 1 , 2014
Loving in fast forward…
Love on the fast track has been the definition of Harper and Deacon McCoy’s relationship. In between studio sessions with Deacon’s band, Oblivion, and building a new clientele for Harper’s catering business, the newlyweds haven’t had time to sleep let alone have a honeymoon.
Deacon convinces Harper that they need a week alone together before her business as well as a new album and tour swallows them whole. Since Texas has always held special meaning for them, they head to Galveston to recharge and remember what it’s like to just be a couple.
A beachfront cottage, hours of alone time, and plenty of skin on skin action is just what the rock star ordered. Until the future once again comes much quicker than they expected, threatening to crumble not only their perfect honeymoon but also their brand new marriage.
REVIEW: ROCK, RATTLE AND ROLL is the latest novella in Cari Quinn and Taryn Elliott’s contemporary, adult, Lost in Oblivion erotic romance series focusing on the band members of the rock band Oblivion. This is the continuing story of Harper Pruitt and bass guitarist Deacon McCoy.
The premise follows Harper and Deacon as they set out on their delayed honeymoon. Harper’s catering business leaves little time for her new husband and Deacon is a man who knows life on the road is about to get much busier.
The continuing relationship between Harper and Deacon is one of sensuality, steamy sex and arousal. There is no stopping Harper while on her honeymoon-her libido is in overdrive and there can only be one explanation-one that she isn’t too happy to find out.
ROCK, RATTLE AND ROLL is a realistic look at two people unprepared for everything life has to offer. Quinn and Elliott pull the reader into a seductive, provocative and emotional storyline. There are moments of intense pleasure and intense anxiety, but through it all Deacon McCoy is a man who loves Harper Pruitt above everything else.
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Reviewed by Sandy