The first in a new erotic romance series, Backstage Pass is a sizzling mix of sex, love, and rock n roll. Its been months since Brian Sinclair, lead guitarist for the famous rock band, Sinners, composed anything. Unable to write the music that once flowed so naturally, Brian is lost without his musical mojo. But when sexy psychology professor Myrna Evans comes on tour to study groupie mentality, Brian may have found the spark he needs to reignite his musical genius. When lust turns to love, will Brian be able to convince Myrna that what they have is more than just a fling, and that now that hes found his hearts muse, he doesnt want to live without her?
Honey, I'm STILL Fanning Myself, WOW!
By Sia McKye Over Coffee "~Sia McKye~" - September 29, 2010
Dr. Myrna Evans, a Human Sexuality professor, had been talked into presenting her work by her boss to a "group of professors in her field [who] wouldn't know an innovative idea if it stood on its head and sang The Star Spangled Banner."
As one of her colleagues told her, "Who would ever think to use guitar riffs in discussions of human psychology?" Pompous Ass.
Myrna decides rather than hide out in her hotel room she'd seek a diversion, which happens to literally fall at her feet in the guise of Brian Sinclair, Sinners' sensual lead guitarist.
"Hello, Mr. Welcome Diversion."
I loved this story for several reasons.
One: Olivia Cunning is superb at creating sexual chemistry between Brian and Myrna. The sex is hot, creative, and frequent. It's also well written but doesn't have the feel of gratuitous filler.
Two: Backstage Pass has a very strong, well-put together story of the romance between the two main characters... read more
Lovin' Me Some Hot Rockers!
By VampFanGirl - November 3, 2010
Myrna Evans has spent the last couple years rebuilding her life, changing her name and relocating all with the hopes of disappearing from her abusive ex-husband. Sexually repressed and facing the very real possibility that she'll not receive the necessary funding to continue her research and teaching position at a Kansas City University, Myrna seizes the opportunity to have a quick fling with Sinners lead guitarist, Brian Sinclair. But when the hours they spend enfolded in each other's arms yields an indescribable passion that threatens to consume every faucet of her being, Myrna's distrust in men and herself has her denying that these feelings have anything to do with love but everything to do with disaster.
Famous for his genius guitar riffs, Brian "Master" Sinclair is a man who finds love easily enough but infidelity always manages to get in the way of his Happily Ever After. Miraculously enough this doesn't dissuade Brian from his belief in love... read more
Sexy and fun all in one book!
By A. Jacobs - September 29, 2010
What I want to say about this book can't be summed up that easily. The words I want to use, I will refrain from using so you will get this--SMOKING HOT JALAPENOS!
I was wary of reading a book focused on a band. Every book I have read about rock and roll stars have been a little corny. I thought that this was going to be another one of those with just a little hubba-hubba mixed in. Boy was I wrong!
The Sinners rock guitarist, Brian Sinclair, meets psychologist Myrna Evans in a hotel bar. After a weekend fling together, Myrna decides to join the band on tour to find out more about the behavior of groupies. They both have many obstacles to overcome if they want a relationship to work. Now that we have the main part of the plot mapped out, lets get to the main attraction of the book!
Can I just say that the images of the hot foreplay and sex are permanently seared into my brain. It was so hot and sensual that my brain nearly fried with each sexy... read more
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