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Sizzling Sex, drugs, and Rock-n-Roll... Absolutely Perfect!

About the Author

Olivia Cunning combines her love for romantic fiction and rock 'n' roll, writing erotic romance centered around rock musicians. She is the author of the Sinners on Tour series and the Lovers' Leap series. Olivia currently lives in Galveston, Texas.

Justine O. Keef's sultry voice, keen characterizations, and spirit of discovery make her a top pick for narrating erotic prose. With an extensive background in live storytelling and as an author of short erotic fiction, Justine's natural transition to narration is sure to please.

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  • File Size: 954 KB
  • Print Length: 436 pages
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (April 1, 2011)
  • Publication Date: April 5, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004MMEG5C
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,248 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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78 of 83 people found the following review helpful By LeaF on March 16, 2011
Format: Paperback
After reading and enjoying Brian Sinclair and Myrna Evans' story, Backstage Pass, the first book in Olivia Cunning's Sinners On Tour series last year, I have to admit I wasn't sure how she would further develop Sedric "Sed" Lionheart's character in Rock Hard. The lead singer and heart of the Sinners came across as an egocentric narcissist, who utilized his charismatic stage presence to his own advantage, the innumerable nubile females falling at his feet were used for sex, nothing more. Moreover, he hurt people, and could be downright cruel and controlling. Not to lessen Sed's musical abilities, he is a talented performer and lyricist. However, through skillful characterization, Ms. Cunning redeems Sed who proves to be a man who has loved one woman and only one since falling for Jessica Chase 2 years earlier. In addition, he is a strong, thoughtful man, who while doesn't always communicate his thoughts and feelings effectively will do whatever it takes to take care of those he loves.

Sed and Jessica fell in love quickly, were engaged for a short period and because he didn't show support of her dream to attend law school she left, taking his heart with her. At the time of their short relationship the band was still struggling for success, money was tight and Sed was stressed, trying keep the Sinners afloat. There were therefore a number of pressures at play that caused their break-up. But, in Jessica's eyes her fiancé wanted to control her life, and Sed gave her good reason for this belief.

Jessica is an extremely independent, intelligent, attractive and driven woman. She has a magnetic sensual aura, (that she is unaware of) and a wicked temper to boot.
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Kelly H on March 21, 2011
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You know it's a good book when you can't put it down. When you keep thinking about it after you've finished it then you know it was fantastic!

After reading Backstage Pass, I eagerly anticipated the continuation of these super smokin' hot rockers. I was a little worried when I found out the second book was about Sed and all I could think was, "He's such a jerk and a player. I'm not sure I am going to like a story about him." I was soooooo wrong! Rock Hard was so good I couldn't put the book down! Sed is definitely an alpha male with some trouble with the filter between his brain and his mouth. I won't divulge any spoilers, but I really ended up liking his character and found myself rooting for his HEA. I also liked the character development. It happens far too often in erotic romances that while the sex is hot, the character development either lacks or is non-existent. That is not the case for this series! As far as the sex...HOT, HOT, HOT! Did I mention HOT??? The next time I take my kids to a waterpark I am sure I won't be looking at it quite the same way ;)

Can't wait for book #3! I am already going through withdrawal!
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37 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Alpha Reader on April 3, 2011
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Sedric Lionheart is lead singer of the fabulous rock band, `The Sinners'. He is the growling heart and soul of the band, but he has also been the thorn in the side of his band mates for the past two years . . . because two years ago Sed got his heart eviscerated by the only woman he has ever loved.

Jessica Chase had dreams before she met Sed, and shortly after they became engaged it looked as though one of those dreams was going to come true. Jessica was accepted into law school - and well on the path to becoming a renowned lawyer. But `The Sinners' didn't have the same success two years ago as they do now, and Sed forbade Jessica from taking the scholarship. Money was tight and Sed couldn't stomach the thought of his fiancée leaving him for dusty school books and stuffy lecturers. So Jessica called off the engagement. She did the unthinkable and walked out on Sedric Lionheart . . .

Two years later and Sed is an infamous rocker with the reputation to match. `The Sinners' have become his sole focus in life, and the band's groupies have helped him to forget Jessica. But along the way he has also stolen women from his band-mates, Brian Sinclair in particular has had to bear the brunt of Sed's insatiable sexual appetite. But on the eve of Brian's wedding to the one woman Sed didn't manage to snatch, the Sinners go on the bachelor party from hell. Because in a sad little Las Vegas strip club Sed comes face-to-face with the woman who crushed his soul, as she swings around a stripper pole. It only takes one scantily-clad twirl to ignite Sed's territorial instincts, followed by a bouncer-brawl as he drags his woman from the stage.

Sedric Lionheart has stormed back into Jessica's life, and he's just as addictive as she remembered.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Fiction Vixen on March 29, 2011
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In Backstage Pass, the first book in the Sinners On Tour series, Sed was notorious for behaving badly. He openly seduced the girlfriends of his band members without regard for his friend's feelings and was generally quite promiscuous. It turns out he was suffering from a shattered heart. Jessica left Sed after a brief but very intense relationship two years prior. Now she is back, and through a series of events she is now on tour with the band earning money for law school. The spark that was between them once upon a time is still there and the chemistry is undeniable so they act on it agreeing it will only be for the time that Jessica is on the tour, then they will go their separate ways.

Sed and Jessica are two very headstrong protagonists that clash frequently. Instead of communicating verbally, they work out their frustrations with each other in the bedroom--or out of it as the case may be. There was a lot of really hot sex going on, but when there were words between Sed and Jessica they were occasionally very hurtful. They are both very passionate people but beyond the really hot sex scenes, I had a difficult time with both of these characters.

Sed really rode line when it came to being an ass and a couple of times he blatantly crossed the line. Now I know he's a natural leader, feels deeply responsible for those he considers in his care and has a heart of gold. That was made very clear and those are certainly qualities I can admire. But he was just so controlling and abrasive at times it really put me off. For all his favorable qualities I still had a hard time forgiving his behavior.
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