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Rocked (Rockstar Romance) (Lost in Oblivion Book 1) by [Elliott, Taryn, Quinn, Cari]
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"Rocked was a great rock-star romance--one of the best that I have read. Complete with great characters, an engaging plot, and a simmering romance, it is definitely one to pick up if you're looking for a good read." ~ Rampant Readers, 5 STARS

"Cari Quinn and Taryn Elliott are so good together it's scary. I cannot wait for the other books in this series. I HIGHLY recommended if you like your stories hot, and your men strong but peacemaker-y. If you dig sassy & strong ladies, that's a plus." ~ Harlequin Junkie, 5 STARS

From the Author

LOST IN OBLIVION rockstar series order
# 0.5 -- SEDUCED
# 1 -- ROCKED
# 1.5 -- ROCK, RATTLE & ROLL
# 2 -- TWISTED 
# 2.5 -- UNTWISTED 
# 3.5 -- CONSUMED 
# 3.7 -- COMMITTED
# 4.2 -- GIFTED
# 4.5 -- FUSED
# 5 -- OWNED

Product Details

  • File Size: 2083 KB
  • Print Length: 513 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Rainbow Rage Publishing (April 8, 2014)
  • Publication Date: April 8, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #81,392 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I had some difficulty with this book. I realized later that I'd started the prequel to this Seduced only to put it aside. Now I remember why. Rocked is a classic NA rock star book. It has some great characters - the band - Deacon, Nick, Simon, Jazz and Gray. Rocked focused on Deacon and his relationship with the chef who traveled with the bands, Harper. Unfortunately, I never really consistently connected with Harper. Sometimes I really liked her and at others, she was annoying. Her sayings "big guy" or "Sweet Pete" or "pal" - ugh! annoying. I liked Deacon more but I grew tired of the constant references to his body - how great it was, how sculpted, how tall, etc. I also, and I am almost embarrassed to admit this, grew tired of the sex. I am a smut queen, but I like a little story with my sex. At times, Harper and Deacon were going at it like bunnies. But it felt gratuitous - not at all part of the plot. I even skipped a few pages. The scenes with the band and the issues with the record company were actually better than the scenes between Deacon and Harper. I really, really wanted to like the book but just couldn't connect well with the two MCs.
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I wanted to like this book. The idea could have been interesting but it just wasn't. There was no plot, no character development, nothing. It was if the authors read a bunch of books, took the ideas they liked from each and tossed them into a big book salad. (She's a chef. Hence the food reference.) Anyway, the whole first quarter of the book was about how hot Dereck is. Could have told me that in a chapter and then moved on to tell me something else. The nonexistent plot was so uninteresting and nonsensical that I eventually started skimming just to finish. On the plus side, the writing style wasn't horrible. If the authors can figure out the plot/character thing, there could be some potential.
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Rocked by Taryn Elliott & Cari Quinn: After all the s*** they’d been through, Deacon almost couldn’t believe Oblivion was on tour – and opening for Rebel Rage. Things weren’t perfect though, they were still worried about whether they’d get a record deal at the end of the tour, and if they’d live up to the fans’ expectations. Turns out when they started to rival Rebel Rage in popularity, their once-idols didn’t appreciate it. Yup – not perfect at all, and that made Deacon, the peacemaker in Oblivion – mighty nervous.

RocHarper Lee was hoping to impress the people at Food Riot enough so they’d keep her on for another tour. Feeding Rebel Rage and Oblivion was her first, and she was literally trying out for a full-time gig with the company. Her parents – and now her brother – had been roadies, so she knew touring like the back of her hand. And she was an amazing Chef, so she had nothing to worry about. Except for Deacon McCoy. He could definitely get in the way, and she might just let him.

Deacon and Harper settle into a relationship, mostly because they just can’t deny themselves the amazing chemistry while they’re together. But while they get closer, Oblivion seems to be deteriorating bit by bit. It’s like Deacon watches it like sand through his fingers until one day it just implodes. He needs to keep both his band and his relationship with Harper together, he’s just not sure he can do both.

Ever since I read “Seduced”, the prequel to the Lost in Oblivion series, I’ve been *dying* to read “Rocked”. I wasn’t disappointed in the least. Even though I was anxious to hear Gray’s story, Deacon was just as tantalizing, and DUDE – he was Hot with a capital H. He just about sizzled off the page, and the sex scenes in the book were amazing.
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I'm not usually a fan of rock star type romances. I dipped my toe in with Olivia Cunning and enjoyed them, but then I read a run of really bad ones. Then I tried Seduced, the prequel of sorts for the Lost in Oblivion series, and enjoyed it. It made me want to know more about these characters and see what happened in their own individual stories. I feel like I've been waiting for Rocked for what seems like forever. (Yes, I am a tad impatient, LOL.)

It was totally worth the wait. I liked Seduced...but I LOVED Rocked.

I adored Harper and Deacon. Sweet, sexy, and fun. I also loved the dynamics of the band as a whole, getting to know each of them as they try to learn how to fit together as a group. While the series is about the band, and you do read about what that life entails for them, it doesn't overpower or short change the romance. I worried about that (I am a romance kind of girl, LOL, after all) but there wasn't any need. The balance was perfection, the details woven in seamlessly and you were still focused on Harper and Deacon. Oh, did I mention the hotness factor of this book? Dear. God. *fans self* Every girl deserves a Deacon, IJS. I'm already chomping at the bit for Jazz/Gray. (The tease at the end killed me. Gah.)

Rocked is definitely a must read. I started it at 5:05pm, literally reaching for my Kindle once I turned the work laptop off after the day job and never stopped. It's now 10:30pm and I just realized I missed dinner. LOL. Fabulous story.
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