- File Size: 417 KB
- Print Length: 84 pages
- Publisher: Vulpine Press (March 27, 2013)
- Publication Date: March 27, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00C30H7OM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #136,062 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Share Me (One Night with Sole Regret series Book 0) Kindle Edition
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We don't get to see the details of all the girls hook ups that night, but we do get to see enough to make us want more. As usual.
We get to go back and see more of Owen and Kellen's friendship. Some shocking moments had me going "WTF did they just do? For real?" **SPOILER** I will admit, when they started jerking each other off and finished with that sweet kiss on the side of the mouth, I really wanted to see these two get it on together. Call it a Black Dagger Blay & Qhuinn moment but I was like, "hell yeah boys!" Alas, no such luck. I was a bit disappointed that we didn't see some gay lovin in the next book. I still do think there are some feelings there based on what happens with Owen, but not sure if that will ever be explored.
This book didn't have the greatest of story line, but it does give some good background for the next book. You wouldn't NEED to read it, but it's helpful. Truly, you could read this novella FIRST before all books since this does take place 6 months prior to the series. Happy reading!
Liked the interaction between Owen and Kellen and the lead up to Owen's story Touch Me, and I can't wait to read that, but the rest of the story I just didn't really get into.
So what I really didn't like about the book, and this contains spoilers so stop reading if you don't want to know, was that the girl was supposed to be innocent and kind of naive, but she is trying to do something daring and bold. Now I can understand her having a threesome with two of the band members as being kind of daring, but then she proceeds to have sex with the rest of the band the bus driver and her best friend as well. This goes beyond trying something new and just into skank territory. And the best friend was just annoying the whole time. And then in the morning she acts all innocent again like "did I just do that?" type of innocent. I did like the part where Owen thought "she is kind of nice and I would call her again, but then she did just sleep with all of his band and the bus driver".
To get a little insight into Owen and Kellen before reading Touch Me you definitely need to read this story, but if your looking for the chemistry that usually occurs between the male and female characters this story does not have that. I think the story here was more to set up the connection between Owen and Kellen and the female characters were just thrown in to add the sex factor.
Olivia Cunning has a way of writing bad boy rock stars that have a hidden heart of gold underneath their carefully crafted personas. I love it when the walls come down and they show who they really are. I don't dislike any of them (Sed from the Sinners isn't my favorite, though). But, her female characters leave a lot to be desired. Lindsey is one of the worst (with Jessica as a close second) and I only hope that she doesn't become a main character in the rest of the books. If she does, I hope she gets some serious character development.