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Hot Ticket (Sinners on Tour Book 3) by [Cunning, Olivia]
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Hot Ticket (Sinners on Tour Book 3) Kindle Edition

4.8 out of 5 stars 44 customer reviews
Book 3 of 7 in Sinners on Tour (7 Book Series)
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In the red-hot fourth Sinners on Tour installment (after Double Time), Cunning takes on the tale of two damaged souls who just might be able to save each other. The Sinners are quickly rising in the rock n roll business, and their members both work hard and play hard. In Las Vegas for lead singer Brian s blowout bachelor party, bass guitarist Jace is lusting after stripper Aggie when a fight breaks out. After defending his bandmates, he begs Aggie to beat him as Mistress V, her domme alter ego. The two quickly become involved. Aggie knows Jace is deeply emotionally wounded his parents abused him, and he blames himself for the death of his father and her life hasn t been without its own heartbreak, with a screwed-up mom and deadbeat dad. Their relationship builds amid a dramatic series of unexpected events. Cunning develops her characters into real people who engage in a compelling and satisfying erotic romance. --Publisher Weekly December 26th 2012

About the Author

Science professor by day, writer by night, OLIVIA CUNNING combines her passion for naughty rock stars and erotic romance in a sweltering mix of sex, love, and rock 'n' roll. Her debut novel, Backstage Pass, has won numerous awards, including the Readers' Crown for Best First Book and Best Long Erotic Romance. She lives in Nebraska.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1121 KB
  • Print Length: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (5 Feb. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009RXJ04S
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 44 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #50,490 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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BOOK REVIEW - Hot Ticket (Sinner on Tour #3) - Olivia Cunning

Olivia Cunning takes the Sinners to an all-new level in this deeply compelling and heart-wrenching tale of one man's struggle to find closure and personal acceptance.

This isn't just another Sinner's Book, Olivia really took the literally bull by the horns in this third instalment and touched on deeper and more disturbing of subject matters.

I have been eagerly awaiting Jace's story, as, up until this point, we had only caught glimpses of his characterisation. He was the quiet one, the newer band member who hid and watched quietly within the shadows. From what we understand, he likes the darker side of sexual gratification, participating in strong elements of BDSM, with a desire for pain infliction; however, I didn't expect the direction that Hot Ticket would steer me in.

This third book is the glue that melds this series together, enveloping the strong connection that bonds these hair-raising yet loveable rock stars to a whole new level, as four finally become five.

Jace has a dark and disturbing past. Having been subjected to mental and physical abuse by his own parents' hands, his only salvation was music. Attending a rock concert at 15 changed Jace's life forever. Inspired by his favourite band, he finally knew the direction he wanted his future to take as he dedicated all his time and effort in learning the bass guitar, aiding to make his dream become a reality.

Years later, he finds himself touring with one of the most successful rock bands in the States. Pinching himself regularly at his good-fortune, he knows these bunch of misfits had saved him, literally - steered him away from taking the lonely road of self-destruction.
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OKAY OKAY.. Soo I thought that Master Sinclair and Backstage Pass would not be beaten on being my favourite book in this series... WRONG!!! I loved this book and the fact I was finishing it at 4am this morning would just reiterate how much I loved it!!
I just could not put it down I just didn't want to stop reading about Jace. I knew from reading the other books that he was going to be something special and that there were going to be some up's and downs on the emotional roller coaster. I was right and Olivia Cunning did not disappoint. My heart broke more than once for Jace but at times it also soared for him.
I love books that write about the importance of music when we are in an emotional state or need to escape. Whether it be playing or listening music is a saviour for so many of us and its is great when a book can translate that to us.
This book is a fantastic story of self discovery and even more so self belief and thank goodness for Aggie is all I can say because that women risks it all sometimes out of sheer determination and love, but she is also a bad ass when required. What more could any man ask for.
I thought that there wouldn't be to many places to go as we have had some much from Sed and Brian already but this book kept me just as riveted as the first two (if not more so) and I just didn't want to to end. But now I get to start Double Time and get me some Trey but I have to say after reading Hot Ticket I truly cannot wait for Eric 'Sticks' book because the way you go into this book feeling about him sure as hell is not how you come out!!

Another 5/5 for me!!
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When Jace (never, ever call him Jason) first meets Mistress V all he wants is someone to hurt him so hard that it pushes the pain he always feels inside into the background, just for a little while.
Mistress V is good at what she does. Men may pay for twenty minutes on the other side of her floggers, she usually has them begging for mercy within a few minutes. Jace is something different though; it doesn't matter what implement she uses or how hard she strikes him, Jace doesn't beg for mercy, he begs for more instead. And Jace is special in a different way too. For the first time ever Mistress V wants to disappear into the background and allow Aggie, her day to day persona, to interact with what should be nothing more than a paying client.

Jace has a past filled with pain and despair. A past he refuses to talk about. A past that leaves him unable to believe that anybody could see him as good, never mind loveable. As the bassist in the Original Sinners hard-rock band he should be on top of the world. Instead he is insecure of his position in the band he joined late when their first bassist was kicked out, and always afraid that the other band members will get rid of him too. Aggie has had a turbulent past as well, and her mother still causes upheaval in her life on a regular basis. But while Aggie's attitude is to let the past be the past and live in the present, Jace can't distance himself from his hurtful memories and doesn't trust the present, especially not when the here and now is actually good.

When Jace finds himself injured and unable to perform with the band he is temporarily replaced by the original Sinners' bassist and all his insecurities come crashing down on him with a vengeance.
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