- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1220 KB
- Print Length: 212 pages
- Publisher: Devious Reads, LLC (8 Dec. 2015)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01848HO9Y
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 8 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #135,626 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Enter your mobile number below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
Getting the download link through email is temporarily not available. Please check back later.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
|Print List Price:||£8.42|
Save £6.34 (75%)
Sex in Numbers (S.I.N. Rock Star Trilogy) Kindle Edition
|New from||Used from|
Enjoy unlimited access to over 1 million titles and thousands of audiobooks on any device for £7.99 a month, including this one. Learn more
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
Top Customer Reviews
So, before reading I went through some of the reviews and I have to disagree that Diesel was a douche or anything else others have said.
He's young, hot and more importantly single, why wouldn't he take advantage of that?
He knows how to play and is pretty good at reading female reactions, lucky him for being so perceptive.
This could have been a 5 star book, it should have been but... there were so many errors. I hate pointing it out because I know no matter how many times you edit, mistakes will always go unnoticed. The difference with this book is there were soooo many mistakes, missing words and at times it spoilt the continuity for me.
If you can turn your error radar off and just read then this is worth it. The ending I didn't see coming at all and I will buy the next book because I simply need to know what's going to happen.
At first glance I thought here's a book by two authors I've never come across before, however I quickly realised who Shawn Dawson was and it is clear that he was the very image of Diesel, lead singer of the up and coming band, Sex In Numbers, just look at the cover and that's your man. Now believe me, while that definitely isn't a bad image to have in your head, I did wonder whether it would work. Was it going to be just a bit too egotistical for my taste? In actual fact it wasn't and in all fairness, I quickly switched off from the Shawn/Diesel comparisons and Diesel became his own character. Yes he was a complete jerk for much of the book, if I'm honest, but I am a sucker for a fictional guy I love to hate so that kind of worked for me.
The band is made up of four members, Diesel, Xander, Gable and Keyser. Lourdes, Xanders step sister, comes to stay with the band at their lake house and it's there she meets Diesel. Her first thought is that he is someone she should steer clear of, especially due to his promiscuity, but Lourdes doesn't think he will even notice her. But how wrong she is, because Xander does notice, but he sees her as nothing more than someone he wants to have sex with and that is something that definitely isn't on the cards for Lourdes.
We know that Diesel has serious issues when it comes to relationships, but I'm still not sure whether that reason, which we do eventually discover, is enough to warrant his manwhore ways. But I went with it and found myself quite drawn to him as a character. There's a little twist in the story, which I did guess earlier in the book, but I'm not really sure where the authors are going with that particular angle or how it came about, so we shall see what happens.
Lourdes was a little more complex.Read more ›
What a flaming ending!!! That was completely unexpected and I don’t understand AT ALL!!! What is the purpose? Why would no one know? And who was who and when???
The above might all seem like gibberish but read the book and it will all make sense.
Honestly the last page of this book has me more interested that the entire rest of the story. I spent a lot of time rolling my eyes at this book.
Diesel was a bit of a d!ck, he blew hot and cold to Lourdes and honestly I didn’t really like him!
Lourdes went from interesting and broken to annoying and cliché in about 10 pages and I was incredibly disappointed that the author needed to ‘fix’ her character before she could start anything with Diesel.
There a Dom/sub plot at play in this book but for me it didn’t really work. I’ve read a lot of D/S books and for them to work I need an undercurrent of passion and intensity and personally I didn’t feel it between these characters.
This whole book felt very formal and upstanding, the dialogue was stiff and the only time I felt any real conversation connection was between Lourdes and Brooke. It was like the author understood how the two friends could interact and as a reader I could tell that. Unfortunately when it got to Diesel and Lourdes it never felt ‘real’. I know that this is a fiction book and it’s not real, but for me the best books feel like they are!!
The Dom/Sub stuff was not good! The author was not comfortable at all with this stuff and the dialogue went from stiff to downright uncomfortable!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Amazing book and collaboration, can't wait to read more from them both.Published 6 months ago by Gnarly
I have to go into this review by saying how much of a complete and utter D!ck Diesel is!!! I don't even think that is a strong enough word to describe him. Read more
4.5 out of 5
This had something going for it that I just couldn’t put my finger on and to be honest I still can’t, so I am going to stop trying. Read more