Series: Found in Oblivion #3
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Rock Band Romance
Published by Rainbow Rage Publishing
Released on February 17, 2017
He’s the wildest guy in his band, but falling for a virgin groupie-in-disguise might be his craziest move yet.
Keyboardist West Reynolds’s idea of commitment? Going out for breakfast with a woman after a night of bed-breaking action. The only thing he gets serious about is Warning Sign, the band he formed with his two best friends. Then he meets a woman being hauled off by security, and she’s fascinated by him.
To her, he’s a subject to study. Like a bug under a microscope with a big…head.
Lauren Bryant is a student of psychology, and now she’s going in depth on rockstars. Specifically, fans. What makes a woman turn into a lust-driven groupie?
Is it the music?
She isn’t sure, but she never expected to get her own night with a rockstar. One where he’s on top, doing some studying of his own…
She isn’t sure, but she never expected to get her own night with a rockstar. And she just figured out the ultimate way to get inside a subject is to let the subject inside you…
Good time guy meets virginal researcher and fun time, not to mention funny times arise. A love triangle, some rock tunes and a little blunt talking make this a fantastic read.
What a cute and sexy story. How can it be cute and sex at the same time? Well, I don’t really know.
We have Lauren – virgin, never done drugs, never been drunk – and lacks the social norms on how to function without being blunt, over exuberant and quirky. Going to Warning Sign concert frees her from the constricts of society, where everyone can just be themselves. Deciding to research sexuality, she goes about innocently stalking Warning Sign where she hooks up with West Reynolds.
West Reynolds is an originally member of Warning Sign, a band he created with his best friends. There are lots of stories about his man-whore ways, but he is honest and up front…and don’t believe everything you read in tabloids.
West makes things easy without being such an asshole. He digs the often naive, but smart things Lauren spouts on her road to understanding groupies sexuality. She may be innocent, but she is also adventurous. Most men would take advantage, but West is such a good guy and helps lead her to her discoveries, losing a little of his heart each day to her.
Lauren’s often bluntness is refreshing and humorous, keeping this from being to bogged down with drama. Warning Sign is still an upcoming band with all the stress drive to make it big. Lauren adds a new layer to the group without actually being a part of the band. This is probably one of my favorite books in this series.
Throw in Lauren’s best friend, Ethan, who thinks he’s in love with Lauren, but also has his own man-whore ways. The love triangle doesn’t get too heated, but you feel for the man who doesn’t get the woman in the end. But don’t worry, he gets his chance in a later story.
This series moves on through the band members, with each giving a little more piece of the band to us. This was a slice of heaven in things to come.
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