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I only wish I would have started with book one in the series. I also wish the last two were available for n the romance subscription. How do you get to be a reviewer who rates the hotness of titles cuz sometimes they really miss the mark and sometimes they are spot on.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Rock Your Heart Out?
The book opens up with Willow walking into her brother Drew's hotel room, only it's not Drew that she finds... It's his band member Tom, and he's completely naked. Not only that he thinks that she is someone else, so he sexually propositions her. He has just gotten his penis pierced and can't do anything for himself, but he will gladly help her. It's hilarious. Then he finds out that she is really his band mates little sister, so she is strictly off-limits, and he promptly covers up.
Which scene was your favorite?
My favorite scene comes the night that Tom is finally able to have sex after a 3 week ban because of his new piercing and everyone takes bets on how long he will last.
Any additional comments?
This was an entertaining listen. It's the third book in the Sinful Serenade series, but it can be listened to on its own. It follows Willow and Tom, and is told from Willow's POV. Willow ends up joining the Sinful Serenade tour as their photographer's assistant, a job that Tom helps her get, and Tom takes her under his wing.
I loved the banter between the two leads. Tom is very open and Willow is more than willing to offer her opinion on his manwhore ways. Willow is very attracted to Tom, but Tom has put her in the off-limits zone, which frustrates her in more ways than one. It doesn't help that her that he's all over the place with mixed signals, one minute he seems to want more then he's right back to no-go. I did enjoy the sexual tension though, and this book has it in spades.
The sex scenes (when we get there) are hot. I like the sneaking around element, it always adds to the tension. And the ending is very sweet. I would recommend this book.