Series: Forever #6
Publisher: Self-Published on August 4, 2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Adult
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Everything about him warned me to stay away.
I’d seen bad boys before, but he had it all and more. The rippling muscles covered in tatts, the piercing eyes hiding dark secrets, the silky voice that could make a girl come with just a whisper . . .
He was exactly the type of guy that would get me in trouble, but when he jumped off the stage, inked skin glistening with sweat and breathed his seductive words into my ear, I couldn’t resist the temptation.
It was supposed to be the best one-night stand of my life, but fate didn’t let it play out that way. Things happened. I got upset. I got hasty. And worst of all, I got reckless.
After that disaster, I thought it was the last I’d see of him. But what I didn’t know was that I’d started something.
Something that could shatter the very thing I had worked so hard to protect.
I should have known back then that the most seductive things in life are also the most dangerous.
At A Glance
Started out good then went downhill from there.
The beginning was melodramatic but I thought it was fun and sexy. Not something that would happen in real life, but I am okay with fiction exaggerating things from time to time.
Riley seemed boring at first but was really spunky and determined. Jax was moody but he had his moments. The sex was pretty hot. I loved the hot-tub scene. Yowza! I also loved the music/band aspect. I usually do with rock star romances.
First, the plot sucked. There wasn’t much of one and then the ending takes a 180 and it left me feeling weird.
The characters were not that likable and very one-dimensional. Riley was okay but she could be an airhead. Jax was often unbearable. I would never put up with his shit. I like me a sexy, brooding alpha, but Jax was too much. You can only do emotionally closed off for so long. The biggest thing though is that they had very little chemistry. They had good sex, but I never felt like they should be together. Nothing about them made my heart pitter-patter.
The writing was very cliché. I often rolled my eyes. I never got lost in the story because of it.
The sex was the best part. Very hot and detailed.
A lot of people love this one, which is great, but I need something more out of my rock star romances. I need character connection and an interesting plot. We don’t get that here. Not recommended.
“A shiver moved through me. My last boyfriend couldn’t make a woman come if he had half a sex toy store and a map at his disposal.”
“Whether you say yes or no tonight, there won’t be any groupies-not as long as you’re around. Since the moment I saw you, I’ve wanted you. No one else.”