Another installment in my COYER series of titles – you can get this title for just $2.99. And – this is the first of two decidedly adults ONLY titles on offer today!
The long-awaited installment with Rax’s story has arrived. You should know that the Hard Rock Harlots series is dirty: utterly and completely dirty with plenty of unique combinations of words, sexual positions and partners, with a solid overtone of tongue in cheek.
Kendall Grey has brought us the saga (and it is better and hotter than any telenovela) of two rock bands on the road: one all girls, one all boys and the competition, consummation and continual personality clashes that happen in their lives.
I’ve read all 3 in this series, and was waiting to see just how Grey would manage to add a touch of human to Rax: she accomplished it with flair for Letty and Toombs, but of all of the issues that Rax has that are as yet unresolved, I wondered if it was possible.
Much to my relief, while this book has several moments that will have you scratching your head and squirming, not always in delight, the blunt and detailed descriptions and conversations with, about and around him do serve to provide some understanding, even if you have to reach deep to find the empathy or compassion.
Grey has a unique prose style that manages to combine words, profane and not, in ways that present the reader with the sense that this is pure fiction: enjoyable and utterly over-exaggerated for your enjoyment. Fast paced yet presenting a complete feel for the scene, characters and events, readers will be best served by reading this series in order. But, be warned, the language and activities are not candy-coated or sweet: profanities, positions to rival the Karma Sutra and a series of blunt-speaking characters who know each other intimately all combine to make this a non-stop fun read, not a serious one.
Author: Kendall Grey
Genre: BDSM, Menage
Published by: Self-Published
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NOCTURNES contains 511 F-bombs, 81 well-endowed male chickens, 65 girl kitties, 58 Richard the Lessers, 10 C-U-Next-Tuesdays, and a plethora of other colorful words and phrases that would deafen your virginal mother’s ears and make her bust out her “Shame on you!” finger. If you’ve been tuned in since the beginning of the Hard Rock Harlots series, you know the drill. The sex is extreme, the language is graphic, and the story is over the top. Prudes and under 18s need not apply.
WARNING: NOCTURNES addresses serious topics such as alcoholism, prostitution, and cheating. If you’re looking for a barrel of laughs or sunshine and rainbows, this is NOT the book for you.
Rax Wrathbone is the dirty rock star you love to hate. The filthy fantasy slithering through your bed sheets. The serpent in your lady garden. The snake bite in your panties that keeps you sweating all night. He. Is. Sex.
And he’s no good. For anyone.
After a nasty breakup with his best friend and their band’s drummer, Rax is flying solo for the first time in years. Who needs the drama of commitment when the line for your humping booth spans three city blocks? No, groupies and liquor are far finer company than relationships, and they don’t leave bruises after they’ve had their way with you. At least not lasting ones.
Rax’s new adventures as an alcoholic, guitar-slashing one-man show are going along swimmingly until the only woman who’s ever brought him to his knees shimmies down a pole back into his life. Eve doesn’t abide excessive drinking, she has sex with strangers for a living, and she can’t remember Rax’s name to save her life.
She’s perfect in every way.
Now, if he could just get sober long enough to forget his past and convince Eve he’s worthy of her future…
A copy of this title was provided via Author for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.