Monday, October 15, 2012

Review ~ Double Time by Olivia Cunning

Double Time

(Sinners on Tour #3)

By Olivia Cunning

5 out of 5 STARS

Olivia Cunning delivers the perfect blend of steamy sex, heartwarming romance, and a wicked sense of humor in this menage story featuring the hottest guy in the Sinners band.

Trey Mills, the notoriously sexy Sinners rhythm guitarist, gives up his bisexual lifestyle and is swept into a hot, heady romance with Reagan Elliot, a female rock star sensation. But when Trey encounters Reagan's sexy bisexual roommate, Ethan Conner, he can no longer deny who he is or what he wants. Reagan heartily agrees to a solution that opens up a hot new world of sexual experience--and love--with the two men she wants the most.

ARC provided by Sourcebooks Casablanca
Expected publication: November 1st, 2012
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Holy hell hotness.  Yes, that is how I am starting my review.  I loved pretty much everything about this book and devoured it in no time.  Let me break it down for you...

Trey...  I was intrigued by Trey from the very first book in the series, Backstage Pass.  As the rhythm guitarist for the Sinners, he's had his fair share of one night stands with both men and women.  He's what I like to think of as an equal opportunity type of person for sex but his heart has truly only belonged to one person.  We have see his struggles with trying to get past his feelings for Brian, even more so now that Brian and Myrna have a baby.  But it is not easy...

Reagan had auditioned for the band Exodus End, who are searching for a new rhythm guitarist.  She ends up meeting the Mills brothers at Dares house and  sparks fly.  She ends up going on tour with the Sinners to get used to the tour life before her tour finally begins with Exodus End.  

Ethan is Reagan's roommate.  They once had a relationship that was ruined when she caught him cheating with a man.  Ethan never really came clean to Reagan about his bi tendencies so now she just thinks he's gay.   Still harboring deep feelings for her, he's very protective and soon joins the tour as her security detail.  There is a threat and he's there to deal with it. 

Things move fairly quickly with Trey and Reagan.  They have a definite connection but Trey is holding back a vital piece of information from her.  He has yet to tell her he swings both ways and it's made more difficult when Reagan's roommate Ethan starts giving him sexy eyes. 

Through all this, Dare is quite supportive of his little brother and wants the best for him.

"... Is she okay with your bisexual side?"
"She doesn't know.  And I'm not going to tell her.  I'm giving up me."
Dare shook his head at him.
"Right, Trey.  Good plan," he said sarcastically.
"Her ex is bisexual.  She caught him cheating on her with a man.  She's not very open to that kind of thing."
"Hmmm," Dare said, munching on a slice of apple, his green eyes reflective.  "You should dump her now then.  She'll just wind up hurt when you put your snake in a dark tunnel."

Trey can't keep his true feelings hidden any longer and let's Reagan know.  But Reagan and Ethan come up with a plan.  A very sexy plan.

This was a fantastic installment in the Sinners on Tour series!  I loved it all.  Trey is one of my favorite characters.  We've seen him go through so much in just the first 2 books with Brian and the surgery.  I'm so happy he got such a fabulous book!  It's not without some heartache but he finally has happiness with Reagan and Ethan.  And it is so flipping hot!  Reagan is an extremely likable partner and I'm so happy that she's so understanding with Trey and his needs.  Which brings us to Ethan.  He messed up with Reagan before not telling her the truth but that's all resolved now to make this one hell of an exciting and steamy book!


  1. Menage ia my hint in erotica now, I want to read this even if I haven't read the first two books. - Braine

    1. Oh, it's good and sexy as hell. It could work as a stand alone!


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