Tuesday, March 19, 2013

ARC Review: Hot Ticket by Olivia Cunning

Hot Ticket (Sinners On Tour #3)
by Olivia Cunning
Publisher by Sourcebooks Casablanca
Purchase Links:Amazon  Barnes & Noble
Blurb by Goodreads
Third in Olivia Cunning's hard-rockin' erotic romance series, Hot Ticket delves into the oh-so-skilled sensuality of Sinners' enigmatic bass guitarist, Jace Seymour.

When Jace walked through the doors of Aggie's dungeon, the last thing he expected was to find self-forgiveness and the love of a remarkable woman. But when a terrible accident sidelines Jace during the band's tour, the burdensome chains of his past wrap ferociously around his heart. Determined to crack through Jace's armored shell, Aggie must go beyond her usual methods to mend his heart to love again.
I was looking forward to reading what made Jace the way he is in his story. Was a little bummed how Hot Ticket starts off with rehashing what happened in Rock Hard (Sinners On Tour #2). A good chunk of the first half of the novel is everything what Jace did from Seds novel. I already read Seds book and wanted something fresh for Jace’s story.
Jace has buried his tragic past. The more he spends time with Aggie the more his past is coming to the surface. Aggie and Jace are perfect for each other. They both accept and love each other for who they are. He feels the band just deals with him and does not realize that they consider him part of the family. He never lets them see the real Jace.
Hot Ticket was very easy for me to put down. There was really nothing new on the plot. Rock Hard and Hot Ticket were just the same old stuff. Some one get hurts and can not perform. The band does not know if they are going to have to cancel their tour or get someone else to step in so they can continue.
Loved seeing Jace and Eric friendship grow. Eric is the fun and playful of the group. Got to know just a little about what makes him that way. I look forward to seeing what woman can take him down a notch in his story Wicked Beat (Sinners On Tour #4).
ARC provided by NetGalley for an honest review.


  1. I liked this one a little better than you but can agree with many of your points. It was much better than Rock Hard, for me, which drove me nuts. Here's to hoping Eric's story brings something new!

    1. I know I am bummed I did not like it as much as others. Getting to know Eric a little more I am hoping the story gets back to the humor and a new plot.

  2. Awww.. Only 3 stars?! Funny, Rock Hard was still worse for me. I like Double Time, Backstage Pass and Hot Ticket the same amount. All 5 stars for me. Sorry you didn't end up liking it as much. :[

    I can't wait for Eric's book though, that's something I really liked in Jace's book! Eric was in it more and you kinda get to understand him a little bit. Makes me super excited for his book! :]

  3. I know only 3 stars. I loved Backstage Pass and Double time. I actually liked Rocked Hard better than Hot Ticket. Maybe it was because of the rehashing that happened almost the first half of the novel in Hot Ticket. Loved Eric in this too. I am excited to what his story will be like.


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