For Addison Beltrand, PR rep for Bold International, Inc. climbing the corporate ladder is all that matters in life. Her hard work is finally rewarded with the promotion she’s worked her ass off to earn—but the gig comes at a price. She leaves in two days for a twelve-week tour with America’s hottest alternative rock band, 69 Bottles.Talon Carver, lead singer of 69 Bottles, has no problem with women--as long as they’re gone by morning. When Addison shakes up his world, it’s a huge problem—compounded by the fact that Addison’s not the only one he wants. Kyle Black, manager of 69 Bottles, has a secret. He and Addison are closer than she thinks, but telling her could keep her away. When Talon sets his sights on Addison, Kyle uses his secret to push her into Talon’s arms, only to discover she isn’t the only one he needs. Two men. One dilemma. Talon is wild, reckless and loves control. Kyle is calm, collected and loves passion. The perfect balance…or Addison’s ultimate undoing? Talon and Kyle push their boundaries and Addison’s, but can they throw their reservations to the wind and claim her together? Two men. One woman. A rock band. A tour bus. One Wild Ride…
****Content Warning**** Sexy, naked, bisexual rock stars…and a lot more… This book contains, but is not limited to the following sexual content – reader discretion is advised - hot sex between two men and one woman. M/M/F, M/F/M, M/F, F/M and M/M sexual content. There are no boundaries when these three crash together, as long as you’re over 18 years of age.
Addison lands a job as PR for 69 Bottles, and up and coming rock band. She will be on tour with them for 12 weeks. 12 weeks with four sex gods and their manager. She isn't sure she will make it out alive, especially when she comes into contact with Talon, the lead singer, and Kyle, their manager.
When I started reading this book, my first and initial thought was "pfft! first person, present tense, single POV" 3 of my least favourtie. BUT then Talon had a say, and Kyle too and while its still in the first person, present tense, this book is a prime example of my forgetting that. It grew on me, crept up on me and somewhere along the way, grabbed me and wouldn't let me go.
I loved the way it all slow burned, and the situation between Talon and Kyle wasn't immediately clear. I loved that, while Talon and Kyle had 3 way-ed before, neither of them had touched each other. Not before Addison. It's almost as if she was the binding agent needed for the three of them to get together.
I loved the openess between Talon and Kyle, well, between them all. They went into this knowing they each had problems, issues and history that could and probably would affect them all along their journey.
There is a second book, Craving Talon, and I hope I get to read it soon. The story between these three is by no means finished,and I really need to see them to the end. This isn't a cliff hanger, it's mopre of a wait-a-bit-longer sort of ending.
4.5 stars. While I forgot its in the first person, present tense, I didn't forget that it flips between the three. AND we get so much more of Addison than the boys. Maybe Craving Talon will have more of them :-)
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** 69 BOTTLES SERIES **
CRAVING TALON ( 69 BOTTLES #2 )