Try Me (One Night with Sole Regret #1)
Genre: Erotic Romance
For the five sexy rock gods of Sole Regret, finding love is easy, keeping it is hard.
Melanie has no desire to meet the members of the rock band, Sole Regret, but her groupie of a best friend gets them both backstage and then rushes off with the band’s lead singer. Left alone at an after party with a bunch of scary tattooed and pierced metal-heads, sheltered Melanie is relieved when the only normal-looking guy in the room insists on keeping her company.
By the time Melanie discovers that Gabe is the band’s drummer and not as normal as she assumed, she has already made a complete fool of herself. She can’t help but be interested in him, not as a rock star, but as the sexiest man she’s ever encountered. Strangely attracted to his hidden tattoos and body piercing, she wonders what it would be like to spend a night with a bad boy.
Gabe is more than willing to show sweet Melanie there’s more to him than meets the eye. All she has to do is try him. Will they only share a single night of passion? Or will their hearts entangle as quickly as their bodies?
When I reached the end of this read, only one thing went through my mind... NO! I need more! I knew this book was going to be good, after all, Olivia Cunning wrote it, but I did not expect it to be quite as amazing as it was.
I really enjoyed Melanie, she got swept up in the plans of her friend Nikki and even though she wasn’t happy about it, she stuck by her friend, who is quite the character. Usually it is always the guy out to seduce a woman or to get into her pants, it’s nice to see that flipped around and see Nikki go after the guy she wants to bed.
Gabe is the perfect male lead from my perspective, rough on the outside but so sweet on the inside. I just have to mention that scene with Gabe’s invention, wow! Now that was something to read and not something I will be forgetting anytime soon.
As for Shade, I reserve my judgement until I read his book and can know what is behind all the womanising and crudeness. Over all I loved this book and once I started I did not want to stop. I look forward to reading the rest of the series at some point in the future.