Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Review:Triple Trouble (Found in Oblivion #2) by Cari Quinn & Taryn Elliot

She wasn't looking to fall in love with one man. Never mind two.

Juliet Reece grew up in the shadow of her seemingly perfect older sister, Margo Reece. While Juliet's wealthy, blue-blood parents dealt with infidelity, Juliet fought for normalcy. Now she's the bassist in Warning Sign, a band on the rise, and she finally feels like she's making space for herself in the world. It's her time to shine, and she's ready to have fun and focus on her career.

Until Randy "Sparks" Pruitt nearly blows up her life. Literally.

She can't stand the guy. She definitely hasn't fantasized about gripping a handful of his hair and—no. Not happening.

Then there's Tristan Eves, Sparks' new friend. He's the exact opposite of Sparks. Playful. Naughty. Arousing. Suddenly, she's on the verge of something wilder than she's ever experienced before. Two seductive men, hers for the taking—if she can handle the heat.

If double trouble is dangerous, watch out for the power of three...


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What I thought about Triple Trouble

I was very excited to get more of this new series from Cari Quinn and Taryn Elliot. In this second installment, bassist Juliet Reece is faced with a dilemma.  She's got two men that are interested in her and they are willing to share -- is she willing to go for it?  Of course, the answer is a big, resounding yes.

Tristan Eves and his best friend and roommate Randy Pruitt both have eyes for Juliet and who can blame them, she's the hot bass player in the band and she's got a bit of a wildness to her. Randy is really in trouble, because he really likes Juliet and wants a real relationship, but Tristan is a bit more casual about it all, that is until he finds  himself falling for the adventurous Juliet.  

I'm always interesting in reading how other emotions like jealousy and differing levels of commitment.  There's some conflict here, but it is very mild and easily talked through. I would have liked a little more story to go along with their playtime.  

This book is filled with their sexual play and it is hot, hot, hot.  If you like polyamorous sex and relationships, this book is definitely for you because these three heat up lots of interesting places! 

If you are looking for an erotic rock star threesome, Juliet, Sparks and Tristan are definitely a trio you should check out! 

ARC provided for review. 

About the Authors
USA Today bestselling author Cari Quinn likes music and men, so she figured why not write about both? When she's not writing, she's screaming at men's college basketball games on TV, playing her music too loud or causing trouble. Sometimes simultaneously.

USA Today bestselling author Taryn Elliott is obsessed with rock stars, men, and her unending playlists--maximizing these things seemed like a very good idea. When she's not writing, she's losing hours to hot men on TV, and/or a graphic design project. Multitasking is her middle name.

They decided to combine forces and found that hey...this writing deal is even more awesome when you collaborate with your best friend.

And so Lost in Oblivion was born.

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