Saturday, September 2, 2017

Review: Perfect Pitch by (Found in Oblivion #5) by Cari Quinn and Taryn Elliot


A lead singer, a professor, and another lead singer walk into a bedroom...

Molly McIntire loves her career as the lead singer of the band Warning Sign. Who she does not love?

The cocky, seductive lead singer of The Grunge, rockstar Luc Moreau, who through a series of misfortunate events ends up singing with her.

In her band. On her stage. Together.

It's like getting naked, with a microphone between them. So is there any surprise they’re tempted to hate screw each other afterward?

But someone sees them with their tempers running hot. And open-minded Professor Ethan Haywood wants them both, in every dirty, decadent way. For a night or so much more.

Except he’s not the only one who’s watching them—and the band. Their every move is being monitored, and when the lights go out, not everyone will still be standing.

Suddenly it’s not just about falling into bed for Molly, Luc, and Ethan, but falling in love when everything they know and love is in danger.

Author’s note: This book contains mènage scenes, and while the men are always focused on the woman, they also focus on each other. With and without their clothes on.

Author’s note part deux: While the romantic relationship ends in a full HEA, there are ongoing events that will not be fully explained or resolved until the next book, Raw Rhythm.





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What I thought about Perfect Pitch

When the lead singer for Warning Sign Molly McIntire overhears a conversation she wasn't supposed to, she lets anger guide her decision to take on Lila, aka Dragon Lady.  Yeah, you might be thinking that doesn't end well, but when the dust settles, Molly ends up in a once-and-done that turns into a relationship.

One door may have just closed for Luc Moreau, but Molly's tantrum at Ripper Records opens another door for him. They have smokin hot chemistry when they sing together, and that even translates beyond the stage into the bedroom. 

Ethan Haywood has been interested in Molly for some time, and when they reconnect at a wedding, he knows it's not a one time thing for him. Luc and Molly's chemistry together doesn't detract from his feelings for Molly and he senses that Luc wants something more than Molly. Their one-night threesome turns into a whole lot more when their off the charts sex ingnites some real emotions.

As usual, Cari Quinn and Taryn Elliot have entertained me with a rocker story that has plenty of heat and emotions. Luc, Ethan and Molly really know how to get it on (I think I lost count of O's at one point) but for me the best part of their relationship was their individual realizations that they needed each other. Loved that part of the story.

Secondary to the love story is a suspense plot that is really looking like ... well, don't want to spoil, but it takes the ending of this book into a dark place, setting up for Mal's book, Raw
Rhythm.  Can't wait to see who is behind it all!

So, overall, an entertaining, steamy rock and roll love story!  If you like rockstar romance, you should definitely be reading this series!

An ARC was 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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