Olivia Cunning can pen a sex scene better than any other smut author I’ve read. Mix in two bi-sexual men and their girlfriend, and this book burned my insides, giving me chills like no other book has.
I cannot get enough of these guys. No, really. I could read them for all of eternity and never get tired of delving into the back of the Sinners’ bus.
Deliciously dirty with some very public, very *ahem* titillating public love scenes that follow up Backstage Pass nicely.
Featuring my first and favorite book boyfriend, Brian Sinclair, Backstage Pass sucked me into Olivia Cunning’s magical way of penning a sex scene.
Absolutely NOT the typical romance book. A great read for anyone looking for something different from the girl + boy + doubt + revelation = romance novel.
Emma: She’s a lady in the streets but a freak in the bed.
The Proposition is a good read for those of us who like sweet and lovely mixed in with our sexy.
The level of WTFness that twists and turns and makes me want nothing good for any of these people is delectable.
You gotta love a beefy law-abiding, law enforcement officer who is wiling to put up with a crapload of trouble from the woman he loves. [4/5 stars]