Pre-Release Review: Alluring Seduction (Bayou Stix #2) by Skye Turner
I loved this book! It was even better than the first one. Then again what’s not to love about a hot rock star being tamed by a strong feisty woman.
Jessie and Blue have been at each other’s throats for years, turns out it’s been sexual tension all along, and they decide to get it out of their system for just one night. Jessie’s a man whore, and hasn’t got a clue how to be part of a relationship so of course messes it all up. The story that follows is hot, funny and enchanting.
I love that we follow up with the rest of the characters from book one, they’re like one big family, and as they think of Blue as one of their own it leads to fireworks amongst the band members as well.
There are some great descriptions of Baton Rouge and New Orleans in the book, adding background to the story as well.
I can’t wait for book three in the series.
(5 stars – Helen)
This book was received from the author/publisher in exchange for an honest review.
Warning: This book contains explicit language and explosive sex. It is an adult romance and not intended for anyone under the age of 18.
Jessie Adams is the womanizing, lead guitarist for the hottest rock band in the country, Bayou Stix. Seduction is his game. He does what he wants, when he wants, and with whom he wants. Women are playthings, but eventually meaningless sex with groupie after groupie gets old.
Blue Delaney has spent years working nonstop and cultivating her way to being the hottest rock reporter in the business and the lead reporter for Rock Hard Magazine. She’s confident, sexy, and has no time for games.
Jessie loves women and women love him, but something about Blue gets under his skin. She’s not what he’s used to.
Blue loves Bayou Stix and is friends with the guys, but something about Jessie pushes her buttons. It doesn’t stop her from wanting him.
When Blue is forced to go on tour with Bayou Stix and cover the band, tensions run high, chemistry is explosive, and Blue and Jessie begin to see each other in a new light.
Their attraction is obvious to everyone but them. But in the end… the question is who’s seducing whom and is chemistry enough to sustain a relationship?
Can this fierce woman tame this bad boy rocker? Does she want to?