Release Day Review ~ VIP Access
(The Road To Rocktoberfest Book 6) by Morticia Knight
A singing sensation who steals hearts. The wannabe guitarist who worships him. Can true love survive once the tour is over?
Glitter Kink is one of the headlining bands at Rocktoberfest, and Braylin Sinclair can’t believe he’s scored a gig as their guitar tech. He’d rather be their guitarist, but he’ll take what he can get. Plus, how can he resist the opportunity to get up close and personal with Zen Diamond, the flashy singer he’s idolized since he was a kid?
Zen’s reputation as one of the kinkiest rockers on the scene can sometimes overshadow his musical prowess. As the founding member of Glitter Kink, he runs the show. His songs, his rules. The band’s world-wide tour is about to kick-off, however, lately there’s been more ills than thrills.
One night as they’re about to take the stage, everything falls apart. Unless a miracle occurs, the tour will be over and the band’s future in jeopardy. But then a sweet young thing steps up and claims he can save the gig.
Will Zen take a chance on a shy and inexperienced kid? Or will he only allow Braylin to be a star in his bedroom?
Note: VIP Access is the 7th book in the multi-author Road to Rocktoberfest Series. Each book can be read as a standalone, but why not stay and enjoy the whole show? If you like scorching tales of hot rock stars and the men who love them, then you’ll adore the untamed musicians of Rocktoberfest!
~ * ~ Amy‘s Review ~ * ~
Alas, we have come to the end of the road for The Road to Rocktoberfest series. We’re gonna go out with a smack (kink hint).
Braylin has had the biggest crush on Glitter Kink’s lead singer for the longest time. He learned to play all of their songs on guitar, and everything. He was in hog heaven when he gets a job being their guitar tech. It appears his dreams may be coming true…in more ways than one.
Zen, the lead singer, and founding member, of Glitter Kink, likes to be in charge (in work and in play). He is into the dom/sub relationship. Despite the age difference, status difference, and difference in experience levels, he’s drawn to Braylin. Braylin’s shy inexperience plays right into Zen’s hands.
I’m not the biggest fan of kink, but I can handle it in small doses. This book didn’t get too heavy into BDSM. In fact, this story was a bit of a slow burn. It was sweet, though.
This story was a great addition to the series. It flowed easily and had likable characters…minus the one guy who needs to get his act together. Overall, I enjoyed it, and would recommend this quick and easy read to you.
***Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie for my reading pleasure. A review was not a requirement.***