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Blame it on the Bass
     

Blame it on the Bass

4.8 9
by Lexxie Couper
 

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Can they mend his broken heart?

Heart of Fame, Book 6

After a horrific accident robs rock legend Levi Levistan and his long-time partner, Corbin, of their dream of becoming parents, Levi is lost in a sea of grief. Until he runs into an old high school flame and their chemistry reignites.

Corbin Smith is intent on bridging

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Can they mend his broken heart?

Heart of Fame, Book 6

After a horrific accident robs rock legend Levi Levistan and his long-time partner, Corbin, of their dream of becoming parents, Levi is lost in a sea of grief. Until he runs into an old high school flame and their chemistry reignites.

Corbin Smith is intent on bridging the chasm between their hearts. But witnessing his lover’s steamy onstage kiss with a woman jolts him to the core with sexual arousal. And he realizes the key to their healing is standing in Levi’s arms.

As an erotic romance editor, nothing much unsettles Sonja Stone. She’s not even surprised at her body’s powerful reaction to Levi’s kiss. But when Corbin approaches them, eyes smoldering with hunger, his suggestion shakes her to the core.

Sensing their unspoken wounds, Sonja agrees to take a chance on a threesome. Their union is explosively perfect, but something is holding Levi back from sealing their searing emotional connection. Something that could destroy their love once and for all…

Warning: This book contains angst, torment, sarcasm, humour, scorching m/m sex, searing m/f sex and explosive m/m/f sex. And a memory of a horrific past that may disturb some readers.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781619217294
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Publication date:
04/15/2014
Series:
Heart of Fame , #6
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
270
Sales rank:
151,795
File size:
873 KB

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Blame it on the Bass 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Freaking amazing! The dynamics of this was intriguing and beguiling. Lexxie's writing as always is clean, crisp and to the point. How in love am I with her characters? Terrific addition to any menage collection of books, however this has heart and soul and will touch you deeply.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
## This installment of the series is fantastic. I especially loved how Lexxie wrote Corbin. Holy cow this guy was hot. And I appreciated that she let Corbin and Sonja get to know each other without "Stan". And of course the sex was scorching as I've come to expect from Ms. Couper. Again, the ending could've been a tad less abrupt, ergo 4 stars. But awesome nonetheless.
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Never disappoints.....except it's too short!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Bass is Thumping My Heart from this book! Reviewed by: Red's Hot Reads <i> 5 Glorious Stars!!! 5 Glowing Flames for Hotness!! Holy Mother of Hotness this book was Awesome! Again I am blown away by this series. Just when I think, &ldquo;Wow I love this guy and he is my favorite in the series,&rdquo; Lexxie throws me another super swoon worthy guy to change my mind. Levi is a hard nut to crack. He and Sonja were high school sweethearts. Their relationship ended after Levi&rsquo;s refusal to open his heart. Corbin and Levi have suffered a tragic loss and are having a difficult time in dealing with the loss. Corbin and Levi&rsquo;s relationship is in trouble and they can&rsquo;t seem to heal. Levi struggles with his past and sharing his feelings with others. Sonja is a full of no-nonsense attitude (just what the guys need). I loved her right away. Can Sonja help heal the guys? Can Corbin and Sonja be Levi&rsquo;s light in the darkness? Read and find out.  This book takes your emotions on a crazy journey. I was laughing, crying, rooting for them and shouting for them to get their act together (Open Your Eyes!) My blood pressure spiked several times in this book. I had a few moments that I wanted to reach through my kindle and beat the ever-lovin&rsquo; junk out of Levi for being a meanie. Thanks for the heart pumping check and plenty of antacids, Lexxie. I loved every character in this book (except the paparazzo Carl). Levi is an absolute ALPHA Male and Corbin is so swoon worthy. The lovin&rsquo; in this book will steam up your glasses. After reading my other reviews in this series you all must realize I am a huge fan-girl of Lexxie Couper&rsquo;s. This book only makes me love her work more! I would recommend this book, as well as, any of her books. Each book in the series can be read as a stand-alone but is part of the Heart of Fame series. I am really looking forward to the next installment in this series Getting Played (Book 7) Jaxon&rsquo;s Story. (this is connected to my cover reveal of the book)</i>
jojoNE More than 1 year ago
My love of rockstars continues with this sixth book in Ms. Couper's Heart of Fame series. Just when things look to be going perfect for new couple Corbin and Levi tragedy strikes and the resulting grief pulls them apart. To reignite their connection it will take Levi's dealing with ghosts from his childhood along with a blast from his past who changes their relationship forever. In their relationship Corbin has always been the calming influence, the one good with words and open with his emotions. Until tragedy struck he was willing to put up with Levi's inability to express his feelings and the perception of coldness this belied...but no more. He loves him too much to leave permanently but is willing to do whatever it takes to help them, and Levi, heal. Corbin never expected the healing to come in the form of Levi's former lover Sonja though. His life gets turned upside down by the energy and sexiness she brings to their relationship and he soon sees her as more than a temporary fix but rather a part of their future. Sexual and physical abuse by his father still haunts Levi today and has forced his emotions to be closed off. He doesn't want to lose Corbin but is scared to deal with his past. He has no choice though after reuniting with the one person who really knows him. She makes him feel alive again after the tragedy and her no-nonsense attitude has him opening up which makes their m&eacute;nage even more intense and imperative to his and Corbin's relationship. Sonja's a breath of fresh air with her tell it like it is attitude. She never stopped loving Levi and her burgeoning friendship with Corbin quickly morphs into sexual attraction that's believable and super hot. She loves the connection she sees between Corbin and Levi and will do anything to see them succeed but soon wants more as their m&eacute;nage starts to feel like a family. Through its compelling characters, intense emotions, and numerous scorching sexual encounters I found myself fully immersed in these character's lives. Their hurts were mine as their grief and anger was palpable. While the crazed paparazzo was a bit too over the top in his actions and the ending too rushed and predictable, I still found much to like about this book. With its sense of healing and hopefulness hinted at in the final pages I'm greatly anticipating the next installment and highly recommend it to those who like scorching hot stories with substance.
TDB005 More than 1 year ago
I was lucky enough to receive an ARC of Blame it on the Bass, and I have to tell you that this is Lexxie&rsquo;s best book to date in my opinion. This was such an emotional story, and I can&rsquo;t quite tell you enough what an absolute pleasure it was to read. As I&rsquo;ve said before, Lexxie makes each one of these books better than the last, and you can certainly tell that these characters are just as special to her as they are to us readers. With each book, the characters have been able to capture my heart in a way that I fall in love with them a bit more with each release. Blame it on the Bass is an exceptionally well written read that was heartbreaking, funny, and oh so very sexy too. I literally couldn&rsquo;t stop reading from start to finish. Levi and his long-time partner Corbin are going through their own personal hell, and it is tearing them apart inside. Unfortunately, their relationship might not survive either as they each deal with their pain apart. It isn&rsquo;t until Corbin sees Levi coming alive at the hands of a woman, that he finds a way to possibly save the future they have together. In a desperate attempt to heal their relationship and to figure out his own attraction to the feisty beauty, Corbin proposes to Levi they bring Sonja into their relationship. Sonja dumped Levi back in high school, but a chance meeting during karaoke leaves her in a steaming pile of goo from her powerful attraction to not only Levi, but his partner Corbin as well. When the couple propose a threesome, she is leery to get involved in what she can clearly already see is a complicated situation. Although she isn&rsquo;t timid to the concept of a three-way relationship given the fact that she is an erotic romance editor, she feels like she will be the Band-Aid in their relationship leaving her to be the one broken-hearted in the end. Needless to say, the emotions run very high in this one. One minute you will be crying your eyes out for all the pain that Corbin and Levi are enduring, and then the next you will be laughing out loud at just how adorable these three are together. I particularly loved the dynamics of their three-way relationship. Levi was definitely the dominant one, but Corbin showed hints of it as well with Sonja. This power dynamics led to some incredibly sexy scenes that I promise will leave you all hot and bothered. *grin* Overall, Blame it on the Bass was one fantastic read. Like I said before, I really think that this series just keeps getting better, and I definitely recommend it. I&rsquo;m excited to see what is in store for Jax in the next book Getting Played, so keep up the great work Lexxie and write faster because I&rsquo;m dying to read the next book! *ARC was provided from the author in exchange for an honest review*
Anonymous More than 1 year ago