Backstage Pass

Backstage Pass

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Backstage Pass by Olivia Cunning, Justine O. Keef

It's been months since Brian Sinclair, lead guitarist for the famous rock band, Sinners, composed anything. Unable to write the music that once flowed so naturally, Brian is lost without his musical mojo. But when sexy psychology professor Myrna Evans comes on tour to study groupie mentality, Brian may have found the spark he needs to reignite his musical genius. When lust turns to love, will Brian be able to convince Myrna that what they have is more than just a fling, and that now that he's found his heart's muse, he doesn't want to live without her?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781452660950
Publisher: Tantor Media, Inc.
Publication date: 12/31/2012
Series: Sinners on Tour Series , #1
Edition description: MP3 - Unabridged CD
Product dimensions: 5.30(w) x 7.50(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Olivia Cunning combines her love for romantic fiction and rock 'n' roll, writing erotic romance centered around rock musicians. She is the bestselling author of the Sinners on Tour series and the One Night with Sole Regret series, among other books. Visit her at

Justine O. Keef's sultry voice, keen characterizations, and spirit of discovery make her a top pick for narrating erotic prose. With an extensive background in live storytelling and as an author of short erotic fiction, Justine's natural transition to narration is sure to please.

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Backstage Pass 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 307 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was not good i could not finish this book. I had to stop at page 58. Waste of money. If you like reading about a professional that comes across a band and is sexually abused by this band ,then this is your cup of erotica. This was flat out nasty and disrespectful to a woman and her values. This woman was not normal in the head as this author writes.
missy168 More than 1 year ago
Great book if you are interested in a love story with great sex scenes !!! can not wait to start the second book:)) enjoy enjoy enjoy !!
Andreat78 More than 1 year ago
So once again, I've hit a book that is almost too much for my poor brain to wrap around. I am on sensory overload. So I am going to break this baby down into two segments: the story and the sex. Sound good? Let's do this! The story. Myrna is a sexual behavior professor at a conference. She happens to see members of her favorite band, Sinners, having a great time drinking in the hotel. She introduces herself to the band, and quickly becomes acquainted with them. They would all love to get down with her, but she has her eyes on Master Sinclair, lead guitarist. Brian "Master" Sinclair is actually the master at getting his heart broken. He repeatedly falls for his girlfriends, only to have his heart stomped on when they cheat, usually with his bandmates. When he meets Myrna, Brian is immediately smitten. He falls hard for the beautiful professor with an exciting sexual appetite. The problem is, Myrna doesn't want love. She only wants right now. So Brian sets out to win Myrna's heart. To give her a reason to stay with him. Forever. BACKSTAGE PASS was a terrific story. I love a great romance with a strong, secure female lead. Myrna is a force. She knows what she wants, in life and in the bedroom. Her lack of naivete was a welcome change from what I typically see in romance novels. Brian was beyond wonderful. I'm a firm believer that there are fewer things in life sexier than rock stars. When you add the fact that Brian is a hopeless romantic, a one woman man..well, that just seals the deal for me. I absolutely loved him. The road these two take, in getting to really know one another, the give-and-take that transpires as they slowly build a relationship, was gorgeous. I loved that author Olivia Cunning really took her time with Brian and Myrna. Stories like that make the payoff so much sweeter. Now for the smexy times. *rubs hands together* This is one. hot. book. HOT! Listen, you know how I just said that rock stars are the sexiest things ever? Scratch that. Rock stars who hear music when they're making love and use their lover's body to write the notes on are the hottest things ever. Ever. I brain wants to 'splode when I imagine it. Hot. As for the adventures of Myrna and Brian. Talk about wild. I totally felt like I should take notes while I was reading. Myrna is determined to explore every naughty fantasy she's ever had. Brian is more than willing to share them with her. I have to admire her, the woman knows what she wants and has the cajones to say it. I won't go into all the naughty bits, and there are a lot. Let's just say I will never look at cherry suckers the same way ever again. *falls over dead* It would be an epic understatement to say I really liked this book. BACKSTAGE PASS is a book I shall re-read many times, probably when I need a good pick-me-up. I am ridiculously excited to read book two, ROCK HARD. I already have book three, DOUBLE TIME, on pre-order. Olivia Cunning is now an "auto buy" author for me. So if you like hot guys, strong women and sexy times, this series is for you!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
$8+ for less than 300 pages?!? Rethinking purchasing the others in this series after i look at the info of kilabytes. Fool me once.....
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I couldn't finish it because it grossed me out. It wasn't even the sex that got to me or the cussing, (heaven knows I cuss). There were just certain aspects, I couldn't get over. There was one part where the two main characters were doing it while one band mates watched. And the words that were used to describe their body parts weren't very flattering either. Maybe I'm a prude but can't consider this book sexy.
Yvette_C More than 1 year ago
It was ok. Maybe my opinion is based on the fact that I don't really like erotic novels. I honestly didn't know this was one until I bought it after reading the sample. It was a good story line and it would have been better if there was more of the background story w Jeremy. Myrna made him sound like this complete a**hole, and in the end he was a cowering little punk. Less sex and more drama would have made this book better, but of course that's my own opinion. Myrna - a complete slut imo. Walking around naked infront of the rest of the band and then letting them touch her because she sooo lost to the sensations Brians giving her.....yes Jeremy was correct you are infact a slut. Brian - GROW A PAIR!! he was a sweetheart but too much of a sweetheart Sid - not enough words in the vocabulary fo this guy. How did brian not punch him before when he stole his past girlfriends?
RVABooklover More than 1 year ago
To be clear, this is an erotica novel. Except for the abundance of super hot sex, though, it doesn't read like most erotica at all after the first 10 percent of the book. There is an actual plot, and the characters have depth. There is a connection between the main couple that goes beyond the next orgasm. I will admit to having serious doubts about the validity of the positive reviews at the beginning of the book. The scene detailing the initial meeting between Human Sexuality professor Myrna Evans and The Sinners seemed stilted and forced, not at all realistic on a lot of levels. But once Myrna decides to travel with the band for the summer, the story started to grab me and by the time I was halfway through, I didn't want the book to end. I am so delighted that each Sinner is getting his own story! Brian is a beta hero to die for. He is looking for love, a connection, something permanent and real. After we meet his parents, his motivations become more clear. He wants Myrna from the first, and is way more invested in their relationship than she appears to be. Myrna is harder to get to know and like. We get her motivation in the form of inner dialogue that regurgitates her experiences with her stalker ex husband, but the lady has some deep seeded issues that make her kind of hard to like. That said, the reader can understand why Myrna is the way she is, and when she tells off Brian's father, she redeems herself mightily. The boys in the band are well drawn, with surprising depth. Again, I am looking forward to each one of their books. Especially Trey. The good - Characters. Sex. Ms. Cunning writes realistic men. They act like guys, not like women think they want guys to act. The not as good - Myrna is tough to get to know and like. Also, the story requires some suspension of belief. Back in another lifetime (late 80's, early 90's), I knew a lot of local band folk, and knowing how they acted made it hard for me to buy in to certain parts of the storyline. The partying, the drinking, the sex - very realistic. The guitar god going for a 35 year old in a suit? Who wants them to clean their tour bus? Not so much. And to her credit, the author addresses the age issue. Small, nitpicky issue that probably would not bother your average reader, but kept pulling me out of the story. Some parts of the story were not really resolved. There is a menage scene that had heavy emotional impact, in which a plot twist was alluded to, but nothing came of it. This was the most intriguing scene in the entire book for me, though. Lots of potential for angst, and I am sure we will hear more about the issue that was uncovered in an upcoming book. All in all, I was won over by Backstage Pass. I was impressed with the depth of the characters, especially Brian. Looking forward to the rest of the series.
toniFMAMTC More than 1 year ago
I really liked this. It was a different type of romance. Everyone was very sexually uninhibited. A lot of lines are blurred. I really like how they're all super 'guy guys' and super open at the same time, two traits that don't often go together. I'm definitely ready to continue the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow, where to start? Unbelievable heroine... Hero who's both jealous of her sexual favors, yet shares her. I found this story rather cheesy and crude. Not erotica, but porn posing as erotica.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a great way to meet a group of men and want to know more about each of them. I am definately a Sinners fan!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book just gives you everything you desire in an erotic passionate lustful story! Brian and Myrna are so great together! I have read this book and Rock Hard, which is also great, but this is my favorite thus far. I am currently reading book 3, Hot Ticket which is Jace's story and its already starting out amazing!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Boring, predictable, and incredibly unrealistic. None of the characters had any likeable traits. The plot was completely unbelievable - a college professor studies the behaviors of groupies, but never realizes that she's doing exactly the same thing? I have no desire or plans to read the other books in this series.
Anonymous 10 months ago
I love this book. Brian fell hard for the women in his life. The normal groupie sex held little appeal. When Brian meets myrnah sparks fly. This time the whole thing feels different for bo5h of them. I highly recommend this book to anyone that loves the truth of the rock star world
JoannaDursi More than 1 year ago
I love all The Sinners but Brian and Myrna will always be my favorite couple. I think I have a soft spot for Brian because not only is he a sexy, famous musician, he's also not afraid to put himself out there in hopes of finding something real. I love the idea that Myrna is Brian's muse even if they stumble upon it unconventionally. I just adore Myrna's character and what she stands for. She tried to be practical in her attraction to Brian and where their relationships could or couldn't go. Due to her past I think she had some characteristics real women can connect with especially the self doubt that can be planted after a disastrous relationship. Last but not least...CHAPTER 32!!!
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AboutThatStory More than 1 year ago
So. This book. If you're wanting something hot and schmexy and super steamy and dirty, freaky, naughty, this would be it. Holy WOW with the off the charts hotness Batman. *fans self* I thought the story was great, it had a decent build throughout. Not a lot of drama but enough to keep you interested as well as bits of emotion and interesting characters. I loved Brain. I liked Myrna. This girl had some issues but I liked how open and uninhibited she was. However, some of her issues started to get a little warring and drawn out to me, so by the end I just wanted her to straighten her head out and get on with it, after a while her issues just felt repetitive. Brain, so sweet and sexy, a romantic at heart but a total sexual being. He had his heart pretty much on his sleeve, and Myrna's battle with herself creates a decent push and pull between the two. I liked it a lot.There were some more tender moments and I loved getting to see them more vulnerable but it didn't happen as often as I would have liked. I thought all the guys in the band and were great and am excited all their stories are available. There were some highly entertaining parts throughout. Bits if light and funny which was great because there was a lot of sex so it helped balance it out. I'm not kidding about the sex, there was a TON. It's erotica so I was expecting it but some things are way adventurous… hello kink and the afore mentioned dirty, freaky naughty. I felt like this was pretty fast paced and I had a hard time putting it down. I wanted to know what would happen next and couldn't wait for Myrna to get a clue... I kept turning the page because I wanted my HEA! I'm happy with how it all played out. The Sinners are something else!
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