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Book 5 of The Sinners on Tour

He craves her music and passion...she can't get enough of his body

On the rebound from the tumult of his bisexual lifestyle, notoriously sexy rock guitarist Trey Mills falls for sizzling new female guitar sensation Reagan Elliot and is swept into the hot, heady romance he never dreamed possible.

Ecstatic to be on tour learning the ropes with Trey's band, The Sinners, Reagan finds she craves Trey as much as she craves being in the spotlight.

When Reagan's ex, Ethan Connor, enters the scene, Trey's secret desires come back to haunt him, and pleasure and passion are taken to a whole new level of dangerous desire.

The Sinners on Tour Series :
Backstage Pass (Book 1)
Rock Hard (Book 2)
Hot Ticket (Book 3)
Wicked Beat (Book 4)
Double Time (Book 5)

Praise for New York Times and USA Today bestseller Double Time:
"Snappy dialogue, dizzying romance, scorching hot sex, and realistic observations about life on tour make this a winner."-Publishers Weekly
"It just doesn't get any hotter or any better. On and off stage."-Open Book Society
"Smoking hot sex and romance that pulls at your heartstrings."-Romance Reviews

Topics: Bisexuality, Menage a Trois, Rock 'n' Roll, and Musicians

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ISBN: 9781402271526
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This is weird on multiple levels. I'm not sure why this was published out of order, but even if it had been published in chronological order, the major players in this story besides Trey were little more than caricatures. I wanted to love Reagan, but her badass, rock chick persona was completely at odds with her weird, idiotic dynamic with Ethan. He's gay. No really, we used to have a ton of sex, he's told me he's bi, but I saw him having sex with a guy once and now I treat him like a sexless Ken doll gay friend. The only plausible reason for Ethan to put up with this is a desire to win Reagan back, which is completely at odds with his aggressive moves on Trey (thus recreating the same behavior that broke Reagan and Ethan up in the first place). Cunning bends over backwards to create some plausible sexual constellation for a sustained menage, but in doing so sacrifices any depth or believability in her characters. Everyone is mechanical and predictable, and utterly un-Cunning.more
Another fantastic book in the Sinners series. What ever you are looking for it is here in this hot and steamy book. It had some mf, some mfm, some mmf and some mm, some bondage and D/s. And that is just the side stuff. The ongoing story of the band, the lives of the members in the band and the fans continues to tweek curiousity. The scenes on stage are so beautifully described including lighting, moving stages and the band members on them that you feel you are right there watching and listening from a prime position.

Threads joining the past to the present are preserved and strengthened. Because the book is out of order in release dates the crystal ball to the future only servers to increase the desire to read on.

Reagan, the heroine, is a tomboy with a huge gift in playing the guitar. She is so good the master is challenged and she has not trouble keeping up to Trey in so many ways. Trey is ready to give up all males if he can only keep her. She is willing to welcome one more male into their love to only keep Trey. Her roomate Ethan is Bi, but doesn't know how to addequately explain it to Reagan. Trey however finds the exact right words and everything soon falls into place. The triangle of Trey, Reagan and Ethan works on so many levels.



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Review courtesy of Dark Faerie Tales.Quick & Dirty: This book wasn’t written with me in mind.Opening Sentence: “Trey.”The Review:This book is the final book in the Sinners on Tour series by Olivia Cunning and as some of you may know I like to start with book 1 and work my way through a series. One of the many reasons I prefer to read in the order that an author has written a series allows me to meet and get to know the characters. This was not the case with this series and I’m glad. What do I mean by that statement? If the rest of the series is like this book then I would have not made it through the first book much less the other books to get to Double Time which is the book I’m reviewing.There are not many times that I will intentionally walk away from a book and dread picking it back up again but this book squarely falls into that category. The opening sequence with Trey and Brian was too much for this girl. I knew going into this that there was some male on male but I didn’t anticipate it starting in Chapter 1. If you are in the least bit unsure of whether you want to read about male on male action then I would give this book a wide berth.Promiscuous male characters are a central plot point in many romance stories but Trey’s character seems to have too many plot holes to be a viable character. His interactions with Reagan are charming but were too infrequent for me.Now Reagan has moments in this book where I’m blown away by her effervescence but then she has moments where she has too be one of the stupidest woman on the planet. Her fangirl side really irritated me. I get being blown away by the fact you are in the same room with people you have held in high regard but it always seems to end up with her considering making out with them which is a bit much.The third character in this book is Ethan, who is Reagan’s roommate and former lover. There are moments in this story where he is the Alpha male and then all of the sudden he is portrayed as a man who must be trained and dominated. Doesn’t make much sense to me at all.Overall, this book was not for me and I couldn’t recommend it to someone else. Hopefully if I review another Olivia Cunning book, I will have a better experience.Notable Scene:Trey exited the studio and opened the door to the sound booth. “Ha, Ha, Brian, very funny.” Except it wasn’t Brian playing ‘Gates of Hell’ to perfection. It was that woman. Her dirty-blond hair was cut into a short, sassy style. She wore faded army-green cargo pants, combat boots, a plain white tank top, and not a stitch of makeup. She held her red Stratocaster with authority and played it as if it was her little bitch. The woman was a fucking goddess.Reagan slapped her hand on her guitar strings to stop their vibration. Trey Mills had burst into the recording booth and scared the shit out of her. Now he stood there in the open door gaping at her and setting her heart aflutter. The last time she’d felt like this was the day she’d met Ethan Conner, and that had turned out to be the most fucked up experience of her life. She didn’t need this kind of nipple-tingling distraction right now. She needed to concentrate on her audition.FTC Advisory: Sourcebooks Casablanca provided me with a copy of Double Time: Sinners on Tour. No goody bags, sponsorships, “material connections,” or bribes were exchanged for my review.more
Sigh… Trey Mills, finally.

I really, really, REALLY wanted to wait for book 3 and 4 to come out first, but I just couldn’t wait any longer – I just HAD to read it.

He is my absolute favorite Sinner and I loved to the see different sides of him. I expected a different vibe for this book, goofier somehow but I still loved the way he was portrayed. His vulnerabilities were explored which you rarely get to see as he tends to cover them with jokes. No worries though, there are still plenty scenes that’ll make you laugh.

I felt like Reagan was a really great match for him, although I’d be a much better match ;). She was a very likeable character that I liked reading about and she, too, has vulnerabilities and prejudices to overcome. With Ethan however I had some troubles, I didn’t like him as much.

But even not liking Ethan, the sex scenes were amazing and if you like variety, there’s MM, MFM and FM – so everyone should find something they like ;-)

I want my own Trey Mills, please! And while I wait for him to arrive, I’m already excite to read Jace’s story.more
Reviewed by: JenBook provided by: PublisherReview originally posted at Romancing the BookThis was the first book that I’ve read by Olivia Cunning and it definitely won’t be the last. I was very happy to learn that this books stands all by itself, although the couples from the prior two books do make appearances, having read their stories isn’t a must. And I’ve always been a little curious about the rock star lifestyle, so when this book crossed my path, I knew I needed to read it. From page one, the reader is thrown into the erotic world of rock ‘n’ roll and I for one was thrilled to go on this ride.Trey Mills is quite the character. He’s one of the guitarists from The Sinners. He’s bisexual and has it bad for his best friend and band mate. But said band mate, Brian, is married and a new father and Trey decides that he needs to let go. So, he swears off men and then he meets Reagan (a girl, by the way) and they become inseparable and a whirlwind courtship begins. But Trey has sexual needs that Reagan can’t fulfill and Trey tries his best not to stray. Enter Ethan, Reagan’s ex, who is also bisexual… and oh boy, what was a erotic book up to that point, well, it bursts into flames.I really enjoyed the sweetness, even though the sex was hot, romance between Reagan and Trey. Both of them have had disappointing love lives in their past, but are drawn to each other. But Reagan doesn’t know about Trey’s previous lifestyle and throughout much of the book, he’s hiding his urges and tempering his wilder cravings. Reagan on the other hand is trying to adjust to being the new guitarist in Exodus End (Trey’s brother’s band) and the limelight that it brings… on top of being Trey’s girlfriend. Watching these two get past all their issues and actually blossom was fun… and when they brought Ethan in, well, pass me a daiquiri and fan.Once I got reading, I didn’t want to stop. Yes, I think the book would have been enhanced by having read the prior books. But, I was able to keep up and really didn’t feel like I was missing out on anything but a little backstory regarding Trey’s band mates. However, all I needed to know was given to me in this story and I was more than pleased with the result. And I think the only thing that really drug the story down was Trey’s well, obsession with Brian. I was tired of it relatively quickly and wanted it resolved sooner rather than later. But that was really more a minor irritation and didn’t take away from the overall enjoyment of the story.Fair warning there is m/m action from the first page. So, if that’s not your thing, I wouldn’t suggest this book.more
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. (And with the number of erotica books I've read, that's saying a lot.) Trey's story is not so different from Cunning's other Sinners On Tour books, but I don't read Olivia Cunning for a twisted plot-line or multi-layered cast of characters. I read Olivia Cunning for the creative, quiver-inducing sex scenes that go on for several delicious chapters, feeding my fantasies.Double Time comes out in November, and when it's released, buy it, hide out, and finish every last drop.more
4.5 StarsGoodReads Synopsis: Olivia Cunning delivers the perfect blend of steamy sex, heartwarming romance, and a wicked sense of humor in this menage story featuring the hottest guy in the Sinners band.Trey Mills, the notoriously sexy Sinners rhythm guitarist, gives up his bisexual lifestyle and is swept into a hot, heady romance with Reagan Elliot, a female rock star sensation. But when Trey encounters Reagan's sexy bisexual roommate, Ethan Conner, he can no longer deny who he is or what he wants. Reagan heartily agrees to a solution that opens up a hot new world of sexual experience--and love--with the two men she wants the most.**WARNING this is an ADULT title intended for an audience of 18+**My Thoughts: LOVED this book…but, I gotta warn you. The publisher has decided to print this title out of the order the author intended. This book was intended to be the last book in the Sinners series. So it spoils some of the two books in this series which still have to come out, those of Eric and Jace. So consider this a word of warning…don’t read any further is you HATE spoilers…also you might want to pick up the book and just hold onto it until you get a chance to read Jace and Eric’s books first.This was a great story and a beautiful summation to the series which still has two books to publish. OK, I’ll get off this soapbox now. Trey has been pining for Brian since they were kids and he is finally forced to move on. But as he makes this realization he meets Reagan who really sets his world on end. But can Trey really be happy with Reagan in the long run?Ultimately it’s a story about accepting yourself and others as they are. The heart can’t help who it loves, it’s the brain we have to convince sometimes. I think Cunning gives Trey an authentic voice and she’s maintained that authenticity throughout. Trey’s lived the rocker lifestyle of sex drugs and rock-n-roll, even he isn’t sure he is ready to settle down, but I think watching what has happened with his bandmates who have settled down, happily, really rattles him as he wonders if he can ever have what they have. Cunning found, created, the perfect girl for him in Reagan. She loves Trey wholeheartedly and only wants to see him happy. It was good to see Trey finally happy. He’s got such a huge heart hidden behind all the bluff and bluster.Looking forward, still, to Jace and Eric’s stories. I will be sad when Sinners comes to an end, because they are some awesome rockers!more
Not my favorite in the series, was really hoping for more with tray.more
great seriesmore
not my favorite, but still enjoyable more
I didnt like the character development in this book. You might as well of left Reagan out of the book. It was more about Trey and Ethan and it annoyed me to read this. The other books had excellent character development so it seems like this author threw some crap story out there to make a buck. more
I was really excited about trey's book. I found this to be too much. The books are out of order which is confusing. There are so many holes. I liked Regan and Trey. I didn't like Ethan's character at all. I started to wish he wasn't there half-way through. Id rather the story just focus on trey and reganmore
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This is weird on multiple levels. I'm not sure why this was published out of order, but even if it had been published in chronological order, the major players in this story besides Trey were little more than caricatures. I wanted to love Reagan, but her badass, rock chick persona was completely at odds with her weird, idiotic dynamic with Ethan. He's gay. No really, we used to have a ton of sex, he's told me he's bi, but I saw him having sex with a guy once and now I treat him like a sexless Ken doll gay friend. The only plausible reason for Ethan to put up with this is a desire to win Reagan back, which is completely at odds with his aggressive moves on Trey (thus recreating the same behavior that broke Reagan and Ethan up in the first place). Cunning bends over backwards to create some plausible sexual constellation for a sustained menage, but in doing so sacrifices any depth or believability in her characters. Everyone is mechanical and predictable, and utterly un-Cunning.more
Another fantastic book in the Sinners series. What ever you are looking for it is here in this hot and steamy book. It had some mf, some mfm, some mmf and some mm, some bondage and D/s. And that is just the side stuff. The ongoing story of the band, the lives of the members in the band and the fans continues to tweek curiousity. The scenes on stage are so beautifully described including lighting, moving stages and the band members on them that you feel you are right there watching and listening from a prime position.

Threads joining the past to the present are preserved and strengthened. Because the book is out of order in release dates the crystal ball to the future only servers to increase the desire to read on.

Reagan, the heroine, is a tomboy with a huge gift in playing the guitar. She is so good the master is challenged and she has not trouble keeping up to Trey in so many ways. Trey is ready to give up all males if he can only keep her. She is willing to welcome one more male into their love to only keep Trey. Her roomate Ethan is Bi, but doesn't know how to addequately explain it to Reagan. Trey however finds the exact right words and everything soon falls into place. The triangle of Trey, Reagan and Ethan works on so many levels.



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Review courtesy of Dark Faerie Tales.Quick & Dirty: This book wasn’t written with me in mind.Opening Sentence: “Trey.”The Review:This book is the final book in the Sinners on Tour series by Olivia Cunning and as some of you may know I like to start with book 1 and work my way through a series. One of the many reasons I prefer to read in the order that an author has written a series allows me to meet and get to know the characters. This was not the case with this series and I’m glad. What do I mean by that statement? If the rest of the series is like this book then I would have not made it through the first book much less the other books to get to Double Time which is the book I’m reviewing.There are not many times that I will intentionally walk away from a book and dread picking it back up again but this book squarely falls into that category. The opening sequence with Trey and Brian was too much for this girl. I knew going into this that there was some male on male but I didn’t anticipate it starting in Chapter 1. If you are in the least bit unsure of whether you want to read about male on male action then I would give this book a wide berth.Promiscuous male characters are a central plot point in many romance stories but Trey’s character seems to have too many plot holes to be a viable character. His interactions with Reagan are charming but were too infrequent for me.Now Reagan has moments in this book where I’m blown away by her effervescence but then she has moments where she has too be one of the stupidest woman on the planet. Her fangirl side really irritated me. I get being blown away by the fact you are in the same room with people you have held in high regard but it always seems to end up with her considering making out with them which is a bit much.The third character in this book is Ethan, who is Reagan’s roommate and former lover. There are moments in this story where he is the Alpha male and then all of the sudden he is portrayed as a man who must be trained and dominated. Doesn’t make much sense to me at all.Overall, this book was not for me and I couldn’t recommend it to someone else. Hopefully if I review another Olivia Cunning book, I will have a better experience.Notable Scene:Trey exited the studio and opened the door to the sound booth. “Ha, Ha, Brian, very funny.” Except it wasn’t Brian playing ‘Gates of Hell’ to perfection. It was that woman. Her dirty-blond hair was cut into a short, sassy style. She wore faded army-green cargo pants, combat boots, a plain white tank top, and not a stitch of makeup. She held her red Stratocaster with authority and played it as if it was her little bitch. The woman was a fucking goddess.Reagan slapped her hand on her guitar strings to stop their vibration. Trey Mills had burst into the recording booth and scared the shit out of her. Now he stood there in the open door gaping at her and setting her heart aflutter. The last time she’d felt like this was the day she’d met Ethan Conner, and that had turned out to be the most fucked up experience of her life. She didn’t need this kind of nipple-tingling distraction right now. She needed to concentrate on her audition.FTC Advisory: Sourcebooks Casablanca provided me with a copy of Double Time: Sinners on Tour. No goody bags, sponsorships, “material connections,” or bribes were exchanged for my review.more
Sigh… Trey Mills, finally.

I really, really, REALLY wanted to wait for book 3 and 4 to come out first, but I just couldn’t wait any longer – I just HAD to read it.

He is my absolute favorite Sinner and I loved to the see different sides of him. I expected a different vibe for this book, goofier somehow but I still loved the way he was portrayed. His vulnerabilities were explored which you rarely get to see as he tends to cover them with jokes. No worries though, there are still plenty scenes that’ll make you laugh.

I felt like Reagan was a really great match for him, although I’d be a much better match ;). She was a very likeable character that I liked reading about and she, too, has vulnerabilities and prejudices to overcome. With Ethan however I had some troubles, I didn’t like him as much.

But even not liking Ethan, the sex scenes were amazing and if you like variety, there’s MM, MFM and FM – so everyone should find something they like ;-)

I want my own Trey Mills, please! And while I wait for him to arrive, I’m already excite to read Jace’s story.more
Reviewed by: JenBook provided by: PublisherReview originally posted at Romancing the BookThis was the first book that I’ve read by Olivia Cunning and it definitely won’t be the last. I was very happy to learn that this books stands all by itself, although the couples from the prior two books do make appearances, having read their stories isn’t a must. And I’ve always been a little curious about the rock star lifestyle, so when this book crossed my path, I knew I needed to read it. From page one, the reader is thrown into the erotic world of rock ‘n’ roll and I for one was thrilled to go on this ride.Trey Mills is quite the character. He’s one of the guitarists from The Sinners. He’s bisexual and has it bad for his best friend and band mate. But said band mate, Brian, is married and a new father and Trey decides that he needs to let go. So, he swears off men and then he meets Reagan (a girl, by the way) and they become inseparable and a whirlwind courtship begins. But Trey has sexual needs that Reagan can’t fulfill and Trey tries his best not to stray. Enter Ethan, Reagan’s ex, who is also bisexual… and oh boy, what was a erotic book up to that point, well, it bursts into flames.I really enjoyed the sweetness, even though the sex was hot, romance between Reagan and Trey. Both of them have had disappointing love lives in their past, but are drawn to each other. But Reagan doesn’t know about Trey’s previous lifestyle and throughout much of the book, he’s hiding his urges and tempering his wilder cravings. Reagan on the other hand is trying to adjust to being the new guitarist in Exodus End (Trey’s brother’s band) and the limelight that it brings… on top of being Trey’s girlfriend. Watching these two get past all their issues and actually blossom was fun… and when they brought Ethan in, well, pass me a daiquiri and fan.Once I got reading, I didn’t want to stop. Yes, I think the book would have been enhanced by having read the prior books. But, I was able to keep up and really didn’t feel like I was missing out on anything but a little backstory regarding Trey’s band mates. However, all I needed to know was given to me in this story and I was more than pleased with the result. And I think the only thing that really drug the story down was Trey’s well, obsession with Brian. I was tired of it relatively quickly and wanted it resolved sooner rather than later. But that was really more a minor irritation and didn’t take away from the overall enjoyment of the story.Fair warning there is m/m action from the first page. So, if that’s not your thing, I wouldn’t suggest this book.more
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. (And with the number of erotica books I've read, that's saying a lot.) Trey's story is not so different from Cunning's other Sinners On Tour books, but I don't read Olivia Cunning for a twisted plot-line or multi-layered cast of characters. I read Olivia Cunning for the creative, quiver-inducing sex scenes that go on for several delicious chapters, feeding my fantasies.Double Time comes out in November, and when it's released, buy it, hide out, and finish every last drop.more
4.5 StarsGoodReads Synopsis: Olivia Cunning delivers the perfect blend of steamy sex, heartwarming romance, and a wicked sense of humor in this menage story featuring the hottest guy in the Sinners band.Trey Mills, the notoriously sexy Sinners rhythm guitarist, gives up his bisexual lifestyle and is swept into a hot, heady romance with Reagan Elliot, a female rock star sensation. But when Trey encounters Reagan's sexy bisexual roommate, Ethan Conner, he can no longer deny who he is or what he wants. Reagan heartily agrees to a solution that opens up a hot new world of sexual experience--and love--with the two men she wants the most.**WARNING this is an ADULT title intended for an audience of 18+**My Thoughts: LOVED this book…but, I gotta warn you. The publisher has decided to print this title out of the order the author intended. This book was intended to be the last book in the Sinners series. So it spoils some of the two books in this series which still have to come out, those of Eric and Jace. So consider this a word of warning…don’t read any further is you HATE spoilers…also you might want to pick up the book and just hold onto it until you get a chance to read Jace and Eric’s books first.This was a great story and a beautiful summation to the series which still has two books to publish. OK, I’ll get off this soapbox now. Trey has been pining for Brian since they were kids and he is finally forced to move on. But as he makes this realization he meets Reagan who really sets his world on end. But can Trey really be happy with Reagan in the long run?Ultimately it’s a story about accepting yourself and others as they are. The heart can’t help who it loves, it’s the brain we have to convince sometimes. I think Cunning gives Trey an authentic voice and she’s maintained that authenticity throughout. Trey’s lived the rocker lifestyle of sex drugs and rock-n-roll, even he isn’t sure he is ready to settle down, but I think watching what has happened with his bandmates who have settled down, happily, really rattles him as he wonders if he can ever have what they have. Cunning found, created, the perfect girl for him in Reagan. She loves Trey wholeheartedly and only wants to see him happy. It was good to see Trey finally happy. He’s got such a huge heart hidden behind all the bluff and bluster.Looking forward, still, to Jace and Eric’s stories. I will be sad when Sinners comes to an end, because they are some awesome rockers!more
Not my favorite in the series, was really hoping for more with tray.more
great seriesmore
not my favorite, but still enjoyable more
I didnt like the character development in this book. You might as well of left Reagan out of the book. It was more about Trey and Ethan and it annoyed me to read this. The other books had excellent character development so it seems like this author threw some crap story out there to make a buck. more
I was really excited about trey's book. I found this to be too much. The books are out of order which is confusing. There are so many holes. I liked Regan and Trey. I didn't like Ethan's character at all. I started to wish he wasn't there half-way through. Id rather the story just focus on trey and reganmore
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