Finally, Joey and Stoli are in a relationship. It’s all new and unsure and adorable. They are on tour with the rest of the band experiencing the life of success. Mostly...
For a rock band the book is awfully uneventful. I just feels like nothing happens. There is one big, scary event but I don’t know. The story just feels like it drags. I do love the new relationship with Stoli and Joey. They have great chemistry and are so cute together. They are truly charming. I also love how the rest of the band acts toward them. Playful banter. Sex jokes. It is sweet and entertaining. The author also added more song lyrics which is such a great touch. Overall, this I enjoyed the second book in the Social Sinners series.
Joey is part of the rock band Social Sinners. When he catches his boyfriend cheating he starts to fall into a deep dark hole. Long time friend and bandmate, Stoli, may just be the light that helps him out of the dark.
I have to say I wasn’t sure what to expect as I’ve never read this author before. My music tastes don’t exactly go in line with Social sinner but the author actually shares the lyrics which is a nice, detailed touch. However, the first half of the story is very slow moving and jumpy. The romance is primarily between Joey and Lucas. Lucas who I didn’t like and as the blurb states, not liking him for a good reason. The sex scenes are hot but because they’re between Joey and Lucas, with Lucas cheating, it makes them not so sexy. There wasn’t really much romance between Joey and Stoli which made me question if this was really a romance book. It was more about Joey and Social Sinners becoming famous. This book had a lot of potential. I’m excited to read the next book in the series.