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Book 0.5 of the rockstar series, Lost in Oblivion.

Music kept them going. Now it might tear them apart…

Guitarist Nick Crandall has one focus in his life—Oblivion, the band he started with his closest friends, lead singer Simon Kagan and bassist Deacon McCoy. After losing their drummer to rehab, they’re struggling. Until Deacon poses a surprising suggestion.

Bring in someone new. Two new someones, and one of them happens to be a chick.

One YouTube video gone viral later, the band is heading to the top faster than they ever dreamed.

If the band doesn’t break up—and hearts don’t get broken—before they manage to sign their first recording contract.

**The guys are in the driver's seat in Seduced…and the ride's gonna rock. This prequel is the novel-length introduction to the band Oblivion and occurs before the books about each of the band members.**

Book Reviews

Seduced (Lost in Oblivion, 0.5)
Average rating
4.5 / 5
Great Intro to this new rock band series
February 17th, 2015
This prequel novel by Cari Quinn and Taryn Elliott introduces us to the gritty, realistic world of the up and coming rock band Oblivion. While each of the 4 main male characters will eventually have his story told, this one alternates between the point of view of Nick the guitarist, and Simon the lead singer. It tells of the early days of the band and their struggles to make it into the spotlight. The characters relationships with each other, with sex, drugs, alcohol and rock and roll are what make up this well crafted story. This is the first time I've read a book that delved into the world of a rock band. I wasn't sure whether I would like it as my tastes generally run towards more contemporary and historical romance. I had read and enjoyed some of Cari's earlier works and decided to give it a shot. I am so glad I did! I found it to be a refreshing change, an honest appraisal of what might (and likely does) happen behind the scenes of a working rock group. There are no apologies here - the sex, the language, the music, all feel very real. I found myself drawn into this gritty world with no reservations. I look forward to continuing the journey as each character's story is revealed. A solid 4 stars.
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