Beats – Book 2 in the Hard Rock Harlots Series

WARNING: BEATS is specially formulated for horn dogs, porn oglers, smut peddlers, BDSM junkies, M/M and M/M/F addicts, DP dabblers, and lovers of A2M backdoor sexy times. If you don’t fall into these categories, can’t stomach hot man-on-man action, or if you have no idea what the above acronyms mean, please back away from BEATS now. This isn’t the book you’re looking for. Failure to heed this warning could inadvertently throw unauthorized users into a persistent vegetative state, or at the very least, require administration of a defibrillator to the chest and/or groin area. Nobody wants that. For months, shy drummer Jinx Hardwick has been silently crushing on her tall, dark, and scary bandmate, Toombs Badcock. Drawn to his frightening ink and scars, she yearns to uncover the shadowy secrets lurking behind his silver eyes, but Jinx is too intimidated to even look at him, let alone talk to him. When she stumbles upon Toombs and their manipulative lead guitarist Rax in a compromising position, Jinx realizes her chances of winning Toombs’s heart aren’t just a long shot—they’re nonexistent. To make matters worse, Jinx’s family needs her at home. She’s about to back away from it all—Toombs, the band, her dreams of fame and fortune—when Rax makes her an offer she can’t refuse: a no-holds-barred night alone with Toombs. There’s one small catch. She has to go through Rax to get it.

WARNING: BEATS is specially formulated for horn dogs, porn oglers, smut peddlers, BDSM junkies, M/M and M/M/F addicts, DP dabblers, and lovers of A2M backdoor sexy times. If you don’t fall into these categories, can’t stomach hot man-on-man action, or if you have no idea what the above acronyms mean, please back away from BEATS now. This isn’t the book you’re looking for. Failure to heed this warning could inadvertently throw unauthorized users into a persistent vegetative state, or at the very least, require administration of a defibrillator to the chest and/or groin area. Nobody wants that.
For months, shy drummer Jinx Hardwick has been silently crushing on her tall, dark, and scary bandmate, Toombs Badcock. Drawn to his frightening ink and scars, she yearns to uncover the shadowy secrets lurking behind his silver eyes, but Jinx is too intimidated to even look at him, let alone talk to him. When she stumbles upon Toombs and their manipulative lead guitarist Rax in a compromising position, Jinx realizes her chances of winning Toombs’s heart aren’t just a long shot—they’re nonexistent. To make matters worse, Jinx’s family needs her at home. She’s about to back away from it all—Toombs, the band, her dreams of fame and fortune—when Rax makes her an offer she can’t refuse: a no-holds-barred night alone with Toombs. There’s one small catch. She has to go through Rax to get it.

Beats by Kendall Grey

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Wow this was DEEP. Jinx Hardwick is quite the complex woman. She not only is the drummer in a band of crazy sexed up mo-fo’s but she is also a catholic girl with a strong family bond. These two very distinct personalities are constantly at war in Jinx’s head.

Jink’s has lost the music in her head. With the stress of her family’s financial state and her obsession with her band mate Toombs her playing is suffering. One of the things that keep her grounded is her younger brother who has autism. I loved that in the middle of the insanity that is Killer Buzz Float there are these touching moments that Jinx’s has with her brother over video chat.

The one thing Jink’s wants above all else is Toombs Badcock. But to have Toombs she also has to take Rax, the nastiest craziest one in the band. She doesn’t understand the hold Rax has over Toombs but finally gives in to his terms to a three-way so she can finally have Toombs. But when things are revealed during said tryst the end result is changes for all three. By the end the dynamics of relationships and the band have changed.

How this book ended has me very curious as to what’s next for band. Beats was so much more than just the crazy sexual antics of a rock and roll band, it was full of emotional angst and standing by your loved ones no matter if they have a disability or fetish. Rock on Kendell for another uniquely written book.
(this book isn’t as raunchy as the first one but it still has things those of a meeker nature might find offensive – so if your easily offended don’t read it – if your not enjoy other great book in the Hard Rock Harlots series)

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