Blame It on the Bass

  • by Lexxie Couper
  • Narrated by Scarlet Chase
  • 7 hrs and 35 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Can they mend his broken heart?
After a horrific accident robs rock legend Levi Levistan and his longtime partner, Corbin, of their dream of becoming parents, Levi is lost in a sea of grief. Until he runs into an old high school flame and their chemistry reignites.
Corbin Smith is intent on bridging the chasm between their hearts. But witnessing his lover's steamy onstage kiss with a woman jolts him to the core with sexual arousal. And he realizes the key to their healing is standing in Levi's arms.
As an erotic romance editor, nothing much unsettles Sonja Stone. She's not even surprised by her body's powerful reaction to Levi's kiss. But when Corbin approaches them, eyes smoldering with hunger, his suggestion shakes her to the core. Sensing their unspoken wounds, Sonja agrees to take a chance on a threesome.
Their union is explosively perfect, but something is holding Levi back from sealing their searing emotional connection. Something that could destroy their love once and for all....
Warning: This book contains angst, torment, sarcasm, humor, scorching m/m sex, searing m/f sex, and explosive m/m/f sex. And a memory of a horrific past that may disturb some listeners.


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Arrogant Contolling Asshole

This story could have been fun it not for Levi being such an arrogant controlling asshole to his current male lover Corbin and old girlfriend Sonya. Evidently Levi was brutally abused as a boy which he took as permission to control and demean his lovers. The idea of Levi becoming a father was scary; he would probably enjoy beating his kid too.

The relationship between Corbin was sweet and loving, while Levi treated both people he claimed to love with contempt, anger and cruelty. It was totally unbelievable that Corbin and Sonya would find his insensitive & insulting behavior to be romantic or erotic.

Corbin and Sonya kept wanting Levi to share his feelings and thoughts, not realizing that Levi was a sociopath who wasn't capable of love, empathy or tenderness. I tried to hang on until the end, hoping that Sonya and Corbin would dump him, but I gave up listening when the sex scenes were so cold and calculating it gave me the creeps.

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-15-2015
  • Publisher: Insatiable Press