Destroyed : Lost in Oblivion

  • by Taryn Elliott, Cari Quinn
  • Narrated by Wen Ross, Kai Kennicott
  • Series: Lost in Oblivion
  • 9 hrs and 17 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Only one woman has ever refused him...and she's the only one he wants.
Now that he's successful beyond his wildest dreams with his band Oblivion, Simon Kagan is happy to enjoy his all-access pass to the groupie train. After getting more fists in the ribs than hugs growing up, he discovers having a warm female in his bed is an easy way to escape the loneliness.
Until Margo.
From the moment the classy, buttoned up violinist entered his sphere, he knew she was different. After one amazing night in the studio, he feels like he's finally connected with someone on a deeper level - only to have her walk away without a backward glance.
As a member of the Boston Symphony orchestra, Margo Reece's life revolves around the regimented structure of a second chair violinist. But Simon's uncanny ability to crawl into a song and create a smoky, sin-filled experience translated into the hottest night of her life. She walked away afterward because that's what she was supposed to do.
And Margo always does what she's supposed to.
Until Simon.
When she's called on again to blend her sound with Oblivion's, she has to make the decision to play it safe or let her wild side free.

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I WAS LOST IN OBLIVION OVER THIS HOT ROMANCE

I've loved all these sexy Rockers but Super Slut Simon is in a league of his own - because he wants to be good - to give it a try with Margo, wants a more meaningful relationship and wants to get over the constant faceless nameless women that desire nothing more than sex and bragging rights. But Margo keeps running away from him despite their hot sexual chemistry and intense sexual activities and it's frustrating the Hell out of him because he feels their connection and knows that this is different... and could lead to so much more.

All through Margo's family there's never been a successful partnership so she doesn't know how to handle the feelings she gets when she's around the super bad, super sexy and super charismatic Lead Singer of Oblivion. She's lived a sheltered life of a child prodigy - always being told what to do and what not to do by her cold hearted Mother which also included her many failings so she's shy, insecure and reserved. However, being around Oblivion and especially Simon awakens hidden talents, hidden desires, and hidden dreams.... but dare she take the risk and put her trust and her future in Simon... and in Oblivion? And how long will Simon remain interested in her?

This was everything that I expected and so so much more - intense feelings, hot sex, a God of a Rocker and an addictive push/pull relationship that frustrated the Hell out of me. I expected the cliffhanger ending because of the previous reviews and I'm looking forward to book 3.5. B U T I'm so sick of Authors/Publishers or whomever is responsible for continuing to break stories up like this - it's not necessary, it's not nice and it's not bloody appreciated. All through this (and many other) Series there have been .5 additions to incomplete stories - PLEASE PLEASE give us, your fans, WHOLE books that we can relish, enjoy and come away with that 'feel good' feeling instead of ripping us off and forcing us to spend more money if we want to hear how the story ends for characters we've grown to love.

Worth a credit? A very enjoyable story, great characters and the narration was great- so YES creditworthy.... I just wish I didn't have to use another one to hear the whole story.
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- CAROLYN "I love being swept away by a new romance and thankfully Audible's ever growing Library means I get to indulge myself over and over again"

Hot!!!

Combine the author talents with the amazing talents of Kai and Wen and you have an explosion of hotness that just keeps coming! Seriously one hell of a volcanic read!!
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- Bonnie Bracken

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-22-2016
  • Publisher: Taryn Elliott, Cari Quinn