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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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful


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

4 or 5 stars go down to 1

If you like being cheated and left on a cliffhanger so you'll buy the next book go ahead and read this. I was going to give it four or five stars till they did that. And I was going to buy the next book anyway - in fact I may already have, I really liked these writers. But they have left a nasty taste, actually an incomplete book, and with no warning. They are out of integrity on this one point and I would like them to fix it and reissue the book.
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- Marianne

Book Details

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