Insatiable by Michelle Hazen is the third book in the Sex, Love, and Rock & Roll series. A backstage pass into the world of the Red Letters, a band with musicians who must overcome obstacles to have it all. Living a life in the public eye is never easy, and it’s even more challenging when you’re trying to overcome an addiction. This is one crazy, wild ride and it’s worth every penny!
Jackson Sterling has a dark past and a powerful addiction to overcome. With the support of his band he’s managed to handle most of the temptations until Ava walked into his life. Will he finally find someone to be himself with and ease his pain? Can he find a way to overcome his new vice? Jax will surprise you and leave you wanting more, so much more.
Both Ava and Jax have a complicated past that could destroy their careers. One night will change everything and force them to finally face the very thing that could change their lives forever. A hot connection doesn’t make for a lasting relationship unless acceptance and forgiveness can be reached. Who will accept and who will forgive?
Trust, addiction, power, control, and the adrenaline rush are just a few things that bring this book on a wild ride through the life of a singer. Are you ready to dive into another wild ride with the Red Letters for their next tour?
Michelle Hazen delivers and emotionally satisfying story of a man who has so much to offer, so much to give, and so much to live for. I am thrilled his story is finally being told. This story is Scorchin hot. Caution, may lead to unexpected need to turn on the A/C.
While this book does contain spoilers to earlier books in the series it can be read as a standalone. If you’re the type of reader who enjoys reading a series from start to finish then I highly recommend reading the first two books to fully enjoy the band and the journey they’re on. Please note that the first book I read was Playing the Pauses and I didn’t feel confused. Instead I found myself needing to add Fill me to my must read list to read.
I received an ARC for a fair and honest review. Don’t miss your chance to read it today. Get your copy here.
Copyright © 2018 Michelle Hazen
“Jax, wait!” She grabs my arm.
“Still not ready to sleep?”
Please God, let her ask me to hold her. That happens in Jera’s romance novels all the time. And okay, the heroes never pop inappropriate wood, but that’s just because they’re a bunch of P~$$ies.
Ava nods, and I can’t quite read the look in her eye. Her hand feels soft on my arm and when it drops away, my skin tingles. “If you want to trade in truth or dare for a bedtime story next time, I rock at Dr. Seuss. Jera’s daughter can’t get enough of rhyming.” I half-smile. “Songwriter’s kid, you know.”
“Sorry. You should go catch a nap before the plane lands. I need a new damn boyfriend is all.” Ava sighs. “Hate sleeping alone.”
My heart jolts and I briefly debate the wisdom of jumping up and down, waving my arm in the air. Decide against it on the basis of possible un-coolness points. “You could try your bodyguard. Judging by the look he gave me when I was on my way in here, he’s dying to play Big Spoon.”
Ava laughs. “Yeah, not even a little bit. Plus, his wife is in my knitting group back home.”
“AVA knitting? From the girl who started the skull-with-pink-bow trend, that’s some serious blackmail, so now we’re even.” She still looks glum, so I skim my knuckles down her arm. “Come on, you’re not really alone. You’re on a tiny plane with the world’s most prescient flight attendant, a vampire bat, and a makeup artist whom I suspect of reading the dictionary. For pleasure.”
She laughs, squirming around until she’s straight on the bed again and squinting up at me as a tiny curl falls into her eyes. “You’re crazy weird, you realize that, right?”
“They’re your hand-picked staff, not mine.” I head for the door and pause with my hand on the knob. “I’ll totally stay and cuddle with you, you know. As long as you have sex with me three, maybe four times first.”
“Four?” She pushes her hair out of her face. “Oh, is that all?”
I wink. “‘If you never did, you should. These things are fun, and fun is good.’”
“Oh my God, did you just sex-quote Dr. Seuss at me?” She explodes into my favorite laugh, the gasping snorty one.
I close the door, grinning. Which sucks, because I look like a fool when I realize her bodyguard is still awake, swiveled so he can watch me come out of her airplane’s bedroom.
And he still hasn’t blinked.
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Michelle Hazen is a nomad with a writing problem. Years ago, she and her husband ducked out of the 9 to 5 world and moved into their truck. As a result, she wrote most of her books with solar power in odd places, including a bus in Thailand, a golf cart in a sandstorm, and a beach in Honduras. Currently, she’s addicted to The Walking Dead, hiking, and Tillamook cheese.
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