Slick’s Review – Perfect Pitch (Found in Oblivion #5) by Cari Quinn & Taryn Elliott

The Found In Oblivion series has been interesting to me because the “feel” of the books have been so different and Perfect Pitch goes to the gritty underbelly, the dark side of fame and it was fantastically done. ~ Slick, Guilty Pleasures

Blurb:
A lead singer, a professor, and another lead singer walk into a bedroom…

Molly McIntire loves her career as the lead singer of the band Warning Sign. Who she does not love?

The cocky, seductive lead singer of The Grunge, rockstar Luc Moreau, who through a series of misfortunate events ends up singing with her.

In her band. On her stage. Together.

It’s like getting naked, with a microphone between them. So is there any surprise they’re tempted to hate screw each other afterward?

But someone sees them with their tempers running hot. And open-minded Professor Ethan Haywood wants them both, in every dirty, decadent way. For a night or so much more.

Except he’s not the only one who’s watching them—and the band. Their every move is being monitored, and when the lights go out, not everyone will still be standing.

Suddenly it’s not just about falling into bed for Molly, Luc, and Ethan, but falling in love when everything they know and love is in danger.

Author’s note: This book contains mènage scenes, and while the men are always focused on the woman, they also focus on each other. With and without their clothes on.

Author’s note part deux: While the romantic relationship ends in a full HEA, there are ongoing events that will not be fully explained or resolved until the next book, Raw Rhythm.

I’ve been reading this writing duo since long before they were a writing duo and I’ve been down a lot of roads with them over the years and having just finished Perfect Pitch, I’m going to be honest and say I’m a little raw. It’s not the first time they’ve brought me to this spot, and I’m sure it won’t be the last, but my emotions are a bit of a jumbled mess right now and I apologize if my review reflects that. The Found In Oblivion series has been interesting to me because the “feel” of the books have been so different and Perfect Pitch goes to the gritty underbelly, the dark side of fame and it was fantastically done. Yes, this is a romance and it is a romance between three people and that part of the story was intense, sexy, and so perfect for the three people involved, but someone is harassing the band and in this book we see just how serious they are and it is somewhat terrifying.

Molly McIntire has waited her whole life to be a famous singer, she is talented beyond belief and it seems like things are going well until she hears something in what should have been a private meeting and finds herself in a sign off with Luc Moreau, whose days as front man for The Grunge are about over . What she doesn’t expect is her recent hook-up, Ethan Haywood, and Luc so easily deciding a night of sex between the three of them is what they all need to burn off the extra energy rolling off of them. I loved the way these three complimented each other and how easily their lives melded from the start. There was no real posturing and it was obvious that while they spent a little time one on one, it was the three of them together that made their relationship work. At times I did feel a little bad for Ethan since his job as a professor kept him segregated from the musicians in his life, but I also loved how his logical brain and his words always calmed them both. In turn, they were willing to do anything to protect Ethan and his career, something he made damn sure they knew he didn’t need. My one complaint, I wanted more time with them really getting to know one another, sharing their backgrounds, their struggles, their accomplishments, their families or lack of, I wanted to see that cerebral connection on top of the physical one which was hot as f*ck, but I wanted to see that what they had went beyond and I’m hoping we get that in the next book.

Warning Sign has a new hot shot producer and he plans to take them into the stratosphere and it appears to be working until things come crashing down around them. I’ll be honest folks, it was brutal, but I trust Cari and Taryn to get their readers through this because they have never let us down before.

Perfect Pitch is sexy, it is shocking, and there is an air of mystery surrounding this band now and I for one am more the ready to see how everything plays out.

Review copy provided for a voluntary review.

4.5 stars

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