Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Triple Trouble - Taryn Elliot & Cari Quinn - Review


She wasn't looking to fall in love with one man. Never mind two.

Juliet Reece grew up in the shadow of her seemingly perfect older sister, Margo Reece. While Juliet's wealthy, blue-blood parents dealt with infidelity, Juliet fought for normalcy. Now she's the bassist in Warning Sign, a band on the rise, and she finally feels like she's making space for herself in the world. It's her time to shine, and she's ready to have fun and focus on her career. 

Until Randy "Sparks" Pruitt nearly blows up her life. Literally. 

She can't stand the guy. She definitely hasn't fantasized about gripping a handful of his hair and - no. Not happening. 

Then there's Tristan Eves, Sparks' new friend. He's the exact opposite of Sparks. Playful. Naughty. Arousing. 

Suddenly, she's on the verge of something wilder than she's ever experienced before. Two seductive men, hers for the taking - if she can handle the heat. 

If double trouble is dangerous, watch out for the power of three...


4.5 Stars 

Triple Trouble is another fabulous addition to the Found In Oblivion Series.  Cari Quinn and Taryn Elliott, really know how to write a sexy, steamy and passionate love story.  Triple Trouble features the budding relationship of Juliet, Tristan and Randy.  

Juliet Reece (Jules) is the heroine of the story, the bassist for Warning Signs and the younger sister of Margo Reece from the Lost in Oblivion series.  Jules is one complex character who plays the wild child to the max, but is really quite vulnerable, scarred and troubled by events in her past. 

Randy Pruitt (Rand or Sparks) is the lighting director for Warning Signs and is the younger brother of Harper from the Lost in Oblivion series.  He's a quiet, reserved, sweet, serious, smart and sensitive guy, who can't see his own worth as a person and doesn't see himself as being good enough for Jules, who he's crushed on for months.  He doesn't see himself as the type she would go for, until one night changes his whole perspective. 

Tristan Eves, is the third part of this triad and he is a head chef at The Hollow.  He caters to the celebrity crowd, and has worked incredibly hard to create a name for himself within the food industry.  Tristan is quite enigmatic and commitment and relationships don't even appear on his radar.  Tristan has appeared in the Hammered series, as the best friend of Hunter Jordan. 

I love how all the characters from the Lost in Oblivion and Hammered series, appear as side characters in this series and how their stories are all interconnected.  

Triple Trouble is a wonderfully well written book, the story is engaging and entertaining.  A wonderful mix of steamy love scenes with a romantic story of endearing characters trying to find themselves.  This trio have to face their own insecurities, jealousies and secrets in order to find their happy ever after.  Although each of these characters are complex and quite different in personality, they compliment each other perfectly.  This is a really lovely story of acceptance and love.  I look forward to reading more of this series in the future. 
Bedded Bliss (Found in Oblivion, #1)

Cari Quinn

USA Today bestselling author Cari Quinn wrote her first story—a bible parable—in 2nd grade, much to the delight of the nuns at her Catholic school. Once she saw the warm reception that first tale garnered, she was hooked. Now she gets to pen sexy romances for a living and routinely counts her lucky stars. When she’s not scribbling furiously, she can usually be found watching men’s college basketball, playing her music way too loud or causing trouble. Sometimes simultaneously.

The only thing she loves more than writing is hearing from readers! Visit Cari 

Taryn Elliott
I'm USA Today Bestselling author Taryn Elliott. I'm a music freak who loves everything about telling stories. I have way too many ideas rattling around in my head, but music almost always ends up in the story somehow. I'm very lucky to have a job that allows me to slip into the shoes of musicians, actors, business women, tycoons, bodyguards, chefs, bakers, carpenters, inventors, bartenders, wine makers, artists, and so many more characters to come. Talk about living the dream.