If you’ve been living under a rock for the past year and haven’t heard of Olivia Cunning and her Sinners on Tour series, or if you simply hadn’t had a chance to buy them and read them yet…we are here to help you!  The Sinners on Tour series is all about extremely naughty and delicious rock stars.  How can you go wrong with that?  Whether they are writing music while blowing your mind with orgasms or tilting your world upside down from the top of a building, these are bad boys you shouldn’t miss.

And since we are talking about rock stars and concerts, we thought we’d share about our first concert experience.  Because sometimes we can be groupies too.

My first concert was with The Good, The Bad and the Queen at the KoolHaus in Toronto. They are an indie British alternative rock group. My best friend won tickets (the first of many times) and she took me with her. I remember the weird guy with the big top hat and lots and lots of drinks. The KoolHaus is a slightly smaller venue with a more intimate setting which gives the whole place a nice vibe. So it was definitely a cool experience (especially since it was free!). I just remember wishing I had worn better shoes cause after my feet were killing me!

I don’t have much experience with music concerts because I had never been big on music.  But I have been in a few good ones only because my friends dragged me to go.  The one concert worth mentioning is Lollapalooza July 1992 at the Shoreline Amphitheater.  We had lawn, not seats.  I know, that’s the only tickets we can afford.  No food fight but everyone was stoned, not me of course because I’ve always been an angel.  Main Stage Bands were Red Hot Chili Peppers, Ministry, Ice Cube, Soundgarden, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Pearl Jam, Lush.  Some of them I wasn’t even familiar with.  We ignored Pearl Jam since they were not that popular yet. While they were playing we went and bought beer and T-shirts.  Best performance was Red Hot Chili peppers, Flee, lead guitar was on diapers.  He was probably stoned. LOL.  The big difference now, is that back then I didn’t appreciate the rock stars.  I didn’t appreciate their talents or their hot bods and now I do thanks to Olivia Cunning. 

I have a shameful secret: I am a 26 year old virgin….concert wise anyways! I have never been to a music concert, it is one of those embarressing facts about myself that I try and hide, but I thought it was time to come out of the closet and confess! It’s not that I don’t want to go, I do but I clearly have sucky friends who like bands like *cringes* Steps and Girls Aloud and frankly if I wanted to watch some middle ages has beens and girls with more make up on than clothes I would just go to a karoke bar! 

Ahhh my first concert, at least that made an impression enough to be mentioned here because I was at least a teenager, was my first love…STING!  I’ve had a crush on that man since the first time I heard EVERY BREATH YOU TAKE.  His voice can make my panties melt and the fact that he exudes sex is not bad either.  So a girlfriend and I HAD to go.  We got the cheapest tickets known to man, stood in lines to get in the stadium for hours (it started raining halfway through our wait so we were completely soaked by the time we got in).  Then we managed to weave our way through certain security areas and ended up in the VIP seats and took some empty ones for the duration of the concert.  Best night ever.  He came out wearing his black leather pants, black tshirt no sleeves nfitted to his chest, short and picky blonde hair….and then he opened his mouth and all was good in my world.


Olivia Cunning delivers the perfect blend of steamy sex, heartwarming romance, and a wicked sense of humor in this menage story featuring the hottest guy in the Sinners band.

Trey Mills, the notoriously sexy Sinners rhythm guitarist, gives up his bisexual lifestyle and is swept into a hot, heady romance with Reagan Elliot, a female rock star sensation. But when Trey encounters Reagan’s sexy bisexual roommate, Ethan Conner, he can no longer deny who he is or what he wants. Reagan heartily agrees to a solution that opens up a hot new world of sexual experience–and love–with the two men she wants the most.

In preparation for the release of the third book in this series, DOUBLE TIME, we are giving away two Sinners prize packs.  
That means two lucky maidens will get BOTH books.  Print.  US/Can only.  
Giveaway sponsored by Sourcebooks

Five stunning guys, one hot woman, and a feverish romance…

For him, life is all music and no play…

When Brian Sinclair, lead songwriter and guitarist of the hottest metal band on the scene, loses his creative spark, it will take nights of downright sinful passion to release his pent-up genius…

She’s the one to call the tune…

When sexy psychologist Myrna Evans goes on tour with the Sinners, every boy in the band tries to seduce her. But Brian is the only one she wants to get her hands on…

Then the two lovers’ wildly shocking behavior sparks the whole band to new heights of glory… and sin…

An ultimatum can break your heart….

Every night lead singer, Sed Lionheart whips thousands of women into a frenzy with his voice alone. But the stage is the only place Sed feels any passion since he lost Jessica…

If you’re not willing to break all the rules…

It shattered her heart, but law student Jessica broke off her engagement to Sed, determined to be successful on her own terms. But no other man can ever hold a candle to Sed…

Then a chance meeting and tortuously close quarters lead to uncontrollable flares of passion and rediscovery of their unique penchant for public encounters. Now, in addition to the risk of mutual heartbreak every time they get together, they’re in danger of truly scandalous public exposure…

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  1. This is an awesome giveaway ladies!

    My first concert was the Anger Management tour. Eminem, Linkin Park, Papa Roach and a few others.

    I sat on the lawn with my fellow crazies 🙂

  2. My first concert was for an awesome little indie band called Dashboard Confessional. I had liked them for a while, then heard they were coming to my university. I was stoked. I got tickets for $10, and had the time of my life. 😀

  3. First concert experience was a Christian rock concert when I was 14 or 15. The lyrics may have been different but people still had mosh pits and acted crazy.
    This series sounds pretty hot!Thanks for the chance to win!

  4. I swear I am on the same reading schedule as this blog. I just finished On Dublin Street at the same time and I am currently wrapped around my kindle with Rock Hard. I have been LOVING this series and Im so excited I dont have to wait long for Trey’s book.
    I’d love to have papercopies of these series to display on my keeper shelf and to lend out to friends. Thanks for the amazing giveaway.
    As for my first concert, I was in Grade 8 and it was the J Giles Band at the London Gardens. We got there so early in line for the concert that we were pushed right up against the front. What an experience. I love rock concerts so I totally love this series.
    Thanks again!

  5. Too be honest can’t remember my first concert (many, many years ago), but I do remember seeing The Police perform as the opening act for another group, but I can’t remember which one! Amazing concert! Thanks for sharing!

  6. My first concert… I couldn’t even remember, but I think it was when I went to Mexico with my best friend and we went to see Bronco… It was fun! But here in the US, I saw so many celebs at the club, that I can remember which one I actually saw first… May have been Ginuwine…

  7. My first concert was Tim Mcgraw, I had a huge crush on him when I was about 15 or 16 so my parents got tickets as a birthday present:) I haven’t read these books yet but they sound great!

  8. I don’t remember this, but my Dad took me to ACDC when I was 2 and Phil Rudd the drummer gave me his drum sticks….(I still have them)



  9. It was Weird Al Yankovic, when I was 9 or 10. It was pretty awesome, because it was like seeing a bunch of different acts. He’d have his Devo parody, his Michael Jackson parody, his James Brown parody, and so forth, all pretty elaborate. I still think he rocks. My brother wasn’t so happy to be there, though…


  10. So I want to be Jessie’s Girl!- Yes Rick Springfield was my 1st concert and I am proud of it- since then I have been to many, many different concerts- but I love my Sinners and Sole Regret! sdylion(at)gmail(dot)com

  11. My first concert was Journey, Deep Purple and Blue Oyster Cult. WOW! Really showing my age here, lol! It was at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA and it was OUTSTANDING!!! I was 15 years old 🙂 Good times!
    Thank you for this amazing giveaway!
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  12. One of the first concerts I attended was a long time ago…think back to prehistoric times before The Police and Sting were popular. We saw them in a small arena, about 2000 people there and I only paid $14 for my ticket. Awesome concert.

  13. Rod Stewart was the first artist I saw in concert. It was in his ’80’s heyday and I went with a bunch of people on a charter bus so we didn’t have to drive! I remember it was a lot of fun!

  14. Apart from the concerts thrown in my city for the Wine festival the first concert I went out of my way to go see was Tokio Hotel when I was 15
    It was three hours there and back with seix teenagers squished into a tiny car with a creepy uncle who didnt stop chain smoking and despite the fact that we were ALL smokers it was way to much for even us not to mention the AC was broken in the middle of summer so we about expired before we reached the concert city haha
    It was worth it tho, a lot of fun

  15. Def Leppard 1983-Pyromania Tour. I have never missed a tour date in Dallas, TX since.

    Van Halen tour 1984 (David Lee Roth left the band shortly after the tour) I’ve never missed a Van Halen tour date in Dallas since.

    Yes, I’m 45 and I still like Rock & Roll!

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  16. My first concert was John Legend with opening act India Arie. Can I just say that Legend is some kind of yummy! I spent the evening dancing and dreaming…:)

  17. My first one ever was the New Kids on the Block. 4th grade maybe? I loved it! My first more grown up one was in middle school. My mom and her friends took me to see the Rolling Stones. Was so much fun and quite a show.

    Thanks ladies!

  18. Well let’s see here, my first concert experience was good and bad. I was 13 yrs old and my mom took me to see Bon Jovi and Cinderalla and while it was great I started having really bad cramps in my stomach (you know where this is going) anyhoo I dealt with it and tried to enjoy the concert so when I got home low and behold I was blessed or not lol with the monthly joy we get to have as women. Needless to say it was very memorable!!

  19. It’s been a long time since my first concert experience – the excitement of the crowd is so infectious, you come out all wound up & ready to listen to the music all the way home!

  20. Its okay Suzanne! I have a shameful secret too *hangs head in shame* lol. I’ve never been to a concert either. I’ve always wanted to go to one, but just haven’t gotten around to it. I wanted to go to the Hollywood Bowl last summer, every year they have different concerts and the one I always wanted to go to was the Reggae Night one. I frickin’ missed ZIGGY MARLEY! *sigh* My sis came back and told me it was awesome. I didn’t go because then no one would be home to watch the children 🙁 (Not my children of course) lol. One day… one day.


  21. Believe it or not, Willie Nelson. And it was this year and I am turning 40! Foo Fighters is much more my speed, but my father-in-law wanted company for the concert, so I went with him.

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  22. I didn’t get the chance to go to a concert until I was in high school, I was so excited, it was the All American Rejects.

    Thanks for having the giveaway!

  23. I adore going to concerts, the base so loud you feel it in your chest, the press of the crowd, the pure live sound…nothing like it.
    My first concert was a Jars of Clay concert, they are amazing and even brought some violin players! My most recent concert was Shinedown at Sturgis, what a great show. Amazing singer, hot guitar player, and all the bikes reving their engines.

  24. The first concert that I went to was the Ohio State Fair to see the Osmonds. I was in love in Donnie. All the concerts at the fair were free way back then. My girlfriend and I waited in line for a couple of hours.
    Then we were handed chairs and made a mad dash for a place to sit on the track. It was amazing, I took a lot of pictures.
    luvfuzzzeeefaces at yahoo dot com

  25. I remember going to a Reba McIntire/Lee Greenwood concert when I was pretty little. The first concert that I specifically requested we attend was Alabama when I was 11 years old. Best birthday present!!

  26. I did not know this series/author so thanks for sharing. I think my first concert was an absolutely horrid beach boys concert in Maine. Luckily it did not ruin me for future concerts.

  27. I did not know this series/author so thanks for sharing. I think my first concert was an absolutely horrid beach boys concert in Maine. Luckily it did not ruin me for future concerts.

  28. No judging but mine was 98 degrees. I was very much into boy bands and when they came to Wild Adventures, my mom got front row seats. I still have all my pictures from that night 🙂

  29. My first concert was Aerosmith, I think. Lol.
    A friend and I got lawn seats. I met a really cute guy to hang out with and my friend ditched me for her ex. So…I was hanging out with some guy that I didn’t know just wandering around looking for my friend and another guy comes up to me, remarks on my stomach, and hands me 2 front row tickets!! I could not believe it! Well, I was wearing a half shirt, but I am sure that is not the reason why. 😉
    Awesome giveaway, ladies. Thank you.

  30. I saw Billy Joel with my parents when I was 10 or 11. I don’t remember much other than my parents commenting on the people behind us “smoking”.

    I did take my girls, then 5 & 7, to their first music festival last September. It was Rifflandia and they were so excited to see AWOLnation USS, and Cold War Kids. It was very chill and kid friendly, a great first event for them.

  31. I can really remember my first concert but I can tell you about the last one that I went to was back in June …
    I just finish the Double Time, Awesome book and really enjoyable read (haven’t read the others yet but will be)

  32. This may sound crazy… but I’ve never been to a concert but if I could it would be a Three Days Grace or Simple Plan concert. Thanks for the giveaway!

  33. I’ve never been to a concert before :'( But I’d love to go see Wisin y Yandel, or Rakim & Ken-Y (Very HOT & SExy Puerto Ricans ;])

    Thanks for the giveaway ladies!

    Neyra –

    darkestaddictions at yahoo dot com

  34. My first concert was Brittney Spears. I was 7 years old and my dad and his girlfriend at the time took me. I got home around midnight on a school night and my dad got a earful from my mom lol! I had a great time tho!

  35. I was um 15ish. Haha. And I know Metallica played and after that well I was too busy making out with the hottie next to my seat. A friend parents were going through a divorce at the time and felt hey as long as I buy my daughter and a few of her friends tickets they could all go together. So we got to go to that and then have a party at my moms house after. Of course we invited the hot boys since my mom never got off work until 3am anyway. Hehe. What a concert don’t remember thing other then the boys! LOL. xstitchdiva at att dot net

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