Book Title: Sex in Numbers
Author: S.R. Watson & Shawn Dawson
Genre: Erotica/New Adult
Release Date: December 8, 2015
Hosted by: Book Enthusiast Promotions
Lourdes Drake walks into my life like a fucking hurricane. She is the sister of my band mate Xander and she is going to be staying with us at the lake house this summer while we work on our music. Her darkness beckons me. I see through the image she desperately tries to project. She hates everything that I stand for, but she has no clue what I’m capable of. She is supposed to be off limits, but her rebellious nature makes my cock jump with excitement. Finally a challenge that I’m more than willing to accept. I will bend her to my will. I won’t stop until I have her complete submission. Consequences be damned.
Get in and get out. That’s the challenge. My dick accepts.
When S.R. Watson is not writing, she likes to read, listen to various genres of music, make handmade natural soap, and travel. She is down to earth, loves a nice glass of wine, and is addicted to watching the television series Scandal.
Shawn Dawson is an Illinois native who resides in Elgin. He has always been an athlete which has led to many achievements. He is currently a sponsored athlete for Flex Till You're Famous and Buff Bake as well as the brand ambassador of GDD World underwear. He is also a published cover model for fifteen books with more to release. His newest journey has taken him on a different path to pursue writing. He is making his debut as an author along side S.R. Watson with Sex in Numbers. It is book one in the S.I.N. Rock Star Trilogy.
When Shawn is not writing, he enjoys spending time with his fur baby Camden, playing his Xbox, working out, and helping to change the lives of his online clients through coaching.
For me, one of the most important aspects of any book is the characters. If I don't connect with the characters, then I usually won't enjoy the book. Such is the case here. I just didn't like the two main characters very much, especially Diesel. I was so turned off by his attitude toward women in the beginning, I just didn't want to read anymore about him. And Lourdes just didn't resonate for me so I couldn't really drum up interest in her, either. So this was not the book for me, which is a shame because I love stories with a rocker theme.