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  • Loved It!

    Reid Follett, Owen Morrison, Kendal Grant, Callum Sharp are war heroes, rakes of the first order, handsome, and quite good with the ladies. That is until a quartet of handsome and talented Italian musicians comes to London. All of a sudden, Reid and his friends are being outmaneuvered by the newcomers when it comes to the winning the attention of the ladies. What to do? The four friends are not without musical talent, so they decide to form a quartet of their own. The Noble Lords, their band, is formed to compete with, and hopefully outdo the Italians, with their music and with the ladies. Will they succeed? In this first book of Sasha Cottman’s new series, we meet the friends and learn a bit about them and their situations, setting up the other stories in the series. Reid’s story is a delicious treat. Told from his point of view, it is engaging, has a good dose of drama, and is laugh-out-loud funny. The characters interesting and likeable. The men are talented and arrogant, honorable and caring. Eliza, Reid’s sister, and Lavinia, his singing teacher, are intelligent, independent, and tough enough to handle and take care of the boys in the band. Jonathan, Lavinia’s young son is an absolute delight. Don’t let the snarky banter between Lavinia and Reid fool you. The chemistry between them is white hot, and they are perfect for each other. This is a great start for a new series. I really enjoyed Reid’s story and happily recommend it. Regency Rockstars promises to be quite entertaining. What fun to watch the rakes of the ton become the bad boys in the band. Owen is next. Can’t wait.

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  • spicy romance

    Reid is book one in Sasha Cottman’s Regency Rockstars series. When I first got the book, I thought the title was rather ludicrous. “Regency Rockstars” brought a picture of Kiss in cravats and top hats to mind. After reading it, I understand the pun. Four men form a musical group to woo women of the Ton into their beds. But when they find their competition winning more of the fairer sex, the lead singer Lord Reid Follett realizes he needs to improve his vocal performance. So Reid seeks out a voice teacher. But his world is turned upside down when the teacher ends up being a beautiful woman. I enjoyed this book. There are quite a few sex scenes sprinkled throughout. I think Cottman does a good job of developing Reid’s character. I also liked the way she weaves actual history into her story - mentioning the eruption of the volcano Mount Tambora and its effects on the economy in England in 1815-1816. I am looking forward to the next book in this series: Owen.

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  • Noble Rockstars

    Reid is the first book in the fun new Regency Rockstars series. The series is based on four lords who have returned from the war as heroes, but their popularity to the wicked women is in danger. A group of handsome Italian musicians is stealing the show! The lords decide to challenge the Italians and start their own musical quartet known as the Noble Lords. The perspective of the story from a male and the storyline of regency rockstars is original and very entertaining. Reid, Viscount Follett, was taking on the role of singer, but after hearing the Italians perform he knew he needed help improving his voice. To step up his game he decides to take private singing lessons. He wasn’t expecting the singing tutor, L. Jones, to be a feisty woman or as intimidating. He was used to women gushing over him, but Lavina was not impressed with his title or his voice. As the Noble Lords become more popular, Reid realizes he has no interest in any woman but Lavinia. He is not interested in marriage but two of the lords are being pushed to marry by the end of the summer. Reid is determined the quartet will be a success and have a carefree, fun summer before they get married. Lavinia had been disowned by her family when she married her husband, Peter. Now with Peter gone, she is having to support herself and her son, Jonathan. She takes Reid on as a student but has no expectations that he can stick with the vigorous training. She feels the attraction between Reid and herself, but she tries to deny it. She doesn’t see how there can be a future for them together. This was an interesting book with an original storyline. The characters were well developed and the sneak preview of the other three lords caught my interest. I can’t wait until the next book comes out!

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  • Pleasant

    This is a pleasant book to read and I did enjoy the characters

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