Thursday, November 9, 2017

Inversion by Bianca Sommerland


In Balthazar ‘Ballz’ Bornstein’s professional opinion, every member of the metalcore band, Winter’s Wrath, needs therapy. After years as an army psychologist, the security guard has the training, but working with soldiers was much different from managing men under the spotlight of the music world. Still, he’s making progress. Except for Connor Phelan.

Connor acts like a carefree jock, but Balthazar has glimpsed his inner pain and growing isolation from his bandmates. The young man is far too appealing and his lust for life, his playfulness, and his mischievous smile bring out the Dom in Balthazar. The security guard struggles to keep his job and his desires separate, but he’s losing the fight. More so when competition shows up—Annette Paige, the wild, headstrong backup vocalist of another band.

When a key member is injured, the two bands are forced to work together, but clashing egos, animosity, and passions jeopardize the entire European tour. The best way to keep the steady rhythm is to get the band members to behave professionally. It’s not looking good, but Balthazar will do his best to keep the boys in line. Maybe a curfew will work. There’s also been the suggestion of a leash, but the man he most wants to collar has already been caged by Annette. The Dom in him wonders if he could bring them both to heel.

One word could bring them together. Or tear them apart. A word none of them can ever say… Mine.

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Book 3
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Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

Ruthie☆☆☆☆☆
This is the third book in the series, and I would recommend that you read them all in order, as the band's story unfolds and affects future episodes. You will not regret it, as they are all brilliant!

I love how the initial attraction between these three, very different people becomes something much, much more. Balthazar's desire to give Connor some structure is carefully introduced and so hot. When he also realises how much Annette responds to it, there is a whole new future opening up for the trio. It is so perfect at adding depth to the relationship, and gives stability to artists who need grounding.

The underlying plot moves forward the progress of the band, but has a very disturbing element. I may have shed a tear or two by the end. I do hope that the next book is not too far away, because I worried.


Also Available in the Winter’s Wrath Series

Book 2
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Tell you about me? Hmm, well, there’s not much to say. I love hockey and cars and my kids…not in that order of course! Lol! When I’m not writing—which isn’t often—I’m usually watching a game or a car show while networking. Going out with my kids is my only downtime. I get to clear my head and forget everything.

As for when and why I first started writing, I guess I thought I’d get extra cookies if I was quiet for a while—that’s how young I was. I used to bring my grandmother barely legible pages filled with tales of evil unicorns. She told me then that I would be a famous author.

I hope one day to prove her right.

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Reviewers on the Wicked Reads Review Team were provided a free copy of Inversion (Winter's Wrath #3) by Bianca Sommerland to read and review.

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