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Review & Excerpt Tour for INSATIABLE by Michelle Hazen
Michelle Hazen is back with INSATIABLE, the next standalone in her Sex, Love, and Rock & Roll series. When a sex addict lead singer falls into friendship with a hard rock diva, he must fight their attraction or risk ruining her life. Fans of rockstar romances will devour this angsty yet heartwarming story about a bad boy who’s a good man.
“Insatiable is a beautiful story about love. There’s romantic love, the love between friends, the often painful love we share with our family, and for Jax, finally the ability to love himself.”—Reads and Reviews Blog
Author: Michelle Hazen
Release Date: July 2, 2018
Series: Sex, Love, and Rock & Roll #3
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Page Count: 322
Jax Sterling is a sex addict with the heart of a golden retriever puppy.
As the lead singer for the Red Letters, it’s easy to hide his loneliness behind his bad boy lifestyle…until he lands on tour with a hard rock goddess who makes him want the relationship he can never have.
Onstage, Ava’s all chains, whips and guitar licks, but the backstage confessions they share are darker than their leather.
She wants Jax, but he wants better for her than him.
But then, bad news drops that threatens the life of one of his bandmates, and the loyalty of the other. Terrified by how little he has left if he loses his best friends, Jax takes the plunge to let someone else into his life.
Until Ava finds out his ugliest sin, and it’s nothing she can forgive.
**This book contains spoilers to earlier books in the series, but can be read and understood as a standalone. No cheating, no cliffhanger, HEA guaranteed.**
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Full Playlist for INSATIABLE
I had a very specific playlist on repeat the whole time I was writing Insatiable, and I still listen to it a ton even though the book’s been done for a while. It’s very deeply emotional, but fun as hell, too, just like the book.
I did a separate post that you can find linked on my website about the songs that inspired the characters of Insatiable. All of those are mixed in here. You can listen to this playlist in any order you like, as long as you’re listening to “Apologies” by Grace Potter when you get to Chapter 24: Apologies, because that’s the song they sing together in that chapter. I’ll add notes for some of the songs, about why I chose them.
Here’s the playlist, so you can listen along!
“It was a Sin” by The Revivalists -This song and the next three could all have been written by Jax, they’re so perfect for him.
“Gold to Glass” by The Revivalists
“Monster” by The Revivalists
“Leave Out All the Rest” by Linkin Park
“Beat the Devil’s Tattoo” by Black Rebel Motorcycle Club – great energy, perfect for any of the scenes where Jax or Ava is performing
“Neon Cathedral” by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – about addiction
“Voodoo Child” by Jimi Hendrix – for any of the concert scenes
“Light of Day” by The Silent Comedy – rollicking good rock and roll
“I’ll Just Fall” by Lucero
“Slow It Down” by The Lumineers – a slow, restful song for when Ava and Jax are cuddling together
“Put the Gun Down” by ZZ Ward
“Starting Over” by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – about how to come back from relapse, and the particular misery of trying to maintain sobriety while in the public eye
“Waiting Game” by Banks – this is such a perfect song for two rock stars in love with each other
“Stay” by Megan Nicole -There are a few times in the book when Ava’s hurting and she asks Jax to stay with her…
“Oblivion” by Bastille
“All I Want” by Kodaline
“Unsteady” by X Ambassadors – this always makes me think of Jax’s relationship with his bandmates and how they all lean on each other.
“Bartholemew” by The Silent Comedy
“People, Turn Around” by Delta Spirit
“Low Life” by X Ambassadors
“Gasoline” by Halsey – this is a total Ava song, showing how conflicted she is about trying to find a positive way to live with her level of fame.
“Soulfight” by The Revivalists – I could listen to this song 30x a day and never get tired of it. Great metaphor for anything you care about.
“Hold On” by Alabama Shakes
“Let it Go” by James Bay
“Colors” by Grace Potter and the Nocturnals
“Apologies” by Grace Potter and the Nocturnals
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About Michelle Hazen:
Michelle Hazen is a nomad with a writing problem. Years ago, she and her husband ducked out of the 9 to 5 world and moved into their truck. As a result, she wrote most of her books with solar power in odd places, including a bus in Thailand, a golf cart in a sandstorm, and a beach in Honduras. Currently, she’s addicted to The Walking Dead, hiking, and Tillamook cheese.
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