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Toxic (The Addiction Series Book 1) by [Quinn, Meghan]
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"All in all, one of the most awesome books I have ever read. I never, ever do this, but… 5.5/5"

"“I swear this author should write for TV. Meghan really gives great drama!"

“You’re an addiction I can’t overcome, no matter how hard I try.” – Rook Tyler

His life consists of his best friend, Jack Daniels, his favorite drug of choice and women. Rook Tyler lives for performing at night and wasting the rest of his days washing away the pain from his childhood so he doesn’t have to feel anything...ever. The only people he trusts are his band mates from Shattered Souls and he wants to keep it that way. His life was completely under control and simple until he heard the voice of Maisy Madison filter through The Tavern speakers.

Growing up in the foster care system with her two other band mates from Twisted Perfection, Maisy finds herself doing pretty much anything to get her and her band noticed but nothing seems to be working. One lucky night, Shattered Souls, the most popular band in the country, decides to show up at their little concert and luckily signs them on the spot. But the arena venues and massive amount of fans isn’t what has Maisy shaking in her heels. It’s the deep baritone voice of Rook Tyler that has haunted her dreams for years which has her wondering if she can actually go through with the tour.

The force is almost too strong. He can feel her everywhere he goes and no matter how much he tries to resist her, he finds himself gravitating towards Maisy, wanting to hold her, kiss her and touch her. He knows he shouldn’t get involved. He knows no matter what, he will end up hurting her but he can’t help it, his soul is connected to hers and the pull is too strong for him to resist.

Rook warned her time and time again but she doesn’t listen, she doesn’t want to listen. She needs him and she doesn’t care that she knows deep down in her heart that their relationship is going to end in disaster.She refuses to acknowledge that no matter what they do, their love is toxic.

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1.0 out of 5 stars Hate willow and grey. Cheaters are not romantic 31 March 2014
By Jen - Published on
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Willow is a who're and grey is a cheating a$$. Willow is the worst, uses her body to get what she wants. oh and I love when she tells grey there can't be anything because Quinn is her friend and then she shows him her bare breast. Then later talking about respecting Quinn but then saying she needs to get grey for herself. You need to look up the word friend and respect because you don't know the meanings.

Willow and grey just ruin the whole book.

I hate grey, I hate men like him. Tells Quinn all these lies, cheats and then thanks of willow when he has sex with Quinn. You want us to like these people not hate them. They ruin the story for me.

I don't care what the reason, once you cheat, I hate you.

R.o.o.k. And m.a.I.s.y. She was just a weak door mat. He treated her like trash, she stripped and went down on him after seeing him getting a lap dance. She became a who're just like willow. He is a cheater and has no respect for women. I'm so confused on why we should like any of them.

I want romance, not this cheating b.s. why could you not write that he stood up to his dad for the women he loves. I wish you would write that he grew a pair and did right by the women he loved instead of being pushed over and cheating. Now of course the next book your going to turn her into a bigger door mat because she is going to forgive him just because he says I sorry or I love you. Your not going to give herself respect because she is still going to love him and get back with him even after seeing him have sex with another women.

I would like it just once if the guy cheats, for you to give the women pride and self respect for her to find a man who would not do that to her. Instead of making her weak by going back to him. Forgiveness is b.s. when you cheat. Bring in a new guy.

For book two

Please do not turn the women into door mats. I swear if Quinn forgives willow and starts being friend with her, you are giving women no self respect or pride. I proud Quinn called out willow, do not turn weak by forgiving what what willow did.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Caught up in Rook... and Toxic! 10 February 2014
By Meghan - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Well it's 5am, and I should be sleeping, but I couldn't fall asleep until I finished reading this! (Good thing, because my power was down to 5%!). Where to start? Um, how about Rook?!?! Yeah, he's going to stick around my head for awhile. What is it about these unrepentant bad boys that makes us love them so much? Rook definitely makes mistakes, and even tells Maisey that he'll continue to make them, but you know that hurting Maisey is really the last thing he wants to do. The alternating POV was never confusing, and made you feel a deeper connection to all the members of both Twisted Perfection and Shattered Souls. I am anxiously awaiting the next book in the series (what an ending!) , with more on all of the characters. Ms. Quinn is a new author to me, so it looks like I'll be purchasing her other books while I'm waiting for more Toxic!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars I will definitely be adding Book 2 to my TBR! 26 February 2014
By Book Drunk Blog - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Toxic is the first book in the Addiction Series by Author Meghan Quinn, and it starts of the series with a bang (pun intended.). We learn all about bad boy manwhore Rook and innocent sweet Maisy. Both of their bands, Shattered Souls and Twisted Perfection, are on tour together but the chemistry backstage is throwing everyone for a loop. Toxic mostly tells the story of the dangerous and rocky relationship between Rook and Maisy, but we also get glimpses in to the love... pentagon (?) between Willow, Grey, Cruz, Landon, and Quinn. Lots of hormones raging with these folks! The only one seemingly not getting any action is Kaid, the male member (hehehe) of Twisted Perfection.

This story was quick to grab my attention, and kept me hooked (I couldn't stop laughing after I read the confused lesbian dig -. It was a quick read, with a good balance between dirty and angsty goodness. Be forewarned, it is a cliffhanger! We have lots of unanswered questions for all of the characters at the end of this one! I can't wait to see how things shake out between the confusing mess of band members sleeping/not sleeping with each other, but mostly I am anxious to see what Maisy has in store for Rook. I will definitely be adding Book 2 to my TBR!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars 3.5 to 4 Stars 27 February 2015
By oktravelchick - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
(potential spoilers)

This is book 1 of the Addiction series.

It follows two rock bands - Shattered Souls (4 men), and Twisted Perfection (2 women, 1 man).

I enjoyed how the author showed the rock tour side with the music, as well as the behind the scenes stuff such as finding the right visual image (clothing, hair, etc), photo shoots, interviews, etc.

In all honesty, though we didn't get enough of his point of view, I think I liked Kaid the best (the drummer for Twisted Perfection). He seemed the most down to earth to me, quietly soaking up the scenery and providing good advice and support to all of the 2 bands' members.

Rook and Maisy, the 2 lead singers, have it bad for each other. But they both have rough pasts, and getting over themselves to make some sort of healthy relationship seems pretty impossible.

Willow lusts after Grey (the 2 bassists), which has a devoted girlfriend already. Grey returns the lust, but isn't willing to hurt his girlfriend for a quick screw.

Landon pines over his brother's girlfriend. Cruz wants to bang anything in a skirt.

There is enough drama to have you pulling out your hair!

I did feel as though the story got redundant after awhile. It was the same thing over and over. One hurts the other, they get back together, only to do the same dang thing again.

I was left very unsatisfied with the ending. Of all the potential couples….you were left with nothing resembling an HEA. It in fact, left with a cliffhanger for the next book.

I hope at some point in the series, the author leaves the childish games behind and gives us something meaningful!
But all in all, I will be reading the next book, and potentially the next - as long as I get some satisfaction!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars DNF 6 March 2014
By Shay44 - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I started Toxic and this was a Did Not Finish for me. What I got to was that you have Shattered Souls (Rook, Grey, Landon and Cruz) and Twisted Perfection (Kaid, Maisy and Willow)
Shattered Soul is a huge success and they are on tour right now and Rook the main singer of SS is a man whore that loves getting high and drinking jack. He has a lot of issues growing up and for him to cope he drinks and smokes to stay numb. Oh yeah and just screws about anything that walks. I get it, I really do. One time too many, he screws the band over and their opening act leaves leaving them to pay for the expenses. Here walks in TP. They have been trying to make it big, playing at small dives. SS sees them, loves them except Rook because he doesn't want to admit he is digging Maisy, signs them on. Here is where it got lost for me. I get the whole sex drugs and rock and roll but for me unless it is done right (and trust me there is a way) cheating is a no no. You have Grey that loves Quinn (stylist for both bands), they love each other but Willow from TP wants Grey and will stop at nothing to get him no matter that she likes Quinn. She thinks that Quinn is a sweet girl but Grey is hers and will take him from her.
That was all she wrote. I was trying to give it a chance but for me Willow was acting like a trashy ho. I was done. That alone for me is what stopped it.
Oh yeah, but Grey wants Willow too but is “really” trying to not let things happen even though he dry humps Willow on their tour bus and blows his load but “he doesn't want to hurt Quinn”
Give me a freaking break.

Things might have turned around at some point because I know Landon (Greys brother) is in love with Quinn and has been forever and Quinn admits that she sees the looks that Willow and Grey give each other.

I get that this is a story, its make believe but I want to be able to believe it and want to continue reading it.

There was a lot of point of views going around that at times I was confused on who was talking and who they were talking too. If there was a break between chapters for me I think that would have been better.

I liked the story line, who doesnt love a story about bands that tour together. I get the whole sexual tension and at times it was very hot but at the end of the day it just wasn't for me. To much going on to stick with it.

Reviewed by Beggin from Mommys a Book Whore

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