Access All Areas

Access All Areas

Alice Severin / Feb 21, 2020

Access All Areas Lily Taylor s life has been transformed twice once by the music she loves and then by the chance to make a career following her passion writing about the business But when she gets the biggest break

  • Title: Access All Areas
  • Author: Alice Severin
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  • Page: 264
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  • Lily Taylor s life has been transformed twice once by the music she loves, and then by the chance to make a career following her passion writing about the business But when she gets the biggest break of her career so far, an interview with the infamous Tristan Hunter, a rock star with a talent for trouble, Lily isn t sure what to expect Even though she s always admirLily Taylor s life has been transformed twice once by the music she loves, and then by the chance to make a career following her passion writing about the business But when she gets the biggest break of her career so far, an interview with the infamous Tristan Hunter, a rock star with a talent for trouble, Lily isn t sure what to expect Even though she s always admired him, Tristan has a reputation for being difficultd demanding.Yet Tristan turns out to be just as electrifying in person as he is on stage, and the powerful connection between them is undeniable Now the fiercely independent Lily finds herself caught up in a whirlwind of sexual desire that forces her to question everything she believes and she ll have to decide just how far she is willing to go for the answers

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    About "Alice Severin"

      • Alice Severin

        Alice Severin is the author of Access All Areas, Access Restricted, and the latest in the series, Access Unlimited She draws a great deal of inspiration from London, where she found like minded people backstage and behind the scenes in the music business She has been a delivery driver, a baker, a teacher, a copywriter, and a performance artist, among other things Alice Severin now lives in NYC and is sustained by loud music through headphones and messages from fans around the world.


    653 Comments

    1. Adult Review for Erotic Content2.5 stars. This book is one big game of Hot, or not hot? Let's play the game!Stuff that was supposed to be sexy but wasn't:Quote : I leaned over and buried my face in my jeans. The scent of us, together, was dizzying.My reaction : Did you really just rub your face into the crotch of your soiled pants?Quote : I wanted his hand, actual, nail bitten, long fingered, in me.My reaction : Now I'm picturing a long, bony finger with raggedy nails.Quote : Wet pouring out of [...]


    2. 4.5 stars Jointly reviewed for totallybookedblog/2012/10/Jenny: Well, we said we needed a book to “wow” us didn’t we Gitte and boy did we stumble upon a beauty!Gitte: We really did Jenny. Just wow indeed!!Jenny: I have to say upfront though that the Prologue sort of confused me and I was wondering if I was going to get into this book but a few pages later and this book hooked us didn’t it?Gitte: Yeah I was a bit confused in the Prologue as well. I felt like I had missed something, I wasn [...]


    3. Reviewed on: totallybookedblog/2012/10/Jenny: Well, we said we needed a book to “wow” us didn’t we Gitte and boy did we stumble upon a beauty!Gitte: We really did Jenny. Just wow indeed!!Jenny: I have to say upfront though that the Prologue sort of confused me and I was wondering if I was going to get into this book but a few pages later and this book hooked us didn’t it? Gitte: Yeah I was a bit confused in the Prologue as well. I felt like I had missed something, I wasn’t sure what wa [...]


    4. WTF? -That was what I thought every few lines. It was like I was reading the POV of someone with ADD, who was manic, and epileptic with word vomit, figuratively speaking. Highly suggest reading the ridiculous, mind-F* of a sample that had not one but two prologues. No friggin clue what the hell was going on. Immediately couldn't like the Lily as soon as she started taking her hits of coke. She's completely mental. What's more, this guy gets in a few feels with her which totally boggled my effin [...]


    5. Not sure what to say about this one. Didn't love it, didn't hate it. It was kind of "meh" to me. For starters, I felt that the multiple prologues were WAY too long, and largely unnecessary.I really couldn't connect to the characters at all. We know next to nothing about Lily and Tristan, and why they do what they do. Their relationship felt forced. I had nobody to root for, no real "feelings" from the characters.There was WAY too much descriptive prose, and inner dialogue, I thought. This one ju [...]


    6. what a great beginning. what seems to be a very twisted and complicated relationship. That's what this book is the beginning, it felt like it was the opening scene for whats to come, introducing lily and tristan and their 'relationship'. There is clearly a lot more to come in the next book or books. I really did like this but I feel like after iv finished and got an ending from the other book(s) it will boost this to a LOVE! I think its going to be a bumpy ride but I cant wait, hopefully the wai [...]


    7. This book was such a disappointment. I saw the reviews, I know I am in the minority, but I can't help the way I feel about this book. Let me start by saying that I love, love, love rock star books especially ones that involve a relationship between a rock star and a journalist. I could read a 100 of them and not get tired of the same old story as long as it is written well. This book involved a rock star and writer, but I felt nothing. The Prologue was confusing and stupid and I don't know where [...]


    8. I was really let down. I rarely give up on a book, but with this one I just couldn't go on. I got around halfway, and thought to myself, Life's too short to waste my time reading books I'm not enjoying. It may improve, but I don't care. I don't mind a little bit of a slow start, but that wasn't this books problem.


    9. I did enjoy the author's writing style and some of the scenes were hot, but all of a sudden I glanced down and I was at 97% finished, and there were too many incomplete points for me. Would I read the sequel? Probably so, but I'm glad I spent less than $5.00 on this.


    10. WOW!!!Just…… WOW!!!!!Not exactly sure what I was expecting, but it sure as hell wasn’t THAT!!!! The book blurb is actually what caught my eye: rock god meets music writer and sparks fly. I’m always up for a hot and sweaty rock star romance. But, O-M-G, it goes waaaaaaaaaay beyond that. It was amazingly awesome. Holy f-ing intense and sexy!I have to admit, I almost put this down before I made it through the Prologue (both of them). The Prologue had me confused, and it was looooooooooooooo [...]


    11. H-O-T (4.5 stars)Access All Areas was a quick read with some angst, music, hot rock star, a fabulous story and total hotness. Access was blistering even before the clothes came off. Truly. Not only was it sizzling, but the narrative was stimulating and attention-grabbing, with sound writing. There is intrigue. There is a story being told here which left me on the edge wanting to know it all. The prologue, while it developed the story, seemed a bit long at first and almost lost my interest. Trust [...]


    12. 3.5 StarsI really wanted to love this book. A dominant rock star? Excuse me while I wipe the drool off my screen. But it didn’t quite get there for me. I feel this book had great potential but I needed MORE. I needed more from the story line and more from the characters and their relationship.I found the prologue quite confusing and even as the book continued I found myself at times having to re-read certain sentences. And while the writing was intriguing, I felt it was lacking that effortless [...]


    13. I put this one down at 69% after slugging through an incoherent plot with an unlikeable heroine, an H so vaguely sketched I'm not even sure I know what he was supposed to look like and sex scenes that were justt.hot. The actual execution of the writing I felt was well done. But I couldn't connect with the characters, I never felt the characters connect with each other and after a night's sleep I just have zero desire to pick the book back up and finish it. This one just didn't work for me.


    14. I downloaded this book a few months back but by the time I got around to reading it I forgot what it was about so rather than going back to read the blurb I just dived right in. There is a rather long prologue (two actually!) and it was this that got me hooked. Some parts were a little uncomfortable – well the coke snorting but then this is a book about the rock scene so I guess to write about that it would need to be included. Well I’m sure it happens if the gutter press are to be believed! [...]


    15. I really wanted to love this book and some parts I did. This book just was not for me and went into territories that I'M not comfortable with. This does not mean that it might not be a book you may love.So let me explain why this was not a book for me. There was quite a few scenes with cocaine use in this book and I am a reforming drug addicted. Did these scenes bother me? YES! I've been clean 25 years and even reading about it brings back old memories that I much would rather stay away from.I a [...]


    16. Reviewed for The Boyfriend BookmarkClick here for reviewWhere did the rest of the story go? I was 80% done with this book when I realized that it was going to lead to another book, I have so many questions left unanswered but I did enjoy it just didn't seem like there was enough of it.Now let me start by saying the prologue was a bit long-winded but it was so worth it to push through. Alice Severin does a great job with charachter developement and the charachters really come to life.This book ha [...]


    17. I really enjoyed reading this book and I am anxiously waiting for book two which looks like will be available in December. This book is about a rock star God (Tristan Hunter) who has been in the business for some time. He started out in a band named Devised, but has now moved into a career of being a solo artist. The heroine, Lily, is a music journalist and first meets Tristan when he is with his band. That meeting made a lasting impression on Lily in more ways than one. Tristan is devastatingly [...]


    18. At first I had no idea who Lily has her eye's set on- I actually almost when back to the blurp on to know but decided I would let it be a surprise. Lily's connection with Music it amazing how deeply she feels it. There certainly is a connection between Lily and Tristan immediately even all those years before their second meeting. It's hard to know where Tristan is taking this thing with Lily and the last "big" blow out was heart wrenching. I was right there with Lily while reading as it played [...]


    19. Alice Severin’s debut book about the sizzling attraction between rock star Tristan Hunter and rock journalist Lily Taylor started out a little confusing for me, but quickly ramped up into something erotic, mesmerizing and so riveting I could not put it down. Yeah, this story has been told many times before, but Ms. Severin’s approach is new and fresh and is firmly woven around music and the backstage world of rock and roll.The intensity of the feelings between Tristan and Lily were so strong [...]


    20. I really wanted to like this book but I never got past my loathing of the heroine Lily. In just the prologue we were introduced to Lily's casual use of cocaine, champagne and indiscriminate sex. And she only got more confusing and pathetic from there.I couldn't tell if I was supposed to love or hate the characters, the writing style was choppy and unfocused and trying to follow the conversation between characters takes a smarter reader than me.I didn't totally hate the book (or I wouldn't have f [...]


    21. 4.5 stars would've been 5 but I found I had to re read some of it, very long winded in parts but it didn't matter, I loved it, and am so excited for the next instalment.Tristen wow another amazing man that I find myself wanting, god he was, bad , good , hot , cold, difficult to understand but I loved him. The connection between the two leads was intense I really felt it, and I love when a book makes me feel all the ups and downs of the relationship, ultimately an amazing book that left me wantin [...]


    22. Where to start Well after reading a few hot rock star books I picked this one up, thinking okay here is another one to add to the list. But the start was odd and seemed to be trying too hard to be philosophical in the way some of the parts were written. Then once you get out of the two prologues that seem to take to long to get through you are tossed into a story that doesn't develop very well. I just finished this book and I can't even recall what his name was.I just did not get into this at al [...]


    23. Liked this booka couple things annoyed me like when the main character does cokebut whatevs, she's young. I didn't feel very connected to either character until the book was close to finished. And I didn't really believe their attraction to each other at first, but by the end of the book I was eagerly awaiting the second. I give it 3.5 stars.


    24. 3.5 starsThis book was hard to get into at the beginning, I almost put it down. However; I'm so glad I didn't. The more I read, the better it got, then I was totally invested. I am crushing on Tristan, the leather clad alpha rock star. I would like to take a limo ride with him - lol.


    25. Sorry but no just no I can't finish this. I think Lily is bipolar, insecure,and desperately needy but I only made 34% of the way through before losing interest in her inner rambling and flip flopping emotional states.



    26. A bit confusing, but addicting. Just started the second one. Lily e kind of bipolar, and too afraid for my taste, but the unroll of it is quite fun.


    27. Hot chemistry between the main characters and realistic descriptive views of the seedy side of the rock industry. Sex, drugs and Rock music.


    28. I must not be intellectual enough to have enjoyed this book as much as the other readers that wrote such glowing reviews. I found myself turned off by Lily's use of cocaine and pain.


    29. 2 stars for the dom-rocker who can rock their leather threads like it’s no one’s business. As for the rest of the story, can I just say I was a bit When I first picked up the book, I was like cool, sexy rock star and “all access" back stage pass ~wiggles eyebrows~ but then came the prologue and ‘more’ prologue, regardless to say I was confused-the-fuck-out. We meet Lily in London (I think, I can’t be too sure, since all of a sudden sometime in the book we are in New York) an up-and-c [...]


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