Friday, July 3, 2015

Blog Tour: THE PRIVATE LOVE SERIES by Toni Kenyon

Private Love in a Public Place

Published August 28th 2012 by Apeople Publishing


Mags O'Brien lives on the alcohol-soaked,
drug-enhanced concert circuit, managing out-of-control rocker Julian MacAvoy.
She helps him spread his musical gospel to his adoring followers, despite the
fast-spinning turnstile on his bedroom door, and the broken hearts he leaves in
his wake.

Mags believes she’s immune to Julian’s
magnetic personality but when controversy hits the tour, she finds herself in
danger of falling at his feet, slave to his appetites and her own desire and

Julian refuses to be tamed, but the
pressure of the ravenous crowds clamps tighter and tighter around him. His
chaotic world starts to crumble when he realizes his motivation to continue
touring comes from an unobtainable woman. Can he force her to make the
agonizing choice between himself and her estranged husband?

An erotic and candid look at life on the


Rock star books are always intriguing to me. In this one the characters are great, down to earth but exciting at the same time!! This is a great insight into life on the road and I certainly don't know how rockers do it although exciting it isn't for me. Thanks for a gritty but fun story ~ 4 stars.

The Fan

Published April 18th 2013 by Apeople Publishing


"Have you ever lusted after a famous
musician? Or maybe you've fantasized about being 'the one' to be plucked from
the audience. What really happens when the lights go down?

With a fast-spinning turnstile on his
bedroom door, Julian MacAvoy spreads his musical gospel to his adoring
followers, leaving broken hearts in his wake. What did happen between Julian,
Barbie and Young Elvis that one night after the gig?

THE FAN is a short explicit romp - written
for those of you who desperately need to know what happened in that bathroom -
or for anyone else who has lusted after a famous musician!"

This quick and steamy novella is a hot look at a scene from book 1. I really enjoyed seeing this through Julian's POV his frustration was apparent. But seeing the Fan come to life was interesting too. A nice little interlude. ~ 4 stars

Public Love in a Private Place

Published May 21st 2015 by Apeople Publishing


Having faked his own death to escape his
out-of-control lifestyle, Rocker Julian MacAvoy and his beloved Mags are lying
low in the Far North of New Zealand.

Enjoying their newfound anonymity, Julian
has to come to terms with the prospect of discovery when Mags turns their new
life upside down by announcing that she's pregnant.

Will this reformed bad-boy be forced to
return to his rock star roots?

Romantic, erotic and awash in the beauty of
the Far North of New Zealand, PUBLIC LOVE IN A PRIVATE PLACE captures the
essence of the rock star's dilemma: The Band or The Girl.

This book follows on directly where book 1 finishes. I found the dual POV really well executed. It allowed us to feel and know both characters, Jules and Mags much more intimately. I really enjoyed the scene setting this is definitely a strong point in the writing style of this author. I felt like I was actually at the beach with the characters. Overall this has been an enjoyable rocker series ~ 4 stars============================================

Kenyon lives in Auckland with her husband (and their two dogs) the goldfish are
just squatting! She writes romance by day, sings in a band by night and in her
spare (yeah, right) time she wrangles difficult heroes into line, so they can
star in her next novel. Toni also loves the garden and has a special place in
her heart for her fruit trees and her veggie patch. A keen amateur
photographer, Toni posts “Mood of the Suburbs” shots across most of her social
media profiles. She loves to hear from like-minded people, so pop on over and
say 'Hi' any time.

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  1. Thanks so much for having me, Julian and Mags on tour! I'm happy to chat about anything, the books, music, New Zealand - the fantastic country I live in and home of The Hobbit.

  2. Thanks so much for joining us on tour... and I'm so glad you enjoyed the books :)
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