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(The Sound Wave Series #1)

3.60  ·  Rating details ·  2,225 ratings  ·  176 reviews
For years, Cheyenne Carson clawed her way up from her meager upbringing and strove to distance herself from the skeletons of her past. Finally success is within her grasp. A journalist for the music magazine, The Sound Wave, the assignment of a lifetime just landed in her lap. An all access pass to tour with the British rock band, Fury. Their latest album went triple plati ...more
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Published November 18th 2012 by T.Coons and M.Pace (first published November 1st 2012)
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Jenny Levine
Nov 28, 2012 rated it did not like it
DNF @ 55%

I was very excited to start this one because it's a book about ROCKSTARS! BUT, what a major letdown this book was.

So, the first line goes like this:
Lightening blazed across the panoramic view of Lake Michigan as Cheyenne logged off of her laptop.

See, the first word is already a typo. but I kept on reading telling myself it doesn't matter and maybe the story will make up for it.

Well, it didn't work for me.

Kim Person
Nov 19, 2012 marked it as to-read
Okay I broke down and bought this one. What? I know I buy EVERYTHING but seriously Rock Star Romance ..Hope there are moments where I'm like

Had to remove the GIF that expressed what I hope was in it because got flagged. Too bad the person who "flagged" me can't come to me directly!
Dec 26, 2012 rated it really liked it
Sex, Drugs & Rock n' Roll. What else could you ask for? This tale was not too steamy and turned out to be a pretty quick and enjoyable read. Cheyenne is a music journalist and Stephanie is the photographer. They both work for a music magazine that is run by Steph's father. They are hired to write the first interview piece for Fury, who has stayed out of the spotlight but are set to hit the States for the first time.

Cheyenne has a past of stripping and rockers that has her a bit insecure - but a
Kelli Spear
Dec 04, 2012 rated it did not like it
Oh cover-trickery, you strike again! I had such high hopes for this one and after reading the description and several reviews, thought I'd adore this book. Romance with a band? Where do I sign up? It's a shame Fury fell short.

I'm always willing to overlook minor typos and misspellings, but this book is absolutely FILLED with those as well as many grammatical errors. This would only be a reason for the loss of one star, however. The story itself had potential to be amazing. Hot group of guys, two
Smitten's Book Blog
Dec 06, 2012 rated it did not like it
Shelves: unfinished
Just can't seem to get into this. There is too many little things going on for me to be able to focus my attention on any one of them.
May re-visit at a later date.
Jan 22, 2013 rated it liked it
3.5 Stars
Sex, Scandal, and Rock N Roll
Fury has that and more.

Cheyenne Carson has been working her butt off to make it as a music journalist at "The Sound Wave" and to leave behind a dark past. When she gets the opportunity to interview the band, Fury, she knows this is her big break. Fury is a British band trying to make it big in the US. Up until this point Fury has never done interviews, but to make it in America they need the exposure. That's where Cheyenne and her best friend / co-worker, S
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I will admit it, I love my band books... I love the D-Bags and the Sinners... and now I can add one more amazing band to my list. I love the Fury.
I went into this book thinking, ok, so how is this band book going to knock me off my feet? I have already lived through Kellan Kyle and the Debags and Master Sinclair and the Sinners... well, this book was so much more than I bargained for. And I loved it!
The charachters were well developed from
Heather Gunter
Dec 04, 2012 rated it really liked it
I liked this book but it was a little slow to start for me. It took until around chapter 11 to start picking up. Please don't let that deter you from reading it. It's different from your normal rock n' roll story. It had mystery, intrigue, romance and less we not forget hot Rock Stars. Once it started taking off it kept on going and didn't miss a beat and kept on going until the very last page. It kept me guessing and the plot was completely different from what I was expecting which is a VERY go ...more
Dec 21, 2012 rated it liked it
This book was full of drama!

The story follows Cheyenne, a music journalist, and her best friend Steph, a photographer, as they follow the elusive band Fury around Europe. I don’t even know how to summarize this one... there was so much going on. I will tell you, its not just a rockstar love story. There is some suspense, drama, crime, and of course some sex, drugs, and rock and roll!

There were many story lines, not only do you get Cheyenne and Steph, there are five band members. I really loved
Mar 11, 2013 rated it it was amazing
i'm a sucker for a bad boy....gimme a whole band full and i should have known i'd be a goner. when the book first started, i wasn't so sure where it was going. i wanted to pull the stick out of cheyenne's ass....and i wanted to go hang out with steph. i loved the description of Ian....because, dude was could just feel it. lines like, "his huge hands made her giddy," i mean, any swoony female (and even the ones who won't own up to loving stuff like that) is gonna love that. the whole ...more
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I cannot resist a rock star story
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Nov 18, 2012 rated it liked it
This book is totally a Rock soap opera!

The cover art and description drew me in. I was not exactly sure what to expect. What I got was a wild romp around Europe with a band. You have 5 band members, 2 best friends, and a quirky intern thrown together with an exasperated father/magazine owner, creepy band management staff and mean Roadies. So there was bound to be tension, fights, hook ups, angst, drama, romance, and fun.

Fury is a British band with 5 hot guys with very different personalities.
Andrea Randall
Nov 29, 2012 rated it really liked it

Fury is unlike anything I've read recently. For starters, I haven't yet read any co-authored book and was interested to see if it looked like a seamless story. It did. Secondly, the blend of romance, mystery, and rock-and-roll was so well balanced I really felt like I was on tour with the band, and a fly on the hotel room walls.

There are several sub stories woven together with great care in Fury, and you will find your jaw dropping at each love scene, crime scene, and flight.

I loved that each
Nov 05, 2012 rated it really liked it
How does one co-author a book? This is something that I can’t wrap my mind around. However, it is done; Michelle Pace and Tammy Coons did it well with Fury.

Fury is the story of magazine writer Cheyenne as she takes on the assignment of her career writing the feature story for the publication she works for by touring with a rock group. But not just any group, her assignment is to interview Fury, who previously banned all interviews, as they work toward worldwide success. What an assignment! From
Anjie Kendall
Apr 08, 2013 rated it liked it
Shelves: romance-na
Possibly more like 2.5.

I never really liked Cheyenne. She felt rather boring, despite the background she had. I did like Steph and felt she would have been a much better lead.

The typos/incorrect words/missing words did bug me. The other thing that bugged me was the info dump at the beginning about both Cheyenne and Steph, then later there was spoon feeding. It felt rather abrupt, even though there was supposed to be some mystery there. Perhaps if their backgrounds had been drawn out just a bit
Jan 26, 2013 rated it it was ok
You can't usually go too wrong when the story involves bad boy rock stars but unfortunately this one did not hit the mark for me. There are too many main and secondary characters so its hard to develop any real connection. As well there is too much going on at times to be able to follow easily. The main female characters are both unprofessional and at times just plain whiny and unlikable. The big reveal was just hohum because it didn't really effect any of the many main characters. There were a ...more
Apr 29, 2013 rated it liked it
Hot Rock stars, sex and drugs, sounds like the beginning of a great story. I enjoy reading rock star romance with the bad boy image thrown into it. Fury was a slow start considering all the background that was given about the main character Cheyenne. As you read the story it unfolds nicely but you figure out what is going to happen before it happens, sad but true. I liked the smart mouth Stephanie and her interaction with Philip but as soon as the build began it ended. It’s a good story, just wi ...more
Apr 02, 2013 marked it as dnf
Shelves: musician, bad-boy, angst
DNF :(

I couldn't connect with the characters at all. The POV's kept jumping all over & there were too many of them.
There was too much information thrown at you about certain characters, I felt like I was been told as opposed to shown who everyone was and that was supposed to be enough for me to care. Unfortunately it wasn't.
Nov 27, 2012 rated it did not like it
Shelves: free-reads
At 20% in, I knew I wanted to stop. The writing was confusing and the characters were awful and did things that didn't make sense. I kept trying though--I hate to not finish a book. At 60%, I just couldn't read any more--it just kept getting worse.
May 04, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: kindle
3.5 stars Good story and I liked the characters - a good quick read! The ending did seem really rushed and I would have liked to have a little more.
Nov 22, 2013 rated it really liked it
Fury (Book 1) in The Sound wave series
Rage (Book 2) to be released 12/03/13

Cheyenne Carson is from a small town in Iowa with a reasonable upbringing. She always fantasized about being able to travel. After falling in with a bad crowd and having a string of bad luck, she decides to head out for a fresh start.

After going through different career paths, some of which she would like to stay hidden and just that, in her past. Finally she was left with little choice to start working for a small newsp
Debra Presley
Jan 06, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 4-star-reads, rockers
Rating 4.0 Stars

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Who doesn't like a book about hot rock stars? Well I am not one of those people! I love a book that follows rock stars but even better the book follows rockers through Europe. **sigh** I want to get there so badly. Okay, back to the subject at hand. In Fury we meet up with Cheyenne and Stephanie--a reporter and photographer for a top US magazine--get the chance to interview and photograph the group w
Nov 25, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I have read many books about rock stars and bands and I will never get tired of them! This book is another great addition to that category of books!!

Cheyenne writes for a music publication and lands the job of a lifetime- to fly to Europe and travel with the band Fury as they tour. She is to interview them and write an article on them. This is a big opportunity for her because the band usually stays away from interviews and press. Cheyenne’s best friend and roommate, is also assigned to go to ph
Jamie Taylor
Jun 20, 2013 rated it really liked it
So I will admit that I got this book when it was free on Amazon. It had been sitting on my wish list for a while, so I jumped at the chance when it was free. J I thought sexy guy on the cover, rock stars, love story, can’t go wrong right?

Well, the first thing that threw me was that the rock stars were British! Wow! It was a bit funny reading how they talked and described things. I loved that they said things like snogged and shagged to describe sexual encounters. Sure sounds better than some wa
Jan 05, 2014 rated it it was amazing
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I was given the second book in this series as an ARC so I purchased FURY first so I could read #1..

I gave this book 5 stars.

This book focuses on two couples.

The story follows Cheyenne, a music journalist, and her best friend Steph, a photographer, as they follow the elusive band Fury around Europe.

This is not a rock star romance book, I think it focused more on the things happening around the band, and the mysterious things that keep happening.

Yes there is love, Cheyenne and Scot fight a
Nov 05, 2012 rated it it was amazing
British rockers?! Heck Ya!!!! Fury sends you into a FRENZY!!!
There are some that might think this is just another rock star angst love story but Michelle Pace and Tammy Coons took Fury to another level. So yes, there is that whole love thing going on; let's face it we want HOT, SEXINESS with our rock boys. However, Michelle and Tammy added an element to the story that was unexpected and daunting- frightening. I loved the suspense of it all. The story had great fluidity from one situation to ano
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Indifferent, but definitely entertained...

It was good, it was hot, but once it grabbed me it didn't quite know what to do with me! That makes no sense, right? I think that's because my mind's a little all over the place with this one.

I loved the originality of the plot, but I wasn't in love with the execution; it was a slow starter, but it totally ended up pulling me in. Once I was there, it teased me a little, had me yearning with anticipation and then it didn' didn't finish me off. I'm
Word ~Heather  Halloran
Fury is not your typical rockstar story. It still had love, sex, drugs, scandal, and a Goddess, but then it had an element of mystery to keep you guessing the whole way through. It took me a while to really get into the story, but about halfway in, I was captured. The only real issue I had was not being able to connect with all of the characters, there were almost 10 personalities to get into, and I didn't feel some of them.

Cheyenne is a journalist and Steph is a photographer. They are best fri
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Raised in small town Iowa, Michelle Pace is an international best-selling, multi-genre author. After studying theater and vocal music and directing and performing in numerous productions, Michelle went on to earn degrees in both liberal arts and nursing.
Determined to avoid shoveling snow, she relocated to the Lone Star State with her husband, author L.G. Pace III. Michelle is a mother of three, a

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