First thing first. Jimi. Not Jimmy. Jimi. I'm chalking this up to one of those pesky autocorrect errors though because I've seen it other books and I refuse to believe that any author that writes a book about a band or music lover doesn't know the proper spelling of one of the greatest/influential guitarists in rock n roll.
That's done, now onward.
The Opening Act is a bundle of the first books in the Lost in Oblivion series. I've already read the latter two, so I'm just going link those reviews in here and discuss the first novella in this series, Seduced.
Seduced takes us back to the very beginnings of the band Oblivion. For those who've read the latter two books prior to this one, it gives you some insight on that tension that is oft mentioned between Jazz, Nick and Gray. And boy was the reason for that tension interesting. Their story was probably the most interesting in the book and really makes me intrigued to see how everything is going to turn out between the three of them. As for the rest of the book, it is lots 'o sex and teases the future love lives of a couple of the band members.
So. Overall, I'll give this bundle 3-ish stars. I think that Rocked was by far the strongest book with Seduced probably being the weakest. We could have gotten this backstory in the characters' books rather than a separate one and it would not have made the slightest difference. Still, it was a good read for what it was.
Here are the links for my reviews of parts 2 & 3 of this boxed set
*Copy was provide by author for a fair and honest review.