Slow Jam (Vol. 2 of the Savannah Rossi Chronicles)

Rated 4.63/5 based on 8 reviews
Singer/songwriter Savannah Rossi has the biggest gig of her career approaching, but her regular bass player is about to have major surgery. A sizzling hot Southern gentleman temporarily fills in on the gig and drives her to steamy distraction. But when complications with her friend's surgery arise, her lust, loyalty and ambition begin to clash. *Contains graphic sexual content and language.* More
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About Deliza Rafferty

Deliza Rafferty is a new erotic romance writer (spicier than true romance without hardcore BDSM - always hot!) located in Hollywood. She's written all sorts of stories and poems for personal enjoyment since she was a little girl, but has spent most of her career in the music business. She is venturing into sharing her musings publicly for the very first time and is excited that modern day technology allows her to do it at her leisure. "Deliza" means "gives pleasure and "Rafferty" means "rich and prosperous." With a name like that, what else could she do? Well...legally, anyway?

Rafferty introduces herself to the contemporary erotic romance audience with 'The Savannah Rossi Chronicles,' a series of ten short stories and novellas that pave the way to the release of a full length novel. Rafferty draws upon her knowledge working in the music industry to create the steamy adventures of sexy, independent, musically-gifted singer/songwriter Savannah Rossi, who is teetering on the verge of national success. Savannah is no spoiled brat pop princess looking to be saved. Confident, driven, intelligent and unabashed in her sexuality, she has created her own success and enjoys a vibrant sex life on her own terms with men of her choosing. Is it possible that any one man could tame such an independent free spirit? Who says she even needs to be tamed? Follow Savannah's journey to find out...

Deliza loves to interact with her readers, so feel free to visit her brand new blog/website (, find her on Twitter (@DelizaRafferty) or "like" her on Facebook (!

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Reviews of Slow Jam (Vol. 2 of the Savannah Rossi Chronicles) by Deliza Rafferty

Leslie Serrano reviewed on Sep. 4, 2013

This second installment in The Savannah Rossi Chronicles provided the same qualities we enjoyed from the first book, but also managed to add to the story itself. You still got the heat, sexiness and of course the hot sex, but what I really liked about this second book was how you also got more story, more characters, more knowledge of who Savannah is as a person. You get all this wrapped up in a pretty moving storyline.

In Slow Jam, you get to see Savannah beyond what was shown in the first book. Yes, she’s a talented and smoking hot musician with an unapologetic zest for sex. But through the crisis that has befallen her childhood best friend and writing partner, Leif Jensen, you see the hidden layer of Savannah. It’s that hidden side that cares about her best friend and who is willing to cancel a gig in consideration for him. It was great seeing some depth to her character. Considering this is a series, you would hope that through subsequent books, you’ll get to know her more which will enable you to care about her as a person.

Not only do you get to know more about Savannah, but you also get introduced to her fellow band mates. Eric, lead guitarist, stands out prominently since he and Leif are Savannah’s closest friends. Eric brings some of the humor with him. I really enjoyed him in his supporting role. He’s a nice compliment to Savannah.

Now with all that said and done, this is still an erotica story, so don’t think that Rafferty is skimping on the sex. There is plenty of sexual tension to go around, especially with a male counterpart such as Logan Holloway. He’s a perfect blend of Southern charm and rock star sexiness. The chemistry between him and Savannah is palpable and hot. Rafferty did a good job of balancing the sexual tension of these two with the emotional plot of the book without feeling as if one aspect was sacrificed for the other.

I really enjoyed how this book added to what the first one gave. I appreciated the story of the book and giving us more of who Savannah is while still bringing the heat. The writing is still well done and I liked the introduction of Eric and Leif into the story. Overall, it was a great continuation of the series and has me looking forward to more from the series.
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)
Brenda Anderson reviewed on April 28, 2013

Savannah Rossi is dealing with her best friend since childhood in the hospital and the gig of her life. Her bands life as well. Can she stay strong and keep it all together? As a mature heroine she doesn't disappoint as she struggles to keep herself together. She is certainly more professional then a lot of the others I've read. So if you're looking for a sexy strong female lead who's not afraid to let her erotic side show you've found one with Savannah!

Logan Holloway is a sexy bass player filling in for Rossi's BFF. He's a hot stud that likes to take his time. Love him!

Slow Jam is longer then first book but it's still a short hot read!
(reviewed 62 days after purchase)
Tammy Zautner reviewed on Jan. 31, 2013

Overall Review based on the 3 volumes:4-4.5 out of 5 Stars

Since this was a short series I decided to do the review with all 3 volumes combined together.

"The Savannah Rossi Chronicles, a series of steamy short stories that will eventually lead to a full length novel. They are centered around Savannah Rossi, a gifted, sexy, confident, up-and-coming rocker and her musical and sexual adventures."

I am reviewing this series a little bit differently. This is a short series of books, currently consisting of three volumes, no more than 14,000 words. Each story can be read as a stand-alone; Deliza does not leave you hanging. Although, I would suggest reading them in order as each volume offers you something different. They are short, they are intense, and they are steamy.

"The short stories are more erotica than romance, the full length novel will have much more "story" and romance to it."

What did I love most about this series? It is the fact that we are not dealing with a bad boy rocker this time around. Oh no, we have our very own bad girl rocker, and she kicked ass! I simply adored Savannah. Our girl knew exactly what it would take to satisfy her and she went after it. She is not apologetic for her healthy sex life. She makes no excuses for what she needs and wants. I totally loved that about her. To be free and not give a damn what others think. Sigh, it would be a perfect world to live in.

Anyway, in Rock & Roll we meet Savvy. She is casing "the house" for the one to fulfill her needs before her show. The story is short and hot as hell! Steamy hot sex with a perfect stranger, no names exchanged - SCREAMS bad girl! Yum! No drama or emotional roller coasters, just straight up dirty sex!

"What started as three days of intense sexual tension on top of worry turned into one of the hottest nights of her life as Logan became the willing receptical of all her emotional and physical turmoil."

Slow Jam was a bit longer in length than the first and third of the series. I thought it was even better than the first! I loved that Deliza changed it up a bit and gave it more meaning. We experienced some emotional drama while still feeling the intense sexual chemistry between Sav and Logan. Damn those two were a sexual ball of tension for most of the book. Their heat just rolled off the pages. Logan, OMG, Logan. Give me a southern boy like that any day and I could die a happy happy girl. Even though Deliza knew Logan on a more personal level, there was no lack of bad girl/bad boy moments. Only difference was in book 1 Savvy controlled the encounter, this time it is Logan who commands her obedience.

"She would usher in the holiday with her favorite pastime-a little bit of singing followed by a hot, steamy romp in the proverbial hay."

What a way to open up with Little Drummer Boy. I think Savvy may just be one of my favorite book chicks, I may even have a little girl crush on her! I was a little sad to see we had moved on from Logan, but from talking to Deliza before reading this series, I already knew Savannah would be enjoying her life and sexual appetite to the fullest until she met the one she could not keep out of her mind and her heart. Then I met Jesse. Uh, yeah I am a bit jealous of our heroine right now. Let us just say public sex with strangers only a few feet away chit chatting...well yeah...moving on!

Overall, I really enjoyed this series. Some of the words used to describe the scenes did not work for me but by no means made it distracting or any less erotic. Savvy and her band are wicked fun. I look forward to other additions by Deliza and getting to know Death by Red on a much more personal level. Not to mention finding out who steals Savvy's heart at the end of her journey. Until then I look forward to enjoying some emotional roller coasters filled in with hot dirty bad girl sex!
(reviewed 17 days after purchase)
Stacy Heath reviewed on Jan. 13, 2013
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The Hotness continues with Miss Savannah Rossi, In this story you get to see the human side of Savannah and get to know her band. Can't pass up a hot southern gentleman with a side of somethin, somethin going on. I feel like I know the crew now. Love a funny smart ass in the bunch and the guy's certainly have a lot of personality going on, hope to hear more about them. I will say it again, more please I'm moving on to the next.. it's kind of like a treasure hunt where the prize at the end will get you all hot and bothered !!!
I think I would have been lost if I did not read these together so Must read Rock and Roll first.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Sandie reviewed on Jan. 10, 2013

WHOA! That's what popped into my head as I read this. This short but to the point little treasure was HOT HOT HOT! I enjoyed this volume as not if not more than the 1st volume. I loved Logan, that smooth southern gentleman! Can not wait to read the next installment.
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)
S. Simone Chavous reviewed on Jan. 4, 2013

The heat continues. Much like the first volume, this book was super hot and sexy, but I really appreciated getting a glimpse of Savannah Rossi's emotional side surrounding some medical issues with her best friend and bandmate. And what can I say about Logan? He is the kind of southern gentleman you want to take home to meet your parents, then tie to your bed!
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
Beverley Hollowed reviewed on Jan. 1, 2013

This is the second book I read from Deliza Rafferty and it didn't disappoint...Lots the OST between Savannah and Logan...and when they final get together it is not disappointing in the slightest...another fab read and a must x
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Samantha Rider reviewed on Dec. 11, 2012

Oh, Deliza baby. You have written another sizzlin' and super- hot installment in the sex chronicles of Savannah Rossi. Love that Logan! He really knows how to treat a lady. Looking forward to Sav's Christmas adventure but sure hope that Drummer Boy won't be TOO "little." Ha!!!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Kelly Goodman reviewed on Dec. 10, 2012

I loved this! I love Savannah Rossi...she is so bad ass! I want to be her! Can't wait to read the next one!!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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