Genre: Rockstar Romance Novella
About: David loves Thea, but he’s one of her clients. Thea doesn’t date her clients. She also doesn’t take Rockstars, which David also is. Can David convince her that they’d make a great couple?
Review: I love everything Nalini Singh writes. I’ll say that outright, I’m generally biased toward her books. I look forward to them. I did love this book. I really enjoyed David and Thea. This is a general feel-good story. Rockstar loves his publicist, publicist loves rockstar. After some misgivings and a little bit of a rocky start they get together. The sex is hot. The romance i sweet. It’s good and happy reading. The only thing I knock it down for is that David crosses one line early on in the book– I don’t want to say what it is for spoilers –but it crosses, for me, a line of ‘devoted unrequited love’ to ‘that’s a little bit creepy, and stalkery’. Luckily it’s the only place something like that happens. So other than that the novella is great.
Why you should read/get it: You have a thing for rockstar romance, unrequited love (that gets requited), and happy stories.