Have you ever finished a book and thought, Wow that was perfect. That is exactly what happened when I finished this story brought to us by Ann Lister. After I finished reading it I immediately wrote to a friend “I just finished reading the perfect book”.
Main Characters are Dagger who is a Gay in the closet Rock Musician. Ryan is a straight publicist assigned to interview Dagger after one of his concerts. We find Dagger on his Tour bus with one of his “hook ups”, as Tony the manager announces that Ryan is here for the interview, Dagger quickly hides his trick in the back of the tour bus. Ryan and Dagger sit for the interview and we get a very sexy description of Dagger through Ryan’s eyes, right down to his bare feet and toes. Mind you this is coming from a straight man. Dagger finds Ryan absolutely gorgeous and can feel an internal spark or connection for Ryan. The interview ends and Ryan leaves only to realize that he had forgotten his phone in the bus, he enters the bus and tries to announce his arrival which fell on deaf ears. Ryan enters the bus and retrieves his phone and can hear the shower running as he looks through the frosted glass he can make out the silhouette of 2 figures with one on his knees.
What follows is all Masculine and Male. Dagger follows through with how he feels about Ryan and is almost predatory in his actions. The Author grew this romance over phone calls instead of physical contact. Ryan’s awakening was brilliant. I also just want to say that Beth’s (Ryan’s ex wife) character really added to the story, in a perfect world we need a lot more Beths. Sidebar: I really really want to give a line by line account of the entire book, I just can’t, you need to experience it yourself possibly multiple times.
I’m not going to talk much more, you have to experience it, and it is an experience. After I finished reading it my nerves were a wreck, I was so emotionally involved in the story it had a physical effect on me. I mean it when I say I read the perfect book.
I know that a second book is coming out in this series. I hope and pray it can hold up to Book #1. OK, I guess I am finished gushing over this book. LOVED IT!