CounterpointDisclaimer: I am friends with the author; however, I purchased this ebook for full price.

My favorite thing about this series is that it doesn’t follow the traditional romance script. While the story is inherently about the evolving relationship between two characters, the big climactic moment is not the two characters breaking up because one thinks that they are not good enough for the other. Instead, the threat is always external, in a way that shows the characters just how much they want (and should) to be together instead. To borrow a term from this book in particular, that seems to be catnip to me. 

Dominic and Adrian are perfect for each from the very first page. That is never in doubt. The tension is not between them, but instead between Dominic and his secrets. That tension is very real, and practically vibrates off the page. But while I was waiting for some convoluted conflict that spills all of Dominic’s secrets, the reveal is far more natural — and all the more perfect for being so.

That’s three of the four bandmates with their happily every afters — I can’t wait for the bassist to get hers!

Rating: 5 (out of 5) stars. Cross-posted to Amazon and Goodreads.

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