This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Rock Band Romance
Published by Rainbow Rage Publishing
Released on November 17, 2015
This is a really short story to kind of wrap up Simon and Margo’s story. We left Simon and Margo as living together, dating, but in the grand scheme of things, Margo is afraid of a forever commitment. Kind weird the guy is, but Simon wants a ring and some kind of commitment that they are a couple.
Simon is unsure of what the future holds. His modeling career is now paying the bills and then some, but his voice is still healing. Impatient and worried he may never sing, he turns the one great joy in his life Margo. Simon’s character has grown from the cocky lead singer who wore ripped jeans and old t-shirts, to a man modeling some of the finest clothing and managing his own investments. He even has an agent.
Margo is battling her fear of commitment. Her parents aren’t real good role models for her and she doesn’t feel a ring and some words will keep them together. Throw in she doesn’t want to be in the orchestra, but instead playing music that pulls at her soul and for crowds.
The two are extremely sexy together, making me all hot and bothered. Simon has a snappy sense of humor that keeps Margo on her toes, while Margo is a little more reserved emotionally. I laughed and cried for what they are going through. We do get an ending to this story and while it isn’t exactly what I wanted, I know going forth I will get more of these two in Nick’s love story.
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