David is known as the Gentleman of Rock. He also has a thing for Thea, the band’s publicist. Only problem? Thea doesn’t date clients, even if that client is David, who would never hurt her. David only wants her and is a friend to her when her boyfriend cheats which puts him in a bad place. He gives her time to heal, but when he finally asks her out, she shuts him down cold. What’s a guy to do besides ask Thea’s half-sister how to handle it. She gives him a great idea: memos!
David starts courting Thea through email memos with reasons she should give him a chance. He charms her heart and makes her rebuttal each of his emails with reasons why not. But David has his ways of making her see his side. The two are made for each other and the romance blossoms with a few problems along the way.
I loved the courtship through emails with debating going on. At times they were cute and witty and sometimes serious. The story is short, but I loved David to pieces. He comes from a working family that allowed him to pursue his musical dreams when he had scholarships for colleges with better job prospects. Thea also came from a working mom who married a man who became Thea’s father. They showed Thea what love was and how she shouldn’t settle for less.
The story is pretty short and to the point. I loved reading a story where the characters weren’t obsessing for too long, dealt with issues and gave me a few giggles along the way.
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