After a whirlwind week of hot sex and growing affection, Nicole and Gabriel were forced to part ways and to return to real life. For a while they danced around each other, meeting up when they could, the distance between them rivaled only by their desire to be together again.
Now these lovers are no longer star-crossed. They’re in the same city at the same time and can finally indulge their insatiable passion. At least until Gabriel’s increasingly popular band goes on tour.
But the ticking clock of his budding music career isn’t the only obstacle to contend with. A blast from Gabriel’s wild past, a guy that kept Nicole warm in Gabriel’s absence, and fear of what the future holds all converge just as they’ve begun to realize this might be love…
Author’s Note: This book contains strong language and sexual content with dark elements, some of which readers may find uncomfortable.
Cristina’s Rating: 3 of 5 stars
In the second book in this 3 stars read we get to know more about Gabriel Roberts, musician for Fool The World and Nicole Langley, aspiring writer. It starts off after months of being apart and finally with a temporary stay in the same city they decides to give their relationship a chance.
Gabriel’s hiding something and with any secret if the truth does not come out straight from the source most of the time the other party will feel like there is more to the omission. Nicole (of course) already sense that Gabriel is keeping something from her after meeting one of the musicians from another band that will be on tour with his band. When revelations are revealed it makes her feel not enough for him causing her to do something she least expects. Cliché? Yes; however, was hoping for more from the predictable story but just got what the series was good at thus far…the steamy moments.
I am torn. The series continues to have many erotic scenes but the context of the Gabriel and Nicole’s story is just that for me. Sadly, I was not feeling much when it came to their issues and when the physical scenes do not come to play the chapter would just drag. I was at a point where I just wanted to finish in hopes that something more will change my perspectives but unfortunately not so much. And once again we are left with another cliffhanger. Would I want to read the conclusion? Debatable.