There’s a lot of sex in this book. A lot. Mainly in the first half of the book. Molly and Fox meet at a party. Insta-lust happens and they spend the night together. Molly is not interested in anything more but Fox persists and who can resist a rock god? Well, not Molly. And I can’t blame her.
Fox’s band, Schoolboy Choir, is taking a month long vacation in Australia. Molly agrees to spend that time with him. In between the sex, they do talk and get to know each other. Thus, after the month ends, Fox tells Molly he wants more. He want a relationship. He wants her to move to L.A. with him. Molly, of course, agrees.
The book really shines in the second half. In L.A., Molly meets some of his friends and get to know his bandmates better. She even guides the drummer, David, on how to pursue her half-sister, Thea. Thea happens to handle the band’s PR.
Throughout their relationship, they do talk and solve problems like mature adults.
“You can always ask, he said at that wary sound. “I’d rather get pissed at me, scream and yell, than let suspicion stew inside that smart head of yours.”
“You said I should trust you.”
“You should.” “But until you do, I’ll take questions.”
If you don’t mind all the sex, you will be rewarded with a wonderful romance and a terrific cast of secondary characters who deserve books of their own.
ARC provided by publisher via NetGalley.