Adam Johnson’s the heart, soul, and songwriter behind his band’s greatest hits ... if the term can be applied when they aren’t even famous yet. He’s never been a good front man or stage presence, though; he leaves that to Lee, who sings Adam’s words as if they’re poetry.
The problem is, they are. Every word Adam’s written is a love letter for his lead singer, though he’s never had the courage to say so.
But when a famous -- or infamous -- legendary rock star and scandalous sex demon drop by one of their shows, Adam’s forced to confront the possibility he just might get everything he wants -- the record deal and Lee’s heart -- if he can only find the words to ask.
Cute and fun
What I really liked about this book was how real the characters felt. It’s a short, sweet read. The main love interests are adorable in how they get together, but what really stood out to me was the friendships. The author didn’t ignore the fact that in a good band story the members should be friends and have their personalities mesh well together. And I’ve always been super partial to characters that are good and kind without realizing they are anything special which Adam definitely is. Its cute. It’s fun. It’s easy to read.