Title: All Note Long
Giving true love a spin . . .
Michelin Moses is a country music star on the rise. With a hit single under his Texas-sized belt buckle and a sold-out concert tour underway, his childhood dreams of making it big are finally coming true. But there’s one thing missing—a promise to his dying mother that he’d find it—him—when the time was right. With a little luck, he won’t have to wait too long . . .
Lucky Ramirez is a hunky boy toy who dances at The Broom Closet, one of West Hollywood’s hottest gay bars. He loves what he does, and he’s good at it—almost as good as he is at playing dumb when he spots Michelin Moses at the bar. What happens next is off the charts—and keeps Michelin coming back for more. He’s just not sure it’s the right move for his career. But if Lucky gets his way, Michelin will get Lucky—and no matter how the media spins it, neither of them will be faking it . . .
Author: Annabeth Albert
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Move Me, Unconditional Surrender, Served Hot, Baked Fresh
Series: Perfect Harmony #3
Published by Lyrical Press Source: Publisher
Published: August 2, 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Male Male Romance, Romance
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Michelin Moses, rock star turned country, is tired of living a lie but is afraid to come out of the closet. You would think someone used to the limelight would be used to the spotlight, however, outside his music he is a recluse. One night he decides to go to a friend’s 21st birthday at the Brown Closet, one of Hollywood’s hottest gay clubs. For one night, he wants to be himself until he literally
runs into the platform of his dream guy.
This is my third book I have read from Annabeth Albert and I love her style. M/M is one of the genres that I have recently started to love and Miss Albert does them well. All Note Long is about a man who has been hiding his sexuality most of his life and then suddenly everyone knows. His only answer to save his career and the career of Lucky is to pretend there are together. The more time they spend together the more they realize they are a match made in heaven.
I really enjoyed this book both because it confronted stereotypes and coming out. These men found a way to confront their past and fight for their tomorrow. However, it took forever for Moses to finally accept his new life and Lucky. He seemed to be independent in every way possible except what he wanted for his music career. He never stood up for himself when his livelihood and person was threatened. Then there was Lucky. Too damn stubborn and prideful for his own good. I just felt these men could have had a extraordinary early on instead of always questioning each other’s actions or words.
Overall it was a good read that I would definitely recommend and continue reading more of Miss Albert.
I was gifted a copy from the JeepDiva in exchange for an honest review.