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Matt Carter, self-proclaimed sex-god and drummer for world renowned Souls of the Knight, didn’t have the time or inclination for planning his future, preferring to fill his days with music, women and alcohol. He didn’t want or need anything else in his life.
Until the band parted ways and he found himself no longer living the dream.
Bored and lonely, with too much time and money on his hands, Matt turns to his best friend, Alex Clark, to help devise a new direction to take his life in. Together, they embrace their newfound venture, as owner and manager of one of L.A.’s hottest gay clubs – Kaleidoscope. For the first time, Matt has a plan. He knows where life is heading.
Until a devastating phone call turns his whole world upside down, sending him straight into the comforting arms of his best friend and leading him to doubt everything he’s ever known or believed about himself.
Alex had always been content with his unrequited feelings for his rockstar friend, but as Matt starts to question if he might actually feel the same, he runs as fast as his feet will allow.
Has Matt gone too far? Has his reputation as an irresponsible womanizer who refuses to take life seriously, finally managed to push his best friend away for good?
Or is Alex hiding secrets of his own?
Review: Even though this is the 3rd in the Souls of the Knight series, it can be read on its own – but the first 2 books are good, so give them a try.
Matt was the drummer for the Knights. Now that the band has split up, he’s at a loss for what to do. The one constant in his life is Alex, his best friend. Matt is a lady’s man who has lived up to his rocker rep (brash, no filter, spoilt). However, once he and Alex go into business together, he shows a more stable, sweet side.
Slowly, Matt finds himself falling for Alex, and in his typical way, owned his feelings. Funnily enough, Alex is the one who starts to back-pedal a bit.
When a sensitive issue is revealed, it is done very well and it made their relationship even stronger.
It has all the things I like for an entertaining read – humour, heart low angst and well developed characters.
4.5 stars out of 5
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