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- Print Length: 270 pages
- Publisher: Lyrical Shine (February 16, 2016)
- Publication Date: February 16, 2016
- Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00XSVSCJY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #73,911 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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--What’s Going On--
Singer, Trevor Daniels doesn't have anywhere to live so he agrees to join a web-show about making a boy band when he finds out it comes with housing. But he wasn't expecting that he'd be required to have a fake boyfriend, Jalen Smith.
--What are the Issues--
Trevor has recently been diagnosed with diabetes and now he's come out to his very religious family and they've disowned him. He knows he can sing but he doesn't have a lot of confidence in himself and he's never had a boyfriend. In fact, he harbors a lot of guilt and shame over any intimate acts he's involved in. Jalen was adopted as a child and he has a bit of a chip on his shoulder over people judging him. He's not really interested in the show but his adopted sister is producing it and he'll do anything for family.
--What I Liked--
I've really been enjoying Annabeth Albert's work! I did not read the first in this series, Treble Maker, so these characters were completely new to me but I had no problem jumping right into their story. I loved the premise of the reality singing competition that was based on social media presence instead of narrowing down teams. I also loved(!!) the fake couple trope, as it's pretty much my favorite type of romance trope. I liked Trevor and enjoyed watching him gain confidence in his singing and begin to accept help and love and realize that he deserves the best in life. I wasn't expecting the diabetes angle but I think Albert did a great job of demonstrating how it affects someone's life, especially when it's a new diagnoses and they're not familiar with how to manage it.
In the beginning I wasn't so sure about Jalen and I was worried I wouldn't like him. He's very abrasive with Trevor and he's also super judgmental about everyone around him. Which is interesting because he hates being judged or having assumptions made about him but he does the exact same thing to others. But after the initial chapters he gets a lot better and I really loved his character. I especially liked how sweet he was with Trevor and how much he wanted to take care of him. He was always there for him, helping him in little ways that really make a difference for someone. It also really showed how Jalen's feelings where changing. I'm not sure if I'll read the next one, All Note Long, but I'll definitely continue reading Albert's new books.
--What I Would Have Liked--
There wasn't anything really big that was missing but there were a few small things I would have liked. I wish that Carter and Carson were less like caricatures and that the team had gotten along a little bit sooner. They didn't pick their group so I can't completely blame them but they did get a bit annoying. I also would have liked Jalen to show some verbal acceptance of Trevor's height; in the beginning he calls Trevor "shorty" and gives him a hard time over his height, which Trevor is a bit conscious about. Because of this, I would have enjoyed a scene where Jalen bolsters Trevor over this issue.
Honestly, I enjoyed all the characters in the book. I haven't read the first book in this series yet, but it honestly didn't affect this story at all. There were only a couple of casual mentions of previous characters. I got a sneak peek at the next book at the end of this one. I can't wait! It's going to be great.
It was a nice Annabeth Albert book that I will probably re-read.
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Trevor was in this first book in this series and he was sympathetic but not very likable.Read more