- File Size: 1412 KB
- 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: #172,695 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Love Me Tenor is the second book I have read by Annabeth Albert. I really enjoyed her writing style and the subject matter of the books. The A Cappella and singing competition aspect of these novels drew me in (avid American Idol watcher) and Love Me Tenor plays along these lines also.
I loved the tweets from the cast of the show displayed in the book and the dynamic of the groups performing. Tenor is like a behind the scenes view into the inner workings and relationships formed during filming of reality music tv shows. I enjoyed the journey with Jalen & Trevor, a made up relationship for the camera that turns into the real thing. Which neither boy was really expecting and the pitfalls of what is real & what is staged really makes for good drama. The trials of their relationship were poignant and what I think would to be very real life. Trevor just came out and Jalen isn't sure he can handle all of Trevor's quirks. Trevor's family problems and his guilt about his not living up to their expectations was written heartfelt and emotional. The side characters were nicely displayed and have me wondering who might the next book be about. Looking forward to more!
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.
I'm a huge music lover, so I always enjoy a book about musicians. The story line of Love Me Tenor is a reality show following three boy bands through a competition to become the most popular group of the three. Trevor gets a call from a friend that is working on the show because she worked with him on another music reality show. He joins the group not knowing he is being placed in a group that is supposed to consist of two gay couples. Carson and Carter are an actual couple and Jalen and Trevor are going to be a fake couple for the show. Of course the relationship begins to turn more real as the two begin to spend time together and get to know each other, but Trevor's hang ups cause them problems and may damage the relationship. Carson and Carter begin to have their own issues and the group begins to crumble. All the while they all realize how much they really want to win the competition, but they have to work through their problems to do so.
Trevor and Jalen were both very likeable characters. You really just wanted to wrap Trevor up and give him a huge hug for all of the things he was dealing with. Jalen may have come across as a tough guy, but he obviously had a very tender spot for Trevor and it was so much fun to watch the two come together. Carson and Carter were fun characters. Their lovey-dovey attitude may have been a been much for the other two in the start, but I liked how the four of them really came together for each other when they needed it.
I am a fan of the way Albert can tell a story. Her writing feels very real to the story being told. The dialogue made it easy to picture early twenty-somethings. I could picture myself there with everyone. I thought the title of the book was pretty cute. A bit of a play on Love Me Tender? It caught my eye anyway and I would have stopped to read the description even if I didn't know who the author was.
Overall, I thought this was a great read. Any fan of Annabeth Albert will enjoy this read as well as fans of M/M romance.
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