Their fake relationship may trick the viewers—and also themselves…
Trevor Daniels is out of chances. The recent college graduate doesn’t know what to do with his life, and going back home to his family is no longer an option. The one thing he can do though is sing. A chance to be on a reality show designed to find the next superstar boy band group may be exactly what he needs to turn his life around.
But the show wants him to fake a relationship. With another guy. A really, really hot guy who is none too happy to be paired with Trevor. And now they have to room together too?
Jalen Smith doesn’t want to be stuck with the uptight tenor, but he might have no choice. He too wants a shot at stardom, and if he has to fake attraction, then so be it. Except as the show goes on, less and less faking is needed, and more and more lust is springing up off camera.
But Trevor’s hiding a dangerous secret, one that could ruin more than their chances at winning the show. Can the truth give them the opportunity of a lifetime?
Love Me Tenor was previously published. This version has received a light editing update, but otherwise it’s the same fan-favorite story. Contains two reluctant allies faking a relationship, fake boyfriend hijinks, bunkbed escapades, first time feel, plenty of steam, and a guaranteed happy ending.
The second book in a series of 3 that were rereleased by the author.
Another singing competition, this time trying to create a boy band. We met Trevor in the last book as the best friend of Lucas. Since then, Trevor has come out of the closet and been disowned by his family. With no where- literally- to go, he reluctantly agrees to be part of a group competing to be the next big boy band.
Like the previous, perhaps a little dated in the concept of singing competitions and boy bands. But it was still kind of fun. Fake boyfriends, real boyfriends who are eerily alike, religious zealot parents all while being recorded almost 24/7.
We definitely get to see another side of Trevor, mostly because he assume Jalen is straight. I did like that those stereotypes were challenged. Just because Jalen looks like this, doesn’t mean he is straight. Jalen did cause a bit of unnecessary angst by not just coming clean, but that’s a bit understandable too.
The story was definitely more in the house and their everyday life rather than the competition, but we still follow that as well. Although there are only 3 groups competing and, again, a bit stereotyped. But with the addition of social media and how important it is for competitions like this, it was fun.
Cute read, especially if you are a fan of singing competitions.
3.5 pieces of eye candy