Sunny Shelly’s Review: 5 Stars
Another Lisa Suzanne rockstar romance? Yes, please! Give me more of the Capital Kingsmen boys!
Brett is the swinging single drummer, famous for his love ’em and leave ’em one night stands. One of those nights catches up with him when he discovers that not only does he have a baby, but the kid’s mother is dying. Hannah’s sister was in a horrible accident, leaving her at the end of her rope and not knowing what to do other than reach out to Brett. Who she hates, simply because he slept with her sister and knocked her up. Brie’s death turns Brett’s life upside down as much as it does Hannah’s. Brett never wanted kids (he didn’t have the best relationship with his parents), but he stands up and does the right thing where Hannah and little Chance are concerned.
Knowing that it’s time for him to step up, Brett invites Hannah and Chance on tour with the band, so she can be Chance’s nanny and he can get to know his son. Along the way, while trapped together on a tour bus and in hotel rooms, Brett and Hannah start falling for one another. But will Brett sabotage what they have before they even get started?
I loved the connection between Brett and Hannah — their relationship is a nice slow burn that starts off with a reluctant friendship of sorts. I also really loved the growth that Brett showed from start to finish. He went from only being able to call Chance “the kid” to really being a father to the little boy. And the life-changing moment where Brett realized that he had everything he never knew he wanted and threw it all away? I’m not embarrassed to say that I cried. A beautiful grand gesture led to some groveling and a wonderful reunion for this couple. And the epilogue was just perfect!
Well, done! I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.