Phoenix

Can I just say, WOW on the sex scenes...they are not only detailed but tell a story. They weren't vulgar or turned me off in the slightest, they were very well written. I loved how the author told this story.

Alex got turned onto Danny at the age of 17 and hasn't looked back. Losing his parents was rough on him and he wound up living with his aunt and uncle. He's really into art, portraits/paintings, sketches, and doing up leather jackets. When he comes face to face with Danny He gives him a painting he did, Danny is blown away. Their journey continues from there and I think it's really great.

Their story developed so well it was easy to keep track and not fall behind. You got to see their relationship slowly develop. Danny was also a sweetheart and was very patient when he walked Alex through his first time. I also love the way they looked out for each other. This is a book I recommend.


Book Blurb for Phoenix

Young painter Alex Tatton has always loved music. When a tragic accident takes away his parents, he turns to a darker style of music and discovers the rock band, Death Rose. Feeling isolated from his own life, Alex develops a crush on guitarist Danny Death who, despite the name, is vivacious, full of life, and has a reputation for being 'the nicest guy in rock n' roll'.

After a gig, Alex finds Danny to give him a signed painting. Danny is everything a star should be: charming, sexy, a beacon of light in Alex's otherwise dark life, and after meeting him Alex is determined to see him again—and this time he wants more than just an autograph.


Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2014 4.50