A chance meeting with a go-go dancer at a West Hollywood nightclub turns country singer and superstar, Michelin's life upside down. Deeply in the closet, Michelin is really not ready for the relationship he finds himself in with Lucky. Lucky is a professional dancer with goals of his own and this thing with Michelin is not what he had in mind for his life either. The two are super attracted to each other though and despite all the reasons they have for not getting together they can't seem to stop themselves. What starts as a chance encounter leads to a really sweet romance.
The characters were interesting and Michelin in particular was a bit different than the usual romance character. He's outgoing and confident on stage but is shy and insecure in his private life. He's also demisexual and only feels sexual attraction when he has emotional feelings for someone. As a result he has had very limited sexual experience before meeting Lucky. This worked well for the plot and I liked the bit of a twist it gave the story.
The plot was fun and while a bit unbelievable I still really enjoyed it. This is the third book in this series but can be read as a stand alone. I have not read the previous two books but was able to follow the plot with no problem. There were brief appearances from the characters from the prior stories.
Giving true love a spin . . .
Michelin Moses is a country music star on the rise. With a hit single under his Texas-sized belt buckle and a sold-out concert tour underway, his childhood dreams of making it big are finally coming true. But there’s one thing missing—a promise to his dying mother that he’d find it—him—when the time was right. With a little luck, he won’t have to wait too long . . .
Lucky Ramirez is a hunky boy toy who dances at The Broom Closet, one of West Hollywood’s hottest gay bars. He loves what he does, and he’s good at it—almost as good as he is at playing dumb when he spots Michelin Moses at the bar. What happens next is off the charts—and keeps Michelin coming back for more. He’s just not sure it’s the right move for his career. But if Lucky gets his way, Michelin will get Lucky—and no matter how the media spins it, neither of them will be faking it . . .