Book: Fall Into My Kiss (book one)
Series: Merging Violently
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Publication Date: May 31, 2016
Length: 167 pages
Reviewed by Morningstar
Will Hunter’s life ever be more than an endless tour of small gigs?
Hunter Lee is lead guitarist of the alternative rock band, Merging Violently. He and his four friends travel up and down the East Coast, playing small gigs. It’s not what he dreamed of when he founded the band, but it’s a way to make a living. Meeting Edward Monterrose might be the best shot he has at hitting the big time.
Edward Monterrose doesn’t have time for a relationship. He’s too busy with his horses and students. Yet he always makes time for a benefit to raise money for charities he supports. While recovering from an injury, he overhears Hunter playing in the park and asks him to play at the benefit.
The two men come from different worlds yet discover they have more in common than they thought. Yet will their relationship last when they’re apart for months on end?
Publisher's Note: This book is linked to the Home series by T.A. Chase.
This is just one of those stories that warms your heart and fills you with happy. In life, we can never be sure where our paths will actually go no matter how much planning and work we put into the outcome. This is one of those stories that shows you sometimes life gives you a better more fulfilling path than the one you thought you wanted.
Hunter Lee is the lead guitarist for his band Merging Violently (Love the name!!) and is tired of just playing small gigs up and down the east coast. He doesn’t just want to make a living, he wants them to be a success.
Edward Monterrose is a well-known horse trainer who doesn’t have time for anything else in his life including getting injured after being thrown from his horse during a training session. After a chance meeting in a small park where Hunter sat working on his songs, Edward asks Hunter out on a date. When Edward asks Hunter if his band wants to play at his benefit where Edward’s famous singer brother will be, well Hunter and his band can’t pass a chance like that up. And if that means Hunter gets to spend more time with Edward out on his ranch well that’s just perfect to him.
This was a sweet and heartwarming romance between two men that are in two different place in their lives trying to make it work with lots of obstacles in the way. The narration of the story flowed so easily and the author was able to move from Edward to Hunter and back without any confusion of who was speaking. Even though I didn’t read the Home series that this was an off shoot from it didn’t really bother me or affect my understanding of the story.
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