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Bassist with Benefits (Bulletproof Book 3) Kindle Edition
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This is a best friends to lovers story. Jeremy, Bass Guitarist, and Alan, Drummer, with rock group Bulletproof have been best friends since they were teenagers. They share everything including enjoying group sessions with groupies after their concerts, they actually prefer it that way. What Alan doesn't know is that Jeremy has feelings beyond friendship for him and has been secretly crushing on him for years. Following an uncomfortable moment in a dark room neither can forget they are torn as to weither their friendship can continue as it was, the friendship becomes strained and impacts all around them. Are they comfortable for the other to be with other men? Do they both want more?
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I received a copy of this book in return for an honest review.
This is a friends to lovers with some drama. I enjoyed the flow of this book. It took a few different sets of circumstances to get them together.
I enjoyed the interaction between the two Mcs the laughing the joking and the ribbing. It was good getting snippets of their friendship through the years too.
I'm glad it wasn't all plain sailing. It flowed naturally was well written and showed the band as what they truly are a band of brothers. I would recommend this book.
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The premise is not a new one, best friend to love/lover, but the underlying storyline is new to me.
I enjoyed the brutal honesty of the dynamics of the life of a heavy metal band. They work hard and play harder. Random, frequent hookups, drugs everywhere you look and the excitement that surrounds their lives and performances are sometimes hard to read but interesting in their indulgences and their indifferent attitude after the fact.
The author gives us an intriguing story that leads these two best friends on a path that could make a lifelong partnership or destroy their friendship forever.
Where I expected, based on their hedonistic behavior, the characters to be immature and superficial, they are deeply committed to the band, their responsibilities, and their friendship.
The journey is fraught with bumps and side trips, but achieving their destination brings great satisfaction.
There is humor, anger, jealousy, love, lots of sex and a well earned HEA.