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Cody Rivers is determined to be a rock star, but couch-surfing between bar shows gets old fast. Joining an a cappella group for a new singing competition show could be his last chance at real fame - unless the college boy from the heart of the country messes it up for him. Lucas Norwood is everything gothy, glittery Cody is not-conservative, clean-cut, and virginal. But when a twist in the show forces them together, even the sweetest songs get steamy as the attraction between them lights up the stage. Lucas wants to take it slow, but Cody's singing a different tune - and this time it may be a love song....

Contains mature themes.

©2015 Annabeth Albert (P)2019 Tantor

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  • 12-08-2020

Another great story

This book is about an network singing competition. The framework of characters are developed just enough to hope they reappear in the next book in this series. The sex scenes are typical Annabeth Albert style. If you’ve enjoyed her other adventure stories. This book will not disappoint. I only wished to hear the character Lucas sing.

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