FEELING THE RHYTHM by S.J. Frost
Feeling the Rhythm by S.J. Frost
Reviewed by Lisa
The Conquest No Fear World Tour is coming to a close and tradition dictates that they close in their home town of Chicago. For drummer Brad Delfini the last concert is both a blessing and a curse because after the show ends he won’t have any reason to see the band’s road manager Remmy Laurent again. Months of dwelling on the gorgeous blonde, secretly wanting to ask him out and then thinking up reasons to steer clear was getting him nowhere.
The ghosts of Brad’s past won the round when the drummer almost made a move on Remmy at the end of the show in Chicago, but he chickened out at the last minute. Next were weeks of self chastisement and sleepless nights that didn’t solve anything except remind him of why he was alone and still pretending to be straight.
Leave it up to lead singer and meddler extraordinaire Jesse Alexander to orchestrate a meet between Brad and Remmy. Seeing the sweet man again, face to face begins to crumble Brad’s resistance. Taking that first step towards an honest relationship releases a dam within the drummer. Perhaps knowing that he’s loved regardless of the past will help Brad exorcise the ghosts once and for all.
Back in the groove with the irresistible band mates of Conquest in the heart felt story Feeling the Rhythm. Extremely emotional, yet also so very sensual, author S.J. Frost delicately blends the angst and hotness and redemption to give readers the story they crave for Brad and Remmy. Fans will love hearing from everyone while new readers will be happily hooked on the series. Feeling the Rhythm plays in perfect harmony.