On Perfect Harmony, the ambitious competitors heat things up on stage and off…
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 maybe a love song…
I have something to confess: I'm a HUGE a cappella fan.
In fact, my college all-male a cappella group was on the show, The Sing Off, that this book is based on, and I watched intently all season. I became sort of an a cappella groupie, and so I was THRILLED when I saw the plot of this book. I've also been loving everything I've been reading from Annabeth Albert. She is relatively new to the M/M scene, but she has just been owning it recently.
Cody and Lucas were electric together. This book is kinkier than you might expect, albeit a pretty tame level of kinkiness. Kink-lite. Still, I found Lucas's love of being bossed around and toppy topped to be SUPER hot. And you guys know I LOVE me a virgin!! All of their sex scenes were so yummy to read, and I got really into them as a couple.
The plot was nicely done as well. I liked reading about Cody's struggling music career and Lucas's home/school situation. It felt authentic and well executed. All the people in the book, from the more important side characters to those that just made a cameo, were really thought out.
I liked everything about this story, and even though the plot had a few moments where it dragged a little, I give this book super high marks. Sing on, Annabeth Albert!
**Copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review**
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