Title: Love Me Tenor
Author: Annabeth Albert
Series: Perfect Harmony
Publisher: Lyrical Shine
Reviewer: Larry / John
Release Date: February 16, 2016
Genre(s): m/m Gay Fiction / Contemporary Romance
Page Count: 270 pages
Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5
Love Me Tenor by Annabeth Albert
Blurb: There’s no way he’ll shake this off…
Trevor Daniels is feeling aimless. A recent college grad, he’s not sure what to do with his useless degree, and his family all but abandoned him after he revealed the truth about himself. But a friend’s suggestion that he take his chances on a reality show aimed at finding the next big boy band strikes a chord with him—until the show’s producers convince him to act like he’s in a relationship with a guy who’s not at all his type. It isn’t exactly love at first sight for Jalen Smith either—but lust just might push them in an unexpected direction. If only their secrets weren’t even more twisted than their sheets, threatening to cost them the win—and each other…
Review: Two young men. Two messed up young men. Two messed up, young men, with secrets that neither wants the world to know are thrust into a reality TV show where everything is out in the open. How could life get worse? But, oh yeah, it can and does.
Trevor is immediately put off by the arrogant Jalen. He tells himself to get a grip and do what he loves to do – sing. He is nearly broke, graduated college with degrees his father insisted he receive, no home to go to, and no way to support himself with his worthless education. So sing he must. Win the contest he must, at all cost, or what? He has no idea.
Jalen is joined by Carson and Carter , two young men who could pass for twins. And they are a lovey, touchy couple, who think PDA’s are not only okay, but required. Trevor is astonished by their openness. His inner-being battles what he sees and feels at every turn, yet he wishes he had the same.
All semblance of security falls apart when he and Jalen are told they have to be a couple for the show, a pretend couple, but for the public, they have to make it look and feel real. Life sucks for both of them when they find they are dorming in the same room, a room not big enough for one.
I found the book to be more than interesting. Annabeth Albert wove a story filled with strife, compassion, greed, lust, and secrets. Her ability to reveal the inner souls, thoughts, and emotions of all four contestants was as amazing as the story itself.
I wanted to know the secrets, how they would be resolved, if they would be resolved, and if this group of young broken men could ever get their act together. It’s no wonder Love Me Tenor is ranked as well as it is on Amazon. If you enjoy reading a well told story of people attempting to find themselves, a story filled with emotion, then you’ll love this story, too.
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