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Danny Champion is ready to be a rockstar. He's been preparing for this most of his life. He'll finally make it with the Knights. He knows it.It's a horrible time to fall in love.But then there's Cash, Danny’s roommate. A quiet computer nerd without a clue about the music business, Cash can barely understand the world Danny's so eager to live in. He certainly doesn’t want tDanny Champion is ready to be a rockstar. He's been preparing for this most of his life. He'll finally make it with the Knights. He knows it.It's a horrible time to fall in love.But then there's Cash, Danny’s roommate. A quiet computer nerd without a clue about the music business, Cash can barely understand the world Danny's so eager to live in. He certainly doesn’t want to share it.Even though he knows he shouldn't, Danny's unable to resist introducing Cash to the wonders of sex. He didn't expect to get addicted to Cash's charms....

Title : Champion
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Champion Reviews

  • Ami
    2019-03-14 23:32

    3.5 starsI enjoy this ... although at the same time, it lacks something that tickle my emotional side. I mean, I really like it but not enough to say that I love it. I think it is mainly because of Cash... The story is taken solely from Danny's side -- so I know what is in his head. I know the moment he realizes he is in love with his nerdy asexual roommate. Unfortunately, Cash doesn't share the same friendly personality that Danny has. At times, I think Cash is a bit too cold; even if Danny justifies Cash's reaction to romance due to Cash's lack of interaction with other people. Still, I find it a bit difficult for me to warm up to Cash. Even until the end, I don't really know or certain when the exact time that Cash feels the same way like Danny. Is it because of Danny or is it only because Danny is the first person ever try to introduce romance and relationship to Cash. I miss Cash's POV to understand him.It was a quick read though. It was meant to be the 'fluffy back up read' since my other current read (at the time I read this) is rather dark/heavy -- but I end up devouring it first. Now I'm left to find another fluffy thing as back-up read.

  • V
    2019-03-22 06:40

    Well, what do you know? I have “only” been waiting two years for this sequel :(UPDATEDWell, what can I say?? after waiting all this time for the sequel, I was expecting a story that really blow my mind, something fantastic, terrific, difererent..Sweet, nice characters ? yes, I agree.Fireworks?? not at all, what I got, was a candle light.

  • Cole Riann
    2019-03-18 07:56

    Review posted at The Armchair Reader.4.25 starsFinally! Another Heaven Sent/Indigo Knights book! It has been a long stretch since the first Indigo Knights book, Squire, came out 2 years ago. The spinoff series from Heaven Sent centers around the up and coming band by the same name, Indigo Knights, who is produced by Brent from the former series and band, Heaven Sent, and whom which the character in the first book, Rabin, occasionally showed up in that series. Of course, with all the Heaven Sent guys paired up in their Happily Ever Afters, the guys in the new band need some loving. This series follows the same format as all the books before it -- they're all gay rockers, usually flamboyant, deal with the same issues of being gay in the public eye, having a relationship with groupies around, and having to spend time apart and usually are based on some form of the Gay For You trope. And I fuckin love em. It is a format for sure, they don't differ a whole lot, but it is a perfected one because for some reason I tear through each one wanting more. They're sinfully delicious and Champion follows in the same vein.Danny Champion is the lead singer of Indigo Knights and frontman for the up and coming band. They're pretty much set, they just haven't got the fans yet. They're really good, they're a solid group of guys that really mesh, and they've got the backing and support of Heaven Sent. It looks like it is all in the cards. For now, it is a waiting game -- a broke waiting game for Danny. He's the poorest of the group, working at a pizzeria in Chicago as they wait for their club tour to start and for Heaven Sent to finish recording their album and sharing an apartment with a computer nerd who rarely dresses or leaves their building. Cash is still adorable though, even though he's straight. Danny has a major crush on him. When they start talking about romance, and Cash seems completely befuddled with romance of any kind, Danny sets out to get closer to his roommate, with very unexpected consequences.This is one of my favorite pairings of the stories so far. I occasionally grew impatient with how insanely clueless and stubborn Cash is, but overall I found the dynamic created by the sexy uninhibited Danny and the naive Cash who is out of touch with own feelings and emotions. It is as if Cash has never learned how to connect with himself. He's never asked himself the questions most of us do and he's coasted through life without a connection of any kind with another person. Sure, he's straight, if you consider that he's never really even thought about his feelings or characterized them. This made one thing prominent in their romance that I really liked -- Cash is an open book, lending their relationship to all different kind of possibilities (which Danny has a lot of fun exploring!).There are a lot of fans of these series, as well as Jet Mykles in general. I can say that I completely understand where the admiration comes from. These books combine serious issues in a light and sexy tone. They don't diverge into uncharted territory and are sexy as hell. Fans of this author will definitely want to read this newest book. Reading it make me want to go back and re-read the entire Heaven Sent series over again… except for the girly one ;)Definitely Recommended

  • Sarah
    2019-03-01 23:54

    I was a little disappointed with this novel. The build up was too short, sex felt abrupt and I thought it was super short for the price. Ok read, but not my favorite from this author.

  • Lauraadriana
    2019-03-14 02:46

    More like 2.5 Stars but I rounded up since the sex was pretty hot.Here's the issue, if I would have only had to wait six months for this book, hell even one year, I would have probably have been more satisfied, but for such a long wait this book was kind of a let down...I mean Danny was such an intriguing and kind of edgy character in Squire and in this story he was kinda bland...He could have been the pizza delivery guy.Cash his roommate love/interest was in one word...Confusing. He seemed to have all these hangups initially about romance/relationships, but that seemed to go nowhere, I still don't really get what the point was with that.To be fair they were cute and the sex was pretty hot, but I don't know the love story felt shallow to me, the ending was just alright for me. Felt like there were wayyyy to many unresolved things.If you're a fan of Jet Mykles you're gonna read it anyways, so just be warned. If you're not start with the Heaven Sent series then move on to this. Hope Lance's book is better.

  • Karen Wellsbury
    2019-02-26 06:34

    Now, I may be binge reading, but I didn't fancy TV last night, and I enjoyed the first one of these.So Danny is the lead singer of the newly formed Indigo Knights, and frankly, he's a bit of a slapper; but he also has a crush on his nerdy room mate- Cash.Rabin + Izzy from book 1 are here (of course) and we also meet lance and Noble and the bands manager, Gordon.Well, of course Danny and Cash start to have a thing, and its really, really sweet.I don't know of life in a new band is really like this, and suspect that its probably not, but you know what - I don't actually care. I like the premise of a boy slapper falling for a virginal nerd, and all the associated silliness and confusion that comes with it.Not as good as book 1 BUT good scene setting and I really liked Cash.

  • Darkm
    2019-02-27 01:00

    3.5 starsNice and sweet, if maybe a bit unreal.But that's also what I like in this series, and I can't wait to read the others.

  • Rebecca ♥ Ash, Kishan, Magnus ♥
    2019-03-09 02:00

    This one was ok. It was pretty hot, and I liked Danny. But Cash didn't seem like anything special. He was ok but I don't really see why Danny was so in love with him.

  • Eugenia
    2019-02-28 02:36

    Cute & Sweet GFY.I enjoyed reading this second book in the series. I liked the characters. I dig the rock star trope. I liked seeing the growth of the band. It makes me laugh when all band members end up being gay or bi because that’s so real, right?Danny, who we met at the end of Squire, has the hots for his computer geek roommate, Cash. Danny is gay. Cash is straight. Guess what happens? It was a cute GFY, virgin, never been kissed story. There wasn’t much complexity on the part of the characters, but a decent storyline made me forgive lack of depth. So did the sex scenes.I’ll continue on with this series because it’s fun and light—which sometimes is just what the doctor ordered.

  • Christy
    2019-03-18 06:50

    I loved that 'Champion', book two in Jet Mykles's series 'Indigo Knights', started with the wedding of Luc and Reese from her 'Heaven Sent' series. It was so much fun touching base with the guys and their partners. I adored those books, and after reading the first one in this series, I knew I was going to feel the same way about this series. The Heaven Sent guys are established already, as a band, whereas the Indigo Knights are just starting out, which brings a whole different dynamic to their relationships, both within and without the band members.Danny is the lead singer for Indigo Knights, and Rabin found him in California and had him move to Chicago. They got lucky when they also picked up the lead bassist, Lance, and drummer, Noble, from another band, and recruited them. So, now the Indigo Knights have been recording, their manager is working on getting them a club tour, and Danny is dealing with the mega crush he has on Cash, his very geeky, computer science, nerd of a roommate.The thought of these two guys falling in love fascinated me. Danny is outgoing, open about his sexuality, and he is an all around fun-loving lead singer of a band. Cash is a senior at the university, majoring in computer science, has no real friends, spends all his time interfacing with computers, and lacks a lot of social skills. Adorable, right? Oh, yes. Danny kisses him, one night, trying to make a point, no pun intended, about how guys can like romance just as much as girls can. Well, this leads to Danny discovering that Cash kissed one girl in the eighth grade, and a stripper at his uncle's birthday party kissed him. Two kisses before Danny. Cash doesn't know it, but he's starved for touch, and Danny is just the guy to give it to him.What starts as sex turns into more, at least for Danny, and he doesn't have a clue what he should do when he realizes he is in love with Cash, and his music career, and touring, is just beginning. "No fair, he let himself think. I wasn’t supposed to find you yet." When Danny confesses his love to Cash, well…let's just say that Cash isn't accepting. Cash knows the realities of the world, he understands that he doesn't fit into Danny's world, and it's best to just end it before he gets his heart broken.A great addition to the series! Cash is so earnest and adorable that I just couldn't help but like him, while Danny is just plain wonderful. This is a fantastic series which I highly recommend.NOTE: This book was provided by Loose Id for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews.

  • Sherry
    2019-03-25 03:00

    Update: 3.5 starsDanny has moved from Calif. to Chicago and is mildly intrigued by and attracted to his seemingly asexual room mate, Cash.Of course, that changes.... During a conversation, Danny quizzes Cash about his sexual experiences and is stunned at the response. Danny pushes the issue and Cash almost reluctantly enters the relationship. However, Cash is difficult to read and Danny is not sure where they stand as a couple.Having said that, I was not able to sink myself in to this chapter as I did IK1 and most certainly most of the Heaven Sent series. Cash is hard to get a read on and IMO seemed kind of....flat. Perhaps more will come to light in the next story?3.75 starsStarted last night and just finished....need to mull it over a bit but plan to write a review.

  • Natalie
    2019-03-19 04:47

    This was exactly what I want a Jet Mykles book to be: light, sweet, and sexy. There's a little bit of angst, but we know it's all gonna be okay. Cash is an adorable, sexually naive geek who is clueless about his roommate's growing attraction. Danny can't help but fall in love with him, but Cash is still coming to terms with being gay and is reluctant to commit to someone who will be away so much of the time. I enjoyed revisiting characters from other books (Izzy is still my all-time favorite), and this story nicely sets up some possibilities for future books in the series.

  • Kinny
    2019-03-04 04:54

    3.5 stars. It's like a watered down version of Johnny and Tyler's story. I expected to swoon and get lost in the story. It was not a bad story at all but it falls into so cute rather than loved it.Danny Champion was described as ultra gorgeous in Squire but here they did not really seem like it. I loved the updates on the Heaven Sent couples especially Tyler and Johnny.

  • Bea
    2019-03-10 00:53

    What can I say but that I love this author. I just always feel happy when I finish the book. We get a little conflict, a little angst, and a whole lot of lovin'. Are you having a bad day? Read this book and end it with a smile.You should probably read the other books (including Heaven series), but it is not required to follow the story.

  • Nic
    2019-03-17 05:46

    I enjoyed this book as a quick read to follow up the first book in the series but found the plot was too similar to the first book - both feature a GFY theme. It would have also been good to see more inclusion of the original characters into this book. However the main characters Danny and Cash were interesting. Danny the rising rock star and Cash the computer nerd. I did think it was a little unbelievable that (view spoiler)[Danny fell in love so quickly particularly given that he and Cash did not have much in common, didn't appear to see much of each other at home (until they started having sex) and had never been out of the apartment together. (hide spoiler)] I am looking forward to the next books in the series but hope for a bit more plot variation and maybe some more tension.

  • SueM
    2019-03-25 00:51

    3.5 stars. Hmm, I admit I find Jet Mykles writing a bit frustrating - her characters are interesting and quirky, and the story lines are generally good too...Yet for me, they rarely live up to their potential, dammit, and I can't help but wonder what her stories would be like if they were just a tad longer, where the layers of emotion were explored in more depth rather than glossed over. *sigh* Maybe one day...

  • Deeze
    2019-03-17 07:56

    Not much to say on this one.It's a sweet little rock star story with the added bonus of geeky nerd.Loved the teasing Danny does with all the pet names. Loved Cash and his insecurities.But overall this wasn't as good as I remember the Heaven Sent series being. Nothing bad just it never quite grabbed me in the heart.

  • Arthur
    2019-03-24 01:40

    It's nice reading. My only problem is that it felt formulaic. What happened to Danny and Cash mirrored of what happened to Rabin and Izzy in the first book.The sequel seems to be about Lance and Gordon. Their story, from what we learned, is gonna be different from the couples in the first two books.

  • Lisa Arbitrary - AttentionIsArbitrary M/M Blog
    2019-03-05 01:39

    This just worked for me :)

  • Julesmarie
    2019-02-24 08:00

    UPDATE 20 Sep 2014Just finished my first re-read of this since #4 just came out and I wanted a refresher on Danny's story before moving on to Lance's and then Noble's.I'm very happy to say that I enjoyed this story much more this time around. I know for sure I came into it with much different expectations this time, so that might've been part of it.I appreciated Cash so much better this time. He didn't seem nearly as cold. And I was able to appreciate much more that he was indeed making efforts and wasn't forcing Danny to do all the work, as it had seemed to me the first time through.I still thoroughly adore Danny, love his sense of humor so much, and can't wait to get to hopefully see him being happy in the background of books 3 and 4.Favorite Quotes:For a second it was like he'd never seen Danny before in his life, but then recognition dawned as his brain emerged from whatever cyberspace he'd been in."Don't worry. I'll be gay for both of us.""That's why I think we'd be doing them a fucking favor by admitting there is no such thing as latent homosexuality and there is just homosexuality with an occasional side of hetero for reproductive purposes.""I'm a big Heaven Sent fan."And there it was. Danny had learned that particular pickup line well over the past few months. When delivered along with a look like he was getting now, it meant "I'm gay, and I want to eat your dick."ORIGINAL REVIEW 15 Sep 20123.5 starsPerhaps I should preface this by saying that Heaven was my very first M/M read, and I've been virtually crazy fan-girl obsessed with Ms. Mykles's rockers ever since. The first book in this series, Squire, actually beat out two of the Heaven Sent books on my list of favorites, so I had high hopes for this one. And the wait! Ugh, what a wait for this to come out!So, okay, lots of build-up to Danny's story. I adored him in Squire. ADORED him! If I didn't love Izzy so much... Anyway, so, yeah. I was looking forward to this book.And, I can't help but feel let down. There were parts of it that had my inner fan-girl squeeing (view spoiler)[Luc and Reese's wedding, for example! It was so great to get to see a Heaven Sent wedding, since we never got to see Johnnie and Tyler's. I also LOVED all of the cameos by the various members of Heaven Sent and also Izzy. Those scenes were all great fun. (hide spoiler)] but mostly I just kept waiting for the fun to start.I think that's my issue with this book. I've loved the other books in these series so much because they felt like fantasy, like fairy tales. And this one didn't so much. Danny was having to try WAY too much with Cash. And Cash came across as so cold and uncaring. Add to that Danny's having to work at the pizza place and struggle to make rent, and this story just ended up feeling much too much like real life.I echo others' hopes that Lance's story will be better. And add the hope that we'll not have to wait as long for it!

  • clear skies
    2019-03-10 00:31

    I use to be a big fan of Jet Mykles and I love her Heaven Sent series. However, for me it seems like the author can't seem to find her jazz the way she did with HS. I loved her standalone "Reverb" but other than that everything else has been lacklustre. I enjoyed book #1 in the Indigo Knights series much more than "Champion" - but it just seems like the author is trying to find the same magic she did with HS - and in my opinion it isn't happening.First off I 'ignored' this book because of its price and length. Loose Id are the worse publisher in terms of being reader friendly. They overcharge their books - it's an absolute sham and I have stopped buying from there unless it's someone I REALLY want to read. I got this and I was so disappointed. The only part of the book I enjoyed was Tyler being a drunken flirt and Johnnie trying to save his husband. That's it.This book is about the lead singer of Indigo Knights - Danny who basically wants to make it big with his band. He's been crushing on his "straight" room-mate Cash. The relationship was a flop in my eyes, Cash doesn't understand why gay men want to be romantic with each other. Danny tries to explain verbally but uses his tongue to push the point through. Well okay. Cash was sometimes offensive in his musings about gay relationships, marriages, kids and romance in general. But he seemed fine with Danny kissing him and then losing his virginity. Cash's issues was more about not understanding Danny's love of music, or why Danny would want to be with him, rather than him suddenly liking cock. Look I understand there are more issues one can deal with, but how I'm I suppose to believe he's okay with being gay (suddenly) but has more issues about Danny's life choices and music? I didn't buy into this relationship and characterisation wise it was a bore. I get the author likes the anime theme which is fine, but ALL her characters are the same (and they dress like they're in a bad 80's music video). Every single one of them is beautiful, with big eyes (with colours that don't exist on Earth), slim, dainty, beautiful hair it goes on. I don't even know which person is which. The same was done in the HS series; but the characters traits and personalities stood out. Danny I won't ever remember and Cash may as well have been a brick wall.Overall it didn't happen for me, I didn't like the plot nor did I believe in the character's relationship. On the other hand it reminded me how much I loved (and miss) Johnnie and Tyler.

  • Nikyta *Miss Forgetful*
    2019-03-21 00:48

    Reviewed at The Blogger Girls.Danny and Cash have been strictly friends and roommates for a while now but when Danny learns of Cash’s inexperience and vehemence that guys don’t want romance, he can’t resist showing Cash just what he’s missing. What Danny thought would just be sex between them turns into so much more when he starts to crave Cash outside the bedroom. But Danny and Cash live two very different lives and Cash is adamant he doesn’t belong in Danny’s. Can Danny convince Cash there’s no one he wants more than the very roommate who doesn’t believe he’s in Danny’s league?Awwww, these two! My heart couldn’t take it! Gah! They were just so cute and a tad angsty and sweet and hot! I absolutely loved Danny as a character. He’s cocky but he’s also sort of dramatic. He’s not arrogant or rude, he’s actually very sweet, especially when it comes to Cash. He’s a playboy but when he gets involved with Cash, he realizes he’s finally found something he’s wanted for a while now. Cash, on the other hand, is still a bit of an enigma in that beyond knowing he’s scared, confused and a complete computer geek, we don’t know much about him. He grows throughout the story from an awkward boy to a grown man but we don’t get his POV so it was hard to really tell his feelings towards Danny unless he spoke or acted on them.My biggest issue with this one was the sex! There was just soooo much of it! I LOVED the overall story but I ended up skimming most of the sex because there was a lot of it. I loved Danny and Cash together and they were definitely hot, especially since Cash was so innocent and naive, but it was ultimately just too much for me.Overall, this was still a great story. I just ADORED Cash and Danny, as individuals and a couple. I loved the uncertainty around their relationship but also the yearning Danny had for Cash. I also liked seeing the Indigo Knights start their rise to fame and seeing more of the Heaven Sent boys. I’m definitely looking forward to the next story in this series, Lance, because he’s definitely an intriguing character!

  • Diane
    2019-03-25 06:50

    I LOVED the Heaven Sent series and I'm loving Indigo Knights just as much! This one especially since one of the leads is a "nerd" - and I have a huge soft spot for the smart guy/cool guy stories!!!Danny is the lead singer of Indigo Knights, Cash is his roommate who is taking IT courses and only leaves the apartment when necessary for school or visiting his parents! Danny has been attracted to Cash from day one, but believes he is straight, so he's never acted on it. A series of situations lead to Danny finally acting on his attraction with just a kiss, which throws Cash off because he cannot understand how Danny could find him attractive with the people he's around all the time.The Knights have a tour coming up, and Danny is thinking maybe they could keep something long distance, Cash is convinced that with the people Danny would be meeting and the temptations present, they cannot keep a relationship while Danny is away. That was heartbreaking to read, even if you knew why Cash was saying things he was saying, so they split.While on tour, Danny is having a hard time getting over Cash than he thought he would, but the successs of the tour, as well as a fan sight that pops up that stirs up quite the buzz for the Knights is comfort that his dreams are going to come true with his career. Add to that what was supposed to be a small club tour gets bigger and bigger and they have an arena tour coming up with Heaven Sent that will take them all over the world. First, a stop in Chicago leads to a reunion of sorts for Danny and Cash, Cash has changed, not in bad ways, but what does this little reunion mean? A new start, or just a revisit of their short time together?Loved it, would love to read more about these two, but I'm also looking forward to the stories to come about the rest of the band!

  • Joyfully Jay
    2019-03-06 23:54

    A Joyfully Jay review. 4.25 starsThis is a character driven book that is lighter and a fun read. The story revolves around the band, but the main focus is on the relationship between Danny and Cash. There is a classic opposites attract going on here, with Danny the vibrant lead singer and Cash the quiet computer guy. Danny is ready to be a rock star and is completely blindsided when he finds himself so enamored of Cash and then finds himself falling in love with the guy.The story is told solely from Danny’s POV and Cash has a whole lot going on with him, so it was unfortunate we did not get to go further into his head. So much of this is Cash’s story as he has limited sexual experience and has never been with a man or thought about being with a man. He just doesn’t think about dating anyone, regardless of their gender, and he had so much to say that we never got to hear. Their relationship at first is contained to the bedroom and Mykles certainly can write intense intimate scenes. We do get glimpses of Rabin and Izzy from Squire and the secondary band members add to the overall story without taking away from the main story line.Read Michelle's review in its entirety here.

  • Teri
    2019-03-01 07:32

    3.5 starsI have been in a kind of book slump lately, this is the second Jet Mykles book in a row that has kind of been a little off for me, though I enjoyed this one significantly better than Just For YouI think my biggest issue with this one was Cash. While I understand the difference between a genuine lack of understanding or knowledge and someone trying to offend others, I was offended for several other characters it seemed. and I felt like we never really got what his damn problem was...inexperience aside, he was just a little too...something.Oh...and then there's the whole (view spoiler)[ I'm a virgin, only been kissed twice, I'm not gay, but let's go all the way--In one night! thing.(hide spoiler)] Which is fine, I guess, but I like build up.It would have been nice to be privy to some of their conversations, we miss out on a lot I think, although we are told they don't see each other much, for days sometimes, I wonder how easy it is to fall in love with someone you aren't really around.I liked Danny, even when he was pushy. He wasn't my favorite character ever, oh! and it was great to see the Heaven Sent guys! Love that series!!Overall it was a fairly quick read, with some hotness and some sweetness. 3.5 stars

  • Barb ~rede-2-read~
    2019-03-15 03:48

    I enjoyed this story in the Indigo Knights series, but not as much as I've enjoyed the Heaven Sent series or Squire, the first in this new series. Why? I think it's because I was nearly halfway through the story and I wasn't feeling any romance. It's true that Danny was entertaining romantic thoughts about Cash, but Cash was so introverted and introspective that there was no indication of any emotion, not desire, certainly not love. Maybe if the author did a few chapters from his POV it would have been more interesting. I kept thinking that something had to break soon but even when Danny started his tour, Cash was still stone-faced. He sure wasn't a loveable character-- maybe to Danny, but not to me as a reader. On the other hand, I did enjoy the last few chapters and the ending was okay, though not very firm. I guess an HFN is better than nothing. So I'd give it a 3.5 because I liked it a bit more than a 3 and I'm rounding up because the author made me happy with the Heaven Sent wedding and with a revisit of my favorites from that series. Oh, and yes, Rabin and Izzy-- it was great to see where they were at this point too.

  • Dean MacKinnon-Thomson
    2019-03-07 01:36

    3/5I struggled with this one. I never felt anything for Cash, not even dislike. Danny was adorable, though Id liked to have seen more time spent revealing the character backstory - which still seems only half explored.Plot:Standard will they wont they plot. Only for me the romance didn't work. I mean what did Danny see in the 100% dull and 2d cash? Im still left wondering. That said, the plot does hold up. There aren't many surprises, but it holds its own.Characters:Cash character was a failed concept for me. This is a big drawback. He just had nothing original or interesting about him. Parents okay with him discovering he is gay, a computer nerd, comic reader (apparently... though this is left hinted at) ... and a totally happy childhood as an only kid.Boring. Danny was much better. And its he whom carries this novel in this category frankly.Writing style:Smooth, clean with excellent grasp of (american) english. This writer is one with a style all of her own, which is good.

  • UnusualChild{beppy}
    2019-03-16 00:54

    synopsis:danny's band is just starting to take off, so he's got the world at his fingertips. he's also got a crush on his straight roommate cash. then danny kisses cash, and he finds out that cash isn't experienced at all. danny sets out to initiate cash into everything human, and in the process finds himself falling for him. then danny has to go on the road touring and cash, who knows what a horndog danny is, essentially breaks up with him. what follows suprises danny.what i liked: the premise. i liked the idea of rocker with a geek. i liked cash and danny together. i liked seeing the members of heaven sent.what i didn't like: i'm not really sure. it was all right for me, but nothing really stood out as memorable.

  • Carey
    2019-03-10 04:42

    3.5 stars, I am being really generous by rounding up. The thing is I really like Danny and Cash, my problem is this book felt a bit rushed, and it didn't live up to the usual angst or excitement that I've felt from her other Heaven Sent or Indigo Knight books. Johnnie and Tyler, Luc and Reese and Rabin and Izzy were stories that really hit me in the angst department and made me want those couples together. Don't get me wrong I want Danny and Cash together, but their was a lot of potential for their story to be really good and it just felt too quick. So, overall I liked the couple and the story but it fell short, especially since we had to wait 2 years for it to come out! Lance's story has a lot of potential, and I absolutely LOVE Noble's character so hopefully these will be better.

  • ♥J ♥
    2019-03-04 04:41

    I felt it was hard to connect with or relate to Cash as he kept so much to himself and that affected my enjoyment of this story. You get to see snippets of what the third book will be about and that has me intrigued, but I really want to read more about Noble, and his story is probably a ways off yet.Sadly this wasn't as good as the first book, but I still very much enjoy this series as a whole. Will definitely be reading the next two when they are released.