Perfect Imperfections

Cardeno C.
Perfect Imperfections
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The Romance Authors, LLC
Release Date
May 2014
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ

Hollywood royalty Jeremy Jameson has lived a sheltered life with music as his sole focus and only friend. Before embarking on yet another international concert tour, he wanders into a bar in what he considers the middle-of-nowhere and meets a man who wins him over with his friendly smile and easy-going nature. Accountant slash bartender slash adventure-seeker Reg Moore has fun talking and drinking with The Jeremy Jameson and can't say no when the supposedly straight rock star makes him a once in a lifetime offer: keep him company on his tour by playing the part of his boyfriend.

Listening to music, traveling the world, and jumping off cliffs is fun. Falling in love is even better. But to stay with Jeremy after the stage lights dim, Reg will need to help him realize there's nothing pretend about their relationship.

Word count: 65,193

Book Review by Pat Henshaw (author,reviewer)
Jun 19, 2014   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
257 people found the following review helpful
A world-famous rock star walks into a bar in the middle of nowhere one night might sound like the beginning of a joke, but this lively and often laugh-out-loud romance is no joke, but a wonderfully delightful story.

Jeremy Jameson, often called The Jeremy Jameson by his manager, eludes his entourage and keepers one night and happens on Reg Moore, a bartender with a heart of gold and an easy-going manner that immediately seduces Jeremy.

When Jeremy asks Reg to become his pretend boyfriend and accompany him on his upcoming world tour, Reg, who's always wanted to travel, jumps at the chance. Jeremy is beautiful and charismatic, and traveling with the rock star will certainly be no hardship.

Jeremy, however, turns out to be a prima donna, someone born with a golden spoon encrusted with diamonds. It's no wonder Jeremy's so hard to deal with for everyone but Reg because Jeremy's father, a former rock star, died of a drug overdose and his mother is an aging diva bedding men years younger than she is.

Undaunted Reg is just the right kind of laid back to calm Jeremy during his rants and smother the star in understanding and love, two ingredients missing in his chaotic life. At times they play off one another like Laurel and Hardy, their verbal interaction almost becoming a comedy routine.

While readers may not warm to Jeremy, they'll adore Reg who is the best friend, companion, and lover everyone wants. While Reg hates the people surrounding Jeremy, he realizes they are Jeremy's world and must be handled with as much care as he treats Jeremy.

But Reg also realizes that Jeremy has missed out on most of the simple pleasures of life and goes out of his way to provide them. Together they are a totally enjoyable and ultimately happy couple.

Readers who want a book that will make them smile and bounce away from a story looking at the happy side of life will find this book a welcome relief from the angst in many gay romances.
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