Friday, June 8, 2012

Dangerously Close by Dee J. Adams

I’ve re-read books 1-8 of the Anita Blake series and took a break from Anita and her guys to read Dangerously Close by Dee J. Adams.

A little mystery, a little rock and roll and a wonderful romance. 
Rocker Seger Hughes has fallen prey to the rock and roll lifestyle.  When he wakes up after a show in Boise, Idaho with a girl just turned 18 in his bed and the hangover from hell he takes it as a wakeup call to rethink his life.  To that end he cleans up his act for the rest of his tour and arranges to take some time off.  He moves into one of his investment properties in L.A. for some peace, quiet, and introspection.  He didn’t count on neighbor Ashley Bristol.  She is recently blinded and doesn’t recognize him as he is using his given name.  They get to know each other without the barrier of his fame. 
I really liked Ashley as she wasn’t poor pitiful me but neither was she a Pollyanna.  It was wonderful watching Mel pull his head out of his ass and who could help but love Roamer the dog.

Only 14 more Anita Blake books to read before my birthday

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