Rock Fiction Coveting: Appearing Nightly by Cat Grant

Posted: September 4, 2014 in Rock Fiction Coveting
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I’ve already said once I’m not a fan of male-male romances. I’m here again with another. But I like what this one’s about.

You can call me Mike-or Diva Michelle on the weekends, when I perform at the Icon, a bar I own with my good friend Cameron. But just because I strut onstage in an evening gown and high heels doesn’t make me a sissy. I’ve still got a man’s body, feelings and desires. I’m also a man who knows what he wants-and that would be Ryan.

One look at our new employee, with his hot physique and boy-next-door face, and I was lost-falling hard and fast. It broke my heart each time he rejected me . . . until the night he finally fell into my arms, desperate for the comfort only I could provide.

Each night our passion burns up the sheets, but Ryan’s holding something back. He’s been hurt in the past, leaving him scarred both inside and out. He won’t let me reach that secret part of him. I’d be willing to give him anything, but if he can’t trust me with the pain of his past, is there hope for a future?

A tranny! Susan’s got a soft spot for them for some reason I don’t get, and from what I’ve seen, it’s an okay world. What I like here is that this Mike character sounds like he’s defined by more than his clothes. The question I have about the book is how much music figures in. Is this really Rock Fiction, or is it another glancing blow, where the music turns into the background?

Only one way to find out.

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