Okay, to say I’m in love with these guys would be an exaggeration. But, I find myself intrigued by the rock gods of Schoolboy Choir.
I can’t say, however, that I was charmed by Fox. Is he hot? Yes. Sexy? Definitely. But I found myself thinking, at one point while reading his book, “Please tell me she isn’t about to go all 50 Shades.” Thankfully, she didn’t, but I thought that Rock Addiction was lacking in story.
I loved the glimpses, all too fleeting, we get of their beginnings. Mischievous boys blowing up the science lab and deliberately flubbing choir tryouts. I really loved David’s audition in Rock Courtship. It made me laugh. And the memos. Talk about hot. Love a man with a brain who isn’t afraid to use it. And I was charmed by the group’s desire to see koalas in Rock Addiction.
While this series and its characters intrigue me, it doesn’t have the charisma of Singh’s Psy-Changeling and Guild Hunter series. It had its moments, and I’m looking forward to reading the stories of the rest of Schoolboy Choir and that of Charlie and T-Rex, but I would have liked more interaction between them all, not just inserted between sex scenes.
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars for Rock Addiction and 3.25 out of 5 stars for Rock Courtship