Behind the Lens (Boys of Fallout #2)
by Cassandra Giovanni
At least not ones that last and that’s the way she likes it.
She only has one rule.
Don’t date or otherwise screw around with the client.
But she never said anything about love.
Brent Andrews knows Natalie’s rules.
And he’s about to make sure he’s an exception to them.
All of them.
Even ones she doesn’t know she has.
I’m not falling. I feel like I’ve landed.
When he sings, parts of me shift back into place, and somehow, I feel like the holes in the fabric of who I am come together.
Because ever since I met you, every day I’ve felt like I’m a better person – like I’m actually living my dream, when before I was just walking in someone else’s.
Behind the Lens was a high angst, music based, melodrama/NA romance. I longed for a more balanced emotional tone but I found enjoyment in Ms. Giovanni’s observant and descriptive details of the various characters’ nervous mannerisms and behaviors. As excessive tension is just not my cup of tea, I was extremely impatient with Nat to find her voice, although I was entertained by Ms. Giovanni’s bantering band mates, as the levity was a welcome respite from the characters’ stresses. I was languishing and near despair but held out for that highly desired HEA. And I earned it.