David Rivera is the drummer of The Schoolboy Choir; one of the hottest bands of its time. He has been pining over his publicist, Thea Arsana. However, Thea does not believe in mixing business with pleasure and will not be easy to win over.
In book one, Molly, Thea’s sister, gave David the best advice: write Thea, a memo. Let me tell you, the memos in this book are priceless. They are the best memos ever. They prove that both David and Thea are clever and smart. They are stubborn and perfect for each other.
I love that David is true to his heart and doesn’t sleep around just because he can. He has morals and a strong work ethic. He is polite, maybe too much so. His family and friends are very important to him. He didn’t have a lot of money growing up but when he became rich, it didn’t go to his head. It is really easy to like David.
Thea is a very strong heroine; so tough that it affected her previous relationship and left her hesitant to start a new one. She is a wonderful sister and daughter. She sought out Molly when she discovered she had a sister and knew she could use the comfort of family. She is a good person. She is stubborn, but can be open minded. She is devoted and warm hearted. She looks out for what is best, not what is optimal for her. If I ever needed a publicist, I would want one just like Thea.
The plot is charming and original. David and Thea’s journey is not an easy one.
Nalini Singh has done a fantastic job with the Rock Kiss series so far. I enjoyed that Rock Courtship overlapped with the first book, Rock Addiction. Rock Courship is believable and heartwarming. It is a fun well-written book that is hard to put down. The band mates are true friends, and I relish hearing more of their stories.
Complimentary copy provided by publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.