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Nigel Gasp is exactly how you would expect z.a.madfield successful rock star to be, he’s an exhibitionist, over the top, immature, shallow, off the wall and narcissistic but he’s also extremely talented, funny, witty and has a way of disguising himself when the need arises, that made me laugh out loud more than once in the book!
His reasons make sense but he comes across as inflexible and unwilling to make any compromises. I liked the troubled musician angle. Beyond that, after Nigel and Jeff got together there was a lot of sex clustered very close together. The z.a.maxfiels thing Nigel expects is a whole new reason to live. However, it was very entertaining with lots of humor, some quite hot sexy times, and sort of how I picture a real relationship between a rock star god and normal guy might actually be.
The inconsistent hospital policies made me want to scream. When I saw that Gomez Pugh was narrating it, I decided to take a chance. He was raced to the hospital, admitted and put on antibiotics, etc.
A love that even a most bad-boy, eccentric, selfish and flamboyant person wouldn’t want to screw up.
But he witnesses a murder by a famous crime boss and is forced to go on the run – all the way to Santa Fe. Nigel is a selfish brat. I ended up skipping a few pages because it was back to back sex and got a tad boring to me.
Who Nigel is underneath, and who is Jeff underneath. Jeff was great because he did not enable Nigel like most other people did. Maxfield writes good musicians and that is such a rare thing. This one was very funny, well written and overall very enjoyable. Now that he’s turning forty, he’s depressed and a little bit desperate.
At first, I didn’t like Nigel. The e-book was great but it was Gomez Pugh who elevated this audio book z.z.maxfield great.
His outrageous behavior wasn’t particularly surprising for a successful rock star at least the younger ones but since he was turning 40 I did expect a bit more maturity from him. Refresh and try again. But behind that persona is Robert, z.a.maxfielc burned-out musician cracking under the pressure.
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Corey Marshall, my new neighbor. But otherwise it was very enjoyable. They are so z.a.msxfield and yet they fit so well. Love can be shocking. I discovered the ‘Power of the Pugh’ when reading books by Jordan Castillo Price and loving them so much I tried them in audio – life will never be the same again.
But the story works because we get up close and personal with both Nigel and Jeff right from the start. Tall, Dark, and Deported. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout. Essentially it fulfilled a fantasy I’ve long harbored, and was written by an author whose work I enjoy. With his impending 40th birthday, Nigel is having a midlife crisis and has been especially difficult to handle.
I liked both MCs very much and their love story was great.
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He simply assumed a hard drinking, hard partying lifestyle would take care of that. For now, romance can wait. Nigel’s more than Jeff can handle, though, and has to result to drastic measures to get through Nigel’s stubb Sooooo I love his work.
I also love that they call each other on their shit. I actually finished it with a few tears in my eyes! The women were so far up Nigel’s backside I just couldn’t deal. Before long, Jeff realizes that something is bothering Gasp, and that keeping him out of trouble might be more difficult than he thought. I like her humour, just my style. Before long, Jeff realizes that something is bothering Gasp, and that keeping him out of trouble might be more difficult than he thought. Nigel was just too ridiculous for my taste.
In real life I would want to tie them up and beat them. I never saw her act like a best friend.
z.a.maxfiekd Miscommunication was a problem between them but this was often solved in a mature manner and many of my favourite parts of the book were when they argued with each other and worked through their problems.