Series: Discovering Me #1
guy accidentally come out as gay to the entire country music world?
you when I know the answer.
fast. One moment, my best friend’s little brother is standing in a sea of
people as his boyfriend breaks his heart. Again.
jumping off stage mid-concert to give him the kiss of his life–or maybe the
kiss of my life.
Anderson. Yes, that Beckett. The one who never does the smart
thing, messes up daily, and somehow ended up with millions of screaming
I’m dating Nicky St. Germaine.
can’t come out as straight (Is that even a thing?), that I can’t tell the world
mine… it doesn’t hold a candle to the one I tell myself.
gay guy end up kissing the straight country music star in front of thousands of
his screaming fans?
fathom what he was thinking when he jumped off that stage, but that kiss… None
of it was real, but it felt like it. At least to me.
Germaine, son of a football Hall of Famer, best friends with rock star, Nari
Won Song–and whatever I am to Country Music sensation, Beckett Anderson. The
jury’s still out on that one. What does a small town kid do when so many of his
friends and family are famous? He hides. Frequently.
is on me, and there is nowhere left to hide. I’m supposed to pretend to be
Beckett’s adoring boyfriend for a few weeks, but that’s not so easy when I’d
give almost anything for it to be true.
Ari’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩 hat review:
Dating Nashville kicks off with a straight country music star kissing the hell out of his best friend’s gay younger brother to try and help him. From there a chain reaction of confusion and problems is set off.
I liked these characters and story, but I was a bit confused when it came to their romance in the story. So much of it felt glossed over and like I was missing some of it. Perhaps because this is a spin off of a previous series which I wasn’t aware of until after I had read the book.
All in all it was a sweet MM romance and I enjoyed their story and journey. I enjoy books that spotlight inclusion, self discovery, and explore issues of identity respectfully. Dating Nashville did all of the above. 4 stars.
with crossover appeal to audiences of all ages. She believes in stories that
make you think and loves to play with foreshadowing, leaving clues and hints
for the careful reader. She draws inspiration from her background in
architecture and interior design to help her with the small details in world
building and scene settings. (Her degree in fine art also comes in handy.)
Yes, love. Whether it be YA romance, NA romance, or fantasy romance (Under M.
Lynn), she loves to make readers swoon.
creatures who call her “aunt” and proclaim her books to be “boring books” for
their lack of pictures. Yet, somehow, she still manages to love them more than