Light Read, Little Substance
I’m not quite sure what to make of this book. On the one hand, I could identify with having that teenage crush on someone from a British band in the 80s. I am of a similar age of the heroine. But given the intervening life she led, as we all do, her reactions to meeting and interviewing that crush seemed immature. Seriously, a 40-year-old woman who has been a professional interviewer for a long time suddenly losing her ability to think or speak? Some situations were a little outlandish. I would call this fluffy, aging rockstar romance. I had hoped for a little more depth because both the hero and heroine were older and theoretically wiser. But that’s not what came across. If you don’t mind if your romances are a little on the shallow side, and perhaps a little unbelievable in both character and plot, you might enjoy this as simply a light read.