I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Published by Loose Id Genres: Contemporary, Gay
Reviewed by Lisa
On a joint tour for the last year, Moonlight drummer Surya Patel finally gave in to his desires and slept with Emmanual Cortez, the manager for Luck. It was the most intense and pleasurable night both men ever experienced. Unable to deal with his feelings Surya’s not proud of sneaking out at dawn the next morning and avoiding Em the rest of their tour. When a musical collaboration between Moonlight and Luck band members is suggested Surya is the lone holdout.
Band members from both Moonlight and Luck are ‘out’ and proud while Surya on the other hand is quietly in the closet. He knows he couldn’t handle his family’s reaction to his attraction to Em. Avoiding the manager seems like the best course, but it doesn’t quiet Surya’s feelings for the man. Aware that Em’s going through his own family issues doesn’t help matters. The pressure of pretending to be something he’s not is getting to the boiling point. How long Surya can continue to ignore the truth about himself is anyone’s guess.
Emotional entanglements come to an explosive head in Moonstruck. The third story in the popular Lucky Moon series focuses on secret desires left unanswered. Complications of family lies verses honesty torture Surya who feels whole in Em’s arms. Moonstruck challenges and enriches with a tale of second chances. An enjoyable truth.