- Series: Twisted Wishes
- Genre: Contemporary, Romance
- Trigger Warnings: stalking
- Rating: 5/5 Stars
The tougher they are, the harder they fall.
Twisted Wishes bass player Mish Sullivan is a rock goddess—gorgeous, sexy and comfortable in the spotlight. With fame comes unwanted attention, though: a stalker is desperate to get close. Mish can fend for herself, just as she always has. But after an attack lands her in the hospital, the band reacts, sticking her with a bodyguard she doesn’t need or want.
David Altet has an instant connection with Mish. A certified badass, this ex-army martial arts expert can take down a man twice his size. But nothing—not living as a trans man, not his intensive military training—prepared him for the challenge of Mish. Sex with her is a distraction neither of them can afford, yet the hot, kink-filled nights keep coming.
When Mish’s stalker ups his game, David must make a choice—lover or bodyguard. He’d rather have Mish alive than in his bed. But Mish wants David, and no one, especially not a stalker, will force her to give him up.
The Queer’s Review
You can’t prepare yourselves for Mish!
I don’t even know where to start… I love the Twisted Wishes series and I love every single book of it. Mish was a favourite right from book one and that status grew and grew so I was really excited for her to get her own book. And what a book it is. It’s not a short read but it felt that way because there was not one second of boredom and the story took you along for a wild ride without asking you if you were ready.
I’m trying to find something I can tell you about without spoilering you because you really have to experience the drama, the laughter, and the connection between Mish and David as well as the whole band too.
Sooo… I really enjoyed getting to know David? And Marley. Marley is the best.
The great thing about this series is how the other characters are not forgotten about. There is so much band love and love for music between the lines. And the little tidbits of the other pairings made me enjoy Reverb even more.
After finishing it I ended up rereading books one and two and I really want to own them in paperback too.
I received a free copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you.
Categories: ARC Reviews, Queer Reviews, Reviews
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