Interlude by Vivien Dean

Amber Quill Press

Amber Allure

M/M Interracial Contemporary

ISBN: 978-1-60272-420-4

Reviewed by Ley

   

 

Being in love with someone who doesn’t know you exist is bad enough, but being in love with your best friend is even worse. AJ Mobly admires everything about his best friend and on stage partner Tyrone Dahl.  On stage when the ‘dueling pianists’ were performing their show, AJ was Tyrone’s equal but off stage he felt he could never be good enough for Tyrone to want him.  As a bisexual Tyrone garners the attention of both males and females and watching him on a nightly bases leave with the conquest of the night was getting harder and harder for AJ to bear.

When the opportunity to take their act to Vegas arises AJ isn’t sure if he’s up to moving to a new city and sharing an apartment with Tyrone, but crushing Tyrone’s excitement and disappointing him may be even more difficult.

Interlude was a very sweet and fun story.  Having been to a dueling piano bar myself I was able to totally picture what AJ and Tyrone’s act was like. Their connection on stage was great.  Off stage they were terrific friends, even though they both wanted more, they couldn’t bring themselves to voice their true feelings. When they finally connected it was well worth the wait. Interlude was great.  It had fun characters, and I enjoyed it a lot, I know many other readers will as well.

     

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