“What’s love got to do with anything?”
Physical attraction and chemistry were everything.
One woman? Gray had tried that and failed.
Meaningful relationships weren’t something Gray Dennison had ever experienced or coveted during his many years on the road with his band, CraVed. Being unattached suited his simple, hedonistic, playboy lifestyle. Add his cocky, sometimes arrogant attitude, and the lead singer of a rising rock band had all the credentials to be a wealthy, charismatic Rock God, stateside.
With his heart throb physique and handsome features, Gray was an obvious magnet for beautiful groupies. It wasn’t his fault they kept falling for him.
The constant revolving door of fangirls, models, and others on offer, made sure Gray’s physical needs were always met. In all his adult years only three women had made the slightest dent in Gray’s armor.
That was until he raked the burning embers of a second chance romance with an old flame, a mistake of going backward, and a drunken heart-to-heart with his best friend, Brody.
The culmination of these events opened Gray’s mind to reconsider the choices he made, face the hurt of his past, and find the courage to seek the answers he needs to salvage his future.
OMG!! I have never been so frustrated with a character in all my life, KL Shandwick what are you doing to me?
Gray Dennison is not your average rock-star, well not the type you usually read about anyway, the kind who use groupies and move on never using the same woman again, no, Gray lets them get close, he lays the rules down about being exclusive and stays with the same girl on the condition its just friends with benefits BUT of course the poor woman is going to fall for him, of course they are going to get hurt when he doesn't want more and then he gets a conscious about it and hates himself.
Honestly this guy, I was sweating at certain parts of this book, and I could have slapped my kindle at times. I didn't know if I wanted to slap Gray, hug him or chuck him off a bridge.
Gray was brought up by his father, abandoned by his mother and obviously has relationship and insecurity issues due to his upbringing despite being a sexy rock star who could have it all.
NOTES ON LOVE wasn't an easy read purely due to frustration with the character and decisions made or not made, it certainly was a roller-coaster of a read and I did not have a clue were the plot was leading too BUT I enjoyed it, I loved the angst, you could say it was Marmite, you will either love Gray or hate him, hates a strong word but... *shrugs.
Gray does redeem himself so get ready for whiplash, prepare yourself for a swoon-worthy ending
Told In first person dual pov and leads to a hea
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