Meant For Me (The Rock Gods #5)
by Ann Lister
Tony Wilcox, the quiet keyboard player for Ivory Tower, has always believed he was straight. A sexual encounter with his best friend leaves Tony questioning his heart and the unwavering attraction he has for Jared. Living and working together is no longer enough for Tony… he wants more. He wants Jared as his.
Jared Baker, the bass player for the band, has a past that is getting in the way of him fully embracing what he wants… Tony. He’s tried everything to create distance between them, but none of it eliminated the feelings he has developed for Tony.
Trying to suppress the anger and confusion from Jared withdrawing from his life, Tony does his best to get beyond the feelings he has for his friend. When Jared becomes deathly ill, it’s Tony that he calls for help and Tony has to decide if he can heal Jared without giving away too much of his heart.
Can best friends find their way to true love and discover if they were meant for each other, or will the challenges of life force them to choose separate paths?
I really wasn’t expecting this book to be so emotional. I found myself battling with the tears towards the end of the book. It kind of just sneaks up on you. I loved that.
Oh my god! I started this book and it just took off! It’s started off soooo damn hot! Damn! I wished I was Bree!…lol
I loved that flashback from Jared past. The way things unfolded with Preston was kind of messed up.
But… It ultimately worked out for Jared.
But… Soon there after…. I started to see how this story was going to start to unfold.
I have a thing with miscommunication in books. Something so simple just gets so blown out of proportion.
It really kills me.
And it just makes it hard for me to get into the story.
There was a lot of up down’s and up down’s going on in his book.
I just really wanted them to reach to a point where they could be truly happy with each other and enjoy themselves.
They did eventually. But it took a great deal of time to get there. I felt it could have been a lot sooner if they just had sit down and talked right from the beginning. Instead of just assuming how they thought they felt about certain situations that happened between them.
The sex in this book was so damn hot! I was really feeling it! Jared and Tony wow! I really felt their connection.
The whole thing with Tony’s brother was pretty sad. That letter and phone call really got me.
Overall… I enjoyed this book and I can’t wait to read the next book in this series! That book is probably going to be explosive!!
In 2013 Ann released Fall For Me, Book One in a new series, The Rock Gods. Fall For Me was her first full-length gay romance and it was a Finalist in the 2013 Rainbow Awards. Book Two in the Rock Gods series, Take What You Want, released in Fall of 2013. Book Three in this series, Make You Mine, released in May of 2014, and Book Four, Looking At Forever released in November 2014.