Fall Into You
Simon Phillips always hated Thomas. Ever since his black nail polish high school days, Thomas Schultz has seemed like a carefree, uninhibited wild child, in stark contrast to Simon's shy, cautious nature. Now, from behind the safety of his hotel bar, Simon must watch, distracted, as Thomas... show more
Simon Phillips always hated Thomas. Ever since his black nail polish high school days, Thomas Schultz has seemed like a carefree, uninhibited wild child, in stark contrast to Simon's shy, cautious nature. Now, from behind the safety of his hotel bar, Simon must watch, distracted, as Thomas becomes a shirtless rock star for every wedding reception they work. But when Thomas slips him the key to his hotel room, Simon enters a world where the fine line between hate and attraction becomes blurred, and finds more than he ever knew he wanted. In the social upheaval of the 1980s, love is no picnic. The AIDS epidemic has reshaped the way people think about sex, and the discontent of Generation X drowns out any love songs. Despite the uncertain times, Simon finds himself falling in love. But when Thomas's band makes it big, the simple act of keeping in touch across the silent miles becomes an obstacle all its own.
Publish date: November 5th 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC
Pages no: 240
Edition language: English
The time period was my own youth, and I lived in the Seattle area in the mid-nineties, so much of the story took me down memory lane. In fact, in 1990 I dated a guy who regularly wore red Docs (though I remember his as "oxblood" rather than "cherry" red), so I could share Simon's thrill about how ho...
What a wonderful story. Sometimes you read a book and connect with a character, something that touches your heart. Fall Into You was one of those books for me. From beginning to end I loved it and while I couldn't read it fast enough at the same time I didn't want the story to end. Posy Roberts ...
Some books just grab you by the neck and pull you in, telling you to shut up and sit still and read. So you do. You read until your eyes bleed. This was one of those books for me. I loved many things here, but especially the red boots. There are so many ways you can go wrong with rockstar-falls-in-l...
A little disappointing and anti climactic.