Sunday, October 28, 2018

Push by (Music In Motion Book 1) by BLMorticia





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Blurb


Music In Motion: Book One 

Malakei Oakley, aka rapper M. Prophet, is at the top of his game—but deep in the closet. Handsome, wealthy, and successful as the head of 315East Entertainment, Malakei should be on cloud nine. Despite his awards and a Midas touch that has every musician clamoring to work with him, something is missing.

Seth “Reaper” Davies is ready for stardom. His band High Stakes plays to small, packed houses all over Birmingham and London but has yet to get their big break. But Seth isn’t giving up on his dream—no matter what it takes.

A viral video prompts a message from a person he doesn’t expect—the talented M. Prophet. Their musical styles are worlds apart, and Seth has no desire to change his style to sell records. But his curiosity—and his attraction to Malakei—wins out.

Malakei can’t get Seth out of his mind. He also can’t come out without ruining his reputation. No matter how much he wants the sexy singer, his only option is to push Seth away.But he’s about to find out Seth isn’t one to give up on what he wants—and he might be just what Malakei needs.


Review 

My Rating - 4 Stars!

Push is the first book in BL Morticia's Music In Motion series.

I absolutely love and adore Malakei and Seth. The way that they get together, and bond, is well done. And in the bedroom, those men are HOT together! Of course, they struggle with the fact that Malakei is producing Seth's music, and how the world will react if anyone discovers that they are a couple.

This story contains so much more than just the romance, as it also deals with friends who are struggling, someone who is targeting them, homophobia, and the fear of coming out. The men deal with grief, guilt, and more.

Overall, Push is fun, entertaining, romantic and steamy. I can't wait to read what BL Morticia comes up with for book two!



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