A rocker romance from a lesser-known author whose style I enjoy. This book has a HFN ending and feels very open at the end which, for a romance reader, is always a little unsatisfying. But the reconnection and rebuilding of the relationship between rock star Scott and mildly agoraphobic cafe owner Bevin certainly feels realistic. I have always found Emily Veinglory's MC's to be somewhat elusive, although it was much less of a problem in the stories of hers that I really liked (like The Wicca Man: Tongue-Tied, Eclipse of the Heart, and Wolfkin). This book is probably my least favourite of hers although it is well written.