Hmm, first off this ends on a cliffy...gah!!!
SO, I usually avoid rock star books like the plague, because the heroes are always manwhores, and they are chock full of OW drama, and OW sex scenes. Refreshingly, this wasn't the case. In this first book at least.
Hunter I assume got around, he is a rock star after all, but it wasn't really in your face. Both characters were likable for the most part. Hunter was a little annoying with his "I want more", then he dumps her in a hot second for something ridiculous, then they get back together. He also has a manipulative ex fiancee that's involved somehow with another member of the band.
The plot was interesting, it's pretty insta-lust. There wasn't anything wrong with it, I enjoyed it, for the most part. I don't know, I wasn't blown away with it, and I am not sure I will read the next book in the series because I have a feeling it is going to be more angsty, not that I know that for sure, maybe it won't be who knows..
Anyways, this was good, just not great.