Alexi, a Japanese music composer and pianist, heads to New York to work on a new project, while he sorts out his issues with public appearances and stage fright. When he meets Joshua Randolph, he finds himself wanting to find out if there is more to life than music. More
Alexi, a Japanese music composer and pianist, heads to New York to work on a new project, while he sorts out his issues with public appearances and stage fright. When he meets Joshua Randolph, he finds himself wanting to find out if there is more to life than music.
Alexander 'Alexi' Kotaru is facing a crippling crisis. He can't stand on stage without panicking and his career depends on a flawless performance. His agent and manager decide to send him to New York hoping that a quiet environment will bring back his confidence. Problem is, he has invited his ex-boyfriend to stay with him. No one likes Adrian Rosen, but Alexi won't listen to anyone. He believes Adrian is the only one who can get him back to his old self.
Joshua Randolph is a Professor at the University of New York. He is a man facing a lonely summer ahead. His youngest sister gets married and moves out of his house. His Teaching Assistant graduates and leaves New York. The only thing he has to look forward to is a summer spend doing research. Until he saves a young Japanese man in the park from a runaway statue.
Joshua and Alexi spent a stunning summer together. But as summer ends, can they hope for a future together?
Suilan Lee writes romantic stories, set in different cities with characters who live ordinary lives and fight for extraordinary love and happiness. She believes in a happy ending and will always work toward making one happen in all her stories.
Great story! You really fall in love with these larger than life characters. Alexi is adorable and Josh is a heart throb that has you rooting for him from the start. The book made me laugh and cry and that's the highest compliment I can give.
Wonderful book. Alexia and Josh are two souls each lost in their own way, and when they find each other, one redeems the other as they come to taste and understand what true love means. The love in this book is palpable --not just the love Alexia has for Josh and vice versa, but also the love of a parent for his child, a brother for his sister, family for each other... All round fantastic read. Moving on to Miss Lee's other titles.