Indigo has been hired to babysit rock star Alex Winslow. It should have been an easy job, but it was so much more than a job.
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Midnight Blue is another great L.J. Shen book. As usual, both characters are flawed, though arguably Alex is much more so flawed. What I like about Shen’s books is that in addition to an amazing romance, you have characters who you really root for.
Much like Alex, I like that Inigo challenged him. She didn’t care that he was a famous rockstar, she had a job to do and she was going to do it. Was it obvious these two were going to fall for each other? Of course, it was, however, I have to admit there are some revelations near the end of the book that really blew me away. I enjoyed watching Alex and Indigo fall in love, watching them both try not to fall in love. Alex’s journey especially was very enjoyable to watch.
There is a tragedy in this book but there is also a lot of forgiveness. It is a little heavier than Dirty Headlines, but not as heavy as In the Unlikely Event. I really enjoyed this one and I’d definitely recommend it.