Holland Bakker has been looking for excuses to visit the subway stop near her apartment as often as possible, just to listen to the musician who regularly plays there. There’s just something about his guitar playing, and well, he’s not hard on the eyes either. But Holland’s never spoken to him – she’s way too afraid that her crush on him would be too obvious. But an encounter with a would-be robber brings them together in an unexpected way. And when the chief violinist of the hottest show on Broadway suddenly quits, Holland brings her uncle – the musical director for the show – to hear him play. Calvin is immediately asked to audition, and when he’s offered the part, he admits that he’s in the country illegally, and will not be able to accept. When Brain, Holland’s snarky and irritable boss says that maybe Holland should just marry the guy, no one expects that she actually would. Now that Calvin and Holland are married, and the show is a bigger hit than ever, will they make the move from awkward roommates to loving married couple?
I’m not typically a huge fan of the romance genre, so I was really surprised at how much I liked this book! It was fun and sexy, without being too over the top, and the characters were easily relatable. Definitely recommended if you need something light and breezy for summer.