Sunday 20 February 2022

🏳️‍🌈 Code Blue (Atrous #2) 🏳️‍🌈 N.R Walker 🏳️‍🌈



Steve Frost had dreams of wearing the national championship belt in mixed martial arts, maybe even going pro, but instead, finds himself working as a security guard for the rich and famous in LA.

Quickly earning a reputation for his blunt and precise people management skills, he lands a position on the security team for an up-and-coming boyband, Atrous. Years later, he’s head of security. He knows these boys, and with countless tours, flights, car trips, public events, concerts, he’s closer to one band member in particular.

Jeremy’s been a pillar for Atrous since day one, but even more so these last few months. Now the face of the band more than ever, he’s also got himself the attention of a delusional stalker-fan.

When the fame and stress become too much, when Jeremy’s health takes a hit, Steve becomes Jeremy’s lifeline. But as Jeremy knows already, and as Steve is about to learn, not even the brightest star can shine forever.
Copy received from author for an honest review
Hi, my name is Janeane, and I am a Steve-sexual.
Coming after the epilogue of Code Red, Code Blue is just as wonderful, just as captivating as Code Red.
Remember Steve, the head of security? Yeah, he has been in love with Jeremy from Atrous for as long as he can remember, and now with what is happening, this may just be the time for Jeremy to make his move.
Oh, these guys πŸ’™πŸ’™
I mean, this book isn't called Code Blue for no reason!  Oh My Heart! There is stuff going on that will give you palpitations, high blood pressure, and oh my will it get your heart racing for other reasons too, if you get my drift!
I liked the way Ms Walker deals with all that goes on with our favourite bands. I like how she shows  more than the parties, the big houses and the groupies. She shows the nuts and bolts of it all, what is happening behind the scenes, and how the fame can mess with their lives and their mental well-being.
Gah, I just loved everything about this story. I could sit here and say I wished we got more, however I feel that this is also the best way their story could end.