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    I loved this book so much!

    All Note Long is the third book in the Perfect Harmony series but each book stands alone and you won’t feel like you’ve missed anything if you start the series here. I fell in love with Ms. Albert’s writing when I read her free short story Waiting for Clark. Since then I’ve read nearly everything in her backlist and all of her books have totally measured up to the first one. This is the story of Michelin and Lucky; an extremely unlikely pair who clicked when they first meet. Michelin is a famous country singer who’s deep in the closet. Lucky is a go-go dancer and he’s been out and proud since he was a teen. Michelin is fascinated by Lucky and can’t keep his eyes off of him when he first sees him in a gay bar where he has gone to help celebrate a friend’s birthday. Lucky is fascinated by the shy man that’s staring holes through his body as he dances. When they accidentally meet again in the bar the sparks fly, they are caught on camera, the pictures posted online and Michelin is outed. If you’ve read many of my other reviews this one may sound like a broken record. It’s so hard for me to describe just how much I loved this story. My heart broke for Michelin and the struggles he faced before and after he was outed. I also was sad for Lucky; he really wants to be with Michelin but he won’t hide and dancing isn’t something he’s willing to give up. This was no insta-love story, rather there was a nice slow build up to the sexy time. Once again Annabeth Albert has written a book that contains just the right amount of angst, humor and love with a wonderful HEA. Her attention to detail is perfect. I lost myself in the story while reading it and it’s one that has stayed with me even as I began reading the next book on my list. *****Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions*****
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    The journey to self-acceptance is not always an easy one. And when it has huge consequences it's just that much harder. I love that this novel deals with so many overlapping issues between the characters. Wonderfully done.
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    Exactly the way I like my romances

    Another home run from Albert, and a good third book in an already sizzling series. "All Note Long" seems to be more about the characters' inner turmoil and emotional growth, which felt like a simmering heat below the surface, and this made it feel a little different from the first 2 books but not in a bad way. I highly recommend it, along with books 1 & 2—this series is one of my all time favorite M/M series, and Albert is a master at crafting interesting, memorable characters.

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