Blissful Disaster (Series)
by Amy L. Gale (Author)
This review is from: April 9, 2017 By Kay Daniels (Kindle Edition-Goodreads)
Ali Whitman wakes up in bed next to a stranger thanks to a one night stand she doesn’t remember bringing home. Thankfully, the gorgeous hunk of a man that wakes up beside her isn’t a killer or worse a clingy freak. No, he happens to be sweet, buys her breakfast, and then completely vanishes.
Ali feels she’s better off considering she moved to L.A. to jumpstart her career and she can forget all about the moment of insanity where she met an incredible man who made her pulse jump. So when Ali begins her new job at Entertainment Rocks! as a field reporter she never expected her first assignment to bring her face to face with the hottest man she can’t fully remember, but the one she also can’t forget.
Tyler Young plays bass guitar for Devils Garden. He’s a man who loves his independent life, living on the road and not being tied down. However, as much as he tells Ali this is how he lives his life, he continually brings her into the secret recesses of his world.
Ali tries to keep Tyler at arms length as best as she can knowing she doesn’t want to lose herself to someone who won’t stay, but Tyler is relentless and continues to show up as her white knight. Ali desperately tries to fight her own battles, after all she is a modern-day woman, but when she finally wakes up and realizes that she’s only fighting herself could she be too late to find her happily ever after?
Blissful Disaster is past of a series, but can be read as a standalone. I had absolutely no trouble jumping in and I never felt like I was missing part of the story. The part I loved most was seeing a sweet tender side of Tyler, knowing he was a rockstar. It hammered home that when you find “the one” you let down your walls and go to any lengths to be with the one you love. If there was anything wrong with Blissful Disaster is that it was missing an epilogue. I would have enjoyed a follow up or wrap up on how the characters were doing. Overall, Blissful Disaster was a blissfully lovely read.