This review is from: October 8, 2019 By Kay Daniels
As a superstar, who do you trust? Friends, lovers, employees, everyone in your life might be using you.
R.C. Boldt brought a beautiful story to life in Too Good at Goodbyes. An intimate look at a rockstars life and a man who was broken by love. This is no ordinary tale of love, this is one that is sensitized by living under a microscope and two hearts learning to love again.
Everyone lives under the impression that famous people live glamourous lives. I’d say the answer to that is yes and no. Yes, they travel to exotic places and have the very best of everything at their disposal, but also no, because their fame causes them to be sequestered in hotel rooms unable to view the local sights, enjoy the amenities, or really partake in much of anything. So how do famous people fall in love or make friends?
Kane Windham is hired as a temporary body guard for Simone King and he doesn’t take that responsibility lightly. Simone lives under a spotlight and her life isn’t exactly her own. She shows one side to the world and keeps her personal life private. When Simone meets Kane the instant attraction is there, but they are both professional and don’t give in to their attraction, even though they live in very close quarters.
After a few weeks of cool professionalism, they finally give in and indulge in their attraction. Even though they both have been hurt, they find they have a lot in common. They grow close and eventually wonder if they could be more, that is until the past comes back. Is there a reason why Simone is called the Ice Princess of Pop. Perhaps she is too good at goodbyes for a reason.