Calix Bourbon might seem like a free spirit, but that’s all a front. In reality he’s just trying to keep his fractured family together while working as a session musician. When Blue Fire hires him to replace their keyboardist, Calix is determined to make the most of the opportunity—but he can’t help being distracted by the band’s sexy personal chef.
Mimi’s temporary gig is great, but she has her heart set on auditioning for a televised cooking show. There’s just one problem: she only has a week to acquire the skills necessary to survive the competition. Luckily, the band’s new keyboard player can teach her exactly what she needs, in the kitchen and in the bedroom..
Take Me Home Tonight was decent for the fact that we aren't getting the totally broken hero searching for or not searching as it were - a female to give him purpose in his life to redeem him of what he holds onto so much in every fiber of his being.
I wish there had been less wish wash of progress since it felt like every time Cal took a step forward he would take ten back and that got annoying after awhile but it was nice seeing him sort of come out of his shell. All in all I thought Take Me Home Tonight was a decent read.
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