Love Me Tenor

Love Me Tenor

by Annabeth Albert

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ISBN-13: 9781601835048
Publisher: Kensington
Publication date: 02/16/2016
Series: Perfect Harmony , #2
Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 187,193
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Annabeth Albert grew up sneaking romance novels under the bed covers. Now, she devours all subgenres of romance out in the open—no flashlights required! When she’s not adding to her keeper shelf, she’s a multi-published Pacific Northwest romance writer. Emotionally complex, sexy, and funny stories are her favorites both to read and to write. Annabeth loves finding happy endings for a variety of pairings and is a passionate gay rights supporter.  In between searching out dark heroes to redeem, she works a rewarding day job and wrangles two toddlers.

Annabeth can be found online at, @annabethalbert on Twitter, and

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Love Me Tenor 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I’ve really been enjoying Annabeth Albert’s work! I loved the premise of the reality singing competition that was based on social media presence instead of narrowing down teams. I also loved(!!) the fake couple trope, as it’s pretty much my favorite type of romance trope. I liked Trevor and enjoyed watching him gain confidence in his singing and begin to accept help and love and realize that he deserves the best in life. I wasn’t expecting the diabetes angle but I think Albert did a great job of demonstrating how it affects someone’s life, especially when it’s a new diagnoses and they’re not familiar with how to manage it. In the beginning I wasn’t so sure about Jalen and I was worried I wouldn’t like him. He’s very abrasive with Trevor and he’s also super judgmental about everyone around him. Which is interesting because he hates being judged or having assumptions made about him but he does the exact same thing to others. But after the initial chapters he gets a lot better and I really loved his character. I especially liked how sweet he was with Trevor and how much he wanted to take care of him. He was always there for him, helping him in little ways that really make a difference for someone. I would have liked Jalen to show some verbal acceptance of Trevor’s height; in the beginning he calls Trevor “shorty” and gives him a hard time over his height, which Trevor is a bit self-conscious about. Because of this, I would have enjoyed a scene where Jalen bolsters Trevor over this issue. I wish that Carter and Carson were less like caricatures and that the team had gotten along a little bit sooner. They didn’t pick their group so I can’t completely blame them but they did get a bit annoying.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Definitely enjoyed the story, can't wait to read Michelin's story!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
250+ pages. HEA. Interesting characters, good pace, realistic conflict & character development, sexy. Enjoyed the other two books in series also. Definitely recommend if you like this genre.
CoffeeBreakandaGoodBook More than 1 year ago
Having absolutely loved the first book in Annabeth Albert’s Perfect Harmony Series, I was really looking forward to this book. I have to say that I was not disappointed at all! Love Me Tenor focuses on Trevor who is asked to be on a new musical reality show by Dawn, a former production assistant from Perfect Harmony. The premise of this show is to show three different groups competing against each other for a record contract. Trevor is shocked to find out that he is going to be part of the token “gay lovers” group and has to pretend to be a couple with Jayce. Jayce is tall, dark, and incredibly sexy….and he also happens to be Dawn’s brother. YIKES! The boys pretend to be a couple for the cameras, but as predicted, they eventually fall for each other in real life as circumstances take them from one thing to another. At first, I had a hard time feeling sorry for Trevor. Yes, he has been dealt crappy situations one after another, but his hatred for himself and others was a turn off. But, as more was revealed about his past, I couldn’t help but want him to find some happiness in life. Jayce, on the other hand, has such a caring nature about him. Something he hides by acting tough and standoffish. He comes across as the brooding, sexy, smart, and caring man everyone wants to have and I loved how much heart he put into taking care of Trevor once he found out about his diabetes. As for their love scenes, HOLY HOTNESS!! For not having actual penetration, they were hot, hot, and HOT!!! Even though they started out as scratching an itch, it was immediately clear how attracted these two guys were to each other and how much love they shared, even if neither wanted to admit it. SWOON!! I’m so glad that these two got their happy ending (no pun intended) after all they fought to get there. This book, along with the series, is the kind of story that leaves the reader feeling happy after it is over and I can’t wait for the next book in this installment because I did not want to put this one down. *copy provided for review
jeanniezelos More than 1 year ago
Love Me Tenor,  Annabeth Albert Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews Genre:  Romance, LGBTQIA  Well, I struggled with this. I really liked the sound of the plot, I knew the characters were youngish, as Trevor has just graduated ( he’s 22 BTW) but they all acted like they were young teens, and Carter and Carson seemed very stereotyped OTT gays. I got to half way and then skim read. Carter and Carson were so irritating in their actions and speech, and Trevor and Jalen just didn’t feel right together. Its a shame because I really liked the storyline, but though how it played out worked well it was the characters that just didn’t feel genuine to me.   There were elements I liked, the storyline with Trevor's parents and then what happened to him was something that happens too often and yet though we heard about them we didn’t really see or get to know that much about his family. Once the story went a certain way I expected them to have a bigger input given who they were and how they felt and the publicity the show would generate, but apart from a minor part with his brother it didn’t happen. His illness brought in something very prevalent today and I liked when he wanted to be treated the same as the others, not made into the poster boy for it. No-one likes to be different and poor Trevor had enough issues without putting him in the public eye for yet more. Jalen and his family – they felt a little too “happy families”. I don’t know – maybe its me being bah humbug, but I felt this was a novel that had a little bit of everything packed in, and it would have worked better for me with less and more concentration on just a couple of issues. There was of course the church v homosexuality issue, the mixed race issue, the adoptive parents/children issue, even nepotism in that Jalen sister has a  major role into the show. Then of course the teen sweethearts in Carter and just felt a bit busy, and throw in that the characters were IMO acting like teens it just didn’t work for me. Still, horses for courses, it’ll be perfect for others and maybe what I don’t like will be exactly what you’re looking for. Stars: two and a half. there were some parts that worked for me but overall it wasn’t one I enjoyed.   ARC supplied by Netgalley and publishers If you enjoyed my review I'd love it if you would please click “Like” and if you didn't I'd love to know why, so I can make future reviews more helpful.
ButtonsMom2003 More than 1 year ago
I love Trevor and Jalen – hot and sexy! We met Trevor in Treble Maker but you don’t need to have read that book to enjoy this one. Trevor’s family disowned him when he came out to them. He’s graduated from college but has no job prospects and no home to go to. He’s invited to participate in a new reality singing show by one of the producers, who was a production assistant for the a capella contest in Treble Maker. Jalen has a good relationship with his two mom’s and their blended family. He’s agreed to participate in the reality show to help his sister, a producer on the show. What neither of them know is that they are to be part of an all gay male singing group and are expected to act like they are a couple. To say that Trevor and Jalen don’t hit it off would be an understatement. Jalen and Trevor must learn to work together for the good of their group. They gradually begin to realize that they have feelings for each other. When Jalen discovers the secret that Trevor has been keeping he has to decide whether to keep it from his sister or expose Trevor which might get him thrown off the show. Annabeth Albert writes compelling prose; she made me care about the characters and once I started this book I couldn’t put it down. I can’t wait to read the next story. ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley. *****Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions*****
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I would say!!