Reverb (Larkspur Book 3) by Zoe Piper

Two men have been circling each other for years... without really acknowledging it... until things start to come to a head with Larkspur, Reverb tells Liam and Miles' story...

From the blurb:

Liam Jones is the rational, business-minded, quiet one of acclaimed band Larkspur. As their bass guitarist, he enjoys letting his more flamboyant bandmates take the limelight. He keeps everyone on an even keel and prides himself on being the one they turn to when they need something. Until one of them doesn’t.

Wracked with guilt at not noticing the stress his best friend was under, and after Mark quits the band, Liam feels like everything is spiraling out of control.

Miles Cartwright signed Larkspur when they were high-school seniors and has been with them throughout their rise to success. He considers himself their friend, and their manager, so when he notices Liam acting out of character, he knows something is wrong.

Liam is ashamed to admit how he’s been handling his stress levels, but a chance conversation and confrontation with Miles provides them both with an outlet that reveals a deeper connection beyond friendship.

Reverb is a low-angst, high-heat MM romance. It features very light Daddy themes. While it can be read as a standalone, readers will have a better understanding if they read it after Snare and Riff as the storylines run concurrently.

Heather's Review:

We've been getting hints of this story since the Larkspur series began and we finally get to pull back the curtain and see just what happens to finally blow the lid off of Liam and Miles' reserve...

This book is totally best read as the third in the series, as all the books take place in the same timeline, but we see just how much of a toll things have taken on Liam and how much stress he feels.  I love that Miles pushes just enough to get him to open up, but doesn't completely take things over... and of course, stress release!

This steamy tale is just as sweet as the previous books, fast moving and low angst, with just a hint of daddy vibes and a great connection.    I'm sad to see the series wrapping up but I love that it ends on this high.

Reverb is currently available as an e-book and can be read as part of your Kindle Unlimited Subscription