Good Morning, Love's synopsis caught my eye. I love stories featuring normal people like me and those who've attained fame and wealth. It's the adult version of the fairytales with princes and kings I loved as a kid, but with all the ugliness and pitfalls of adult life.
I really like Carli. She's driven, focused, and grounded. She's seen what fame can do a family and knows while her passion is songwriting and that's what she wants to pursue, she really isn't looking for fame and what comes with it. She's great at her job and follows the rules. That's why it's so interesting to see how Tau Anderson shakes things up. Like Carli, I too just passed him off as someone just looking for a good time, but it became clear that wasn't the case.
Besides their interactions, I love how the book shows how the industry works behind the scenes, and while it isn't glossed over, it's also not too gritty. As a reader of romances, I would say this is one, but it's also more fiction than romance or even women's fiction.
I'm really impressed with Ashley M. Coleman's writing and story telling, and while I hope she writes more Carli and Tau, I am looking forward to reading more from her.