Toru is an almost thirty years old bassist of a famous band, ChildPreys. He meets and soon falls in love of Hideki, a pop singer at the beginning of his success.
Toru is not so old by age, but is old of life: he has seen everything and made everything and the first time he meets Hideki his first thought is to have another enjoyble affair. But Hideki is only 21 years old and has no opportunity to live a real life. His only goal is to achieve the success he has worked hard to obtain. And he is scared by a much more experienced man like Toru. So he runs away.
But Toru will do everything to have a second chance with Hideki, even disguise himself like a... girl, Ryoko: so, maybe, he will have to opportunity to stay near Hideki without problem and understand if he could be his real love.
But if the fans of a hard rocker could forgive him his "craziness", the boy next door image of Hideki will survive to it?
Like in the other book of this series, Winter Song, I appreciate a lot the fact that the authors manage to preserve an oriental setting and behaviour for their characters.
Amazon Kindle: Orange Moon [Child's Prey 1]
Publisher: Loose Id LLC (February 27, 2007)
Cover Art by Anne Cain