Gay Contemporary Romance
Paperback: 192 pages
Publisher: Less Than Three Press (November 19, 2014)
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After one of his fans committed suicide, John lost everything: lover, confidence, drive. When he is given a chance to get back on his feet, he is happy to take it-even if it's just writing an actor's biography. It might not be romance, or even fiction, but it's something, and there are worse people to work for than the charming, successful Parker Chase. That doesn't mean working for Parker is easy, however. A staunch supporter of living for the moment, Parker goes against everything John believes in. He feels out of place in every moment of Parker's Hollywood life, stuck in a game of wits that at times seems almost contrived...
The multifaceted characters drew me in right away. The writing was fantastic, mostly due to all of the plot's twists and turns. There was so much happening, that I had no idea how this story was going to turn out. I love when a book surprises and fascinates me at the same time. This book did that.
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