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Out of Frame (In Focus) Kindle Edition
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Jay spots Quinn before the ship leaves port...and he's fascinated with the red haired, freckled college boy (they're the same age). But, he knows he has to stay away. Fate seems to be against him though, because circumstances keep bringing them together. But for Quinn, those same circumstances means fate is on his side. Jay is drawn to Quinn and is soon making efforts to escape the camera crew and live cameras set up around the ship so that he can spend some time with Quinn. Quinn doesn't want to be anyone's secret, but he understands Jay's reasons, and he's willing to do what it takes to be with Jay. He believes that Jay is his soulmate.
Jess and Quinn were quite funny, I think they'd be friends that anyone would be happy to have. Quinn is supposed to be shy, but he really loosens up once he has a few drinks. J.R's fellow cast members were also interesting. Jay is sharing his room on the cruise with Levi (the gay cast member). I liked that the cast seemed real. They had their disagreements and different personalities, but they were also like family and they were there for each other. I really enjoyed the party the last night on the cruise and the efforts that Jay's friends made on his behalf (don't want to give anything away).
I'm not going to give anything else away, but I will say that the epilogue is one year later. I always like when we get a little insight into how my favorite couples are doing once things are settled in more.
I read the book in one setting and it'll be one I visit again. I've enjoyed this series a lot, I want to spend more time with all of these guys. I have plans now to go back and read Trust the Focus again. Justin and Landry are so sigh worthy. :)
The third installment in Erickson’s college boy romance series can easily be read as a stand-alone, just like the others in the series. I believe at time of release I just planned on skipping this one. I read it. I can honestly admit to not hating it. It does paint the picture as to why I hate reality shows though. They’re fake. That’s J.R.’s biggest hate of his life. He’s stuck acting a part. He is stuck in a contract for a role in a show. The show has cast him as a straight black man. In reality Jay is a bisexual man who would do anything for his family. At the moment that anything is playing a part for just a short while longer, until his contract is up.
For his last college spring break Quinn and his best friend Jess have decided to take a cruise on board the Coastal Mia with the cast of Trip League. Quinn isn’t too concerned about having any fanboy moments in the presence of the cast members. The only member of the cast he has eyes for is straight after all. He’s the shy wallflower that will never be noticed by any camera. That is how he talked himself into getting on board the cruise ship. All it takes is one encounter with J.R. for Quinn to realize that staying out of sight is not an option. The days are flying too quickly as Quinn and J.R. are hiding from cameras for just one more kiss, a few more minutes alone, or a night locked in ones cabin.
All in all there was a sweet story here. My distaste in reality television took away some of the enjoyment. The couples from the past books have very tiny roles. One of the characters of the next book had a significant secondary role here. I’m looking forward to Overexposed.
Quinn feels a little trapped in his life, he has decisions to make about his future an he is afraid that in that process he is going to hurt the people that love him, so as an attempt to get his head cleared up before make those decisions, he and Jess take a week long cruise full of spring breakers and the cast of a reality show!
In this cast we find JR Butler, the brooding guy who is edited to be a not so nice person and a bit of a homophobe but in reality, JR is bi, only he can't say anything because he fears and also been told that if he decides to come out his career is over and he kind of needs his career to work in order to help at home.
So from the moment they meet, the attraction is mutual, only JR can't act on it and Quinn is confused because JR is straight.
In that week long cruise they both find more that just a person to care about, they find their own voices, the ones they need to let speak out loud and finally take control of their own lives.
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