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Paint The Rainbow Paperback – July 22, 2017
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I loved the book and the people in it, and yes again I am complaining that it wasn't long enough
With Ryan, I liked his conflicted feelings about his own sexuality as he realized that he was attracted to Mason. Ryan was probably the only character in this story that I did like. I was happy that he had enough self respect to tell Mason that he couldn't be his secret in the background.
When Ryan came out to his father, I thought that the tension was excellently written, but where was Juan when John started spouting his bigotry? Nothing about Juan's character tells me that he would sit quietly through that crap, and yet, there was absolutely no mention of him. And how did John even accept Juan in his house for dinner? He was incredibly rude to LIam, and yet didn't pick up on Juan being gay? I just didn't buy it.
Overall, the scenes that were supposed to be hot were very hot, but it didn't make up for my disappointment in the storytelling itself, and in my utter lack of respect for Mason.
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Ryan has dated many women, but something was missing until the day he met Mason. Even though his best friend Juan has told him that he was gay he never believed him until his feelings for Mason became clear. Mason may know he was gay, but movie star status and his children prevented him from any other attachments until he met Ryan and all bets were off. The fear of rejection by ones family and friends make it both Ryan and Mason fear the outcome of coming out, but sometimes you have to be honest with your self in spite of the odds.
I loved how real-to-life the characters were as they fought for what they believed in never giving on being true to themselves. Seeing the changes in Ryan as he went from hiding form his feelings to standing up for himself even when it meant he might loose what as most dear to him was inspirational. Ryan's rise form unknown to sought after artist shows that with hard work anything is possible. Following your own path may not be the easiest way, but in the long run it could lead you to places you never expected.
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