- File Size: 1158 KB
- Print Length: 286 pages
- Publisher: Lyrical Shine (August 4, 2015)
- Publication Date: August 4, 2015
- Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00PEOHQP4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #58,430 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I initially skipped this one because the reviews were so mixed on it but I decided to give it a shot since I love everything else Annabeth Albert writes. It's not one of my favorites but it was still enjoyable. I liked Lucas's character and the struggle he goes through to find who he is outside his family's expectations. In the beginning I wasn't really liking Cody, but he grew on me.
Cody Rivers: Reaching fame is all that matters to Cody and he's willing to do anything to get there. He's gotten jaded to the LA lifestyle and he has no interest in someone who doesn't accept him exactly as he is, flaws and all.
Lucas Norwood: Leaving his conservative family to compete on a reality music show is completely out of character for Lucas but he loves a capella. He just never imagined he'd be so tempted to break the promises and expectations his parent's have placed on him.
-- Lucas's struggle was written really well and I enjoyed seeing him find himself and learn to be happy and accepting of who he is. It was hard to watch Lucas push aside all aspects of being gay because that's how he was raised to act, but it was also enlightening. There was in interesting dynamic with Lucas's parents knowing and "accepting" that he was gay while also trying to suppress any and all actions that come with being gay.
-- In the beginning, Cody was hard to like, especially when it's clear that he's trading sexual favors with one of the crew and that he sees nothing wrong with doing this to get ahead in his career. But as time went on, Cody grew on me. That being said, I never completely got on board with him but I felt like he was really maturing and growing in the second half of the book. His progression from selfish, jaded, and ruthless guy to a more accepting and compassionate character was done really well.
-- This is completely on me, but I had a hard time with their names because I felt like they should be switched. Cody felt like such a small town, simple life name while Lucas felt more like a rocker name.
Caleb has been around LA for years. The day he graduated high school he left his home town and never looked back. He's a gay man, out and proud and doesn't hold back who he is for anybody. He's made a name for himself in the music scene, small as it may be. Cody's got an agent that put together an acapella for him to join so he can hopefully boost his name and get the group through the door.
Lucas is a college, home grown boy from the state of Iowa. He's also an out gay man but his father is a famous man who has written a book about accepting homosexuality but how certain places need to be avoided by the gay population to keep themselves pure. Abstinence, wait for marriage, find that special someone is something that has been engrained into Lucas's brain since he told his parents he was gay. He's bound and determined to keep his vow of celibacy until he meets Cody. The first few meetings between the boy's are bittersweet but once the show continues forward and Cody and Lucas are then forced to share a room Lucas is forced to decide who he truly wants to be and what he most desperately wants.
There are immediate sparks between the two but both deny certain feelings. Once they become roommates the training wheels are off. Fantasties are shared and sexual preludes begin. Cody, who has never changed himself for anyone starts to notice himself changing for Lucas. After a surprise visit from his parents Lucas must face the truth. The boys are beautiful, the story is sincere, the sex is explicit. Annabeth does a fabulous job of bringing these characters to life!
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