Knowing who you are and accepting who you are come at different prices. Jase Kinrick grew up in your typical, all-American household. But after the death of his sister, his parents shut down, forcing him to deal with everything life throws his way alone. Terrified of the person he’s discovering... show more
Knowing who you are and accepting who you are come at different prices. Jase Kinrick grew up in your typical, all-American household. But after the death of his sister, his parents shut down, forcing him to deal with everything life throws his way alone. Terrified of the person he’s discovering himself to be, Jase has his way with every willing girl to try and rid himself of what he fears he is—gay. Escaping California and moving to Seattle to attend the University of Washington, Jase frees himself to the reality that he likes men. Never staying with any guy long enough to get to know them, he doesn’t realize that he’s still hiding from who he is until he meets Mark. Scared of having real feelings for another guy stirs up the questions and fears he’s fought hard to bury. To strip away the barriers to the heart of what is real, and to be okay with what lies underneath, will be Jase’s moment of truth. But he’ll need Mark to lead him there. **This is a companion novel to the USA Today Bestseller, FADING.**
Publish date: September 13th 2013
Publisher: E K Blair LLC
Pages no: 296
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Short Stories
, M M Romance
, New Adult
Series: Fading (#1)
I liked this one, is more about acceptance than self discovery. because sometimes, you know who you are, but you just can't accept it and embrace it. In this one, we see that not having a family that accepts you doesn't mean you're alone. Jase will realize that and with his friend and boyfriend he...
Are you kidding me with this shit? There is no chemistry here, no spark between the two MC's - I've never seen two people (In a book) have such boring conversations - and maybe b/c I didn't read the first book I'm missing something, but frankly, I doubt it. I couldn't care or even be the slightest b...
Fading was one of my first experiences with blogging and the book world. It opened me up to many new experiences and frankly touched my heart. EK Blair is a talented author and her skill is very adeptly portrayed in Freeing, the companion novel to Fading. During Fading and Candace's ordeal we meet h...
Yeahh I can't wait for Jase's story !!!!