Moments by RJ ScottIf you enjoyed The Good Boy by J. A. Rock, Lisa Henry and Texas Pride by Kindle Alexander, then this is absolutely perfect for you!An actor on possession charges, hell bent on destroying his own life meets a man who quietly works to make his world better. Can Jacob Riley be... show more
Moments by RJ ScottIf you enjoyed The Good Boy by J. A. Rock, Lisa Henry and Texas Pride by Kindle Alexander, then this is absolutely perfect for you!An actor on possession charges, hell bent on destroying his own life meets a man who quietly works to make his world better. Can Jacob Riley be saved?Jacob Riley, star of the time traveling TV series End Game, is a typical Hollywood former child star with issues. He has already had prison time and at the age of 26 has been arrested again. Jacob works his time as a general handyman at an education centre in the run down area of L.A. A part of the city that is in the middle of regeneration. It is a short sharp shock for the boy-man who had an easy life.Ethan Myers is the owner and manager of 'Mac’s', providing teaching and learning to local low income families.Jacob hates his jailor Ethan; Ethan loses his cool whenever Jacob aims for an easy ride. He has no respect for the lack of substance in his 'guest'.Sparks fly when attraction becomes something they can’t fight and their relationship grows against a background of disenfranchised street gang members, arson, the Oscars, and despite their own prejudices.RJ ScottAbout the Author: RJ Scott has been writing since age six, when she was made to stay in at lunchtime for an infraction involving cookies. She was told to write a story and two sides of paper about a trapped princess later, a lover of writing was born.She can mostly be found reading — anything from thrillers to sci-fi to horror. However, her first real love will always be the world of romance. When writing her goal is to write stories with a heart of romance, a troubled road to reach happiness, and more than a hint of happily ever after.
Publish date: April 8th 2013
Publisher: Total-E-Bound Publishing
Pages no: 157
Edition language: English
3.25 starsRJ Scott is pretty much an auto buy author for me. Love most of the stories that the author writes. That being said, I enjoyed this one, but didn't love it. This story held a lot of promise, however I just keep feeling that there were parts missing. For me some of the side stories seemed t...
The Christmas Throw Away was much better. Compared to that, this read like a freshman effort; it showed real promise, but just wasn't quite there. Still, a good book and I'll definitely read more by her.
Loved it! I adored the MCs and found the secondary characters interesting enough that I would like to read more about them in their own book. The pacing was good, although Jacob's turn from playboy arsehole to decent guy who wants to make everyone happy was a little abrupt. I loved Ethan and would h...
Very good m/m romance about a badly behaved actor in a cable series who's been busted for possession and ends up staying at a neighborhood resource center as part of his community service.