Book One: How the Light Gets In He was like the only splash of color in a black-and-white photograph. The man was beautiful. At an exhibition opening in Sydney, jaded Hollywood heartthrob Jaxon Moncrieff lays eyes on publicity-shy artist Liam Lassiter for the first time and is immediately... show more
Book One: How the Light Gets In He was like the only splash of color in a black-and-white photograph. The man was beautiful. At an exhibition opening in Sydney, jaded Hollywood heartthrob Jaxon Moncrieff lays eyes on publicity-shy artist Liam Lassiter for the first time and is immediately captivated. But he doesn't get far into their first conversation before he realizes what he's feeling is attraction, which brings him up short. Jaxon has always been a womanizer. Despite his reservations, Jaxon makes a play for Liam, but Liam has his own issues. Unlucky in love and orphaned at sixteen, he is reluctant to open his heart to anyone, and dismisses Jaxon out of hand. Driven by a need he doesn't understand, Jaxon organizes a return to Sydney to film his next project. If he can't be with Liam, maybe they can be friends. Of course, that creates a whole new problem. Now Jaxon is falling in love for the first time. How can he move their relationship from friends to lovers without destroying the trust he's worked so hard for?
Publish date: June 14th 2013
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 340
Edition language: English
Series: How the Light Gets In (#1)
I loved the idea of this story, but it was too slow and sweet for me. I'm all for guys being emotional and not afraid to cry, but both MCs did far too much crying in this one. That being said, I will read the next book to see what happens to these two.
These books were posted as the Twilight fan fiction There’s A Crack In Everything under the pen name bellemeer. Fa Fiction Summary: Breathe is a unique slash story, told entirely from Jasper's POV. Secrets are revealed, both for Jasper and Edward, and you learn about these characters slowly. Edwar...
Hey I just met youand this is crazybut I've developed a stalker like obsession and I really want to be your friend (lies I just want to love you because one brief conversation where you clearly did not like me is enough to justify my creepy obsession with you)Did not finish.
I enjoyed the final, maybe quarter of the book as much as I did the first third. The sequel to Same Page, The Race is On, is expected August 9. I will read it because I am emotionally invested in these guys.You can read the rest of Tina's review at The Novel Approach
I enjoyed this one quite a bit and even though it's long I read it in one day. The characters were strong and compelling, both main and secondary, and I was quickly and easily drawn into the story.It's a slow burn between Jax and Liam and it's actually quite wonderful to read about them falling in ...