Suck This, Neil Patrick Harris
Dante Moretti has a big problem. His acting career has hit the skids and he's desperate to land the lead role in the next Hollywood blockbuster. It’s his last chance to get back on the superstar track. But, his personal life is a train wreck. No sane director will work with him any longer.... show more
Dante Moretti has a big problem. His acting career has hit the skids and he's desperate to land the lead role in the next Hollywood blockbuster. It’s his last chance to get back on the superstar track.
But, his personal life is a train wreck. No sane director will work with him any longer. Solution? Bribe his best friend and former co-star, Chris Parker to play the role of his long-term boyfriend. Showing the world he’s in a committed relationship will hopefully convince casting agents he’s reformed, stable and trustworthy.
Even if it’s a lie.
What Dante doesn’t count on is the public’s reaction to the announcement that Chris and he are a couple…and his own feelings for Chris spiraling out of control.
Under the merciless cameras of the paparazzi, Dante is forced to choose--his leading man status or the man he thought was just his best friend. Who ever thought that pretending to be in love would be this hard?
Publish date: 2015-07-03
Publisher: SH Publishing
Pages no: 108
Edition language: English
First off, I really enjoyed these two...they are sweet and sexy and have quite the connection with each other. Great banter and some witty comebacks. A friends to lovers quickie that's worth the read. Now...this may lead into some spoilerish territory...IDK, so read at your own risk. I hone...
"Apparently smart-mouthed bastards with long legs and perky asses were Dante's downfall into love, commitment and putting another person's needs above his own." I've thoroughly enjoyed these last two hours that I've spent with this book. The story is about D-list celebrity Dante, who's out a...
Review: Dante Moretti misses out on a big role mainly because he is considered a Lindsay Lohan– too much drama, too much negative publicity. He’s gay, sure, but that isn’t the problem. The problem is his “flavor of the week” boyfriends and subsequent blow outs are too much. He needs to show Hollywoo...
This book is a mess. The plot is predictable, the relationship drama is OTT, and the editing is weak. Sexist =/= Sexiest, but that's at least an amusing mistake of the many many throughout this book. It's sad. I had high hopes from such a funny title. Massive disappointment.