Finn may look like a Romeo + Juliet-era Leo, but he’s out to prove he’s got what it takes to break the teen heartthrob mold. Grayson is a serious actor, with “serious” as the operative word, so he’s not thrilled to find himself hopelessly attracted to his young new co-star.
Starring on a teen soap may have made Finn Everett Hollywood’s latest “it” boy, complete with the 10 million Instagram followers to show for it, but does he have the chops to cut it as the newest cast member on television’s biggest drama, Frost Manor? Finn’s determined to prove himself as more than just as sex symbol and win the respect of his co-star, Grayson Winter.
Grayson is gorgeous, talented, and the celeb Finn has been secretly crushing on for years. Grayson is dedicated to his job. He has big aspirations to be Hollywood’s best leading man, and he’s willing to make personal sacrifices to get there. When his new scene partner is the charismatic and intensely distracting Finn Everett, Grayson is shaken loose from his single-minded ambition.
When Finn and Grayson start running lines, their off-the-charts chemistry has them wondering if big things are in store for more than just their careers.
Running Lines is an MM Romance featuring hot tv stars, Hollywood drama, and a sweet and sexy gay love story.
Landing a job at one of the top talent agencies in Hollywood puts Ethan on track to accomplish all of his goals. He represents two of TV’s biggest stars, and he's earning enough money to help my family. So, why does he feel like something’s missing?
Enter Felix Lincoln, with his dimpled grin, ripped body, and inescapable charm. Wanting him has been Ethan's secret for years, and it’s going to stay that way. He doesn't have time in my life for selfish dreams or pointless fantasies. They’re just not practical.
Ethan's responsible and focused. So why is something as impractical as a hopeless crush on the charismatic personal trainer consuming his thoughts?
Is Ethan Rhys out of Felix's league? Absolutely, if you ask Felix. Does that stop him from flirting shamelessly with him and hitting on him any chance he gets? Not in the slightest. He knows Ethan's never taken him the slightest bit seriously - why would he? Ethan’s intelligent, successful, and really freaking adorable. Definitely not the type to go for a basic jock.
Despite Felix's better judgment, he keeps looking for ways to bring the two of them together, no matter how hopeless his chances are with the clever talent agent.
Felix has never had much ambition to go after things far beyond his reach. But for Ethan? He might be willing to get on his tiptoes and stretch.
Drawing Lines is the second book in the Hollywood Hopefuls series.
When Matt is propositioned by Jasper, a hot older guy, he’s more than down. That is until he realizes Jasper has a boyfriend, and Matt would be joining them both. He’s not into it, especially since the boyfriend is a jerk, so he ditches them both. What Matt doesn’t expect is the lingering disappointment that the handsome man who approached him wasn’t single and he didn’t get a chance to know him better.
Jasper is not used to rejection. He didn’t become one of the most successful and highest-paid executives in all of Hollywood by accepting defeat. So when Matt, the sexy young barista, turns him down flat not once but twice, he doesn’t quite know what to do. Jasper finds himself going out of his way to get to know what’s behind Matt’s reluctance when it’s clear there is a mutual attraction between them.
Crossing Lines is an age gap, opposites attract mm romance set in Hollywood. There’s some angst and plenty of heat, but you can count on a HEA. (CW: references to past sexual assault.) This is the third book in the Hollywood Hopefuls series, but it works as a standalone novel.