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Landing a job at one of the top talent agencies in Hollywood puts Ethan Rhys on track to accomplish all of his goals. He represents two of TV’s biggest stars, and he's earning enough money to help his family. So, why does he feel like something’s missing? What more could he want?

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 his 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 Lincoln'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. Felix 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, Felix tells himself.

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, which centers around a group of queer characters making their way through the trials and tribulations of relationships, working in show business, and finding their happily ever afters. 

©2021 Jeris Jean (P)2021 Jeris Jean

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  • 08-02-21

Sweet contemporary book

The best part of the book is that even if you’re best at what you do and good looking doesn’t mean you have self confidence. The self doubt from both of the MCs, from totally different reasons drives the story.

For a fifth star, I want more depth, more dialogue between the MCs.

Iggy Toma is great!