on November 3, 2014
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Hollywood is full of dirty secrets, but Carter refuses to be Levi's.
Retired action star Levi Pritchard has made a quiet life for himself in the sleepy logging town of Bluewater Bay, Washington. But then Hollywood comes to film the wildly popular television series Wolf's Landing, and Bluewater Bay isn't so sleepy anymore. His retirement doesn't stick, either, because he's offered a part on the show-exactly the kind of complex role he'd always wanted, one that would prove him more than a glorified stuntman. The only catch? He has to stay in the closet-no matter how attractive he finds his costar.
Carter Samuels is the critically acclaimed male lead on Wolf's Landing. And now, the man who inspired him to take up acting-and made him realize he's gay-is joining the cast, and sparks fly between them instantly. But Carter is out and proud and determined to stay true to himself.
Remaining just friends is the only thing to do, as both the studio and Levi's disapproving, dysfunctional family keep reminding them. Except their friendship deepens by the day, tempting them with what they can't have but both desperately need.
Levi Pritchard, is an actor who walked away from the bright lights and big city to live in the quiet town of Bluewater Bay, Washington.
But when Hollywood comes to film a popular TV series in his new hometown, Levi is too attracted to the role to say no.
With the series comes Carter Samuels, the acclaimed male lead, a man who is younger than Levi and openly gay.
From the moment Levi and Carter meet, it is clear there is a connection. The easy friendship these two development truly warmed my heart; they enjoyed each other’s company, they loved the same things and they took joy in the same things. They have so much in common except acceptance. Levi is unwilling to be openly gay; heck when we first meet him, he is hesitant to be gay behind closed doors.
Watching their bond continue to develop truly had me rooting for these men to find a way to overcome Levi’s fears and hesitations. I knew Carter deserved more than Levi seemed willing to give him.
The moment Levi decides he has had enough and “lets the cat out of the bag” was perfect!