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    Closet Claustrophobia

    A great read, though more than once I wanted to strangle one of the main characters. Levi has retreated from Hollywood and acting to get away from the pressures and falsehoods that work in that environment placed on him. Carter is a young out actor on his way up who has idolized Levi's work. Carter is working on a television series which is shooting in Bluewater Bay, Washington where Levi now resides. Carter learns that Levi is directing the local theatre group and he takes the chance to meet his idol who has just been offered a role on the television series. There is a definite attraction between the two men and when the discover their mutual love of Inde films, they find they have much more in common. Trouble is that Levi is straight, or at least playing it well, and his offer to be in the series is predicated on him being straight. There have been rumors in the past that give Carter hope that he might have a chance with Levi. Levi has a lot of baggage to deal with and staying in the closet has been part of that baggage for far too long and although Carter is willing to deal with much of the baggage being pushed into hiding his relationship with Levi is just one step too far. Will they be able to navigate these stormy seas or will it tear them and their hearts appart. This was a definite page turner.
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    Starstruck

    I really feel in love with the fictional small town of Bluewater Bay and the popular (fake) television show Wolf's Landing. Add in two characters that both have their issues and it makes for a great contemporary romance.
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