Title: Venetian Blue
Author: G.A. Hauser
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Length: 223 pages
Publisher: G. A. Hauser (April 26, 2016)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4 Hearts
Blurb: Ethan Emerson felt like a cliché. Living in Los Angeles, good looking, and of course, dying to get into acting, Ethan was a part of the film-making world, but behind the camera, when he wanted to be in front of one. He thought his luck had changed when one of the top movie moguls in LA, Cliff Beckett, took an interest in him.
As Ethan waited, and waited, for the invitation to audition while he and the big producer carried on a sexual fling, Ethan kept wondering, who was using who?
But, being lighthearted and loving to laugh, Ethan decided to simply enjoy this older man’s attention, and see how it played out.
Then something else happened to handsome Ethan. He met Joss Nash, and…POW! was smitten.
While his head was pulling him towards his career goal, his heart, and sexual attraction, were yanking his chain towards Joss.
What Ethan never realized was the connection between these two completely different men in his life would change him forever.
Venetian Blue…it was how Cliff described Ethan’s eyes.
Power, money, and ambition versus potential love. Through Ethan’s ‘Venetian blue’ eyes, he would see a way into his future and maybe dreams did come true.
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Review: Ethan wants more than working behind the scenes. He wants to be in the movies. He meets Hollywood Mogul Cliff and starts an affair with him in the hopes of starring in one of his movies. What he doesn’t expect is to become attracted to actor Josh Nash. Caught between two lovable men Ethan does not know what to do.
I found the story to be well written and interesting as we follow Ethan throughout his decisions and ordeals. It was humorous at times with Ethan’s interactions with Cliff and Josh and had a lighter quality to it that blended perfectly in the story.
The sex was hot and steamy as expected. Ethan seemed to have the best of two wonderful men at his disposal. I enjoyed reading this story as it progressed. Full of humor and drama this book keeps your attention to the very end.
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