Watching Jude’s cam show stirs desires Shawn’s always denied…
Shawn is adrift. Recently graduated, he’s stuck in a dead-end job that barely pays the bills. His girlfriend dumped him, his friends have moved on, and he’s still in Plymouth—going nowhere.
Jude is a student living in the same shared house. Out and proud, he’s everything Shawn’s been running from since he hit puberty. When Shawn discovers Jude works as a cam boy, he can’t resist the urge to watch one of his shows. It makes Shawn want things that scare him, yet his fascination forces him to confront his attraction.
Keen to explore his bicurious side, Shawn suggests they do a show together. Jude agrees, and things get complicated—and kinky—fast. But Jude isn’t looking to get involved with someone so deep in the closet. If Shawn’s going to get what he wants, he needs to find the courage to stop hiding from himself and be honest about who he is.
Shawn and Jude’s story
Finally, Shawn gets a voice.
So, by all the other books and Shawn’s surely attitude that he in fact would turn out to be bi-sexual if not gay. When his story came alone. Just went with theme of the series. But boy-o-boy I never saw the rest of this coming AT ALL.
You naughty boys Jude and Shawn… All in a good way.
Jude, the newest of housemates, and Shawn one of the originals have come to an understanding, show Shawn what he needs to help get his life back under control. And luckily, we are witness to this. All the housemates have gotten their degrees and are ready to set off, find jobs, find love, start life. But Shawn seems stuck. He knows it, and wants to fix it, knows deep down what he needs but because of he’s upbringing simple can’t.
Jude, free spirit, rebel, is willing and able to help Shawn find that grounding and along the way they find each other.
These two are hot together, just like the others in the series, same format but oh so different in execution. Even though, we get our HFN ending, the middle, the jobs, the life, so very different and that’s what I love about this author.