Acting On Love

Acting On Love

by S.J. Frost

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Overview

Brandon Alexander, has known many stuggles in his acting career, even more in his relationships. He's found the man of his dreams in Shunichi Miyamoto, but when his career takes an unexpected turn, the greatest role of his life might keep him from spending his life with the man he loves.

Brandon Alexander has risen to the top of theatre in Chicago, but when you reach the top, there's usually only one way left to go. Funding fell through on the latest play he was to star in and now he finds himself an unemployed actor. Coming fresh off a bad audition, he wonders if his time in the spotlight is over. But what worries him more, is not making the man he loves proud of him. Shunichi Miyamoto runs a highly successful dojo. He had always let work be the focus of his life, until over a year ago, the man of his dreams walked into the dojo to rekindle his passion for karate, and it led to further passions between him and Brandon. He knows Brandon is worried about his career, but he loves him, he's proud of him, and he'll do anything for Brandon's happiness. Both Brandon and Shunichi want to spend their lives together, but when a new opportunity comes to Brandon, he must decide whether to follow his career dreams or to act on his love for Shunichi.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151637855
Publisher: MLR Press, LLC
Publication date: 03/29/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 681,891
File size: 196 KB

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Acting On Love 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I waited a long time for this story and I wanted to love it but it was just ok. After reading and re-reading the Conquest series, this book did not measure up. It seems rushed and superficial. At only 105 pages, there just wasn't enough content to bring justice to these great characters. The first book was over 400 pages and had a lot of depth and detail.