The Young Americans Series2 books in series
Just Like Heaven Publisher's Summary
Noah Sinclair is best described as an egotistical, pompous, anal retentive, asshat. And those are his better qualities. Lately, Noah has lost touch with his playboy character “Jace” on the show Americana and can't quite put his finger on why.
The studio decides it is time to shake up his character by making him an offer he can't refuse, literally. They will introduce a new love interest for his character “Jace”. Only this time, there's a twist.
Josh Hill is up a creek and sinking fast. He's got no job, no money, no credit, and is about to be kicked out of his apartment.
Opportunity comes in the form of a job offer from the show Americana. Everything should be perfect; only, there is one hitch. He will be the new love interest for Noah Sinclair’s character on the beloved show.
So, opposites are supposed to attract, right?
Not so fast.
No one said life was that easy. Both actors find themselves in untested waters. Will they be able to play a same-sex couple with no prior experience authentically? Well, they say practice makes perfect.
Carefree, fun-loving Josh and uptight, overbearing Noah realize they need to make the best of their bad situation and are forced to find common ground. Over time, their roles in each other's lives become blurred. Is their attraction fake, or is it real? To top it off, Noah has a dark skeleton in his closet that can prevent them from ever moving forward.
Can they get on the same page and save both of their careers and their relationship? Or, will they end up yesterday's tabloid fodder?
JLH is a slow-burn love story. It can be listened to as a stand-alone. It contains a cast of characters that encounter romance, heartache, laughter, and life lessons. The book has darker themes that may act as triggers to some listeners. It contains adult language, mature themes, and is best enjoyed by those over the age of 18.