Enjoyable characters and story. I'm finding the realistic characters and settings by this author to be comforting and not entirely predictable or boring in any way. There's real emotions and minimal angst or silly miscommunication. This story didn't pull me in deep like some others, but I really like Dion and Bryce individually and together. I think I would have liked to see some of Dion's POV, but I think most of the story was about Bryce's journey. I can see why the focus was on his struggle to be out in Hollywood and to overcome his past. Dion has a good backstory too, though, and I would have liked to hear him talk about it more.