“It was never supposed to be serious…”
A few photos are all it takes for Owen Hart’s world to change in an instant. Outed to the public eye after what was already a rough breakup, the actor is more than glad to flee to a small Washington town to film his next movie so he can try to put himself back together. When he runs into a cute local, well, what’s the harm in a rebound? He can have fun for a few weeks, then walk away when filming ends and never have to think about James again.
Except thinking about him is all Owen can do, and as time ticks down until filming is over Owen isn’t sure if he can walk away…or if he even wants to.
“We’re all wrong for each other…aren’t we?”
Burned in the past by the ugly side of fame, James Fahey wants nothing to do with the movie and all the chaos that disrupts the little town he lives in. Let the other townsfolk gawk at the actors and dream of lives full of paparazzi and glamour; James plans to keep his head down and count down the days until the movie rolls back out of town.
But staying away from the charming lead actor is harder than he expects, and he can’t help but give in. Owen is perfect…for someone who wants a life full of media attention.
It isn’t just a fling, and suddenly the future of their relationship hinges on one little snapshot…
“Because you, me, us? We’re worth fighting for.”
Snapshot is a 57,000-word standalone gay romance novel with no cliffhanger and a HEA. The books in the Leading Light series can be read in any order.