This book was suggested to me by the LezRead book club and I must say I am very pleased that I read this book and gave it a go.
When reading this book it was like I was looking at myself. Reading Caidence Harris' story unfold was like glancing into a very recent mirror. I was able to relate to her and her story so well, which is one of the main aspects of why I enjoyed this book so much.
Lanes intentions with this novel was obviously to explore the 'coming out' dynamic of a gay celebrity couple, which was most certainly an interesting approach. Not only were there the issues surrounding family, friends and coworkers for consideration - there was also the additional variation of having to deal with the press and the public eye, which was very well executed by Lanes words.
My reasoning behind giving this a four star rating instead of a five was in part due to a small issue. Lane was clearly writing this novel for an American based readership, which is ok for US based readers, but not if the book is to go international. As there were a few US references and colloquialisms that were thrown in that I did not recognise and had to stop and think about what they could potentially mean.
Otherwise, I thought this was a very interesting and well executed read - and one that I am very glad I did read. I look forward to potentially reading another one of Lane's novels in the future.