I find Josh Lanyon books are hit and miss with me. This one is definitely a hit. I really enjoyed Christopher Holmes, and his point of view. It's refreshing reading about a character who isn't in his early twenties and smoking hot. It's a nice change to read about someone I can relate to more especially as I get older. Christopher's insecurities, and fears felt real to me. I was able to understand where he was coming from, and I really felt for him as he tried to save his writing career. The secondary characters were strong, and interesting. Their quirks made for entertaining reading, and I liked the diversity of the cast of writers. The love interest felt a bit pushy to me, but I understood him better when I found out about their past together. The mystery did get a bit thin in spots, and I thought the resolution came a little out of left field, but the strength of the characters made up for any qualms I had about the plot. A fun read, and I look forward to reading more.