I’m a man living with regret. It eats at me night and day.
Eights years ago, I ran from Reagan instead of facing the music. I was sure he would shut me out if he knew the truth, so I beat him to the punch. I left and never looked back.
Or at least I tried not to.
To this day, Reagan is always in the back of my mind, trying to make me remember the fun we had. I always wonder what he would have thought if I’d told him everything.
The regret echoes in my head.
Now he’s standing in front of me, looking for answers I doubt he’s ready for.
Can Reagan accept me for who I really am?
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Jay hasn’t been out long and has messed around with a couple of guys, but hasn’t really done much besides that. He’s booked a gay cruise as a way to go far away from where anyone knows him or where anyone might see him, and just be his nerdy self.
It’s really far out of his comfort zone, but maybe that’s what he needs in order to cut loose and start living a little. Maybe he’ll even talk himself into hooking up with some guy there. On a ship full of gay guys, surely he’s got a shot with someone, right?
College jock, Tyler, won two tickets to a cruise. A gay cruise. He’s not out – not even fully come to terms with his sexuality yet. He’s pretty sure he’s bi. He’s definitely attracted to guys, but has only been sexually active with girls.
So, he hasn’t given friends and family any details of this cruise, just that he’ll be gone over Spring break. On the inside, he’s anxious but excited for his chance to finally at least have the opportunity to do something with a guy. Nobody will know or care – and if he doesn’t follow through with it, at least he’s still going to be on a cruise. It can’t be that bad.
When Jay and Tyler meet, sparks fly between them. Neither were expecting such a connection…but when the cruise comes to an end, will either of them have the courage to face their true feelings? Or will it just end up being nothing more than a Spring fling?
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Cameron Fletcher and Lucas Hensley are advertising executives who have Sixty Five Hours to pull together the campaign of their careers.
Sixty Five Hours to get along. Sixty Five Hours to not kill each other. Sixty Five Hours to fall in love.
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