Creative Process

Creative Process Best selling thriller author Reese Kelsey knows his career isn t conducive to romance He doesn t work the normal nine to five and sometimes his characters take hold and demand all his attention caus

  • Title: Creative Process
  • Author: Jodi Payne
  • ISBN: 9781635338416
  • Page: 116
  • Format: ebook
  • Best selling thriller author Reese Kelsey knows his career isn t conducive to romance He doesn t work the normal nine to five, and sometimes his characters take hold and demand all his attention, causing him to neglect important appointments and lovers Rather than go through another heartbreak, Reese contents himself with his small circle of friends fellow gay New YorkBest selling thriller author Reese Kelsey knows his career isn t conducive to romance He doesn t work the normal nine to five, and sometimes his characters take hold and demand all his attention, causing him to neglect important appointments and lovers Rather than go through another heartbreak, Reese contents himself with his small circle of friends fellow gay New York City artists and his dedicated publicist, Chad.Until he sees Owen Mercado lugging his cello toward the subway and impulsively offers him a ride.Owen has worked long and hard for a career in the symphony, and success comes with a demanding schedule something Reese understands Their desires and lifestyles are surprisingly compatible, and Reese and Owen certainly set the bedroom on fire They re both carrying baggage, but they fit, and it s hard not to hope for a future that once seemed impossible But when Reese s work inevitably pulls him into its dark world and refuses to let go, Owen draws a hard line, and Reese discovers he can t rely on good intentions alone He will have to control the obsession that drove his other lovers away or risk losing Owen as well.

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    • Pianka *call me PIU* says:

      3.75 stars‘Creative Process’ by Jodi Payne depicts exactly what its name indicates: the creative exercise of two extremely talented and involved individuals and how it meshes along with their love lives and finally defines their relationship. I enjoyed the story especially the ‘Creative Process’ of our MC, Reese who is a thriller novelist with an intriguing and twisted mind.Don’t be alarmed, this is not a dark/gory book. The gore, the killings and the murder mystery all happens in Rees [...]

    • Sarah says:

      I was given a copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. This is a sweet, fun story about an unlikely relationship between a famous horror author and a symphony cellist. I admit that I may have watched too many episodes of Castle but I really struggled to untangle Reese Kelsey from Richard Castle in my head. Which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. There are lots of similarities between the two famous writer but Reese is a more serious character and his story is more drama than comedy. [...]

    • Joyfully Jay says:

      A Joyfully Jay review. 4 starsThis was a charming book with a charming couple and even charming side characters. I found myself enjoying it far more than I thought I would, and I found Reese and Owen to be really quite adorable together. Reese has Issues, with a capitol “I.” He’s obsessive about his work and prone to vanishing into his office for days at a time, caught up in his created worlds and spending more time with his characters than his lovers. He’s driven, prickly, and prone to [...]

    • Avid Reader says:

      Creative Process by Jodi Payne4 starsM/M RomanceI was given this book for an honest review by Wicked Reads.This is a sweet story. Owen is a cellist who just was able to realize one of his dreams - he now plays for a symphony. He is talented and sweet, kind and gentle. He seems incredibly mature, even though we never really get his age. I really liked how he was kind and gentle, but wasn't a doormat. I also loved that he was unwilling to give up his college/conservatory friends for the "new job" [...]

    • MorganSkye says:

      This was a very creative and interesting book within a book type of story. We get to see the “process” not only of the author, Reese, but the musician, Owen and the fictional detective, Harris – the star of Reese’s book.I thought the layering was both fascinating and at times difficult to manage. The author drops us into Reese’s story and then – just as the character is – time and again – interrupts us as “real life” intrudes. It felt both authentic and frustrating – as it [...]

    • Lena Grey says:

      “The creative process is not controlled by a switch you can simply turn on or off; it's with you all the time.” ~ Alvin AileyBest-selling author Reese Kelsey has all but given up on having a love life because of his erratic moods and lifestyle, until he meets a musician, Owen Mercado. They both understand getting lost in their art but there are limits. You are always responsible for your actions. There's never an excuse to become so obsessed with work that you deliberately hurt someone becau [...]

    • Tori Thompson says:

      3.5 heart review for Love Bytes Reviews.A copy of this book was provided in exchange for an honest review. This review was originally posted at Love Bytes Reviews, please visit lovebytesreviews to see this and many more reviews, interviews, and giveaways!Reese is a best-selling author of mystery novels, with a strong horror component, so he has some darkness in his head. He gets way too focused on what he’s writing, and has ignored lovers in the past and lost them. He forgets his commitments, [...]

    • Heather Martin says:

      *Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie by Dreamspinner Press for my reading pleasure in hopes of an unbiased opinion, a review was not a requirement.*Reese is a successful writer whose head is filled with the life of a serial killer. He only manages to leave his computer because of his publicist who pushes, pulls and forces him to attend events. Chad is his living alarm clock that has to manage all aspects of Reese’s life outside of the office. Reese has accompanied Chad to the symphony and as th [...]

    • Mariana says:

      2.75 stars

    • Wendy Ann says:

      I’ve always wondered how talented authors go about creating their masterpieces, so it was a total treat to read this book and get one version of exactly how that might happen. “Creative Process” was like getting a story within a story. One of the MCs, Reese, is an author and in the process of writing what he expects to be the final installment of a series that has been quite literally consuming his life for a little too long. I found myself invested and wondering about the direction of the [...]

    • Mel Bradley says:

      3 Stars…When we meet Reese, he’s presented as a well-known, best-selling author who lives his life immersed in his books and surrounds himself with (somewhat snooty) creative “elite.” He meets a super hot guy at a dinner party… but, it’s not who he goes for. Instead, he randomly meets Owen and he jumps in head first.The premise of this story is fun – an opposites attract, but they aren’t really opposites at all… but there was just so many weird subplots that I wasn’t able to [...]

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