Review: In Plain Sight by Josh Lanyon


Title: In Plain Sight
Author: Josh Lanyon
Publisher: JustJoshin
Publication Date: August 22nd 2013
Series or Standalone: Standalone
Format: Ebook, 37 pages


Nash didn’t believe in love until it was too late. Now he’s looking for reasons, for answers, for meaning. Sometimes the truth is right in front of you the whole time.

Previously released in print edition of short stories collection, In Sunshine Or in Shadow.


A short and simple love story that moves my heart. It’s not typical for me reading books with middle-aged protagonists. But this really is a good book.

Same with the other mm story, In Plain Sight also shows how being gay affects the entire life of a person and those people who surround him. How it affects your carrer. How people think of you. How they treat you. Almost everything. And that’s what makes me feel so sad. That every time I read mm books, there’s always this kind of negative atmosphere that being gay is such a big deal like an atomic bomb soon to explode.

Anyway, I like the story between Nash and Glen. It was overwhelming. I wish it was not that short because their chemistry was heartwarming. I just want more of them.




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