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Release Day Review: Misinformation by Keelan Ellis

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Release Day Review:  Misinformation by Keelan Ellis

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About the Author
I strive to write stories that feel true, with real human emotion and a sense of humor. Also, with cute boys making out with each other. Keelan Ellis is a true crime enthusiast, a political junkie, and a comedy fan. Despite a compulsion to sometimes wallow in the depths of humanity’s corruption and sadness, she considers herself a romantic at heart. The stories she really connects with are about love that’s been twisted into hatred, and she believes that with honesty and forgiveness, love can overcome. Keelan loves good bourbon and classic country music, great television and well-prepared food, especially shared with like-minded people. She’s not a fan of parties and large groups of people, but there’s nothing she loves more than a long conversation with friends. Her favorite part of the writing process is the collaborative stage, hashing out plot and characters with smart and talented friends. It’s where she truly comes to understand the people she’s writing about, and often falls in love with them. With the support and encouragement--as well as some serious editing help--Keelan has found the writing niche she’s always searched for. Sometimes she gets blocked, and when that happens, there’s only one thing she knows to do. Just like Inigo Montoya, she goes back to the beginning, writing about the characters who inspired her so much in the past.
Publication Date
June 15, 2016
Ethan Daniels, host of a popular conservative cable news program, has never thought of his bisexuality as a problem, even though he has never acted on his attraction to men. Since his divorce, his desire has become more acute. When he meets Charlie Woods, his daughter’s first grade teacher, they have an instant spark, but Ethan hesitates to act. His contract is up for renewal, there are already rumors swirling about him because of a brief encounter from his past, and the last thing his employers want is for one of their stars to come out publicly.

Charlie avoids romantic entanglements because he prefers living on his own terms. He keeps love and sex completely separate, never seeing anyone more than a few times. Hooking up with a closeted celebrity like Ethan seems safe from emotional involvement, even if they have to keep their fledgling relationship secret.

The last thing they expect is to fall in love, but their strong mutual attraction moves them both to make changes neither of them thought they wanted or needed.

Cover Artist: Aaron Anderson

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1 reviews

Engaging story.
This is a good story with an engaging plot and likeable characters, both the MCs and secondary players.
It's a quite emotional story of coming to terms with oneself and overcoming fears; and those subjects are done very well. For me, the only slight disappointment is that much of the emotion and feeling in the relationship is told rather than shown, which makes it a little difficult to really feel that connection with Ethan and Charlie.
Misinformation is a good read, an interesting storyline with a hard won happy ending. Definitely worth a look.
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