Out on a Limb

Out on a Limb No looking back That s the motto of college senior Cameron Buckley whether he s kicking his latest hookup out of bed or plotting out his future as a hit screenwriter With only a few weeks until gradu

  • Title: Out on a Limb
  • Author: A.J. Truman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 173
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • No looking back.That s the motto of college senior Cameron Buckley, whether he s kicking his latest hookup out of bed or plotting out his future as a hit screenwriter With only a few weeks until graduation, he s ready to put Browerton University in his rearview mirror and start the life he s been dreaming of ever since he was a kid But a chance meeting with a sexy strangNo looking back.That s the motto of college senior Cameron Buckley, whether he s kicking his latest hookup out of bed or plotting out his future as a hit screenwriter With only a few weeks until graduation, he s ready to put Browerton University in his rearview mirror and start the life he s been dreaming of ever since he was a kid But a chance meeting with a sexy stranger in a bar throws a wrench into his Hollywood plans.For Walker Reed, no looking back is hard to do when you work minutes away from your alma mater and share child custody with your college sweetheart Almost fifteen years after graduating from Browerton, he can t stop wondering how he got here He has an ex who can t stand him, a five year old son he can t connect with, and a dead end job he can t escape.When Cameron and Walker first meet, they know the rules They know their friendship has an expiration date, yet it begins changing them in ways they never expected As graduation looms, they both know things can t go anywhere, but they can t keep denying the feelings pulling them closer, even as an offer from Hollywood threatens to tear them apart forever.OUT ON A LIMB is a gay new adult romance filled with humor, heart, and hot guys It s the second full length book in the Browerton University series, but can be read as a standalone The book is intended for readers 18.

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    1. Until the 60 percent mark, this book was a solid 4 stars. Cameron is a college senior who dreams of being a screen writer. He doesn't believe in relationships and isn't prepared for the feelings he develops for Walker, a man 14 years his senior. Walker comes into the Starbucks where Cameron works every morning; it's the highlight of his otherwise dreary day. Walker, a media relations specialist, despises his job. His ex-husband hates him, and his 6-year-old son, Hobie, would rather spend time wi [...]

    2. I'm generally not the biggest fan of age difference romances, but this one worked pretty well for me as a whole.At 36, Walker left his life goal of having a creative job behind in favor of staying together with his first love upon college graduation, which landed him in a decidedly non-creative job, where he felt trapped. However, after his partner of over a decade cheated and left him for another man, Walker's one remaining light was his 6 y.o. son, Hobie, with whom he recently couldn't seem to [...]

    3. I'm kind of surprised I liked this one as much as I did. It ticked a lot of my "dislike" buttons. The MCs aren't together the majority of the book - Low steam - The MCs continuing to push each other away - But dammit if I didn't find myself really rooting for Cameron and Walker. Despite the slow build, despite the back and forth, despite it all the end, I wanted it to work out. I wanted them to be together even though it seemed impossible. They really had everything going against them. They were [...]

    4. Se queda finalmente en tres. Tras una primera parte prometedora donde el tono es juguetón y divertido, pasamos a un "no sé muy bien qué" que mal no está, pero empaña el resto de la lectura.Truman, creo en tí, a ver el tercero xDDDD

    5. Clearly an author who knows what he's doing.Beautifully structured romance with just a hint of a melancholic flair but that is ultimately sweet, sweet, sweet. :)This is my favorite type of book, where conflict between the characters is clear and filled with tension, and I love the twists in character development as both Cameron and Walker learn more about themselves. These are real people, and I not only appreciated this book, but thoroughly enjoyed the ride.This is an author to read and watch n [...]

    6. 4.5 stars. I really freakin' liked this book. I totally related to Walker and his professional frustration. He and Cameron were adorable together. I loved that they couldn't stand to be apart from each other. I love that even though we weren't supposed to like Walker's ex, we were still shown a three-dimensional view of why their relationship didn't work. It wasn't "my ex is a supervillain" - we got to see that Walker made mistakes too. I love the symmetry of how Cameron made the exact opposite [...]

    7. **Originally Posted on Kiki's Kinky Picks** The second book in A.J. Truman’s Browerton University series is even better than the first! Out on a Limb shows that you’re never too old to discover something new about yourself.I love a good May-December romance. Honestly, it’s my favorite trope when done well because I love the dynamic between the characters. With MCs at different stages of their lives, it makes for tantalizing conflict.Plus, it’s just plain yummy.Then there was Walker’s s [...]

    8. Out on a Limb is the second novel in the Browerton University series…and completely different from what I expected. Okay, I admit, I did not read the blurb…I didn’t even skim it. I read the first one and really liked it, so I figured surely this would be another college story with lots of sex all over the place. Boy was I wrong!! No, Out on the Limb tells the story of two men in completely different places in their lives: Walker with a job he hates, an ex-husband who hates him, and a son w [...]

    9. I don't know what happened with this book. I enjoyed the beginning, but in the second half Cameron and Walker became other people, sadly, other people I didn't like. And I wanted more than the ending we got. It was very HFN, and while that's all well and good, I wanted to see more of them together esp. with Hobie. That kid made this book for me. More sexy times would have been appreciated too.

    10. Man, these books are good at getting me emotionally invested. I swear to god every single time Walker's ex spoke I was like biiiiiiiiitch. It so encapsulated the ex-ness of an ex. Someone who knows you well enough to just push every single button you have. Someone that you can't quite hate but that you regularly want to murder.I also really liked Cameron's immaturity. So many books that include an age gap gloss right over the maturity gap or they patch it up with the younger character being 'ver [...]

    11. Cameron is less than six months from graduation and he can’t wait till those six months are up. Not a big believer in sentimentality, he just wants to get to the next step in his life. Yeah, he’ll miss his friends, but that is just part of life, right? He is also not big on relationships. Especially when he will be moving across country after he is out of school, and there is no reason to start something that has a firm and clear deadline.Walker is stuck in a job he hates, at odds with an ex [...]

    12. Another good book in this series of standalone stories.Out on a Limb is book two in the Browerton University series but it can be read as a standalone; there is no cliffhanger.Cameron Buckley has his future planned out. He’s going to finish college and become a screenwriter in Hollywood. He has no interest in a long-term relationship, especially because he will be moving soon.Walker Reed thought his life was all set; until it all fell apart. His husband cheated on him and now they’re divorce [...]

    13. Out on a Limb is the second book of the Browerton University #2 Series by AJ Truman. I thoroughly enjoyed book one, so I requested this one as soon as I saw it listed. In this book, we meet Walker, who feels trapped. His partner left him; his child doesn't want to spend time with him, and somehow he ended working at his old alma mater. Then we have Cameron, who has dreams of moving to LA after graduation. What started off as a friendship grew into more than they bargained. My highlights:-Great c [...]

    14. I wasn't sure what to expect from this book. I have to confess, I was neither completely sold by the blurb (a me thing, I'm not into Hollywood/famous/rich people etc stories) or by the cover. I feel a bit guilty because, you know, one shouldn't judge a book (or a book character) by the cover, but I kinda did. And the Cameron who is portrayed on the front of this book looks arrogant and rather full of himself. If I'm honest, had I seen the cover first I would have skipped right on by! (I feel I s [...]

    15. I absoultely loved the first book in this series and was super excited to see another title added.I didn't love it. I liked it. It took a very different turn from the previous book. The reason why I loved the previous book was because Ethan and Greg were quite dynamic characters and they were both college students.This book is about Cameron who is in his senior year, apparently a very good writer and a dream waiting for him in L.A. He is a man with a plan. He's not sentimental and he is very goa [...]

    16. I wasn't going to read this as I didn't really enjoy the other books I've read from this author. This has been on my kindle for ages and it kinda felt like unfinished business. This was an ok book with ok characters and an ok story. I enjoyed it more than the others, it felt like the writing was stronger. Overall it was fine just nothing special.

    17. I enjoyed this book so much! I haven't read book #1 but I didn't feel that I missed something. I liked the writing and the characters, they were realistic. I just wish there'd been more Walker-Cameron time on page. I'll be reading more of this author's work for sure.

    18. Cameron's and Walters relationship was far more believable than Ethan and Greg's was - where Ethan and Greg's story seemed to revolve around only their romance, Cameron and Walter had to work through both their internal conflicts (being afraid to follow your dreams, and alternatively, not knowing what your dreams really are) and their external (moving away after college, being stuck in a job you don't like) in a way that was quite refreshing to read. I'd give the story 4 stars if Cameron hadn't [...]

    19. I loved this book. Absolutely recommend this to anyone.Strengths: Well-developed characters. Character growth. Great Chemistry. Strong Romance. Making Decisions. Real Conflict. No Easy Solution. Happy Every AfterWeakness: Not so steamy sexCharacters - Cameron our primary protagonist is graduating senior who pretty much has a set view and plan for life. Confident and smart, he has everything figured out. He’s exactly like the blurs describes him. And like AJ truman’s other works, he shows [...]

    20. This book seemed to drag for me until about the half way point. But then it picked up and I thoroughly enjoyed it. There are 2 things that I would have liked to have seen, though. While Walker and his ex, did have it out, Walker never really called him on his douchey my-sh*t-don't-smell behaviour. And I wish Cameron's mother had realized or been told that her own fears were behind her push to have Cameron leave Walker and Hobie. Looking forward to book 3.

    21. It took a bit for me to like Cameron. I had to understand his past and then I was all, ok.As for Walker, I felt so bad for him from the get go. But then I always say, there are always two sides to a story and I saw where Doug was - still didn't make me like him because what he did was unforgivable in my opinion.I like Hobie and it was great to read about Ethan and Greg again. :)

    22. I didn't feel as much of a connection with Cameron and Walker as I did with Ethan and Greg. I still enjoyed the story though.

    23. At the end, I felt sorry for C.B. (writing ad one-liners is not the same thing as writing movie scripts). Also the side-characters were a bit wooden and a lot under-developed.

    24. To me, this book was more than just a book. I loved it. Seriously. What gets me about this story is everything. What are you reading for? The sex? Fine, you'll get some here, but not a lot. It's sprinkled here and there, and in just the "right" amount for me. The author packed more visuals and emotion into a few paragraphs than scenes I've read spanning pages. As I mentioned in my review for the first book in this series, he took a concept I've read hundred of times and actually made me believe [...]

    25. What’s your dream? Dreams are all around us. During our sleep, driving to work, even in a coffee shop. Cameron and Walker help each other find their dream and make it come alive.These two were perfect for each other. The readers could see it, their friends could see it, but could they see it? Cameron never looked back when he walked away from something or someone, until he met Walker and his son Hobie. Cameron had a dream, was graduating from college and he was focused to live it. Even if it m [...]

    26. Original Blog Post: Review Request: Out on a Limb (Browerton University #2) by A.J. TrumanReview by: multitaskingmommaMy Rating: 5 of 5 StarsBoy, oh boywhere to even begin with this review. First, that cover model. He winked at me. He is so Cameron. Second, this is one of the absolute best reads I've encountered in such a long time, and it's contemporary. Written in a pseudo-script style, the reader is taken on a journey of commitment. Two men who were not supposed to fall in love, did. An older [...]

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