As the hottest bodyguard on Security Force Omega, Oscar Oliveira has no trouble finding a warm body at any odd hour. But he's ready for more.
And for the first time in this ex-pro boxer's life, he just got rejected. For a kiss.
Oscar's friends warned him not to fall for the straight guy, but flirty, sexy-as-hell Jack Highland made that difficult. Now Jack has Oscar's sweater. His belt. His bandana. And Oscar seriously wants them back.
As for Jack – well, Jack wants a lot of things.
But for the first time in this confident filmmaker's life, he's absolutely 100%... confused. Add another ultra-complication in a sea of complicated: Enter Charlie Cobalt.
The enigmatic famous one that Oscar is sworn to protect wants his own show, and he's asked Jack to film it. A Charlie-centric docuseries will force Oscar & Jack to share the same air again.
Option 1: Ignore each other.
Option 2: Flirt, aw yeah. And act like the rejection never happened.
Option 3: Confront each other about the rejected kiss.
With options on the table and their romantic lives unsettled, both Jack & Oscar are concerned about why Charlie wants his own show. And the longer filming lasts, the more tumultuous their personal & professional worlds become.
Chaos reigns when you're around the Cobalts, and Jack & Oscar are swept up among the most destructive one.
Not feeling the love, sadly.
Wow! At the time of writing this, there have been 27 star reviews but not one written review.
I’m afraid that I didn’t really feel the love between Oscar and Jack that I was hoping for. It all somehow felt mechanical rather than romantic, and their sexy-times together seemed to be about their physical feelings without the emotional ones - although an attempt was made to portray that.
I found that I was much more interested in Charlie. I wanted to know why he didn’t care about himself, was always looking for something that he never found and the reason why he wanted Jack to film his day to day life in a spin-off from the Calloway documentary series that Jack films. It is not as insightful or satisfying as (again) I had hoped for.
It felt to me that the Ritchie sisters had decided that Oscar and Jack would have there own story but they forgot to add the spark. Maybe the weren’t feeling the love either.