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Gregory: Once I'm locked down with my roommate from hell, I find out he just might turn out to be the man of my dreams. I can't wait to get away from my parents, who are so purposefully blinded to the existence of gay people they think my Aunt Claudia and the woman with whom she has shared a King sized bed and three cats for the last twenty years are only "roommates." Luckil Gregory: Once I'm locked down with my roommate from hell, I find out he just might turn out to be the man of my dreams. I can't wait to get away from my parents, who are so purposefully blinded to the existence of gay people they think my Aunt Claudia and the woman with whom she has shared a King sized bed and three cats for the last twenty years are only "roommates." Luckily, I'm offered a job at a pharmaceutical company in Ann Arbor, and even more luckily, I'm able to find someone renting out a room in the middle of a pandemic. But when I find out that my new roommate, Samuel, is as gay as they come, an eccentric artist who I initially hate because of his loud parties and wild ways--even if he is hot as sin--I'm beginning to question my decision to fly so far from the nest. When the lab is put on lockdown and I'm forced to quarantine with Samuel, I realize that there's an unlikely, yet undeniable, chemistry between us. My Aunt Claudia might not be the only one who will be putting the word "roommate" in parenthesis. But Samuel isn't someone who wants to speak in euphemisms or keep our love quiet and hidden in the shadows. I'm falling in love with Samuel and I want to be with him for real, but will I find the courage to come out of the closet for him? Samuel: Bubble butts on twinks are a little hard to come by, but it seems like my fairy gaymother has handpicked one all the way from the Hillsdale suburbs for me to keep for myself. I knew Gregory was hot from the picture he submitted to the roommate website, but I didn't know my stars had aligned enough for him to also be gay. The only problem is that he doesn't accept this little fact about himself, and at first, he hates me for living my best life while he sits around moping about his miserable one. I totally get that his parents are homophobes, but I try to tell him, "Honey, it's time to cut the cord and let the real you shine through." When I decide to go in for a kiss, I'm surprised to find out he's down to do that-- and a lot more--despite his repressed ways. A guy could get used to this, but this guy's so obviously gay that I'm afraid to let myself fall for Mr. Pretends-To-Be-Straight-and-Narrow. Is this just a little bump and grind during mandatory quarantine or will it end up being the start of our new life together? Hearts on Lockdown is a male/male enemies to lovers coming out quarantine romance novel full of heat, humor and heart. It's a standalone with a very happily ever after and no cliffhanger or cheating. Fall in love with these two characters whose story is third in the Ann Arbor Hearts series. The series features connected friends living in the same city and can be read on their own or binge-read altogether... with a fan nearby because they're full of steam!


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Gregory: Once I'm locked down with my roommate from hell, I find out he just might turn out to be the man of my dreams. I can't wait to get away from my parents, who are so purposefully blinded to the existence of gay people they think my Aunt Claudia and the woman with whom she has shared a King sized bed and three cats for the last twenty years are only "roommates." Luckil Gregory: Once I'm locked down with my roommate from hell, I find out he just might turn out to be the man of my dreams. I can't wait to get away from my parents, who are so purposefully blinded to the existence of gay people they think my Aunt Claudia and the woman with whom she has shared a King sized bed and three cats for the last twenty years are only "roommates." Luckily, I'm offered a job at a pharmaceutical company in Ann Arbor, and even more luckily, I'm able to find someone renting out a room in the middle of a pandemic. But when I find out that my new roommate, Samuel, is as gay as they come, an eccentric artist who I initially hate because of his loud parties and wild ways--even if he is hot as sin--I'm beginning to question my decision to fly so far from the nest. When the lab is put on lockdown and I'm forced to quarantine with Samuel, I realize that there's an unlikely, yet undeniable, chemistry between us. My Aunt Claudia might not be the only one who will be putting the word "roommate" in parenthesis. But Samuel isn't someone who wants to speak in euphemisms or keep our love quiet and hidden in the shadows. I'm falling in love with Samuel and I want to be with him for real, but will I find the courage to come out of the closet for him? Samuel: Bubble butts on twinks are a little hard to come by, but it seems like my fairy gaymother has handpicked one all the way from the Hillsdale suburbs for me to keep for myself. I knew Gregory was hot from the picture he submitted to the roommate website, but I didn't know my stars had aligned enough for him to also be gay. The only problem is that he doesn't accept this little fact about himself, and at first, he hates me for living my best life while he sits around moping about his miserable one. I totally get that his parents are homophobes, but I try to tell him, "Honey, it's time to cut the cord and let the real you shine through." When I decide to go in for a kiss, I'm surprised to find out he's down to do that-- and a lot more--despite his repressed ways. A guy could get used to this, but this guy's so obviously gay that I'm afraid to let myself fall for Mr. Pretends-To-Be-Straight-and-Narrow. Is this just a little bump and grind during mandatory quarantine or will it end up being the start of our new life together? Hearts on Lockdown is a male/male enemies to lovers coming out quarantine romance novel full of heat, humor and heart. It's a standalone with a very happily ever after and no cliffhanger or cheating. Fall in love with these two characters whose story is third in the Ann Arbor Hearts series. The series features connected friends living in the same city and can be read on their own or binge-read altogether... with a fan nearby because they're full of steam!

30 review for Hearts on Lockdown

  1. 5 out of 5

    Judy

    It has been awhile since this author wrote the last book from this series so I was happy to see something from him. His stories always keep me hooked from the beginning and this one does that. This seems to have a different feel to the writing than previously. Not good, not bad just different tone. The characters seem more part funny part frustrating. I enjoyed them because of their quirks. Sam appears to be the more forward in the beginning but Greg seems to take over most of the story about ha It has been awhile since this author wrote the last book from this series so I was happy to see something from him. His stories always keep me hooked from the beginning and this one does that. This seems to have a different feel to the writing than previously. Not good, not bad just different tone. The characters seem more part funny part frustrating. I enjoyed them because of their quirks. Sam appears to be the more forward in the beginning but Greg seems to take over most of the story about halfway through. Him and his family share the traits of dragging out their conversations in the most funny ways. Coming out and a new relationship plus the personalities made this story so original and made it impossible for me to set down until the end. I just hope it doesn’t take long for the next story.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Judith

    I have had a great time reading this book, it's funny, it's fast-paced, and has a HEA... Despite this, I have some issues that have bothered me: 1. I knew this had something to do with a lockdown but I didn't realize it had to do with the Covid19 lockdown and I'm not sure if it is necessary to have Covid19 romance books yet... They don't talk much about it but it is strange to read about it because it hasn't ended yet... 2. I guess because it is so new it lacks some proofreading, there are repeate I have had a great time reading this book, it's funny, it's fast-paced, and has a HEA... Despite this, I have some issues that have bothered me: 1. I knew this had something to do with a lockdown but I didn't realize it had to do with the Covid19 lockdown and I'm not sure if it is necessary to have Covid19 romance books yet... They don't talk much about it but it is strange to read about it because it hasn't ended yet... 2. I guess because it is so new it lacks some proofreading, there are repeated or incorrect words, or tiny mistakes that could have been avoided with a beta reader... P.e. At some point Greg forgets the phone at home (which is important for the story) but when he comes back he explains that has been taking selfies with a sculpture??? 3. I'm sorry but I just hate the cover... It's awful... 4. And last but not least, (minor spoilers ahead): there is so much babbling about consent, as "if you don't want to do this just tell me" in the most steamy moments, but then they do it without a condom?? It is the 21st century, we are as troubled about consent as STD... It seems a bit incredible because Greg is a medical worker and at the beginning of the book he is talking about the burden of the HIV pandemic... I just don't see how he will consent to have sex without protection especially with Sam, who is not celibate at all... Despite these 4 minor flaws a good and fast read. I have enjoyed it a lot.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Henderson

    Well that was something. This book is full of mainly the guys thoughts, what they are thinking or daydreaming about. It’s a change of life, falling in love, coming out story that will warm your heartstrings. With parts where you just want to slap someone because of their backwards ideas, hug someone because the emotions are all just too much or to just shed a tear or two. Yes you’ll get some laughs also. Skyping Greg’s parents is a bit of a hoot. If they weren’t sure he was gay they are now that Well that was something. This book is full of mainly the guys thoughts, what they are thinking or daydreaming about. It’s a change of life, falling in love, coming out story that will warm your heartstrings. With parts where you just want to slap someone because of their backwards ideas, hug someone because the emotions are all just too much or to just shed a tear or two. Yes you’ll get some laughs also. Skyping Greg’s parents is a bit of a hoot. If they weren’t sure he was gay they are now that’s for sure. Overall I loved this book. And you know what how many people have found themselves in a similar situation this year it would be interesting to know. Another great read by Ian Finn

  4. 4 out of 5

    Magali

    Skip the ban It's a good story, quite cute, very hot with an interesting point about moving beyond religion which places moral and psychological limits on homosexuality. This story is the meeting between a man who no longer wants to fall in love following a disappointment, but who falls in love at the first sight of his new roommate, a young man frustrated by his religion and his family, who finds it difficult to accept who he is and who he is in love to. This then poses the question of defining w Skip the ban It's a good story, quite cute, very hot with an interesting point about moving beyond religion which places moral and psychological limits on homosexuality. This story is the meeting between a man who no longer wants to fall in love following a disappointment, but who falls in love at the first sight of his new roommate, a young man frustrated by his religion and his family, who finds it difficult to accept who he is and who he is in love to. This then poses the question of defining what is priority in his life. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book

  5. 5 out of 5

    Cassie

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. They say opposites attract, but can they overcome the obstacles in their way? Will the allow themselves to heal? I really liked how these two men were complete opposites in a lot of ways, but had a similar enough upbringing to understand each other. I loved how Samuel owned who he was and was determined to show Greg he was all in. I didn't blame Gregory for his fears, but loved seeing him grow into his own. Good read!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Brenda Moser

    Book three in the Ann Arbor Hearts series brings Greg and Sam's story. The author brings these two opposites together in quarantine,one's out and the other is deeply in the closet fearing what his parents will think. This is their story. It's another great read by Ian Finn. It's well written,moves quickly and smoothly and is an entertaining read. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book. All opinions in this review are my own and freely given.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Denise GremoryKohta

    I am so happy to see a book that has the characters dealing with what we are dealing with now. And the characters, both main and side, were a blast to read about. The 9not reason I couldn't give it give stars was because there were some sentences that were off enough to throw me out of the reading. If those are fixed it would be a five star read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Pat

    The good character and storyline development grabbed my attention from the very beginning and the interaction and chemistry between Gregory and Samuel kept me turning the pages until the very last page!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Adrienne

    Loved it Samuel and Gregory start out as roommates during the quarantine and feelings happen and they both finally admit they like each other but it takes time as one is afraid his family will turn against him. What happens you will have to read but it ends in a hea ending.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Pernille Aarseth

    DNF 52%

  11. 5 out of 5

    Angel

    It's an entertaining and unique story, and the first one I've read that addresses the pandemic. Sam and Greg are interesting characters, and have good chemistry. Loved the cute HEA.

  12. 5 out of 5

    vicki carnicle

    Hearts on lock down Interesting Reading of two men rooming together and finding true love and coming out to each other funny loving story

  13. 5 out of 5

    Charles Green

  14. 4 out of 5

    Dave

  15. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Brown

  16. 5 out of 5

    Phillip Porter

  17. 4 out of 5

    Laura Mclellan

  18. 5 out of 5

    Michael R. Lohmann

  19. 4 out of 5

    bruce bissell

  20. 5 out of 5

    Renee Gary

  21. 4 out of 5

    Bob Romano

  22. 5 out of 5

    John R

  23. 4 out of 5

    Matt319899

  24. 5 out of 5

    Brian

  25. 5 out of 5

    Debra LaBarbera

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jane

  27. 4 out of 5

    solaegis

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jeffery E.

  29. 5 out of 5

    kimberley mccabe

  30. 5 out of 5

    Linda

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