Working it Out is a wonderful story about relationships, fears, endings, beginnings, possibilities, and fate.
Jake and Lance are characters at a crossroads. Jake is thinking about selling the gym that has been a dream for him, and for the partner that died, and is very much out. Lance is at a different kind of crossroads - especially after meeting Jake - since he (Lance) is in the closet.
What I liked about the story is how the characters, well, work things out between them. While I would have liked to see Lance and Jake discuss Lance's past experiences that led to the way he feels about staying in the closet, the story worked overall and I enjoyed it.
Passion and lust brings them together, what they don't expect is to fall in love.
Jake Grant is a sexy personal trainer not looking for anyone after his long-time partner passes away. He's ready to throw away his dreams by selling the gym just to get away from the ghost of his past. But once he meets Lance everything changes.
Lance Abbott is an orthopaedic surgeon who specializing in sports medicine and is completely in the closet. He is convinced that if his clients found out he was gay they would all leave his practice and he would have to abandon the work he loves. When he meets Jake, a man who is totally out, all of Lance’s perceptions about being “out” are challenged.
Passions and lust drive Lance and Jake together. But they soon find out their relationship is deeper than the physical heat between them. Can what they have last without anyone finding out? Or should Lance give up his insecurities and embrace Jake fully?