"Losing It" is a gay romance that shows that sometimes you have to look under the skin to see what a person really looks like. It also deals with fresh starts and friendships. There are a lot of characters in this story and they all interact with each other. Many are characters from previous books in this series while others are new. What is nice is that you don’t have to start at the beginning of the series to enjoy this story as it does stand alone. I loved how so many different elements came together to make "Losing It" have a depth that is surprising. I also loved on how Finn is wanting love but not sure how to find it. Justin is a character that is rebuilding his life and isn’t sure where his life is going. I really liked how this book played out even though I was fairly sure how it was going to end. You can’t help but to love these characters!
The Story: Justin has no idea what he’s going to do now that he’s left his old job. Staying with his parents definitely was no working so he’s decided to try Toronto. Maybe there he can find someone to give him a chance. He hates that he has to ask his old charge for help. Finn has had his eye on Leo for months. Leo is everything anyone could want in a man. The problem is, Finn isn’t sure how to approach him. Justin sees the problem and offers to help Finn. Little does he know that it doesn’t take long before Justin has more feelings towards Finn than he expected. Now, what does he do?
Finn Miller doesn't do social. He works his IT job from home as often as he can to avoid people. If it weren't for his weekly training sessions at Ringside Gym, he might never leave his apartment. And he only does that because of Leo, the gym member he's in love with. When Finn gets talked into attending a speed dating fund-raiser at the gym, his greatest wish is to have the courage to try to say something--anything--to Leo.
Justin McCormick has spent most of his adult life being used, whether playing a corporate heavy, or acting as guard dog for his ward. So when he leaves Vancouver for a fresh start in Toronto, he doesn't quite know what to do with himself.
The moment Justin sees Finn at a speed dating event, he knows there's no way he'll make it without a little help, so he offers to coach Finn on the art of conversation. What he doesn't count on is his unexpected attraction to this shy boxer, or his fear that if Finn gets his way, Justin might lose out on his best chance at love.