Would It Be Okay to Love You? Year Three by Amy Tasukada
A voice actor out of the closet. A boyfriend in the tabloids. Can their love survive the trappings of fame?
Aoi is more comfortable in the recording studio than in the limelight. But when his boyfriend persuades him to come out on national TV, he skyrockets from D-list adult voice actor to gay icon. Caught in a whirlwind of fame, Aoi worries the wear and tear will be too much for his vocal cords—and his heartstrings—to handle.
Sato is a diehard fan of geek culture and his dreamy boyfriend. So when Aoi’s newfound star power gives him a chance to voice a favorite anime character, Sato’s over the moon. But after doctors diagnose Aoi with a career-threatening throat condition, Sato doesn’t know which is worse—the relentless rumor mill or his crushing guilt for pushing the man he loves to the brink of ruin.
In the midst of a media frenzy and medical emergencies, can Aoi and Sato’s love survive, or will it be silenced forever?
Year Three is a heartwarming gay romance with a unique Japanese setting. If you like steamy chemistry, Japanese anime culture, and emotional journeys of overcoming the odds, then you’ll adore Amy Tasukada’s pitch-perfect slice-of-life anthology collection.
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