The writing was fine but I disliked the characters, especially Cam, which made it hard to care all that much if they ended up happy or not.Cam comes across as shallow and fickle. He's supposedly in love with Morgan, but after being separated for all of one day, he loses his virginity to another man, one he's just met and has exchanged barely a handful of words with (most of which was the man ordering him around or telling him what he can or can't do). By the next morning, he's already emotionally attached to this new man, he's moved on and he's given up on Morgan. This makes it hard to believe that what he feels is enough for them to last 5 years together and marry. Once the situation becomes difficult, he doesn't actually do anything to try to work things out with Morgan (he sends a few texts, makes a couple of calls and that's it -- doesn't bother to try to get his phone back, doesn't try to find out Morgan's number or email, nothing). He gives into things far too easily and never actually tries.His parents are...irresponsible? Some talent scout whom neither know and have never heard of says he wants to sign Cam up and his parents are instantly totally on board with the idea (well, they give it maybe 5 minutes' thought). They don't even bother asking Cam if he wants this or discussing how the change will impact his life. Then they toss him on a plane that very same night to Hollywood/LA, where he's never been, with the talent scout. That they've just met. Neither parent goes with him, not even for the first few days.