But when I'm trying to feel like I'm actually being a productive member of society while putting off whatever real work I need to do, I turn to the king of all procrastination sites: Pinterest.
While I'm wiling to concede that there are some realistic things on Pinterest, most of them are either too far out of the average person's skillset or flat-out misrepresentation. I'm pretty sure every Pinterest user out there has a good crafting fail story, and Luke in Finding Home is no different.
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Because c'mon, that candle made out of a clementine has to be as easy as it looks, right? What could possibly go wrong?
After his best friend moves to Seattle and gets married, Ian finds himself lost. His unapologetic existence doesn’t hold the same appeal, and he wonders if he’s throwing his life away. After visiting Niall in Seattle, Ian decides to stay, but that means taking his life off hold and finding a real job. Meeting Luke Keys, who is about as far from a player as possible, isn’t the plan but might be just what Ian needs. Luke and his values intrigue Ian, and he pursues Luke ruthlessly until Luke agrees to a date.
Their courtship sweeps Ian off his feet, and when the relationship gets complicated, Ian has the chance to cut and run. Habits born from years of being on his own are hard to shake, and self-proclaimed playboy Ian must decide if love is worth fighting for.