A short note on the Out of the Blue series…

First off I’d like to thank everyone who has read Blueprint and reached out to me to let me know that Jet’s story lived up to their expectations. I can’t tell you how much of a huge relief it is to know I did Jet’s story justice. I can’t thank you enough. I am truly humbled. ❤

Secondly and sadly, to answer all of you who have either asked me on Facebook or sent me an email or PM – Yes, Blueprint marks the end of the series. *cue tears* Cam and Jake’s story, Out of the Blue was supposed to be a standalone. But then Kris needed a story, and Brandon and Mason needed theirs, and I knew no matter what happened, I had to give Jet his happy. I wouldn’t have been able to live with myself if I hadn’t seen Jet grow and love and be loved in return with someone worthy of him.

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In saying that, there is a chance that Andy (Jet’s fellow bartender) and Ian (the ferry captain) may get their story, but if that happens it will be a spin-off and a standalone and the other characters won’t appear.

These four couples have all fought hard for their HEA and if I write another within the series, I fear one of the couples won’t remain together. I would hate for that to happen and I’m sure all you would as well. These boys deserve better than that and they should be left in peace to live happily and content with their husbands (or soon to be husbands).

Thank you!

RJ

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2 thoughts on “A short note on the Out of the Blue series…

  1. Ann Mercer

    Thank you so much for a fabulous series, I thoroughly enjoyed each book. As much as I’d enjoy both Andy and Ian’s stories, the one I really would love to see again is Charlize. After her conversation with Brandon during their suit fitting, I thought she really needed to have her story told, and her own HEA. What are her chances? 🙂

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    1. rjjonesauthor Post author

      Hi Anne,
      Thanks for asking and I’m so pleased you enjoyed my stories. I’ve never thought about giving Charize her own story. I can’t promise I will write it, but you’ve certainly given me something to think about. Thanks again,
      RJ ❤

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