Publish date: March 14th 2011
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 200
Edition language: English
Series: Little Boy Lost (#1)
3.5 stars*rant before review* ...I feel very, very broken over those kids who have to go through their youth/schools feeling afraid, or ashamed, or having to hide, or being bullied for who they are. This book has this constant underlying fear buzzing through it as these 2 gay boys grow up in a small...
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This was a beautifully written story that broke my heart. I fell in love with the main characters immediately - Brian in particular - and my heart ached for them as they explored their feelings for each other in a deeply religious environment. Their parting made me weep and I was left with a feeling...
A beautifully written book depicting the love 16 year old Brian feels for his 17 year old best friend Jamie, set against the backdrop of the bible-belt South. J.P. Barnaby manages to realistically portray the agony, uncertainty, diffidence as well as the joy, elation and passion of first love. She a...
What a great story and I want more!!!! Its odd to me, I'm used to the end being an HEA or HFN, but this following someone's life through multiple books is exciting. I didnt know if I would like the idea but the more I read the more I felt woven into the story. This is going to be a comfort book to b...