2nd EditionLittle Boy Lost: Book OneLittle Boy Lost is the story of Brian McAllister, the boy next door. Brian goes to school, does his homework, and helps his foster parents around the house. Brian also has a secret: he is in love with his best friend, Jamie. But in Crayford, Alabama, being in... show more
2nd EditionLittle Boy Lost: Book OneLittle Boy Lost is the story of Brian McAllister, the boy next door. Brian goes to school, does his homework, and helps his foster parents around the house. Brian also has a secret: he is in love with his best friend, Jamie. But in Crayford, Alabama, being in love with another boy is the worst kind of sin. Brian and Jamie will discover just how deep their emotional bond runs, and at what cost. What will they do if their secret is discovered? From fumbling through their first sexual experiences to hiding all aspects of their relationship from everyone in their lives, Brian and Jamie battle for the one thing that is truly theirs—love. First Edition published by Dreamspinner Press, March 2011
Publish date: June 24th 2013
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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Reviewed by: DonGenre: M/M Coming of AgeRated: 3 hearts Check out the review on http://heartsonfirereviews.com/
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...