After being betrayed by someone he thought he loved, Seth leaves for college hoping to get a new start. But leaving his past behind is more complicated than he expected, and underneath his upbeat attitude, Seth struggles with opening up to people.
Then he meets Greyson.
Seth is instantly drawn to Greyson and his sweet and charming personality. But even though he feels a strong connection with Greyson, Seth's still hesitant to open his heart to love.
With the help of his best friend Callie, Seth realizes he needs to overcome his fear of commitment. But will he be able to finally admit how he truly feels about Greyson?
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Good but short
This is a good book and one that I've anticipated for a while. I've read the Callie and Kayden series and enjoyed them and was curious how Jessica was going to do writing this book. As a gay teen myself it's always interesting to read gay romance written by a straight person. Seth is somewhat of a typical "gay best friend" which is usually what straight women depict but that's ok. The book isn't really all that romantic when you really think about it. The book more focuses on Seth's coming out than his relationship with Greyson. In any case the book was good but way too short.
The book was awesome, it's a good book. And it's give a great life lesson