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Love Is In The Hallways (2011)

by R.J. Scott(Favorite Author)
3.82 of 5 Votes: 2
Love Lane Books
review 1: I say it again, I love Cameron. He's such a great boyfriend. And poor Luke. I admire his bravery, and I'm sorry he went through that stuff. Ugh! That said, this short story was captivating and heart-warming. There was no chance whatsoever of me putting it down once I began. I can't wait to get a hold of that third one! It promises to be just as simply amazing. Great characters, great character and plot development in that short time, and an amazing style. Love, love, LOVE it.
review 2: This second story picks up right where the first one left off. Luke can still hardly believe that he has a boyfriend and is head over heals for Cameron. They are really sweet together, and if that was all there is to it, they'd be fine.There is only one problem: Cameron wants to
... morecome right out and confront 'the world'. He is proud to be Luke's boyfriend and is not willing to hide. He believes facing any adversaries together is the right thing to do, and lets his idealism take over.Luke knows only too well how this will end. He has been living it for years, and knows the bullies have ways of getting back at them that Cameron has no idea about. Luke wants to err on the side of caution, and almost lets his fears stop him from being who he is. After all, it is not just him any longer, Cameron is in danger as well.This story shows the basic conflict in a teenager's world: be honest and stand up for who you are or be practical and survive. It is not just like that in a teenager's world, of course, but for most of us that stage of our lives is when we fight the first major battle about who we are and what we believe in, and how we come to define ourselves. Luke and Cameron, with two opposing points of view, have the chance to learn from each other, then go on together. It was a joy to watch them learn and grow, even if it was a very emotional read.If you enjoy coming of age stories, if you want to find out want it might be like to be a gay teenager trying to make his way in the world, and if you want to know what if next for Luke and Cameron, you will probably like this book as much as I did. I cannot wait for the next one!NOTE: This book was provided by the author for the purpose of a review. less
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Love these snapshots of Luke and Cam learning to love.
Very short and frustrating in its writing style
So realistic, it hurts.
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