Five Star Review by MM
Good Book Reviews:
"The short of it is that I cannot wait for book two! There is a lot of space for these guys to develop more, both as young men and as a possible
romantic couple. I read the sneak peek and – Sweet Jesus – I want to read it now!!! This is a heartbreakingly familiar world where similar stories to that of Curt’s is all too common, but I loved the way in which the story has been told."
Five Star Review by Inked Rainbow Reads:
"This is a short story that is too close to being a reality for so many in this situation. Susan Laine held nothing
back in this story when it came to the emotions of feeling so utterly alone, useless, and pretty much numb inside. This is a story about Curt feeling all these emotions and so much more that he felt as if he nothing left to live for. --I think that it is very
commendable of Susan Laine to put this situation into a story for others to read because so many people are scared or turn a blind eye on topics of sensitive nature such as this story. And this story was done with such compassion. It is truly an amazing read."
Four Star Review by Top 2 Bottom Reviews:
"I really liked this couple. This book is in the beginning stages of their meeting and possible
relationship. It is easy to see how well they could fit together and hope they are able to do so. Curt still has MANY things to work out and even Yancy has issues of his own too, but I can see already see that this series will be an addictive one to read.
-- I’ll be reading the next installment, Yellow Streak as soon as it is out. Susan Laine fans will definitely love this book and this couple and I know they will be as anxious to read the next book in the series too! Recommended!"
Four Star Review by Divine Magazine:
"To start with, I want to say just how much I loved this story. I mean, it tackled a really difficult
topic – suicide – and did it with sensitivity and understanding that you don't often see in books. -- I also really liked how this wasn't your stereotypical Jock-Geek story. This time, the Jock is the vulnerable, unsure one and the Geek is the
hero, showing up just in time to save the day."