Another short story by RJ Scott to review. This is the sequel to “Love Is In The Title” featuring high school students Cameron and Luke.
The author has done a brilliant job at capturing the emotions of two boys who want to be themselves, but are also afraid of the repercussions. To really understand this story, you need to read the first, because it takes place just before this one. This was a short read, but well worth it.
Cam and Luke are very similar but different. I really enjoyed how Cam, “new” to being gay – at least openly – is so confident about how everything will work out, and Luke – who has been there, done that, bought the t-shirt – is much more conservative. He wants to be with his boyfriend, but he doesn’t want to make waves about it. I felt it was very realistic for both of the boys to act the way they did given their different experiences.
I really loved this story, and I can’t wait to read more about them. The author left it open for another sequel, and I do hope this is an ongoing series. If you enjoyed the first book, do yourself a favor and get this!
You can purchase “Love Is In The Hallways” here from Amazon.