Ozzie was raised by a single mom. While he's putting himself through school by working in the library, he's also tutoring for cash.
Xander comes from a strict LDS background and has never allowed his fantasies to filter toward the front of his mind. Not until he meets his new tutor, Ozzie.
For Mature Readers.
|File size:||173 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Living in Southern Cali and writing books for dirty boys and girls. Short and not-so-sweet that you can 'finish' up with on a warm and steamy night.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I thought this story was adorable, realistic and absolutely lovable just like the characters. Readers of all kinds should read this book, it is beyond worth it.
A fast moving easy reading book. The path to love isn't ways smooth and easy.
Sojournering on the Path Together An endearing novelette by Aria Grace, who never shies away from tough and very relevant topics. This tale, in the Accepting Love Series, is about a college youth, Xander, who comes from a strict Mormon background who falls for his handsome tutor named Osborne. Oz attends the same college as Xander. Ozzie comes thoroughly modern family with a single mother who works outside the home and loves her son unconstitutionally. Alexander comes from a "tradional" religious Latter-day Saints family. Together these young men struggle to come to terms with and accept themselves and their strong love for one another. I am reminded of the second stanza of a favorite LDS hymn Come, Come Ye Saints: "Though hard to you this journey may appear, Grace shall be as your day." Kudos to one of my favorite authors for taking on this subject matter. I look forward to more in this series. Noyana: Are you going? Sikoyu Indlela: We are on the path. (Zulu Spiritual made popular fron Disney's Lion King)
I very much enjoyed spending time with Xander and Oz. The storyline is simple but well-written. I liked the characters. What they go through is something that is realistic and true. "Escaping in Oz" is a far better short book than much of what I have read in the genre, and for free it is a bargain. I think you'll enjoy it.
Oz is tutoring Xander in a class he has already taken. They are immediately attracted to one another. Oz is not sure he wants to come out and be vocal about it. Xander is sure he cannot come out and let anyone know. Oz has been raised by his single mother. She is concerned about him not telling her what is going on. She never sees him with any friends, before Xander. Xander comes from a very strict religious household. He is trying to find his way and plan his future, but he is sure his parents want him to be a certain way. They also want him to work for his father. Very sweet and short story. I like the honesty and the way the story progresses felt right. I was a bit saddened by the rough comments toward a specific religion, as I felt that the story could be told without being rude to a certain church. Outside of this, the story is a simple love story and is pleasant enough to read.