L.I.F.E. Too

L.I.F.E. Too

by Felyx Lawson
L.I.F.E. Too

L.I.F.E. Too

by Felyx Lawson

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Overview

Rider Williams is a typical high school student. He has classes, plays guitar, and dreams of being a journalist. He’s out at school, even if it wasn’t his choice, and he’s secretly dating a boy from the basketball team. Okay, so he’s not your typical high school student.

While Rider might be out, his relationship with Cameron Walker is not. Cam loves their time together. What he feels for Rider is something he’s never felt before, but despite being head over heels for each other, both struggle to say how they truly feel.

Maybe the class trip to New York City will be the push they need to grow even closer? Or maybe not. Turns out Rider and Cam have to share their room with Octavius Spencer and Michael Myers—two of Rider’s biggest enemies. Relationships are difficult in high school, and even more so when they’re half in the closet.

Can Rider and Cam survive their senior year?

There’s still plenty of the school year left, but Rider knows L.I.F.E. is just getting started.


Product Details

BN ID: 2940165903472
Publisher: Deep Hearts YA
Publication date: 08/26/2022
Series: L.I.F.E. , #2
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: eBook
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Felyx Lawson is a writer from the mysterious land of North East England who writes LGBTQ+ slice of life stories. He lives with his partner and they are saving for their own house. He knew he was gay from a young age but only fully accepted and embraced it in his mid-twenties.

He’s an avid gamer and will fight anyone to prove the SNES is the best console. If he isn’t writing, he can normally be found playing on his PS5. His favourite place to visit was Japan, not only for all the awesome manga, anime, and collectables, but also for the peaceful atmosphere even in one of the busiest cities in the world.

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