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The Boy Who Couldn't Fly Straight: A Gay Teen Coming of Age Paranormal Adventure about Witches, Murder, and Gay Teen Love (Book 1, The Broom Closet Stories) Kindle Edition
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Though I found it being promoted in a facebook MM romance group, there really isn't a huge amount of romance in this first book of what I found out will be a trilogy. The fact that Charlie comes out as gay is a big part of the storyline, but the actual romance isn't. I have a feeling that will be more important in the other books though.
This is more the story of how a young man's powers as a witch come to be. It has magical moments and moments you really, really wish he could use his powers to defeat someone totally. But then, where would the story go in the next books?
As far as the romance goes, I could feel Diego's desperation and insecurity and I totally understand. I didn't feel the same need, want and desires coming from Charlie. Yes, I know he was just coming out as gay, but I just didn't feel much passion in him, especially for a hormonal teenager. He does have a lot going on in his life though, so it's really understandable.
I can't wait for the next book. This will definitely be a re-read series for me. I'm sure of it.
It's 12:30 in the morning, I'm only half way through it and I can tell that I'm not going to be getting much sleep tonight because I can't put this down.
I don't know whether authors check these reviews on Amazon but, just in case?
Mr. Jacobson, this is a fantastically written work. I say that as someone who's spent the majority of his adult life working as a writer.
Now, I write public policy speeches and legal and political analyses these days.
Your job is much harder than mine.
Mark Twain was once asked whether it was more difficult to write fiction or non-fiction, and he said, "It's no wonder that truth is stranger than fiction. Fiction has to make sense."
Your work makes sense.