Caught Inside: A Boys on the Brink Novel by Jamie Deacon (Book Review #94)

This review is written for Online Book Club

“I rate this book 3 out of 4 stars.”

This book was an “ Book of the Day”

Luke is ‘Caught Inside’ this confliction of sexual orientation. He is dating Zara and is on vacation with her. Zara has a cousin named Theo. The moment Luke meets Thoe, unfamiliar feelings begin to rise within his core being. Luke is falling for a guy and that scares him a lot. The feelings that he senses are unyielding, undeniable and no matter how much he tries to alleviate it to be a passing phase, it does not cure the problem.

As Theo and Luke get closer, Luke’s relationship with Zara becomes problematic. Luke does not wish to cheat on her and also does not know how welcoming the world will be once they know that he is into men.

The vulnerability of the case was written true to the purest of nature. Whether you were against or with his sexual struggle, the literary standard representing this conflict was beautifully written.

The Author fascinates you with his style of writing so much so that it was very easy to feel and to understand the exact emotions Luke felt when he realizes his true desires. The daunting nature of telling everyone about it is written so well. The chances of him losing all his friends, being mocked, left alone, abandoned, questioned or being looked at in a disgusting way were all brought into this novel tale.

Other characters in this story also partake roles alongside, for instance, Dean is Luke’s friend and does not take the news very well. However, the focus is more on Luke and his decisions.

I look forward to reading more by this Author.

Written by Jeyran Main

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