Title: Class Distinction
Author: Rick R Reed
Publisher: JMS BooksLLC
Release Date: February 25, 2017
Genre(s): Gay short story, heartbreak, misunderstanding, forgiveness
Page Count: 35 pages
Reviewed by: Natosha
Heat Level: 2 flames out of 5
Rating: 3 stars out of 5
Kyle and Jonathan were perfect for each other, the two halves that, once together, made a whole. And then one snowy night just before Parents’ Weekend on the campus of Hamilton University, Kyle drops a bomb: he’s breaking up with Jonathan.
Follow the couple through the stormy (in more ways than one) night that ensues. Why has Kyle suddenly decided to throw away something so precious and good?
The answers lie in their backgrounds, and will gradually come to light as a winter blizzard rages around the young couple.
Their tortured paths bring them to the covered bridge where their love had sprung to life on a hot summer day. But will the warmth of that memory and the heat of the love they once shared be enough to outclass the storm, and more importantly, bring them back together?
This was a farely decent read. I have to be completely honest when I say it is not one of
My favorites by Rick Reed but it was not horrible either.
Jonathan has an amazing weekend planned for him and his boyfriend Kyle. They have his dorm groom to theirselves since his roommate went home for the three day holiday weekend. But to say that Kyle has a bigger surprise for Jonathan is an understatement.
When Kyle shows up, Jonathan knows that something is definitely wrong with him. He has never seen Kyle seem so sad and distraught. The bond that he drops on Jonathan leaves him worse for wear.
This was like I said a decent read. I can understand to some point Kyle’s point of view on wantinbbto end things between him and Jonathan. But at the same time I love the advice that Jonathan’s mom gave him about the two of them needing to communicate. That is definitely safe advice.
Kyle definitely had some worries that was weighing on him and he also had some misconceptions about how Jonathan and his family would react.
I think this would have been a better book if there would have been a more in depth finish to it. I think that may where I found it lacking. But as I stated this may not have been my favorite by Rick Reed but it was so a decent read that I did find interesting. I look forward to more books by Rick Reed in the future.
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