Ready to resign himself to a life of flipping burgers, Kieran is offered his dream internship at a political campaign. While being an out trans man in the office is stressful, it only gets worse when Kieran meets the humorless campaign strategist, Seth, who also has an extremely obvious crush on their (straight) boss.
Why this book?: I love Austin Chant’s work, and this was the last of his that I hadn’t read.
According to Goodreads, I’ve officially read the most I have since signing up for the site: 90! I was really gunning for 100 last year, but there’s always this one! It might be harder, because I’m going to finish high school and enter college (wtf!) by the end of the year.
So, here are some of the best books that I’ve read over the course of 2017. That doesn’t mean that they’ve all been published this year, just ones that I’ve read!
Cecily’s soulmate died, and her family only left her with an old, clockwork heart. Cecily tries her hardest to restore her soulmate, but struggles to bring her back. When a cowboy named Roy puts his life on the line for her, she risks never seeing her soulmate again for the chance of saving him.
Why this book?: I loved Austin Chant’s Peter Darling, and jumped on the chance to review his next work.
I would like to thank the author Austin Chant for providing a free ARC in exchange for an honest review.
A decade after he left Neverland, Peter decides to go back after having his identity stifled by his family. Upon returning, all Peter wants is to continue his war with Captain Hook. But soon enough, Peter is confused on who the real enemy is, and, even worse, on his growing affection for his mortal enemy, James Hook.
Why this book?: I had heard of Austin Chant’s work before, namely Coffee Boy. After hearing from a friend that this was a trans Peter Pan retelling, I jumped on a chance to get an ARC.
I would like to thank the people at Less Than Three Press for allowing me to have an ARC via NetGalley.