Escaped (Little Boy Lost #5)
With the strength of Brian and his friends to protect him, Jamie hides and finds the one person he is truly afraid of—himself....more
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Book 5, and so far the best of the series...
Again from Jamie’s POV as he struggles to escape his violently abusive manager/pimp/”boyfriend” and forge a relationship with his soul-mate Brian. Jamie’s struggles with trying to come clean from his addictions (and the terrible effects of withdrawal), all the while battling his damaged and fragile self-esteem, were painful, distressing, frustrating, and heartbreaking. I found that through most of this book I was holding my breath just hoping...more
The story begins directly after the previous book. Jamie has been gravely injured by his lover Steven and been forced to take an alarming amount of cocaine. He's rescued by Brian, Mike, Alex and...more
I've probably said it with all my reviews of this series how amazing I think it is, so powerful, how real Brian and Jamie "feel", how much you want them to succeed, to make it, and for them both to know how wonderful and deserving they really are of happiness and success. It breaks my heart throughout this series how each of them have such moments of uncertainty of themselves, their relationships and their place in this world...more
If you want to meet Micah/Mike, don't miss this incredible interview, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CR2wfz.... I just finished watching it and it's an experience not to be missed, like the "Little...more
Finished this just after midnight and again it was just one more chapter, just one more chapter. I just could not put it down.
Brian and Jamie try to recover after Steven's assault on Jamie but his addiction gets the better of him and exposes both to even greater violence. Will Brian be able to regain his trust in Jamie? These two are so dedicated to each other yet both have difficulty dealing with each other's issues around many things an...more
This continues to be a dark journey for Jamie as he fights to get well and struggles with his internal demons.
"I pushed away the thought that he would be better off finding someone whole, because he didn't want someone whole - he wanted me."
Once again, lots of emotional moments...more
The books is another without a HEA or even HFN ending. Book 6 is the conclusion to the series and with luck, we get the happy ever after for Jamie and Brian.
Time for the boys to grow up, I just hope that Jamie can find his way. Be the man he needs to be for himself and a man worth of Brian's love.
And for Brian to find the strength in his heart to love Jamie again.
Let's just wait and see :)
What these 2 poor souls have had to endure and all because they fell in love, it teArs at your soul. Can't wait for finale and I sincerely hope it's a happy ever after or I will be inconsolable!
Powerful, as always. Not to mention, nail-biting and nerve-wracking. In other words, I loved it, and am looking forward to reading more. There just has to be a happy ending for these two at some point, right? ;-)
"2nd Edition" "Little Boy Lost: Book Five" Finally together, Brian McAllister and Jamie Mayfield have risked everything in a desperate escape. Jamie is now free of his tormentor, Steven O'Dell... for the moment. But Brian and Jamie know that one wrong choice could lead Steven to their door. With the strength of Brian and his friends to protect him, Jamie hides and finds the one person he is truly afraid of-himself. The long, lonely hours in the place Leo found for them to stay leave Jamie with n...more
Book 5 is another tough one and made me very emotional. The situation Jamie is in with all the fears, self hate and sense of guilt is heartbreaking.
I've fallen in love with Brian and Jamie and I'm hoping for a happy ending for both of them... together or separate.
I highly recommend this book series. It's a wonderful read. And it has a story to tell that makes you a better...more
I've been putting off reading these last 2 books..*sigh* These guys have taken me on one amazingly heartbreaking roller coaster ride & I'm not ready to get off of it yet. I want them to finally be happy but I will miss them terribly.
Anyway this book, just when we think they are finally moving in the right direction something or someone throws everything off course and we have to watch them fight their way back on track.
The path these boys go on had me raising my right eyebrow, curious as to how someone goes from small town boy to... well you'll see. 8-)