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Light in Endless Darkness

3.59  ·  Rating details ·  17 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Kevin Reeves enrolls in a night course and meets the sexy Dominic Pierce. A mutual attraction quickly develops into a full-blown romance and after a violent confrontation with his father, Kevin moves in with the independent, blind emo. But Kevin soon discovers that far from protecting Dominic like he thought, members of the neighborhood gang think he is a monster and are t ...more
ebook, First, 193 pages
Published May 13th 2015 by Torquere Press (first published March 13th 2015)
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May 19, 2015 rated it liked it
I loved Huston Piner's first two books, "My Life as a Myth" and "Conjoined at the Soul." I was excited to see him venturing into the NA realm, and I hurried to get this book.

Mr. Piner's strength is in his characters. He's very good at keeping his narrators engaging and full of self-deprecating humor, and this novel had an engaging premise. I will admit, however, that I found Kevin a little less engaging than the protagonists from Mr. Piner's earlier works. Kevin seemed a little slow to catch on
Kirsty Bicknell
Most people who start Light in Endless Darkness will have been intrigued by the synopsis, which implies that behind Dominic’s dark and brooding exterior, lurks a enigmatic and paranormal identity. However, Huston Piner chooses to initially establish the romance between Kevin and Dominic, who are both clearly outsiders.
Kevin is our narrator; a janitor by day, a student at Chadham Community College by night and a generally melancholic soul. This is until he meets and becomes infatuated with Domini
Molly Lolly
May 20, 2015 rated it really liked it
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Four stars!
This story was all kinds of fun. Kevin is little bit of doormat when it comes to others. However he’s very sweet and Dominic takes such good care of him. Dominic is so intriguing. He’s a small emo kid, but he’s also stronger than he looks. The whole story is a little over the top, but I couldn’t put it down. The blackmail plot line wasn’t really fleshed out as well as it could have been. But I liked how Dominic took care of it. My favorite line in the who
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Nov 18, 2015 rated it liked it
As a visually impaired person myself, I have always been aware that there are a distinct lack of blind characters in fiction, unless it's the wise old grandmother or the psychic whose inner eye compensates for their sight loss. Fewer still are portrayed as being in any way sexy or desirable. You can imagine how thrilled I was, therefore, when I discovered Huston Piner had created a blind character in his latest story, and even more so that this character was the hero's love interest.

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May 17, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Clearly, a step towards a more mature story set within the parameters of a well-established genre. Hope you like it! :)
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Huston Piner always wanted to be a writer but realized from an early age that learning to read would have to take precedence. A voracious reader, he loves nothing more than a well-told story, a glass of red, and music playing in the background. His writings focus on ordinary gay teenagers and young adults struggling with their orientation in the face of cultural prejudice and the evolving influenc ...more

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