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Being the real you is nerve-wreaking.

Jacob is in love with Andrew, an adorable boy with an infectious smile whom he has hardly ever spoken with until now. A rigorous case of jitters quakes in his bones as he passes a love note to express his desire. How will it be received? What will his other friends think about his encroaching secret now that he is ready to exit the clos
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Paperback, 250 pages
Published July 30th 2020 by D.K. Daniels
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Jean Malherbe
Aug 09, 2020 rated it did not like it
I've been following the progress of this release for so, so long.
I absolutely love Young Adult romance, and was really excited when the book finally went live.
Due to the steep price of this title, I (fortunately) chose to download a sample first.

First and foremost, this author desperately needs a proofreader.
When I see grammatical errors/typos or incorrectly used words IN THE FIRST LINE OF THE BLURB, I don't hold out much hope for the rest of the book.
This book, of which I read only about a
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Larry
Aug 24, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Better than its review

I saw the other review before I bought this book and so I was not sure what to do. I have to agree that D.K. has a tendency to use superfluous words at times, and they can be distracting, but I have read several of his books and stories and have learned from experience, that he writes a good story. This book is a great story about first love. The story lives up to the title, lots of jitters. The protagonist in the story just can’t get things right for a while. When he final
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Thomas Rivera
Aug 10, 2020 rated it really liked it
This is a wonderful story about friends falling out, finding new friends, and a boy falling in love with another boy. I was wondering where the author was going to go with this one, as I thought midway through the book took a dark turn down an alley. Yet going on in the background of all this is a wonderful message about overcoming a toxic friendship to make new friends which are better. Sometimes I found it agitating how the protagonist didn't get how the boy Andrew liked him, but when Jacob co ...more
Liam
Aug 24, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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Damon
Aug 14, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Very good book. Great read

This book i found to be very enjoyable. The protagonist wqs very likable and from the very start, I got drawn into his world through heartache and betrayal of friends to finding new friends and meeting the love of his life. For me this story is quite relatable and I would highly recommend It. I bought the ebook but will definitely be adding the paperback version to my collection.
Damon
Aug 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This book i found to be very enjoyable. The protagonist wqs very likable and from the very start, I got drawn into his world through hearache and betrayal of friends to finding new friends and meeting the love of his life. For me this story is quite relatable and I would highly recommend It. I bought the ebook but will definitely be adding the paperback version to my collection.
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D.K. Daniels writes contemporary/realistic fiction with both teen and college-aged characters aimed at an LGBTQ+ audience. His novels often stem from an isolated high-school career and rational outlook on life. For the most part, the stories he writes are about young people finding their way in a noisy world.

When D.K. is not writing, he camps and hikes in many countries across the world, and is a
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