I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review.
This book took me on a roller coaster ride of emotions and I loved every minute of it.
I was reminded a lot of the TV show, Andi Mack, while reading this. In case you don’t know, Andi Mack was this amazing show on Disney Channel that featured the network’s first gay main character, Cyrus. I was obsessed with the show until Disney Channel canceled it (but that’s a discussion for another day). Riley’s journey and who he ended up with reminded me of Cyrus. I was very happy with who Riley ended up with at the end. It gave me similar feels to the Cyrus storyline. From the very beginning I was rooting for Riley and that person to get together but I didn’t know if it would happen. So when it did happen I was ecstatic and had a mini freak out over it.
I loved Riley’s journey in discovering his sexuality. It was so heartwarming to see him become more confident in who he is.
I also liked Riley’s friend group and how supportive they were. They also reminded a little of the friend group in Andi Mack.
Overall, this was an amazing LGBT read. If you are a fan of Andi Mack or Love, Simon (I haven’t read the book but have seen the movie), you’ll like this one.