First Kiss

Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
Noah has a fierce crush on a hot jock on the high school football team whose locker is fifteen down from Noah's in the hall. When Melissa Bradshaw, only the most popular girl in school, suddenly shows an interest in Noah, he suspects he's being set up for a cruel joke. More
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Price: Free! USD

Words: 2,590
Language: English
ISBN: 9781611521719
About J. Tomas

J. Tomas is a pseudonym, I'll admit it up front, under which I publish gay YA fiction. I write gay erotic romance as J.M. Snyder and publish non-gay fiction, nonfiction, and poetry as J.T. Marie. You can email me at jtomas@j-tomas.net.

So who am I? A writer, a reader, a poet. A video game nerd ~ I heart Final Fantasy, Tomb Raider, and Legend of Zelda. A cat owner. A movie goer, music lover, boyband groupie. A queer author who remembers all too well the pains of high school, first love, and how it felt to ride the school bus when all the "cool" kids had their own car. Who knows what it's like to be different in a school of clones, to feel different, look different, act different.

Who wants to put those feelings down on paper so others know they aren't alone.

More specifically, I live in Virginia with two very spoiled cats. I have a day job that's not too bad, and I've always wanted to be a writer, so I write.

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Reviews

Review by: Ruby Jewlz on Jan. 01, 2013 :
Sweet little story which captures teenage angst well.
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Review by: Marcia Carrington on Feb. 26, 2012 :
A well-written, lively story where the narrative events build well, and which has sympathetic characters.
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Review by: Katrina Miller on Sep. 20, 2011 :
Wonderful story! I enjoyed reading it! The two characters remind me of myself when I was in high school.
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Review by: Margarete Schulz on Sep. 04, 2011 :
High school romances are so cute and conflicted, aren't they? Plenty of angst, and a happy ending for the protagonist.
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