Carried Away

Rated 4.60/5 based on 5 reviews
Mason has no friends - though it's not for lack of trying. He resigns himself to being a loner for the rest of his high school days - until popular Asher Raines stumbles into his world. Mason has a long-time crush on Asher, but he knows that boys who like other boys don't often get to have a happy ending. But could Asher Raines be a risk worth taking?
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Words: 7,120
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370134809
About Raphael Farmer

Raphael Farmer is an author based in Western Australia. He writes Young Adult, Fantasy and Romance. He has been writing since his early teenage years and has dabbled in various creative things such as film making, photography, screen writing and prose writing. He enjoys reading a variety of books (and graphic novels) with a penchant for Stephen King's work. Raphael is working on his first novel and on short stories as well.

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Review by: R December on Oct. 04, 2017 :
This was a pretty short but nice and for the most part innocent read.
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Review by: Michelle M. Reed on Sep. 12, 2017 :
Raphael Farmer is such a gifted writer. When I was reading this book I so deeply felt some of it I would take breaks from my reading to assimilate what I'd taken in and saying this is meant in only a good way.
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Review by: MiaMG on Sep. 08, 2017 :
Lovely story!! Mason is a very relatable character and you made me feel very sympathetic towards him. Well written and easy to read. I look forward to reading your novel.
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Review by: Michelle B on Aug. 31, 2017 :
Nice story, although I honestly don't see why the issue of gender orientation had to play into it. It could have been just as effective as a story of friendship without the sexual aspects.
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Review by: Holden Sheppard on Aug. 31, 2017 :
This is a really sweet gay romance perfect for a YA audience. The interactions between Mason and Asher feel very realistic and Mason is a particularly endearing protagonist. I found myself wishing I'd read something like this when I was a teenager. I strongly recommend this for fans of m/m romance.
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