Stash Drew


Love with Honor
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 53,370. Language: English. Published: January 7, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Gay, Fiction » Romance » General
Terris Brodie always thought that the end of high school would mean the end of life's social dramas, but when he comes out only a few days after graduation, he finds out how wrong that assumption was. Suddenly it feels like everyone hates him. That same day, Terris' older brother, John, comes home from Iraq, scarred and partially blind, and everything changes.

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army    college    coming out    disability    gay    honor    love    military    new adult    ptsd    veteran    war   

Smashwords book reviews by Stash Drew

  • Inklings on May 02, 2011

    I found this little collection of flash fiction to be an enjoyable read. Each of the stories is short and quick, creative and enjoyable. With several of the stories I found myself wanting to know what would happen next. If you want something quick and enjoyable, I recommend this little ebook. Aparna Warrier does a great job with it, and I'm very happy that she approached me with it.
  • The Tribe on June 15, 2011

    Overall, this book is an enjoyable read, and I'm glad Griffin requested I review it. I am a total pet lover, and I would definitely follow Susan's example if I were faced with the same situation she is - once I was done having a mini freak-out moment. I wouldn't be able to resist helping the cats, even though those in the book were managing all right without human help. I have often wondered what animals would say if they had the means to talk to us in a verbal way, and this story makes me wonder that even more. Getting the story from both the perspective of the cats and the humans was one aspect of it that kept me reading. It was frustrating in some points to see how the cats just didn't understand that what the "two-legs" were doing was going to help them, but that is so realistic. I can't tell you how many times I wished my dog would understand my actions. I have no complaints about the story at all. I enjoyed every moment of it. It was definitely worth the read!