WHEN WE WERE YOUNG
Book Three: Knight Moves
An eXtasy Books Editor’s Choice Award
Although they’re torn apart, they still hold a piece of each other’s heart.
Blurb: After receiving his grade twelve diploma and marking his eighteenth birthday, René Oshawee cannot fight the temptation seventeen-year-old high school junior Billy Redsky blatantly offers now that what they share has become taboo.
When their secret romance is blown into the open, Billy’s foster parents send René to Toronto to complete the last of his schooling under the supervision of a family friend, leaving Billy behind at their Ojibway community.
Now Billy and René must make the biggest decision of their lives—fight for the true love they know they’ll never find with anyone else or go their separate ways.
Genre(s): Multicultural, m/m contemporary romance, LGBT, young adult, new adult.
Heat Rating: Level 2
Publication Date: April 16, 2021
Publisher: eXtasy Books
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“A fantastic Young Adult, coming of age series, that ticks all the boxes to make it a great read.” –MM Fiction Cafe (read more here)
“The author brings strong characters and weaves a realistic story filled with tons of emotions.” –BookBub Reviewer (read more here)
“Grab your copy of this multi-faceted story and follow the family dynamics and personal development of the characters you will learn to care about along the way.” –Amazon Reviewer (read more here)
“I’ve really enjoyed Billy and Rene’s stories as they’ve grown and mature along the way.” –Goodreads Reviewer (read more here)
“If you don’t read Knight Moves, you’ll regret it. This is really the best YA novel I have read.” –Crucify My Love Gay Book Reviews (Read more here)
“This is my ninth book from this author, and my absolute favorite.” –BookBub Reviewer (Read more here)
“I loved the first two books with Rene and Billy, but this is my absolute favorite.” –BookBub Reviewer (Read more here)
“Man, this one was painful to read. Painful because I love René and Billy so much and seeing them be separated, forced to accept the decisions of others over their own life and relationship made me so damn mad on their behalf at times.” –Goodreads Reviewer (Read more here)