Maggie Blackbird

Romancing Canada's Indigenous People

WHEN WE WERE YOUNG

TWOPRINCES2

BOOK ONE:  TWO PRINCES

To win over the chief’s haughty son, a drug-dealing punk from a dysfunctional family must risk the only two things he has:  his reputation and freedom.

Blurb:  Billy Redsky, a rebellious punk who loves art and nature, is saddled with a welfare-leeching, alcoholic mother and criminal older brother who are the joke of their Ojibway community.  Sick and tired of being perceived as a loser, Billy deals drugs for his older brother to earn quick money.  He hopes if he buys a dirt bike, he’ll finally impress the chief’s popular and aloof son, René Oshawee.

When the two are forced to serve detention together, a friendship begins to bloom, but much to Billy’s frustration, René keeps putting him on ice.  To make his biggest dream come true if he finally wants to call René his own, Billy must make a huge decision that could cost him everything.

Genre(s):  Multicultural, m/m contemporary romance, LGBT, young adult.
Heat Rating: Level 2
Publication Date:  June 12, 2020
Publisher:  Devine Destinies

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FIVE-STAR REVIEWS

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“This was a beautifully written story.” –Goodreads Reviewer (Read more here)
“This is undeniably one of the best young adult novels I have read.” –Crucify My Love Gay Book Reviews (Read more here)
“The author brings a realistic romance with two people who are opposites.” –Goodreads Reviewer (Read more here)
“They were like a tempest and a teapot.” –BookBub Reviewer (Read more here)
“A thoroughly enjoyable read that is not only thought-provoking, making you think about life in other people’s shoes but also leaves you smiling and hopeful.” –Goodreads Reviewer (Read more here)
“Aside from being a wonderful coming of age story, I always enjoy learning about the author’s culture and history.” –BookBub Reviewer (Read more here)
“This was actually a really good, hauntingly beautiful story.” Goodreads Reviewer (Read more here)