Into This World We're Thrown

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Writers Club Press, 2002 - Fiction - 309 pages
28 Reviews
“While Desert Sons deftly handles the difficult and sometimes dangerous coming out process of young lovers Ryan and Scott, the sequel finds that lingering tensions remain, while new challenges continue to surface. Infidelity, jealousy, town gossip, and buried feelings threaten to destroy their relationship. Worse yet, the threat of violence looms constantly in their lives. Fans of Desert Sons will surely cherish this conclusion to its story lines.”—Duane Simolke, author of The Acorn Stories

New challenges face the boys when they come out to family and friends in Into This World We’re Thrown. As their relationship becomes public, Scott and Ryan deal with heartache and jealousy.

Scott and Ryan’s relationship is challenged further when Ryan’s grandmother dies. This sends Ryan into a downward spiral, causing him to re-evaluate his decisions, including his life with Scott. While Scott is dealing with the possible destruction of his first relationship, he learns about a secret admirer at school who will stop at nothing to make Scott his.

Will this secret admirer ruin Scott and Ryan’s relationship? Will Ryan pull himself from the depths of his emotional turmoil? Can the boys uncover and express their love for one another before it’s too late?

All of this is revealed, explored and concluded in Into This World We’re Thrown.

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Review: Into This World We're Thrown (Desert Sons #2)

User Review  - Raisa - Goodreads

4 solid stars! This second book was so confusing, we get to read more About Scott and Ryan, both are already steady as boufriends, Ryan is no longer depressive or sad, both boys are happy witb each ... Read full review

Review: Into This World We're Thrown (Desert Sons #2)

User Review  - Chris - Goodreads

Great book to read Read full review

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