• Last of the Summer Tomatoes

  • By: Sherrie Henry
  • Narrated by: Paul Morey
  • Length: 7 hrs and 15 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 09-24-14
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harmony Ink Press
  • 4.1 (17 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Kyle Jackowski, typical sullen emo teen, struggles to find a way to deal with his sexuality and finds himself in trouble with the law...again. But instead of being sent to a juvenile detention center like he expected, he is given a chance to commute his sentence by working on a farm for the summer.
Enter Sam, son of the farm owners, who shows Kyle what he feels is perfectly normal and that he doesn't have to hide from his feelings. In turn, Sam's parents show Kyle that his abusive stepfather and battered mother are not the norm. With their love and support, Kyle finds his place in the world - by Sam's side.
©2013 Sherrie Henry (P)2014 Harmony Ink Press
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By Orlando on 01-20-15

An innocent love story at it's best.

Ever so often, I accidentally, or not, choose a book intended for the teen LGBT market. This is one. A lovely innocent love story at it's very best. If you're looking for a hot M2M romance, keep on looking. If you want to believe in love, spend the credit.

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By Amy Reads on 03-08-17

Okay story, poor choice of narrator

The storyline was enjoyable, if a bit predictable. But Paul Morey as the narrator was not the right choice. He is not a bad narrator in general, but this is a coming of age story and he sounded way too old to be voicing these characters.

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