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Publisher's Summary

Finding a guy was easy. Keeping him might be harder than running up a tree.
Kevin McCollum is a high school junior with the usual things on his mind: getting good grades, having fun, and finding a boyfriend. The last one was eluding him until he noticed the "parkour guy". After several days of Kevin pretending to study while watching the attractive teen jump on rocks, run up trees, and do flips, Shin finally comes over to introduce himself. As they start dating, Kevin should've known it wouldn't be that easy.
Shin's parents only want their son to date Japanese boys. When cultures clash and pressures mount, Kevin has no idea how to subvert traditions and Shin's parents to keep the boy he cares about.
Kevin will need to clear some tricky obstacles to make his modern love story a reality.
©2015 Jeff Adams (P)2015 Jeff Adams
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3 out of 5 stars
By Imagine Reviews on 03-23-18

Sweet YA romance

A very YA book. I enjoyed it. The conflict here was one of culture clash rather than sexuality. Shin is of Japanese decent, Kevin is white. Shin’s parents want him to date only Japanese boys. A refreshing prejudice for a change in MM romance.

Good narration, although the narrator tended to aspirate before he spoke and this annoyed me at times.

I was looking for a short, uncomplicated listen and this delivered. No below the belt action here. Very, very YA.

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2 out of 5 stars
By A M on 05-14-18

Confused

The storyline was interesting enough. But it was hard to remember that these were high school kids, at times. The narrator was painful. I had to speed up the narration just to tolerate the book being read. Long story short, this was not a good experience.

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