Title : Go Your Own Way
Author: Zane Riley
Publication Date and Length: 5-5-2015 326 pages
Will Osborne couldn’t wait to put the roller coaster ride of his public education behind him. Having suffered bullying and harassment since grade school, he planned a senior year that would be simple and quiet before going away to college and starting fresh. But when a reform school transfer student struts into his first class, Will realizes that the thrill ride has only just begun.
Lennox McAvoy is an avalanche. He’s crude, flirtatious, and the most insufferable, beautiful person Will’s ever met. From his ankle monitor to his dull smile, Lennox appears irredeemable. But when Will’s father falls seriously ill, Will discovers that there is more to Lennox than meets the eye.
Zane Riley’s first book contains beguiling characters, complex relationships and a healthy dose of teen angst. It is one of the best young/new adult books I’ve read in quite a while.
Lennox is that mythical fantasy creature – the tortured bad boy with a heart of gold. He is a perfect match for the preppy Will. Both boys are beautiful and clever. Their banter is witty and their chemistry is hot.
I love the complexity of Go Your Own Way. Zane Riley manages to weave several subplots across each other with the dexterity of a much more experienced writer. Lennox and Will struggle with much more than attraction. The boys learn an awful lot about family, loss and love. ~Sarah
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