As you start reading, you will be lulled into the feeling that this will be a sweet little read, but you should know better than that, and sadly O'Malley is the one left broken hearted.
Fast forward four years, and O'Malley has arrived at the summer camp, looking forward to the next month. My favourite quote of his is included in this part: " You want to know the bad thing about having those mental ducks in a tidy row? The little feathered shits never stay what way for long", and they sure do go their own way, when O'Malley finds out that Garrison will also be at the camp.
O'Malley is none too pleased that Garrison is there, and all the resentment he has held inside is in danger of literally exploding out of him!! Garrison is really desperate to talk to O'Malley, but he is having none of it to start with. At this point, although he still loves Garrison, I am not sure that O'Malley will get over the betrayal and actually listen to what Garrison has to say for himself. Also added in the mix, is a fellow counsellor that O'Malley thinks is hot, and that feeling is mutual, but once Garrison arrives on the scene what will happen now?
I also have to say, this book gave me moments to stop and think, and realise that not everyone would accept a sports person being gay, even if this does have nothing to do with their abilities, and even bigger than this, is the thought that your own family would hate you for finally confessing you are gay. As Garrisons explains his reasons, you then begin to understand he didn't mean to be so callous toward O'Malley, but he is totally terrified of losing everything.
Will O'Malley decide to listen properly to Garrison, and understand what he is saying? Will they get to have their happy ever after, if and when Garrison does decide come out? Read and find out..... there are a few surprises along the way too.