Review: Love is in the Hallways by R.J. Scott



Title: Love is in the Hallways
Author: R.J. Scott
Publisher: Love Lane Books
Publication Date: September 3rd 2011
Series or Standalone: Love #2
Format: Ebook, 32 pages


Luke is still on cloud nine after
what happened in the park with
Cameron. He has a boyfriend and is in shock. At the same time he is completely and utterly head over heels in love.

Cameron wants to announce the
two of them as a couple at school. He is adamant that together Luke and Cam can make changes in the way being gay is perceived at school. Luke knows just what real life can be like. His heart wants to believe that Cameron is right but his head tells him differently.

When everyone starts to accuse
Luke of changing Cameron he.wonders if he can ever be happy in a relationship. Not just at school.


“Bring it on. ‘Cause like it or not, I’m bringing love into these hallways”

Love is overflowing in here. Coming out has never been easy thing to do. With those disgust and humiliation. But seeing your favorite couple conquering those shits. Walking with no trace of fear or shame but with pride instead. That character’s development was so empowering. Just ignore those narrow-minded bastards and be yourself. And also the full support of their friends Dan and Mitchell and Luke’s family was very heartwarming. And of course I haven’t forgotten those hot kisses and they were like: “We did that” “We did” and I was like: Yeah you did that (and fainted again).




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