If This Is Wrong – Review

Its a pleasure to see my good friend K. L. Platt published, especially since I got to see her take the journey and finally get the yes she wanted. Well done.

FFblogtourbadgeIf This Is Wrong:

As children, Thomas and Caleb formed an unlikely friendship, which has continued through tragedies and celebrations and into manhood. They have grown together over the years, but now their relationship is changing into something more. Can their bond survive the challenges that life will bring them? Is it wrong to risk everything for the chance of something more?

Excerpt:

“Why would you say that? I’m here ‘cause you’re my friend. It’s not like you did it on purpose.” Thomas couldn’t look at his friend. What would he think if he knew he had kind of done it on purpose? All he had wanted to do was get muddy so he could change his stupid clothes; now he had spoiled everything.

“Tommy?” Caleb enquired.

“I’m sorry, it’s all my fault; I just didn’t want you to see me like this.” He winced, pulling If_this_is_wrongon his now dusty clothes.

Caleb didn’t understand what Thomas was saying. See him like what? “Tommy?”

“Look at me, Caleb, I’m dressed like I’m going to church, not a picnic. I want to be in jean shorts, like you, and baseball shirts,” he whispered, so his father couldn’t hear him. “I don’t want this stupid Brylcreem in my hair…I want it messy.” Thomas slammed his good hand onto the car seat, sending a shockwave through his injured one.

“Tommy, I don’t care what you wear. I’m not your friend for your dress sense; I’m your friend because you’re funny and smart.” Caleb looked towards Benjamin and he swore he saw his mouth turn up at the corner.

Two hours later, they arrived at the park, with Thomas sporting a very smart blue cast on his arm. His father hadn’t argued when he was asked whether he wanted a plain one or a coloured one. Polly fussed over her son, saying she wished they had indeed used a plain one. Benjamin winked at his son and they laughed.

Review:

If This Is Wrong is a romantic story between two boys who start out as childhood friends. Its always good to read these types of stories, because you already like the characters and want them to become the lovers they are destined to be. In true fashion though, one of the pair is always as reluctant as the other to accept they love. There is always one who takes that little bit longer than the other.

I won’t give away anything, but this is worth a read for all romance lovers. Friendship is taken to a new level, showing the reader how love can blossom from anything.

Author Biography:

K. L. Platt lives with her family in the Devonshire countryside in the UK. She is a nanny, but her dream is to be a full time author. She can’t remember a time when she didn’t have a pencil, pen, or book in her hand. It was, however, the likes of J K Rowling and Stephenie Meyer that gave her 0the fire to drive herself to where she is today.

Always encouraged to follow her dream as a child by her own parents and grandparents, her grandma told her, “If you believe you can do it, then you can.” Her uncle was also a writer but sadly never got to have any of his stories published.

Links To Author:

Webpage – http://ow.ly/oXOC8

Facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/pages/K-L-Platt/144866772345643?ref=hl

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