With or Without You (Go Your Own Way, #2) by Zane Riley
Will they be able to put their relationship back together after so many The date he had bought Zane for had gone exactly as Riley had After they ate, Riley put on a horror movie in the living room that ended with Zane. Rikki Chadwick and Zane Bennett's relationship is one of the relationships in the At the end of the episode, before the girls find out that they lost their powers. Zane-Riley Relationship General Information Nickname Ziley Intimacy Level After the session ends, Zane says goodbye to Riley, and Riley wishes him luck on.
Holly J and Fiona started out as rivals, but eventually became friends. Through their continuously growing friendship, they became like sisters. After a shocking and unexpected kiss, things went from family to foe. Johnny was older and felt the need to keep their relationship a secret. Alli acted reckless in hopes Johnny would come around. She sent him naked photos, and slept with him thinking it was his first time.
Alli later found out Johnny had lied to her about being a virgin. They managed to maintain a brief friendship, which ended after Johnny ratted her out to Sav for trying to run away to Vancouver. They decided to call it quits but remained friendly. During a visit home over Thanksgiving, Bianca called off the engagement and said goodbye for good. Both kept their feelings for each other a secret up until the Winter Frostival when Fiona finally confessed.
In return, Imogen told her she felt the same way. After winter break, Imogen seemed distant from the relationship.
She later revealed that she needed time before she was ready to share her feelings for a female with the rest of the world. They took things slow and Imogen eventually found comfort in sharing her love for Fiona with the rest of their peers.
In the end K. Lennox is a black, gay high school senior who has been quite literally abandoned by his family in rural Leon, Virginia. Lennox is a musical wunderkind, trained in music performance and composition by his musician mother, who t This is a book about two out gay teens in a small Virginia town.
Lennox is a musical wunderkind, trained in music performance and composition by his musician mother, who took her own life when he was young. His father never recovered from that loss and drank himself to death, leaving Lennox and his younger, disabled sister, Lucy, in the care of their grandparents.
When Lennox came out, his grandfather was very angry. Lennox was attacked by homophobes in his school, and he struck back hard; he was arrested and incarcerated in a juvenile facility where he was molested by older boys.
He's now on a monitored release program, with a leg monitor.
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His grandfather wants nothing to do with Lennox and arranged to leave him to serve out the rest of his time in Leon. Lennox lives in a ramshackle hotel that is more dangerous for having several other residents who are violent homophobes. Lennox has little regard for himself and is a brash kid, generally lashing out verbally at anyone who might attempt to get close. Will is a well-liked out gay white boy who is a good student and star athlete. He's never had a boyfriend, but Lennox has come to town and they are negotiating a relationship together.
They are cool with Will being gay, but Ben has problems with his son dating a black thug criminal, which is how he sees Lennox.
Karen is a nurse, and Ben is rehabilitating from a heart attack. Despite Will's desire to have Lennox move in, Lennox won't--he can't bear Ben's scrutiny. That said, the homophobes attack, and Lennox has no choice but to accept Will's help and Karen's care.
Will is a bright kid with a bright future, and he wants to share that vision with Lennox.
Despite Lennox's penchant for self-loathing and self-sabotage, Will sees the best within him and encourages him gently, but steadily, to apply to music school.
Lennox is terrified to fall for Will and be abandoned again, but realistic about his inability to pay for any school, let alone music school.
His grandfather's paltry allowance barely kept him fed; it surely won't cover tuition. I think this book has some great moments of hubris and deep love. Ben recognizes his callous treatment of Lennox hurts his relationship with both Will and Karen.
He tries to see the good in the foul-mouthed boy who makes no bones about all the sex he's having with his son I surely wouldn't want any partner of my children being so crass, and I get that it was a defense mechanism for Lennox--who learned to wear his sexuality as a protective suit--but it was too much for me.
The constant baiting wore me out, especially as Lennox was quite literally co-habitating with Will in the basement.
I found a lot of respect for Ben in growing past that to discover the tender side of Lennox. Lennox could learn a lot from the phrase: Gratitude is an Attitude There is no question that Will is gone for Lennox, and Lennox is slowly but surely able to reciprocate this affection. He has many challenges to overcome, and emotional intimacy is one of them.