Black Sheep by Kia Zi Shiru
Letting go of the Past ( Trilogy #1)

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Disclaimer: This is NOT a cute romance, this is rough, real and dark. Black Sheep Trilogy deals with topics of depression, abuse and trust. If you want a sweet romance I suggest you look elsewhere.


When Vic comes out of the psychiatric hospital his mother has moved the whole family away from his home town, where his last relationship almost ended in tragedy. Vic, glad at being able to start anew, decides to only focus on school work, no dating, no boyfriends, no drama. His plan is go get through these last two years and move onto university.
 
That plan is sabotaged when his new best friend, Jack, kisses him on New Year's Eve, something Vic has been longing for and dreading in equal measure. Because he's scared sweet and innocent Jack won't be able to handle him, or his past. It scares him more than anything now that his past has come to haunt him, metaphorically and literally.
 
Vic tries to hide the depression and panic as long as possible, from Jack, from his family and from himself. But horrors have a way of catching up with people and when Vic's past catches up with him it isn't just him that gets hurt.
Can Vic trust Jack enough to tell him what is going on? Has he finally found someone who isn't scared of him?

**Black Sheep Trilogy is a Young Adult title that deals with heavy subjects but has little cursing and no sex.**

Black Sheep: Letting go of the Past is the first novella in the Black Sheep Trilogy.
 

About Kia Zi Shiru

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Kia Zi Shiru is a Dutch girl studying English and Creative Writing in the UK. Amongst her interests she finds writing, reading, doing research and learning different languages (including but not limited to: English, Dutch, French, German, HTML, Java, PHP and Assembly). Her writing and reading habits include books with Young Adults, gay themes, strong female or minority characters and fantasy elements (more often then not all at the same time).
 
Published December 9, 2012 by 5 Times Chaos. 99 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Seattle PI

Black Sheep: Loving in the Present certainly isn't a book for the faint-hearted.

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