Black Sheep by Kia Zi Shiru
Loving in the Present ( Trilogy #2)

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It would be wrong of me to say that reading this novella was an entirely enjoyable experience...if you’re seeking some light relief, I would perhaps avoid the series altogether.
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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


Vic has taken a turn for the worse and is back in the psychiatric hospital. Jack gets kicked out of his house when his parents find out that he is gay. The reason Adam is not getting better is revealed. And that is just the beginning.

Everybody is lost and trying to not let life spiral out of control. Jack moves in with Vic's family, making it his temporary home until he can move in with his brother and sister. Vic's health doesn't improve until he hears about Adam, at which point he puts his mind to getting better. Adam on the other hand is fighting his own feelings about Vic's illness and questions their friendship.

When Vic and Jack visit Adam and Tom for Tom's birthday, it seems like a great way to let loose, but Vic is hiding more secrets than anyone knew and when they are exposed the situation explodes. Vic storms off in anger and seeks solace in dangerous places and, unknowingly, putting not just himself, but Jack, too, at risk.


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

Black Sheep: Loving in the Present is the second novella in the Black Sheep Trilogy. The third and last book of the trilogy, Black Sheep: Fighting for a Future, concludes Vic's struggle to find happiness.
 

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 February 9, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 92 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jamie Deacon on Apr 02 2013

It would be wrong of me to say that reading this novella was an entirely enjoyable experience...if you’re seeking some light relief, I would perhaps avoid the series altogether.

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