You Belong With Me by Jeff Erno

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If you’re seeking a sweet young adult novel that’s rich with optimism, and you share my soft spot for nerd/jock romances, this may well be one for your to-read list.
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High school junior Wesley Harris is a stereotypical shy, soft-spoken nerd. He is obsessed with crafts and art and doesn’t even need to come out of the closet to become the target of antigay bullying. Though he has the support of close friends and liberal-minded mother, he finds it hard to believe in himself.

Brad Johnson, Wesley’s new neighbor, is Wesley’s age—and his complete opposite. A popular jock and hero of the school’s baseball team, Brad has an outgoing personality and a reputation as a ladies’ man. When he and Wesley are alone, away from their classmates’ scrutiny, they become friends despite their differences. But when Wesley confesses to wanting more than friendship, Brad walks away, unwilling to risk their romance being exposed.

Though devastated, Wesley resigns himself to accept that they were never meant to be. The next time he runs afoul of bullies, school counseling empowers him to report them. Encouraged by his new confidence, he decides to attend the school dance and face Brad….
 

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Published February 14, 2013 by Harmony Ink Press. 164 pages
Genres: Romance, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books, Gay & Lesbian. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jamie Deacon on Apr 21 2013

If you’re seeking a sweet young adult novel that’s rich with optimism, and you share my soft spot for nerd/jock romances, this may well be one for your to-read list.

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