Lock & West

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Note To Self: Just Don’t Be Weird

Lock is awkward. He can’t make eye contact, counts when he’s nervous and has to remind himself several times a day how ‘normal’ teens behave. Homeschooled most of his life, he’s resigned himself to a friendless existence at his new Atlanta high school.

Until he meets West.

List Of Reasons Why My Life Is A Mess: How Much Time Do You Have?

West has everything. Looks. Talent. Money. And secrets… so many secrets. Beneath the surface of West’s perfect existence is a pain he’s buried so deep a million therapists couldn’t unearth it and he’s determined to keep it that way. He’s an actor. He can act normal.

But then there’s Lock.

Sometimes Two Wrongs Can Be Right

They don’t fit. Their lives are equal but opposite disasters and the universe just keeps throwing obstacles in their path. Every time they are together they find it harder to say goodbye, harder to keep their secrets, harder not to lean on each other. But for this relationship to have a fighting chance, the two must stop trying to re-write the past and start figuring out how to build a future… together.

Warning: This book deals with content which some readers may find disturbing such as eating disorders, past sexual abuse and post traumatic stress disorder.

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  • Leaf of Absence

    Just when I tell myself I’m never going to read another book about teenagers ever again, I find just the right emo high school tale that sucks me right in. These kids have troubles, but they’re al...

  • Anyta Sunday

    That got angsty. Still, very good YA read. Easy flow, good voice. LOVED the lists and notes opening the chapters. Funny AND emotional. That got angsty. Still, very good YA read. Easy flow, good voi...

  • Lisa The Novel Approach

    4.5 StarsIt’s obvious Alexander C. Eberhart did not set out to write a fluffy teen romance when he penned Lock & West. He absolutely succeeded in not doing that. The characters who’ve lent their n...

  • Daniel

    Fiv☆ing excellent. Likable and believable characters deal with some dark shit, but without becoming depressing. I'm not going to try write a coherent or reasoned review. This is much more like The A...

  • Coty

    i'm sick of gay suffering and how inescapable it is, how people seem to believe we're unable to exist without out, how it's the only defining thing of our existence. i'm sick of how we're tortured eve...

  • Vinz

    This book is nothing but perfect. Fell in love with the characters from the very first two chapters until the end.This book is so much more than just a gay love story. It'll definitely make you laugh ...

  • Elizabeth

    *Trigger Warnings - This book and review contain sensitive topics. Mentions of eating disorders, sexual assault, and suicide are included. Please read at your own discretion. I'm a sucker for emotion...

  • Christin

    I rarely if ever write book reviews but for this one I just had to because it is really exceptional and close to home for me. There are a lot of heavy subjects in this book, but it never seems forced,...

  • Bookreader87(Amanda)

    Lachlan & Westley 3.25 stars This book has been sitting on my kindle for a long time. Finally, got to it. The story was not so much about a relationship but more about the boys themselves and the twis...

  • Pablito

    First of all, don't let the length of this novel deter you. This is the shortest 500+ page read you'll cruise through.The drama ---and there's loads of it--- in Lock's life AND in West's, is enough to...