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[Ebook] ➦ Caught in the Crossfire (Crossfire, #1) ➥ Juliann Rich – Webpolitics.us

Caught in the Crossfire (Crossfire, #1) Two Boys At Bible Camp One Forbidden Love.That Is The Dilemma Sixteen Year Old Jonathan Cooper Faces When He Goes Away To Spirit Lake Bible Camp, An Oasis For Teen Believers Situated Along Minnesota S Rugged North Shore He Is Expecting A Summer Of Mosquito Bites, Bonfires With S S, And Photography Classes With Simon, His Favorite Counselor, Who Always Helps Jonathan See His Life In Perfect Focus.What He Isn T Expecting Is Ian McGuire, A New Camper Who Openly Argues Against Phrases Like Pray The Gay Away Ian Is Certain Of Many Things, Including What Could Happen Between Them If Only Jonathan Could Surrender To His Feelings Jonathan, However, Tosses In A Storm Of Indecision Between His Belief In God And His Inability To Stay Away From Ian When A Real Storm Hits And Ian Is Lost In It, Jonathan Is Forced To Make A Public Decision That Changes His Life.

[Ebook] ➦ Caught in the Crossfire (Crossfire, #1)  ➥ Juliann Rich – Webpolitics.us
  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • Caught in the Crossfire (Crossfire, #1)
  • Juliann Rich
  • 07 March 2018
  • 1626390703

    10 thoughts on “[Ebook] ➦ Caught in the Crossfire (Crossfire, #1) ➥ Juliann Rich – Webpolitics.us


  1. says:

    Loved, loved, loved this book Wish it had been out when I first came out Would have made talking to Mom and Dad much easier Also, I wish Jonathan and Ian were real and could study photography writing at UCLA Pretty sure we d have some kickass times together.


  2. says:

    This is a phenomenal book I think that parents should read this book so they can begin to understand what their children may be going through Juliann Rich tackles a hard topic with such realism and beauty it makes you truly be with the characters and see and feel what they are going through I think this should be given to parents, teens and even dare I say Sunday school teachers and some ministers so they can see the struggles teens or anyone for that matter goes through when they are coming This is a phenomenal book I think that parents should read this book so they can begin to understand what their children may be going through Juliann Rich tackles a hard topic with such realism and beauty it makes you truly be with the characters and see and feel what they are going through I think this should be given to parents, teens and even dare I say Sunday school teachers a...


  3. says:

    I received this book from Bold Strokes Books at Netgalley So thank you very much When I received this book from netgalley to review, I was interested a bit in the summary otherwise I wasn t so sure I would love this book It is only after I cracked open the novel that I realized I was completely wrong on my assumption, and instead fell for the plot line given With all honesty, the young adult novel, Caught In The Crossfire , has opened my eyes and mind to stories that revolve around camps an I received this book from Bold Strokes Books at Netgalley So thank you very much When I received this book from netgalley to review, I was interested a bit in the summary otherwise I wasn t so sure I would love this book It is only after I cracked open the novel that I realized I was completely wrong on my assumption, and instead fell for the plot line given With all honesty, the young adult novel, Caught In The Crossfire , has opened my eyes and mind to stories that revolve around camps and the adventures that may occur The setting is placed in a bible camp, and from the summary, you will discover the story focusing on two young teens that fall for each other and having to face the battles that occur together Now I can see that the battles will be difficult, since the camp is a place that resents homosexual love, but the characters have shown to be strong boys and will learnabout their developing feeling...


  4. says:

    I was lucky enough to receive the ARC for Caught in the Crossfire, and I devoured it in one sitting With Minnesota s rugged and mysterious North Shore as the setting, Juliann Rich sets the tone for her debut novel An honest, heartbreaking, and beautiful story about first love, readers will immediately fall for golden boy, Jonathan, and, at the same time, be drawn to Ian s wild ways The relationship that follows is sweet, awkward, frustrating, and downright steamy at times You ll be rooting fo I was lucky enough to receive the ARC for Caught in the Crossfire, and I devoured it in one sitting With Minnesota s rugged and mysterious North Shore as the setting, J...


  5. says:

    Review first published at GayYA.orgJuliann Rich s debut novel Caught in the Crossfire is a new and much needed story in Gay YA literature.The book is about a gay teen who is a devout Christian, and struggling to reconcile those two things We first meet Jonathan at the beginning of a month long bible camp At the beginning of the story, Jonathan is aware of his feelings for guys, but not too eager to try and understand them We re also introduced to Ian, the love interest, quite early Ian, we l Review first published at GayYA.orgJuliann Rich s debut novel Caught in the Crossfire is a new and much needed story in Gay YA literature.The book is about a gay teen who is a devout Christian, and struggling to reconcile those two things We first meet Jonathan at the beginning of a month long bible camp At the beginning of the story, Jonathan is aware of his feelings for guys, but not too eager to try and understand them We re also introduced to Ian, the love interest, quite early Ian...


  6. says:

    Our world is changing before our eyes For the older generations, they ve seen so many changes it would boggle the mind Growing up, they ve seen racial segregation come to a halt, interracial couples no longer needing to hide their love for one another, interracial marriage, homosexuals being able to walk down the street together and now same sex marriage No, not everyone is accepting of everything I just listed, but basic civil right freedoms being given to all is a step in the right directio Our world is changing before our eyes For the older generations, they ve seen so many changes it would boggle the mind Growing up, they ve seen racial segregation come to a halt, interracial couples no longer needing...


  7. says:

    I can safely say this is an important book for those still struggling with sexuality because of some belief they really live with Christianity leading the list They ll really feel the pain and anxiety brought by decisions that could really tear them apart.I m pretty sure of this This is written for closeted gay Christians This is to help them, to at least present some Christian views accepting homosexuality And that cause alone deserves a plus star with my supposedly 2 star it s just okay I can safely say this is an important book for those still struggling with sexuality because of some belief they really live with Christianity leading the list They ll really feel the pain and anxiety brought by...


  8. says:

    Caught in the Crossfire tells the story of Jonathan Cooper, a sixteen year old who falls in love with a boy at Bible camp, forcing him to come to terms with what lies within his heart, as well as the heart of his faith Yes, it is a story about a teen coming out in an unaccepting environment But it will resonate with anyone who has had to grapple with the fact that his identity differs from what others believe him or want him to be.It is a beautifully and lovingly written book with an authentic Caught in the Crossfire tells the story of Jonathan Cooper, a sixteen year old who falls in love with a boy at Bible camp, forcing him to come to terms with what lies within his heart, as well as the heart of his faith Yes, it is a story about a teen coming out in an unaccepting environment But it will resonate with anyone who has had to grapple with the fact that his identity differs from what others believe him or want him to be.It is a beautifully and lovingly written book with an authentic voice For those who have ever spent time at a camp in the woods, it will whisk you right back For those who haven t, you will feel like you were there I was drawn in to Jonathan s story, as well as the lives of the other characters Ian, Simon, Dawn, even Paul Each of them so different and diverse but all fully fleshed, and most importantly, each drawn with compassion I sincerely hope this book finds its way into the hands of the teens a...


  9. says:

    I had the chance to meet Juliann Rich at The Loft Literary Center s Children s and Young Adult literature conference and bought her book because I sat in on one of her panels and found her to be both funny and approachable Let me say, the book does not disappoint Caught in the Crossfire is a wonderful coming of age story about a sixteen year old boy named Jonathan who falls in love with another boy named Ian during summer Bible camp Rich nailed my own memories of summer camp perfectly right d I had the chance to meet Juliann Rich at The Loft Literary Center s Children s and Young Adult literature conference and bought her book because I sat in on one of her panels and found her to be both funny and approachable Let me say, the book does not disappoint Caught in the Crossfire is a wonderful coming of age story about a sixteen year old boy named Jonathan who falls in love with another boy named Ian during summer Bible camp Rich nailed my own memories of summer camp perfectly right down to the sounds of cricket songs at night and the tokens used at the camp canteen Butimportantly, she nailed the experience of not being able to deny who you are for one minuteno matter what the cost might be to your life Rich has written a book that teens will enjoy as well as a book that will be hugely he...


  10. says:

    I was intrigued by the premise of this book, a young boy at bible camp tries to reconcile his beliefs with his growing attraction to another boy Unfortunately, the book never lived up to the intrigue of the premise I found the first half boring and skimmed most of it When Jonathan finally acts on his feelings for Ian, the story that enfolds just didn t delve deep...

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