This was really enjoyable. One of the things I noticed with most books like this, they tend to ignore the discrimination or hate that comes along with this. Roe hasn't had it easy and prefers to do things on a love em and leave em basis. The story of his family was really emotional and I found myself rooting for his friends to help his family and himself to accept the way he is.
I thought that Travis and Roe were great characters. Neither perfect, neither flamboyant, neither advertising their orientation. It was nice to see a story where being gay wasn't made into a huge deal in their everyday life. Travis is exactly what Roe needed to finally let those barriers down and to really start living instead of running.
I highly recommend this. It was really hot and it had a really good story line.