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All my favorite characters from book one of the series are back in book two, and it s chocked full of drama, suspense, action, and angst Readers who enjoyed the original story are sure to love the continuation Again it s told in first person from the main character s POV John and Nick are now a couple at Elite High, out and proud, but there are forces at work hell bent upon destroying their relationship A spiteful female friend of Nick s sets out to sabotage the gay couple s happiness, and a All my favorite characters from book one of the series are back in book two, and it s chocked full of drama, suspense, action, and angst Readers who enjoyed the original story are sure to love the continuation Again it s told in first person from the main character s POV John and Nick are now a couple at Elite High, out and proud, but there are forces at work hell bent upon destroying their relationship A spiteful female friend of Nick s sets out to sabotage the gay couple s happiness, and a deranged sociopath makes a surprise appearance at the most inopportune time.The prose is authentic, a quality characteristic of this author, and the drama is at times a bit over the top But that s what makes for an exciting, entertaining read I felt while reading the story I d been transported onto the set of a reality TV show At times the plot seemed unbelievable, yet I couldn t stop myself from turning the pages.Book two has mystery, murder, unexpected pregnancy, and even a brain dead comatose expectant mother It s a gay teen soap opera that is fun, exciting, and deeply emotional Yes, there is melodrama, but that s kind of the point Nick is still as cocky and self aggrandizing as ever There are times when his personality is a bit off putting and I wanted to smack him upside the head Yet I also get why a self deprecating, somewhat shy young guy like John would love this jock superstar the way he does And Nick is very much the protector, the knight in shining armor, so to speak I guess this particular theme is one that will always resonate with me I love the jock nerd trope, and JH Ames does a fantastic job of delivering a story that pushes all my happy buttons (((Download))) ⇚ Senior Year ↮ And you thought last year was full of drama, suspense and romance You ain t seen nothing yet After a summer of love, hard work and ahem cohabitation, Nick and John are beginning their senior year However, putting the memory of last year s turbulent events at Elite High behind them proves harder than ever Mysterious notes begin to appear inside John s locker Something is definitely wrong since the writer of the notes is none other than Matthew Ward, the homicidal student who nearly killed John Is Matthew now free to finish what he started As if that weren t bad enough, a new girl at school has an obsession with Nick that makes her do terrible things, things that threaten to tear Nick and John apart at every turn Will Nick and John ever find happiness and stability together Or will they end up going their separate ways All of these questions and will be answered in part two of the Surviving Elite High saga OMG OMG I cried, i screamed, and i think my emotions were just all over the place ahahahahahaha when i was reading i just kept thinking ah, i think this is the major plot and then i was like whhhhaaattt it just kept getting better i mean i was just like wow speechless. I had anticipated this book for quite some time and looked forward to reading it It could not be released fast enough to my liking Impatient person here But having said that I was not disappointed and I know I tend to say that often in reviews It s the nature of the beast.I m not giving any spoilers other than what I have to say on the story itself JH brings to us a fiction version of high school in all its splendor and drama Your jocks, your bullies, infatuations that s result with crushe I had anticipated this book for quite some time and looked forward to reading it It could not be released fast enough to my liking Impatient person here But having said that I was not disappointed and I know I tend to say that often in reviews It s the nature of the beast.I m not giving any spoilers other than what I have to say on the story itself JH brings to us a fiction version of high school in all its splendor and drama Your jocks, your bullies, infatuations that s result with crushes when you can t have the one that you want This is where the stage is set throughout mostly the entire story There s romance in it of course along with a HEA and of course if you re anything like me, there s that one character that you ll think up all the ways you d like to kill them.JH brings fun, interest, intrigue and moments that are very intense when reading and have you flinching a time or two.It s all well worth taking the time in your busy schedule to read, sit back and enjoy I did and now I m on to the next in this series There were a lot of ups and downs in this book The whole thing shocked me to be honest I loved it Some people may think this is too much But I will tell you that when almost every chapter I ended up with something that shocked me I will tell you that is good I am all for twists and turns Great job John OH MY GOD AN EPIC FINALE TWO THUMBS UP Quite the journeyBook two is loaded with over the top drama same as book 1 I still cared about the characters, but they were placed in situations that didn t seem logical I know, I knowwhy put yourself through unrealistic drama It s still a fun ride 3.0 for Lily Rose. 3 starsReview originally written for Joyfully JayJohn and Nick have had a wonderful summer growing as an independent couple, it is time for them to break out of their bubble and start their senior year at Elite High At the beginning of the school year, a new student, Emily Roberts, proves to be a thorn in John s side when she sets her sights on Nick Nick loves him and John knows that, although it doesn t make it any easier to see Emily constantly flirting with Nick The biggest problem is that 3 starsReview originally written for Joyfully JayJohn and Nick have had a wonderful summer growing as an independent couple, it is time for them to break out of their bubble and start their senior year at Elite High At the beginning of the school year, a new student, Emily Roberts, proves to be a thorn in John s side when she sets her sights on Nick Nick loves him and John knows that, although it doesn t make it any easier to see Emily constantly flirting with Nick The biggest problem is that Emily turns out to be one of Nick s oldest friends.When notes from a former tormenter start showing up in John s locker, he can t help but think that Emily has something to do with it He doesn t know what to do when Nick sticks up for her, calling John jealous and bratty But when Emily openly tries to sabotage their relationship and John s friendship with one of his nearest and dearest friends, Nick realizes that he would rather give up his friendship with Emily than ever live without John.After Emily s parents are killed a car accident, John insists that Nick be there for her to help her through her loss But when John catches Nick in a situation he never thought possible, he has to make the decision to either trust his heart or trust his head He ll have to decide if fighting for love will be enough to see their relationship survive their final year at Elite High or whether outside factors, jealousy, and doubt will be the end of their fairytale romance.This is the second book in John H Ames Surviving Elite High series I liked this book okay, the same way I liked the first It is young adult focused which is a plus since it s very much a young adult book But I find it hard to believe in comparison to the way I feel contemporary young adult stories should be I mean, how many seventeen year olds live together as a couple, supporting one another, without any sort of parental supervision How many schools would allow that So whereas, when I focus on the plot, I really like the story, the details have left me scratching my head.And the melodrama continues in the lives of John and Nick Again the story is young adult focused, but even in young adult stories as melodramatic and angsty as they tend to be I still like some level of believability The conflicts are not all unbelievable, which I do appreciate, but some are way over the top And the final conflict was really just overkill Also, the way that John and Nick talk about how much they love one another, how they can t live without one another, is just too unbelievable and very cheesyYes, baby I truly love you You re the fire my soul needs to be alive Without you by my side, I m incomplete That s only one line They re riddled throughout the entire book I ve never heard a seventeen year old speak that way, not sure that I d want to And I can t picture it.Now, it s not all complaints I found myself liking John and Nick eventhis story than the last They face several attacks against their relationship in this book They don t always come out unfazed, but they do eventually come out stronger John islikable than he was in the previous installment He sconfident, stronger, andsecure He is not perfect, but what seventeen year old is And, Nick well, I loved Nick in the first story overcoming odds to take what he wanted And I liked him again in this story He s not confused any longer He knows who and what he is and refuses to be swayed The boys are growing up in this book and it s refreshing to see them maturing emotionally a little.I wavered on the rating for this story On one hand, I like these characters and the story is decent if not entirely believable But on the other hand, the believability is just not there and the melodrama is over the top For me, the decision came down to the final conflict which was just too much, way too over the top So I settled on a three star rating, the middle of the scale, because I didn t love this book, but I didn t absolutely hate it either Review written for MM Good Book Reviewshttp mmgoodbookreviews.wordpress.com The summer was perfect for John and Nick They may not have gone site seeing and vacationing around the world and on merry beaches, but they were together, living as a couple and working hard to maintain that level of freedom they so hardly won the previous year And now time came again for the happy couple to return back to school for their final year.Nobullies, noterror, notears caused by monsters l Review written for MM Good Book Reviewshttp mmgoodbookreviews.wordpress.com The summer was perfect for John and Nick They may not have gone site seeing and vacationing around the world and on merry beaches, but they were together, living as a couple and working hard to maintain that level of freedom they so hardly won the previous year And now time came again for the happy couple to return back to school for their final year.Nobullies, noterror, notears caused by monsters lurking in the shadows Or so they thought Things became clear on their very first day that they were not to have the easy, happy final year they imagined When Emily, Nick s best childhood friend, came back to town and joined them to school, John had his girl friends knew instantly that they were going to have some trouble Little did they know the magnitude of their horrors When I read Surviving Elite High last year I thought that even though the story had too much in common with Mark Roeder s Gay Youth Chronicles and was full of drama, it was cute and enjoyable The plot was realistic enough, albeit a bit extravagant, that won me over.However I expected the sequel a bit different I expected our heroes to have changed, matured perhaps Nick didn t disappoint, he was the one character that I felt I really, really loved His maturity was glaring and his love and commitment to their relationship astonishing even if a bit surreal.But John, damn it, I thought that kid would be done with the crying this time I felt a little let down by his instability in his relationship with Nick While he constantly repeated himself that Nick is his one true love, his only one man and his rock and comfort till the end of time etc etc he was quick to think the worse with a single blow of bad air His emotions and reactions were similar to a leaf in a winter storm that has no power or control over itself, only goes where the wind blows His fast jumping to conclusions and wallowing in despair before having facts laid down, or even when the glaring truth was knocking in his head for all it matters, didn t bode well with me In my eyes he was not a solid character in this book, because everything he did came to opposition with his academic brightness While I excused many things for that character on the first book due to the fear factor that his life was constantly in, I cannot excuse him in the sequel His love for Nick should have beensolid and not so easily challenged.Moving on there were many things plot wise that did not add to my satisfaction Emily, while a psychotic should have not been allowed so much Logically the first time the threats started and with the background of the previous year, the guys should immediately have contacted the police It would have been the most logical thing to do, yet they again jumped to conclusions and took matters in their own hands The plot felt like going round and round in circles what with so many scenes of bad things happening followed closely with a short dose of happiness and then over again, with each scene not properly developed and leaving questions to be answered What wasdisturbing was the rape scene and how incomplete the during and the after of that was emotion wise It seemed as if John recovered extremely well and fairly quick from that.The end of the book however was quite satisfactory and made up for a lot putting an end to lots of questions in regard to our beloved pair Looking the overall work and keeping in mind the over exuberant and melodramatic streak of the Saga I quite enjoyed it Yet again I loved Nick and couldn t feel happier for him the way things ended Perhaps John s pride in him has him biased, but that Nick Wild Hawk could indeed make for president one day if he keeps his temper in check Thommie Contains spoilers, lotsa spoilers because how do you review without spoilers The story had a well transition from the first book to the second book first of all There hasn t been too drastic changes from the first one to this one but there is still the feeling of everything has been shifting since book one, especially the way kids on the school perceives the LGTB community and coping up with the school shooting.All is well, until there is a trouble in paradise People would probably cringed w Contains spoilers, lotsa spoilers because how do you review without spoilers The story had a well transition from the first book to the second book first of all There hasn t been too drastic changes from the first one to this one but there is still the feeling of everything has been shifting since book one, especially the way kids on the school perceives the LGTB community and coping up with the school shooting.All is well, until there is a trouble in paradise People would probably cringed with this but I liked that the story didn t go too much like a high school drama for me That the author gaveback story and personality to Emily as well as eventually Matthew It s no walk in the park, whatever happened a couple of freaking times between John and Nick but maybe that s why I love them both as fictional characters they re not too much of a fiction John leads us to his everyday life of consistent observation and consciousness while Nick give us just pure Heh untainted love and positive outlook on things It s also funny that people underestimated him but I saw him as a guy who actually take proper action at certain time, not like any asshole jock gay turned nice boyfriend characters I have encountered For example, the moment where John was basically screaming at him to stay away from Emily and he held it off as long as he can for a hope that he can still have his old friend and the love of his life, get together But when he knew the moment will never come, he promised to stay away even before he really saw Emily for what real trouble she is.The let me talk about the part where John got rapped It was no joke, and you can feel that as you read it and it was quite sick because you can t really write rape without people feeling sick But then, you see a human in John, on how getting raped is not the reason to give up To turn it around and survive Do not let me start on Matthew as a victim tho I can t handle thinking he got this same abuse with his own father Just shakes head.Now let me get started on Nick and John on being fathers and married right off high school One, I don t actually see why not Nick and John practically worked their asses off to get to live independently and solve their problems that most mature people can t even do Getting married I m actually happy in their universe, gay marriage is available in their state I only know few, so and again, I didn t find it questionable about them wanted it to tie it already We ve read their actions and feelings to each other and Nick, I m proud of him that never once, he hesitated showing his love since he newly known that he s into guys well maybe, into John wink , so no question there.Overall, it s an epic coming out love story It s refreshing and deadly because, wow, the feelings it brings There is no moment you ll be bored out of your seat I recommend this to all high school drama fans, even suspense genre fans Juan Alvarado really deserves every bit of recognition for his work