Jayson James – T.E.D.

tedAuthor: Jayson James
Reviewed by: Stephen
Publisher: Self Published
Genre: M/M Young Adult
ISBN 13: 9781495373985

TIM is being bullied. No one in high school wants to be known as a tattle-tale and to do so would only make things rougher for him. The repercussions would most likely make him an outcast, and without any friends.

ERIC is frustrated with life. His parents are overbearing and if they ever knew the person he really was, they would throw him out of their house. His friends … Continue reading

Jayson James – Drifting (Finding Our Way #3)

driftingAuthor: Jayson James
Reviewed by: Lucy
Publisher: Self Published
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13:   9781481291613

Summary:  What happens when the person you love is having doubts?

These two boyfriends have been through a lot. Best friends since childhood, fell in love in high school and thought they would be together forever. They stuck together even when their friends and family found out about their relationship. Struggling with challenge after challenge, they have finally made it to college and are living on their own. Living together is a whole … Continue reading

Jayson James – Tormented Discovery


Author: Jayson James
Reviewed by: Susan
Publisher: Self Published
Genre: M/M Young Adult
ISBN 13: N/A


Justin and Derrick have a secret that they revealed only to their closest friends. They are gay and are now a couple. The story of Justin and Derrick continues as they learn more about being a gay couple in their senior year of high school and the complications that arise from it. Some friends will have their backs while others simply stand on the sidelines. Other friends … Continue reading

Jayson James – Finding Our Way

finding our way

Author: Jayson James
Reviewed by: 
Self Published
M/M Contemporary
ISBN 13:


Justin Parker and Derrick Wilson have been best friends since meeting back in middle school. Currently they are in their junior year at Chandler High School, and living the good life as teenagers. They have great girlfriends, plenty of close friends, their own cars, and parents who are well off. As nice as things might look to an outsider, something is missing from each … Continue reading