Sometimes, trusting your instincts leads to happiness and love. After coming out, life took a turn for the worst.
- Trust by Sarah Masters
Trust by Sarah Masters
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About the Author
Sarah Masters is one of three pen names I write under. Sarah mainly writes m/m. Natalie Dae writes het erotica, while the third, Charley Oweson, writes thriller/horror/suspense books with no sex.
August 11, 2015
Trust is an interesting story although Sarah Masters' style of writing is unconventional. The novella is written in first-person narrative, much of which is inner dialogue as Trev struggles with 'coming-out' and the homophobic attitudes towards him.
Trev's fledgling relationship with James is crucial to the plot and Trev's self-acceptance, however, Trust is not a typical contemporary romance. Instead, Sarah Masters confronts issues of bullying, victimisation, friendship and learning to "stick two fingers up" at the world.
Trust is a great book for anyone who feels the fear of not being able to be their true self or readers who enjoy honest but warm-humoured stories.
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