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Casper has waited two years to join his boyfriend at Indiana University, but reality is different from his dreams.  

Brendan is a junior and a star on the football team. Between school, football practices, and games, he has little time for Casper.  

Casper’s loneliness is alleviated by meeting a homeless boy named Aiden, who soon becomes more than a friend. Casper begins to carve out a life for himself at IU, but Brendan is never far from his thoughts.

©2015 Mark A. Roeder (P)2019 Mark A. Roeder

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For a lot of the narration, it sounds like it was recorded in the bathroom. This audio book cuts out often during chapter 8. I deleted my copy & downloaded it again, but the problem persists.

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  • 08-22-21

Great Read

Casper and the other characters are really interesting. It’s great to read all the books because they link so well.