Flipping For Him by Jeff Adams
Finding a guy was easy. Keeping him might be harder than running up a tree.
Kevin McCollum is a high school junior with the usual things on his mind: getting good grades, having fun, and finding a boyfriend. The last one always eluded him until he noticed the “parkour guy.” After several days of pretending to study while watching the attractive teen jump on rocks, run up trees, and do flips, Shin finally comes over to introduce himself. As they start dating, Kevin should’ve known it wouldn’t be that easy.
Shin’s parents only want their son to date Japanese boys. When cultures clash and pressures mount, Kevin has no idea how to subvert traditions and Shin’s parents to keep the boy he cares about.
Kevin will need to clear some tricky obstacles to make his modern love story a reality.
Flipping for Him is a gay YA multicultural romance that features fast-paced scenes, young teen love, and a sweet story. If you’ve ever been in love, then Jeff Adams’ latest will warm your heart all over again.
Buy Flipping for Him today for YA at its best!
Format: Ebook / Paperback / Audiobook
Publisher: J&W Books
“Oh such a lovely story… my only complaint: I WANT MORE!!! Fabulous job you guys *bows to Jeff and Jason* Can’t wait to read more of you!!” — Enid (reviewing the audiobook performed by Jason Frazier), Goodreads
“…Adams got it right. … I enjoyed every minute of the journey and would love to see where things go from here.” — Brandilyn, Prism Book Alliance
“This is a near perfect example of YA at its best!” — Wt Prater, Goodreads
“I found myself quickly and easily drawn into the lives of Kevin and Shin, appreciating the nervousness and difficulty a teen would have approaching someone of interest…” — Jason, Joyfully Jay
You can also listen to a preview of the audiobook.
Kevin enjoyed cutting through Central Park on his way home from school in the afternoons. Usually he’d go through at 72nd Street traveling east to west, taking a direct route if he was in a hurry or going downstairs by Bethesda Fountain if he had some time to kill.
Since it was a warm, sunny day he took the fountain route and then cut north around the lake. It was a spectacular day for early March and despite being a weekday afternoon, plenty of folks were out taking advantage of the nice weather. Kevin went past the lake into a clearing lined with trees and scattered with several clusters of rocks. This was one of his favorite spots in the city because it had a great view of the residential buildings lining Central Park West, featuring some exceptional architecture. Sometimes he would sketch nearby buildings, as the clearing got great light on sunny days.