Saturday, June 30, 2012


Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Author: J. P. Barnaby
Title: Discovered
Series: Little Boy Lost
Book: 4
ISBN-13:  978-1-61581-874-7
Pages: 200
Cover Artist:  Catt Ford
Categories: Novels, Contemporary, Romance
Book Type: eBook (Paperback also available)
File Formats Available:    .epub, .lit, .prc, html, pdf
Price: $6.99 (e-book) Paperback $14.95




Sequel to Vanished

Little Boy Lost: Book Four
Little Boy Lost is the story of Jamie Mayfield, a golden-haired fallen angel. Dumped into a gay rehab center and shunned by his parents, the once-adored son of small-minded, small town people has had to find his own way in life.
Jamie is astonished and dismayed when Brian McAllister, the boy he knows is the other half of his soul, explodes back into his precarious life. In the nearly two years they’ve been apart, not a day has gone by that Jamie hasn’t thought of Brian, no matter how hard surviving has been. How can Jamie protect Brian from the pain and brutalization in his life when he can’t even protect himself? Brian and Jamie will put every bit of themselves into saving each other, but Steven O’Dell isn’t the only obstacle keeping the boys apart. Jamie’s own self-hatred may prove to be their undoing.


With book four the point of view moves from Brian to Jamie and answers are given for the fallout after his parents removed him from Alabama and Brian.  His life has been one turmoil after the next and it will take all of Brian’s love to rescue him from the dangers situation he has gotten himself trapped in.
Like with book 3, DISCOVERED is set in the world of pornographic film making and the sexual description is explicit as is necessary for this type of story.  Some may find the actions of the characters disturbing so I warn you, there is also violence included within the continuing story of Brian and Jamie.  They are together again, but not the way Brian wants and he sets out to change that, but can he?
There is not a lot of room for romance in this one but you still see the love the boys have for each other and that alone keeps the reader turning pages.  This is truly another pleasure and triumph in series storytelling.

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