#Review Loving Lakyn by Charlotte Reagan @charbie_rea @Inkitt


Loving Lakyn

by Charlotte Reagan



Re-entering normal life after ‘trying’ to take his own is weird. Especially when the world keeps going like it never happened. He still has to eat breakfast, go to school, and somehow convince a cute boy that he’s too damaged to date.


Scott White comes with his own problems, namely a habit of drinking too much and being indecisive about rather he wants in the closet, or out of it. Lakyn can’t stand him; he also can’t help smiling when Scott’s around.


Unfortunately - or fortunately - for Lakyn, life has decided to give him a second chance. He's not happy about it, but maybe, with a lot of hard work and a good therapist, he can learn to be. And maybe he can hold Scott’s hand at the same time.


No promises though.


This book contains sensitive triggers so know your limits. Full list of triggers can be found here.




This was a gritty and raw read addressing issues that many young people face today. The author did a great job with the story line and the characters were utterly fantastic. I found myself caught up in the emotions that were literally dripping off the pages and I'm glad I took a chance on this one.




{I requested a copy for reviewing purposes and made no guarantee of a favorable review. The opinions expressed here are unbiased and my own.}


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