Book 2 of The Gay Teen's Guide to Defeating a Siren
After months of hiding from the evil Siren, Blaize Trales returns to Sanctuary Preparatory Academy for answers.
Some things at Sanctuary haven’t changed. It’s still a secret high school for gay teens. Healing Hamburgers still taste like overcooked charcoal. And it’s still Blaize’s favorite place in the world.
Other things on campus will never be the same. The loss of a friend at the hands of the Siren haunts Sanctuary. The struggle to hide a newfound power sucks. And fumbling through a crush makes Blaize’s life even crazier.
The line between relationship and duty is wrecked when government agents, under the Siren’s control, invade Sanctuary. Blaize will have to choose between protecting himself and rescuing those he cares about.
Lucky for Blaize, he wields the ultimate weapon—being gay. And he’s still pretty good at it.
“Original, funny and captivating with achingly relatable characters for anyone who survived navigating their teen years (whether they did so fighting supernatural forces or not). I can’t wait for the next book!”
“The wait for this book was worth it. The ending so completely caught me by surprise that my jaw, literally, hit the floor.”
“The great thing about this series is – yes, it centers around gay themes – but that just happens to be the state of the characters going on this journey. It will appeal to any fan of fantasy and especially appeal to LGBT youth.”
Blaize Trales’s world falls apart when he’s dragged to Sanctuary Preparatory Academy, a boarding school that claims to fix gay teens. Blaize’s parents eat it up and hand him over for brainwashing.
But things at Sanctuary aren’t what they appear. Blaize soon discovers the school’s antics are all a lie. They’re also at war with an ancient enemy. Between surviving bullies, rescuing students from mysterious attacks, and passing algebra, Blaize’s life is going to get out-of-control crazy.
And freaking dangerous.
Lucky for Blaize, he wields the ultimate weapon—being gay. And he’s pretty good at it.