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Hopeless, alone, abandoned. Walking back to his dilapidated home in the bone-chilling rain, these were the only thoughts running through Jon's bruised head. As he stepped out onto the road an old photo of his once idyllic family fell from his pocket. Jon paused, distracted just long enough that he couldn't see the swift-approaching headlights of a toxic pink convertible. When he awoke Jon found himself in a new world of privilege, wealth and secrets. His only chance of escaping the poor circumstances of his youth relies on mastering this new environment and ingratiating himself with the family of the enamouring young girl who struck him down. But can he juggle all his new relationships while hiding his burgeoning affection, or will it all come crashing down.


ISBN : 978-1-80439-867-8

Scheduled: 27/06/2024

Pages : 313

Size : 205x140

Imprint : Olympia Publishers

James Michael George Hollingsworth

Born in the Hutt Valley of New Zealand in 2002 James is currently studying at The Victoria University of Wellington majoring in English Literature and Classics with a minor in Philosophy. His father is a first-generation immigrant from Birmingham England and his mother, descended from north Irish catholic immigrants, has lived her life in the same valley James does now. Despite his small-town life, James has been privileged enough to visit many unique and inspirational places outside his small-town home, including Fiji, Hawaii, Dublin, Belfast, Edinburgh, Rome, Paris, London and his ancestral Birmingham. Young Love Blood is his first novel.

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