Barclay liked his space and doing his own thing, when Heydn
Case came knocking on his dorm room door, he just didn’t
disrupt Blue’s solitude he made sure Blue’s life would never
be the same.
seemed to always be the new guy at school; attending the
upper scale Acton-Pierce Academy was no different. Heydn
hoped he didn’t have a problem fitting in with the
privileged students of the prestigious prep school, but when
he met his roommate he wasn’t so sure.
Heydn and Blue didn’t know what to make of each other but
despite their differences a friendship neither was expecting
blossomed into so much more. Afraid to acknowledge his
feelings for Blue and even more afraid to be shunned by the
more popular students on campus Heydn allows fear and peer
pressure to destroy what he and Blue found. When Blue
turned to someone else for comfort Heydn realized he made a
mistake letting Blue go.
True Blue is a wonderful ensemble story of young
love, first love. Blue is an enigmatic but lovable
character. With the life he’s led it’s amazing that he is
such a sweet guy in comparison to the others in the story
who are the typical spoiled rich boys. I had mixed feelings
for Heydn and part of me was rooting for his rival Astor, a
fellow student at Acton-Pierce who also had strong feelings
for Blue, to win Blue’s heart. Heydn really had a lot of
redeeming to do before I found him to be worthy of Blue
again. The other students of Acton-Peirce fit perfectly to
make this a very well written and very enjoyable story. As
I was reading True Blue I kept thinking to
myself ‘this would make a great movie’. I even had actors
for some of the roles picked out in my head. True
Blue is a very enjoyable story and I’m certain
others will love it as much as I do.