Knight Moves

· When We Were Young Book 3 · eXtasy Books
1 review

About this ebook

After receiving his grade twelve diploma and marking his eighteenth birthday, René Oshawee cannot fight the temptation seventeen-year-old high school junior Billy Redsky blatantly offers now that what they share has become taboo.

When their secret romance is blown into the open, Billy’s foster parents send René to Toronto to complete the last of his schooling under the supervision of a family friend, leaving Billy behind at their Ojibway community.

Now Billy and René must make the biggest decision of their lives—fight for the true love they know they’ll never find with anyone else or go their separate ways.

Ratings and reviews

1 review
Jade Diamond
February 22, 2022
This third installment in the When We Were Young series Knight Moves follows Rene and Billy as they try to navigate their relationship after Rene moves to Toronto to complete his schooling. In this book their relationship is put to the test. I’ve enjoyed reading about Billy and Rene’s Journey as they grow and mature. I also liked the exploration into Ojibway culture. I found the Standing people and the vision quest especially interesting. The cultural representation is excellent. This series offers some much needed LGBTQ+ representation. Maggie Blackbird weaves a heartfelt story with well developed characters that are realistic and believable. This story is both enlightening and authentic in terms of characters and narrative. Knight Moves is a great addition to this series about first love, self-discovery and acceptance. I received a free copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review. All opinions in this review are my own.
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