The Sky Is Dead by Sue Brown

When Danny's Dad finds him kissing his boyfriend on New Years Eve, it's the end of his life as he knows it.

Kicked out and eventually abandoned by his boyfriend he finds himself on the streets at the age of 16, just trying to hide and stay alive.

Giving a few blow jobs for food money gets him by and visits to his local shelter help.

It's been a couple of years when one day, he finds himself in the odd position of hero.

The young boy, Harry who he saves from a knife wielding bully finds himself falling for his saviour and starts to help him out.

Danny spends the odd night at Harry's house and gets to know his Mum but he should have known things weren't going to get better for him.

One day, Harry just disappears and Danny is back to his old life overnight.

When a kindly nurse and her Mum offer him a place to live after he gets hurt, he doesn't really have a choice. He has been ill so many times, another cold Winter could be his last.

When a young man, Jack comes to the shelter one Christmas, David as he now calls himself, sees his past and his future collide.

Would life really be that kind to him after all the heartbreak and pain.

Will Jack ever see his first love again and why does he find himself falling in love with David so quickly.

This is a truly beautiful book that highlights some of the struggles that homeless people face, the simple everyday things we take for granted....

It shows us that love is blind and it doesn't matter what people look like or what differences they have in life.

The heart wants what the heart wants.

I loved the guys and all the others that helped them on their way to finding each other.

5 out of 5 stars.

Sue x