There aren’t words to describe how incredibly emotional, meaningful, heartbreaking, and heartwarming this story is.” - for boy shattered - scattered thoughts and rogue words

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You’ll make it out of here, Brian. I swear.

I had everything—school quarterback, popular with girls, and my dad was proud of me. I told myself it didn’t matter no one knew the real me. And then I nearly died. Landon saved my life. He’s the bravest guy I know. He came out a few years ago, proud and fierce, and he ran into gunfire to help others. Me, I’m a mess. Can’t even stand to be in a room with the curtains open. But here’s the thing about losing it all: You get a chance to start over and be someone new. Only how can I move on when the two shooters who attacked our school were never caught? And why do I feel like I’m still in the crosshairs?


Will you kiss me?

When I came across Brian Marshall,the hottest guy in school, dying on the cafeteria floor, I did what anyone would do. I tried to save him. His request surprised me, but I figured he needed comfort, so I kissed him on the forehead. When he survived and came back to school, he was broken in body and mind. He still needed me, and soon we were unlikely besties. But what I saw at school that day woke me up. I want to demand action on gun control, lead protests, raise my fist. I’ll tear the world down if I have to. And if I can get the man of my dreams and save the world at the same time? I’ll take it. Only I didn’t understand that the horror at Jefferson Waller High wasn’t over.

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Boy Shattered - Chapter 1

EXTRA STUFF & Guest Posts for the Blog Tur
”On Writing Poetry for Boy Shattered” - on Love Bytes

“Eli’s Favorite angsty gay romance books” - on The Novel Approach

“Eli’s Favorite high school romance TV shows” - on Mirrigold’s Mutterings and Musings blog

“The Inspiration for Boy Shattered: Parkland” - on Bayou Book Junkie


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What people are saying about this book: 

“Just when I needed my conviction renewed, Eli Easton’s Boy Shattered first splintered and then revitalized my hope. The novel realistically portrays teenagers recovering from a school shooting.” - 5 stars, Kimmer’s Erotic Book Banter review

“And as Brian and Landon fall in love, watching Brian slowly rebuild – still broken but recovering – their love story is so tender and life-affirming.” - 5 stars, CrabbyPatty’s review on Gay Book Reviews

“Great POV, a terrific cast of characters, with a fast pace, Boy Shattered sucked me in and wouldn’t let me go until I’d turned the last page.” - 5 stars. Belen’s review on Gay Book Reviews

Boy Shattered by Eli Easton is a heartbreaking, thought-provoking story about a school shooting. It’s about loss and the guilt that comes with surviving something like this. The feelings expressed felt realistic. It has outstanding character development and a steady pace. Most importantly though- as sad as heart-rending as this book was, it was also full hope.” - 4.5 stars, Lili’s review on Gay Book Reviews

“Eli's bravery to write a story based on such a tragic and realistic event is to be applauded. She approached this story with tact and tenderness, managing to create an emotional and heart-wrenching story.” - 5 stars, Amy’s MM Romance Reviews

There aren’t words to describe how incredibly emotional, meaningful, heartbreaking, and heartwarming this story is. Only Eli Easton could wring tears from a turnip.” - 5 stars, Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words

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It’s not easy for a young gay artist like Jordan Carson to grow up in Jefferson, Wisconsin, where all anyone seems to care about in middle school and high school are the sports teams. But Jordan was lucky. He met Owen Nelson in the second grade, and they’ve been BFFs ever since. Owen is a big, beautiful blond and their school’s champion wrestler. No one messes with Owen, or with anyone close to him, and he bucks popular opinion by keeping Jordan as his wingman even after Jordan comes out at school.

Their friendship survives, but Jordan’s worst enemy may be himself: he can’t seem to help the fact that he is head-over-heels in love with a hopeless case—his straight friend, Owen. Owen won’t let anything take Jordan’s friendship away, but he never counted on Jordan running off to find a life of his own. Owen will have to face the nature of their relationship if he’s to win Jordan back.

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3rd place best Young Adult Romance - Goodreads M/M Romance Member's Choice Awards 2013

Superhero - Chapter 1

Free Companion Story "Soft Pitch" - written for Day of Silence 2014
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Eli's blog tour post - The Inspiration for Superhero on James Erich's blog


What people are saying about this book: 

“I highly recommend this to any fan of the GFY/friends-to-lovers theme, don’t be dissuaded by the age, it’s just as hot as you’d want it to be!” - Open Skype Book Reviews

“Superhero is the perfect summer coming-of-age read” - The Novel Approach

“The writing is fluent and evocative. I was swept away, unable to stop reading until I reached the end. Ms. Easton is an excellent writer.” - Top 2 Bottom Reviews