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Jason Carrillo, the best-looking athlete in school, has had his eyes on the prize from day one: a scholarship for college.
But then his eyes turn to love -- and Kyle.
Kyle Meeks, swim team star and all-around good guy, is finally in the relationship he wanted. Being in love feels so good, in fact, that he can't imagine giving it up to go to Princeton.
Something he's worked for his entire life.
Nelson Glassman, outgoing and defiant, might be HIV positive. Jeremy, the boy he loves, is HIV positive. Although Nelson fears testing positive, if he is infected Jeremy might stop protecting him and pushing him away.
They can be together.

High shool's almost over. Graduation is ahead. Life's a bowl of cherries, right? Right...

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Rainbow High
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Rainbow High
July 12th, 2014
I started Rainbow High yesterday and like its predecessor Rainbow Boys I couldn’t stop. I was up till after 2 a.m. reading last night, another excellent read from Alex Sanchez. The three boys, Nelson Glassman, Kyle Meeks, and Jason Carrillo are completing their senior year of high school and continue to deal with homophobia coming out and the threat of HIV. Nelson is anxious to have a relationship, a little too anxious, and puts himself at risk at the end of Rainbow Boys. Now he must deal with the consequences of his rush and all the worry and anxiety that is HIV. Add to this is his new boyfriend is HIV+ and his mother is less than pleased that he could be putting his life at risk after the scare of his first time. Kyle has his own issues as he helps Nelson it raises his fear that Jason could have been infected in his last relationship. Jason is dealing with coming out to his parents, his friends, his ex, his team, and eventually the school. Will he find the support he needs, will Kyle as he deals with some of the same issues with his team. Coaches, parents, and friends have some very different and typical reactions to these events. The boys also have to deal with selecting their future career path through college and university. What will happen to their budding relationships if they are not able to attend educational institutions together. Again I look forward to reading the next in the series.
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Great read
April 22nd, 2013
Was a great read. Truly believable and rich in characters and storyline.
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