Way Out of Line Review by Juanita Kees

     When raging hormones bring young lovers Hal and Trent together one steamy summer, neither would imagine the trouble their union will bring.  Despite his inner warnings, Hal finds he can’t resist his attraction to the beautiful young girl he meets on a private beach. She is young – perhaps too young. Spoilt, indulged Trent, however, knows exactly what she wants and she’s not about to take ‘no’ as answer or let something as trivial as age keep them apart. The white lie that brings them together will drive them apart in a way that they least expect.
     Jackson sets an amazing scene in the lead up to events that will change these two young lives forever. Caught in the act by her distrustful father, Hal finds out that the girl of his dreams has mislead him in the worst possible way.  When you mess with the rich who have connections in Congress, you can only expect trouble – a lot of trouble. He finds himself in jail for statutory rape and the only thing that keeps him sane, is the advice of a prison guard to ‘never let go of his dreams’.
     While Hal serves his time and battles his demons in prison, we’re taken on a tumultuous journey that alternates between Trent’s emotional derailment and Hal’s experiences in confinement. Despite their brush with drugs, cults, jailhouse bullying and other nasty, character-building experiences, they never forget each other nor do they give up hope of one day being reunited again.
     Again, Jackson brings about their reunion in a very unique and unexpected way. We’re taken on a fast-paced, action-packed journey around the world to the wilds of Zimbabwe and Mozambique where finally, amidst brushes with death that threaten to tear them apart again, the two are once again reunited.      
      Nothing in WAY OUT OF LINE is what you expect. Just when you think you know what’s going to happen, Jackson whips you off in a whirlwind of action that takes you to places you never imagined.
If you’re looking for a book that has it all, then this is one you should not miss. 
     Follow Hal and Trent’s journey to hell and back as they learn hard, fast lessons in the real world, experience brainwashing, drugs and the terrors of a wild country and live through it to be reunited in a love designed by Fate.
– Reviewed by Juanita Kees
 

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