Summer Song - Louise Blaydon I enjoyed this book way more than I think I ought to have done. It's a concept that's been done to death, I'm sure; you know - secret gay high school romance, so I'm not really sure why I was so taken with it (actually, it may have to do with me being high on some potent antihistamines, and antihistamines always make me emotional for some reason).
It's written from the first-person perspective of various characters, and this can be hit or miss, but I liked it here; getting to know the characters from inside their own heads and I liked them all, to varying degrees. It's set in the 1950s, but the only reference I have of American high school in the 50s in Grease, so I can't comment on the veracity of the setting. Thing is, it's not an outstanding piece of literature, but I so loved it. It's such a lovely, if slightly sappy story.