I liked this one, is more about acceptance than self discovery. because sometimes, you know who you are, but you just can't accept it and embrace it.
In this one, we see that not having a family that accepts you doesn't mean you're alone. Jase will realize that and with his friend and boyfriend he will start a new life being true to himself.
I liked how supportive and understanding his boyfriend and friend are with him and how in return how Mark and Jase were the same with Candice when she needed it.
It's a sweet book about acceptance, friendship and finding family, but also touching subjects like homophobia, and rape. So be careful with that.