My Rating - 4 Stars!
In True To You, when Jorge is kicked out of school for fighting, he starts training for pro-wrestling, most likely as a way of coping with his sexuality.
Once he starts dating Thom, he is warned that he needs to hide the fact that he's gay from the fans. He's also warned that Thom's ex wants to win him back.
This is a well told story of an up and coming wrestler as he faces many tough decisions along the way. There were times I really wanted to smack Jorge and tell him to smarten up, knowing the crash course he is setting himself on.
The writing style is fast paced, with a lot happening quickly. There isn't much "meat" to the reasons of the events taking place, but it is still a good story.
Overall, True To You is a story about choices. It isn't always easy to make the right choice, and sometimes you need to admit defeat and decide how to move forward. Tony Correia does a good job of telling such a tale.