Jake Finnegan is your typical high school boy trying to do well in school and stay out of trouble. Danny Rossi is Jake's best friend. Jake is gay. Danny is straight. At least, that's what they think. How long will Danny string Jake along as he tries to figure it out? Just a little something to pass the time while we're in lockdown.
Aiden Jackson just wants to survive his sophomore year at Mon Valley High School. Unfortunately, even though he just wants to be left alone, Aiden has attracted the attention of a few bullies, some senior boys with their own agendas, and a charismatic teacher with plans on taking over the whole school - with Aiden's help. Will the boy who's been bullied his whole life become a bully himself?
Just as Billy Roberts is beginning to think he might be able to begin revealing his true self to those closest to him, he is finding out that those closest to him have secrets of their own. His parents are growing further apart as his father's health is failing and his mother is falling under the spell of a charismatic homophobe. His boyfriend is hiding something that could destroy someone's life. His best friend is being driven over the edge by his abusive family. And through it all, Billy is being bullied by someone he once considered a friend. Welcome to W.A.R..
As Billy Roberts begins to heal from a broken hand, he must work to heal his relationship with his father. But trouble looms as his best friend, Dustin Smith, and his boyfriend, Brett Reilly, have secrets which threaten to tear them, and Billy, apart.
Fifteen-year-old Billy Roberts is caught in a war between his two best friends. Brett Reilly and Dustin Smith are desperate to find the love that they don't get at home, and they are willing to do anything to get it, even if they have to destroy each other. Meanwhile at home, Billy's relationship with his parents is being strained to the breaking point. In the end, someone will be broken.