Can a man ever truly go home again? Can he become who he's meant to be, in a place he never expected to find acceptance? These are questions for Wren as he struggles with life, love, and the legacy of his family.
The story of Reeve Harcourt Owen Lawson, better known by his initials as Rhol, an orphan at the tender age of 17 years and in his final year at a Grammar School in Perth Western Australia.
Shortly before his death, his father had purchased and arranged the delivery of a European river ship, and with the assistance of the family lawyer and the house butler, Rhol is able to remain at school and be in the guardianship of the family butler, until he turns 18 in a few months time.
With the dramatic reunion of Sebastian and Lewis now over, and they having settled into their home in the Gascoyne region of WA, Xander settles down to life in Western Australia, attending boarding school, in the Western suburbs and spending weekends at the twins luxury home down the road, on the banks of the Swan River, but it is not long before events take a change of course for Xander.
After a tragic accident brings his old life in London to an end, shy teenager Gianni is sent to live with his estranged grandparents in the beautiful surroundings of Italy’s Amalfi Coast.
There, he meets the irrepressible Angelo, who promises to show him his world and, as the long, hot summer days unfold, slowly helps Gianni to heal.
Gianni’s new life in the sun brings him friendship of a kind that he has never known and, with it, important discoveries about himself. But what will the future hold when the summer of the firefly comes to an end?
Even the best of friends can sometimes grow apart during their adolescent years. And it hurts Dylan even more when romantic feelings begin to blossom for the boy who you keep close to your heart. So when a new boy comes along to rival his favorite boy's attention, will Dylan find a way to regain his status in his sweetheart's eyes? Or will he lose it all to the cutie who has seemingly captured his affections?
Henry has made it to university, but without Ed. Instead he finds himself in a first-year house share in Cranwell with Eddie Peacher, Andy’s problem brother, and the nervous Gavin. Between them, they find themselves combating the appalling Frank Hutchinson, landlord of the King's Cross, and unearth a mystery of the ages, to solve which is death.