Justin is a mischievous high school student living a comfortable life until he gets caught with another boy. He is sent away to a place run by an evil man, where every day is a struggle for survival sanity.
Not all fairies have wings and sprinkle pixie dust. Briar Toadthistle and Shade Sourthorn are attempting a mission they've failed before. If they don't succeed, their heads are on the line. Karma isn't limited to the human realm, though, and a choice made may prove more costly than either of them anticipated.
Workaholic Sloan, thought he was living the perfect life with his boyfriend Tobias, until a freak accident shed light on their relationship. The fall out could ruin them, or set them on a different path..
Bobby accidently discovers a secret world under the Ocean City Boardwalk. He finds love there but there's also his real life back in Carmel with boyfriend Cary. Bobby has choices to make, one of which cannot be undone.
When Kevin's boyfriend, Mark, abandons him at another party, he runs into his ex, Aaron. Together, they learn why Mark abandons Kevin at every party they go to. What will they discover and what will happen to Mark once the truth comes out?
Will Carmichael is visiting his father who lives in a nursing home. One word which his father keeps repeating, holds the power to change Will's life. During his journey to uncover the word's meaning, Will makes discoveries that affect both him and his father.
For three years Kingston has hidden within the trenches, in plain sight, using the mud and uncertainty as a cover, only possible because he refuses to let his internal beast out for any length of time. But what will happen when he is given the chance to let the beast free?
If life was there for the taking, then it might look a lot like Kay Walker’s life. A good family with liberal and accepting attitudes, doing impressively well at college both on and off the field, a big circle of friends, and a promising future.
Of course, there are a couple of problems with this picture. Firstly, it wouldn’t make a very interesting story. And secondly, perhaps more importantly, it’s not quite true. Or at least, it’s not the whole picture.
Oscar is the story of an eighteen-year-old English boy who is done. Done with society, done with pretending to be someone he isn't, and most importantly, done with being alone. But how far will he go to get what he wants? And at what cost?