Hunter, a brilliant gay teenager, has just lost his boyfriend to Cyber Bullying. In his search for the culprits, he uncovers a massive conspiracy that will force him to face an integrated world, without boundaries or ethics. It is a world of Fundamentalism, Intrigue, Covert-actions, and Enmity. Where success and failure are relative to its silent "Observers". Can he achieve justice for his dead boyfriend and all those trapped in this "Web" of conflict?
Ben got out of a bad relationship and has managed to re-start his life. Maybe. Hopefully. Or will the past come back to haunt him? Rick wasn't ready to settle down until he met Ben, and then everything changed. How can he convince Ben he's serious? In the end, both must answer the final question: is he the one I want?
It was close. Humanity almost destroyed itself. Among the ruins there's only one Island city which still has technology the rest of the world can only envy. The entire city depends on spark. If anything were to happen to it… Well. it's better not to think about it. My name's Rick. I'm a Peacekeeper in that city. My city. I'll defend it from anyone who tries to destroy our source of spark. Even if it's a secret agent, deadly and cunning...
Every morning Romeo waits for Mr. J. Gerald to enter the coffee shop and order his coffee of choice. He loves hearing J's voice and secretly hopes that one day he'll have the guts to talk to him about more than coffee and muffins.
‘You’re gay.’ Andi hears the quaver of his own voice and clears his throat again.
‘Yeah,’ Ronan says slowly. ‘And you’re a guy.’
Ronan has been there for Andi since he began his transition. Now he wants to come visit and Andi is overjoyed, but he can't quite bring himself to believe that Ronan is truly interested in him, when his body isn't exactly what most gay men would want.
"1968" is a sequel to "Chronicles of an Academic Predator." It takes place in (big surprise) 1968, amid the revolutionary climate of the United States and France. Author's Note: The events of this year were huge, and were constant, I can't imagine a year in recent history that was so convulsive. In fact, there were so many major events that sometimes it felt like writing the story was like wrapping the characters around the history, rather than the other way around.