Forced to grow up quicker than most teenagers at eighteen Joshua is far more independent that anyone else his age. What if there is an irreparable rift between the one person who is supposed to understand you the most...your twin? Josh and Joe are completely identical but are different in every way possible. Joe is on a football scholarship and very popular with an amazing girlfriend. Josh is more reserved, throws himself into work to avoid his twin and the growing anxiety that he will never fill this void that's weighing him down.
It started off as a simple, innocent friendship between two college students brought together by an English project. Noah is shy, quiet and nerdy, while Jordan is the exact opposite, athletic, social and outgoing. A series of events, a break up, an unexpected injury, bring the two closer together. And as the pair delve deeper into their project, they realize that simple, innocent friendship may not be so simple or innocent after all.
It's the digital age, where people can order groceries, they can order drinks, and dating is done through an app, and its all done from their mobile phone. What if the impressions we left with people online had a real world consequences. A killer is using a dating app as his murder list. Anyone that ignores or treats him “wrong” is a target. Will Enzo be his next victim?
Patrick (or Trick to his friends) is starting college and has put his rough high school days behind him. Cody, one of his former bullies, is back in Patrick's life and won't let him get away easily this time.
Stephen McLeod, an early Computer Science Geek passes from High School to University in the 1980s, during an hysterical, venomous and lengthy battle to reform New Zealand's archaic laws against male homosexuality.
Paradoxically, the political battle makes it both easier and harder for a young man to come out and make his way in gay society that is finally emerging from the shadows.
This is the third book in The Barnstable Chronicles. While you don't necessarily have to read the first two stories to enjoy this one, I highly recommend that you at least read Book One, Stitcher as many of the people and events in that story are referenced here. If you haven't read the second book, Charlie Danner Finds His Way, you can read it at any time.
Dominic is put in a difficult situation as his mother is divorced. He ends up living with his succesful step-brother, and as time goes Dominic discovers his growing feelings of love for Anikin, which comes with uncertainties and problems. How to handle the feelings, does he confess, will Dominic have his love in the end? A sudden episode occurs and a swift turn of events follows. How will it turn out for the two of them?