One man tries to understand what he had done to make his family keep secrets from him, all the while trying to make a life with his boyfriend. Will he be the better person? Will he get back what is rightly his?
Henry and his older brother William have suffered many years of abuse. They have been given a chance to leave there past behind and create a new life for themselves, but they have a dark secret that could cost them their second chance. How long can they keep this secret hidden before it starts hurting the people they care about.
Weeping Lily is a band, a group of friends with an unique style who are definately going places. Their star is on the ascendent and, against expectations they are taking the world by storm. They have everything they ever dreamed of. However, one of them is wounded possibly beyond repair, one of them is in love with the wrong person and all of them are confused. Then something happens, something so huge and terrible it rips their world apart. Will any of them recover?
Nathan is an teen with the greatest looks, drop dead gorgeous, has a perfect family, perfect girlfriend and the greatest friends and he is the quaterback of their school football team...Everything is perfect until he meets Chris.
"You ever meet those people, that seem to look not at you, as a person, but into your soul? Everything that you are, you've become, and you'll be. You don't know how to fix it, and they can see right through your fucking facade. I was terrified."
Seemingly apathetic, Caden struggles to deal with daily issues - or really, just to care at all. Though with the appearance of a red haired delinquent, things might start to change.
A genderqueer teenager named Ryder is sentenced to court ordered group therapy and community service after a stunt involving Adderall and public urination. As xe explores xyr own identity, makes friends, and gets into trouble, xe discovers that growing up and getting older isn't all it's cut out to be.
A coming of age story about Andy Collins and friends. As he deals with his sexual orientation, he and his friends must also confront abuse and murder in the small mining town of Pine Hills, nestled away in the Appalachian Mountains of Eastern Kentucky.
Even behind bars, Jacoby has found joy in life. Love. Family. Even happiness. That doesn't mean the sins of his past won't catch up to him, though. In prison, there is nowhere to hide from them. He's trapped. What would you do to guarantee your freedom? Would you betray everything and everyone you loved? How can you be sure who might be holding a shiv to your back?
Sean is moving up in the world, academically, but he's off to a rough start with a bully and a fight in the first day. He hopes to hide his humble beginnings, but quickly finds himself in the middle of romance and murder that leaves little room for secrets.
There are two men struggling to pass through denial, guilt, anger, bargaining, depression, hopefulness to finally get to the acceptance stage.
The story is a 'ripped from the headlines' kind of tale. It's based on actual events, but the stories and characters are completely fictional. The subject matter is very grim. It's definitely rated mature and if you are sensitive, this won't be the story for you.
Ehren's act of kindness pays off when he's most desperate for a place to hide. Tris, though, is more than he ever hoped for. His old life, before hitting the streets, is revealed and the glimmer of a future unfolds.