A young boy is sold into sexual slavery by his parents. After six years he is rescued by the police and put into a psychological and educational treatment facility where he stays until finally being placed with foster parents.
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.
For Josh and Colin, life is complex enough without love intruding. But as their relationship deepens, both must take a chance and abandon their fears and the ghosts of their pasts to take the next step. Deciding to risk it all for love is one thing, but making it work is another entirely. Will they discover the ties that bind them to eachother are stronger than the ties to their own pasts and fears?
This story follows teens as they navigate friends, the foster care system and finding out who they are. There may or may not be a supernatural element at play. The series does feature references to the band Jethro Tull, a recurring theme.
Andy and his mom move in with Aunt Glady's deep in the country, only to find that the openly gay boy next door has been openly fantasizing about Andy being his for over two years. A small issue though, Andy isn't gay. . .
This promises to be an emotional roller coaster. It was my very first story in this genre and remains my favorite. Keep a box of tissue nearby. Both kinds of tears, happy and sad.
This is the Chapter Version for those looking for smaller bites to chew on. Philip Helios, as with all Centurions he possesses unequaled strength in combat. But as with the stars themselves that which shines twice as bright bright burns out twice as fast for none of their kind has lived one day past their 40th year. The living mirror image of these great warriors is Jason Argot true Legatio born. His kind suffer from acute hemophilia where the merest cut can lead to death. Can the two find love?
Josh is getting older and has stopped taking in more boys. Danny and Brandon decide to move back to keep the dream alive. Do they really understand what they’re getting into or will they be in over their heads?
Frankie is unable to find a job in law enforcement, so he joins the Army as an M.P. After training, he is sent to a very dangerous prison. Jake is diagnosed with prostate cancer and Josh has to deal with a school board member who is raising a stink about the gay-straight alliance. Will he succeed?