This is the story of seventeen-year-old Quinn Moore. He has a loving family, good friends and a girlfriend he's deemed as perfect. Quinn's also gay, not that he's about to admit it. He likes things just the way they are, thank you. But then he meets Jude Landon, and everything in Quinn's comfortable world is turned upside down.
***Winner of the 2013 Readers Choice Awards for the Best Story by a Promising Author *** :D The city is full of all kinds of people. Being a bartender, Asher Burkhart has seen them all. Atleast he thinks has until Michael Waters shows up.
Jeff's a decent guy from the wrong side of the tracks. Badly hurt by a failed relationship, he's wary of commitment. Evan lost his first love ten years ago and still isn't quite over it. After a chance meeting, they realize that this could be more than they ever hoped for, if they can find the courage to trust and believe. (in progress)
When a new boy arrives in the middle of the night in a small rural town in Ireland. A local boy takes interest in the new arrival. Soon the boys are forced to confront each other due to the adults wanting them to bond. What appears to start off as nothing more than nervous giggles and jittery speech, turns into a friendship that only two boys can come to understand. A bond will forever change and form between both, that has never been experienced nor thought of until the ball drops and someone finally makes a move. How will the boy's parents, friends, and love for each other come together to either work in their favor or wedge them apart?
So many people see life as Black or White, no Gray areas. Chase Montgomery soon learns that life is not that way when he meets Kaleb Fitzgerald, a young man who challenges the stereotype of those diagnosed with intellectual disabilities, teaches him how to see things in shades of gray...
Oli Volkov is not particularly good at being a werewolf. He much prefers his quiet life on the outskirts of town, working freelance for an ad agency, and visiting home whenever he absolutely has to. But when his neighbour comes to him with an injured dog who is actually a wolf, Oli finds that his life is about to undergo some rather dramatic changes.
West Harding is confused, not about being gay, he knew *that*, but rather about why no one will believe him. Not his gay Hockey coach Andrew Highmore, not even Peter, the boy he’s interested in. Things get steadily harder when West finds out that he’s been asked to lead his team into the finals. Can Will Carter help this kid find his dreams when his own life is slipping out of control?