People like Katrena are incapable of procreation. It's the price they have to pay for the gift (curse?) they received in their genes. However, here she is, three positive pregnancy tests later, trying to digest the information...
Chip Andrews was living a great life with an accepting family and a loving boyfriend. Though not everyone had a fortunate life after people known as time shifters began escaping into this world from the supposed future. Chip was a champion for these people; however, things start to become complicated after encountering his childhood friend, Topher Maguire which quickly leads to a domino effect. They both have a lot of baggage that involved their once close friendship with Chip suddenly becoming a target by unknown forces as Topher continues his search for the truth while protecting the man he once loved. Welcome to Hullabaloo, New Mexico.
Two twin boys, and gay. How to tell this story is simple but complicated. Devon a boy of 16 struggling with difficulties of a home life. Josh a boy of the same age, that has everything he wants, but one thing, his brother. Both are struggling with their past and maybe present. Hopefully they find each other. Together they might overcome, what is to come.
Ben Carleson, an established gay lawyer, deftly juggles a pair of complicated trials. His client: a very nice guy. His opponents: a pair of as-bright lawyers, one a bit more skilled and slicker than the other. The object: justice, as usual.
All works posted here are Fan Fictions for the MetaWolf series written by JAR here on GA. His work can be found here.
Please be sure to read the NOTE at the top of each chapter as it says when during the series of MetaWolf that each takes place. Know that each chapter has the potential to hold MAJOR SPOILERS for any part of the MetaWolf Series that have transpired before the chapter takes place.
Another installment of Modern High. This time things have changed. Zachary is now a Vampire and as for Jacob, he's going to be turned into something as well. Come along for the adventure of seeing where they end up.
They say you can survive high school. Well, perhaps not. A homage to slashers, everything Lynchian, high schools, crime and punishment, sex and conservatism, popular culture and romance, this loosely written and casually spun novella takes you into the repressed and the debauched, the murders and the laughs, the families and the friends of a good ole American town where nothing is as it seems, and no one is going to be a hero. All of it began with the murder of a young girl.