Chandler Cross, a student at the Chicago Institute of Art, comes across someone new, one day. Someone very much in need of a mentor and a protector. The last thing Chandler ever thought he'd ever be was someone to be looked up to, but that is what he became. A guardian angel for a lost and broken boy, struggling as Chandler once struggled as a gay teen in a less than accepting world. How will he cope with this awesome responsibility now that he has Brandon . . .
For the residents of New York City, the Covid-19 pandemic took most by surprise. Schools closed and teens and preteens, used to seeing each other everyday, found themselves instead with parents and siblings. Online conferencing was a poor substitute for human touch and nothing could replace the kiss of a boyfriend or girlfriend.
Dave had enough to worry about with his mother being as a nurse, but when she was admitted to the ICU at Bellevue, his uncles from Seattle and his boyfriend became his lifeline. He couldn't help but wonder, though, what would become of him if she didn't make it.
TJ Michaels is dealing with the loss of his father, finishing High School and then going off to college. Before his audition he meets the boy of his dreams dancing and singing sensation JC Woolery the winner of America's Got Talent. This story will follow the boys as they rediscover their love for each other. Some characters names maybe familiar to you from Ronyx's Dancing on a Star. While they will make some appearance the story is focusing on TJ and JC. You don't need to read his story for this one to make sense. There are no spoliers as this is of my own imagination as I do not know how D.O.S. will end.
Continuation of Worth the Struggle series, in this book the kids are growing. The adults lives have evolved as have the multitude of families. The struggles have definitely continued, but so has the fun. Join us as the journey of life continues on.
Jack Woolery's life was safe and secure. He was attending high school, and he had no intention of coming out to his parents or best friend, Jimmy. Then Tracy Craft moves in across the street and changes his plans. Tracy, a new student and an aspiring ballet dancer, is strong and confident. He challenges Jack to reevaluate his life. Can Jack become friends with an openly gay boy and yet maintain the secret life he trusts?
Seth may be two years younger than his friend, Hayden, but he enjoys talking to him often whenever they get a chance to be alone. However, their friendship on the surface may be hiding some secret benefits for both parties involved. And their friendly conversations over the phone may just be a bit more than Hayden is willing to admit. At least for now.
The Farm At Maple Hollow is the saga of a love story, surviving the many trials and tribulations of two like-minded young men as they attempt build their lives together. It all began as school let out in the summer of 1969. It’s a tale of a love so rare that it spanned the generations to follow. It is the tale of two ordinary boys discovering themselves, and the larger, turbulent world around them.
Follow the story of Arik Peterson as he embarks on a journey of self discovery who he is and what he lives for.
Even though Jamie and his best friend, Silas, are pretty much known for mentally drooling over every cute boy they come across...adolescent hormones and all...it was 'Ricky' that always manages to shoot to the top of the list whenever they're in the same room with him. Even though Ricky is interested in girls, Jamie is beginning to wonder just how 'straight' he is.
Ricky has just moved into a house across the street from him this past Summer. Just how 'curious' might Ricky be...if given the chance to ask?
Chris, an 18 year old homeschooled teenager whose life is upended as he meets a new teen in town, his life starts to change as he discovers secrets about his new found friend and his family as he embarks in a journey of love, self-discovery, and change.
Following the death of his mother, fifteen-year-old Robbie is forced to move from England to start a new life living with his uncle’s family in Canada. Homesick, confused, and missing his close friend, it soon becomes clear to his new family that Robbie is carrying a lot more baggage than he arrived with.