Green Tea and Pink Apples
by R. Cooper
Matt has spent years creating a reputation for uselessness to keep his family from pushing him into the life they want for him. At a family party, Matt winds up with Santi, his childhood friend, and the one person who sees through his act. He's not sure what he is to Santi, but deep down, he knows what Santi is to him, and he is sick of pretending. Can he finally reach for what he wants?