Rider Williams is a typical high school student. He has classes, plays guitar, and dreams of being a journalist. He’s out at school, even if it wasn’t his choice, and he’s secretly dating a boy from the basketball team. Okay, so he’s not your typical high school student.
Rider is a closeted high school student and would be happy to stay that way, if not for two obstacles in his path: an assignment about love, and Cameron Walker, a new student who is so much more than the jock he first appears to be.
It’s 1973 and it seems like Shawn and Will—cousins that look so similar they could be twins—are on top of the world. That high is shattered when tragedy strikes and secrets unravel, but it’s love that will bring them back to peace, if only they can trust in love again.
For Corbin, his secret double-life as a drag queen is the escape he needs from his oppressive life as the son in a hyper-masculine family. But that escape comes to an end when his older brother finds out his secret.
Cameron wants nothing more than to just be left alone and live his life without being considered a freak. Ryder intrudes on that loneliness and, unexpectedly, Cameron is okay with it. But as secrets unravel and people start dying, Cameron must use his greatest secret to save himself—and risk everything in the process.
1973 is a time of social change. Are 15-year-old Shawn Stuart and his best friend Brad ready to accept something that goes deeper than friendship, or will they follow in the path that society expects them to?
It took Jordan and Benjamin a long time to go from former best friends to now boyfriends. But as Christmas rolls around and both young men want to make it a very special one, it seems like the holidays are destined to be ruined. In a desperate trek across New York City to come together for Christmas, Benjamin encounters a little Christmas magic to help make the holidays better than he expected.
17-year-old Cody’s biggest problem isn’t his relationship with a grim reaper so he can get over a past unrequited crush. It’s his “I Know What You Did Last Summer” like situation him and his friends are trying to solve before they die themselves.
What starts with a surprise kiss leads to a year of shared secrets, hidden love, relationship troubles, and broken hearts. For football captain Benjamin Cooper and his secret boyfriend, cheer co-captain Jordan Ortiz, there’s only one thing standing in the way of their love—Ben’s intense need to stay closeted, a need that just might tear them apart.