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When their families celebrate Christmas at his parents' cabin, George receives one request from his boyfriend's little sister, Courtney--break up with her brother. George is devastated that the cute as a button high school freshman has gone from loving to hating him with no explanation as to why, and insecurities about his relationship with Max rear their ugly head.
Max tries to distract and comfort George, but Courtney becomes more hostile and less festive by the minute, upsetting everyone in the house. George leaves to do some last minute shopping and to give Courtney some space only to run into his ex-boyfriend, which further complicates everything.
Sometimes mixing Christmas with family is a toxic combination.
David McCourt's makeshift family moves in together and forms a protective cocoon around him. But they don't know David's whole story, and he finds the constant noise a distraction instead of a help.
Bobby, Chris, and Austin want to help David however possible--but he needs to open up.
Jackson crossed a line he never thought he would. He wants to take a chance with David, even if his dreams of a normal life are firmly rooted with Alyssa.
The group has the makings of a rag tag family, but secrets--old and new--threaten their fragile bond. The community takes sides and David ends up where he doesn't want to be: the center of everything.
CONTENT ADVISORIES: This title has a "to be continued" ending and contains both MF and MM scenes. (305 pages)
George Sanders threw himself into his research trying to bury his broken heart. The past week out in the field gathering research for his doctorate thesis hasn't gone any better than the previous six months. The only positive is the company of his friend, and lab assistant, Max Flint.
Max's behavior has become erratic and their conversations awkward and stilted. When Max kisses him and asks for more, George isn’t sure he can handle his advances, especially if Max is leaving for another university.
Can George figure out what's happening before it's too late and Max leaves him for good? Or will the past keep him from seeing what's been right in front of him for the last four years?
David McCourt knows pain and loss. Transferring to Capstone Ridge University fulfills a longtime goal and David hopes to leave his past behind. He wants a chance to start over with a clean slate, a new life, and zero complications.
Everyone likes Bobby Daniels and he likes helping people. After seeing the hurt David carries around, Bobby decides to help his awkward roommate come out of his shell--with the help of some friends and a nutty professor.
Jackson Black is attracted to guys, but buries it deep, thinking he'll find the right women and fix the problem. Until the intense stare of David McCourt completely undoes him.
David has his hands full trying to figure life out. When he gets hurt, friends and lovers surround him, trying to help close the wounds.
But it may not be enough.
CONTENT ADVISORIES: This book has a "to be continued" ending and topics of rape or near rape.
After his partner dies Dan, is left to care for their six-year-old son. Gabriel is a new volunteer at a shelter and meets a 'client' running scared. Can Gabe teach Danny to love again? Or will Dan keep running?