Charles Aughtly is the big man on campus, and that's just how he likes it. Known for his big money and even bigger attitude, Charles' secrets have secrets. That's his comfort zone, where he feels safest. He's not one to venture out.
That is, until the new kid, Lucas Sawyer, shows up on campus all hot and single, making Charles' life oh, so difficult. When Charles makes the stupid decision to anonymously email Lucas about his feelings, the two begin a wild online relationship that has Charles swooning.
The thing is, nobody knows Charles is gay, least of all Lucas Sawyer, and with their relationship heating up, Charles doesn't know how long he can keep his secret.
Forget Me (Not)
Liam Dawson resolved to never go home. With a family who would never accept him and a town that was more hostile than welcoming, he never thought he would have an issue with his choice. But when his parents die in a tragic accident, he is forced to return to deal with their estate. After medically transitioning over his eight years away, he finds that no one from town recognizes him. He figures it's safer to go stealth, pretend to be a stranger, handle his business, and leave before he can be caught.
Until he gets a message on his old Skype account from his high school friend, Duncan Lange. Like the others, Duncan hasn't connected the dots about Liam's true identity. Not wanting to risk being discovered, Liam decides to continue the charade: play the part of the daughter his parents always dreamed of online, while continuing to be his true self in real life.
But old feelings start to resurface, and Liam soon learns that secrets pile on fast.
Requiem of the Divine
Theo Jones is no stranger to moving. Having spent his life traveling from place to place for his father’s job, Theo thinks he has seen everything the world has to offer. Every town, every city, every suburban nightmare–it’s all exactly the same. The same types of people, the same boring schools, the same routine day in and day out. That is, until Mission Creek.
On the surface, Jace Douglass has it all–popularity, talent, and a promising future. But after the death of his father two years before, Jace inherited a large debt–a debt owed to none other than the Gods themselves. Now, Jace must juggle his newfound job as a Vessel to the Goddess of Death, and keeping the divine world a secret from his nosey classmates. Until a chance encounter with the new kid exposes everything.
There’s only one problem: Theo is human, and humans can’t see traces of the Divine.
So why can Theo?
Updates: COMING APRIL 2023!