"Who is he, that boy across the room that makes his heart squeeze painfully?" For Libby Drew's young protagonists, this sudden attraction is a revelation, the first step on the path to self-discovery. If you're looking for unique, provocative fiction that grabs you and doesn't let go, you've come to the right place: first times as memorable as they are awkward, whether it's that first kiss, that first night, or that first realization that the rules of love aren't set in stone.
Derrick dislikes train travel, and this particular route through the mountains always makes him nervous. Meeting a handsome stranger is exactly the distraction he needs, until the remarkable reason for his new friend's presence is revealed.
Aaron thought nothing would be different in his new town of Ridgton. Instead, nothing is the same. When he meets Chris, he finds not only a fellow baseball player, but a close friend – one who gives him the courage to explore the things about himself he's been hiding.
One small town, two murders, and countless suspects. Irreverent police chief, Quent, and his reluctant side-kick, Cale McCoy, must discover the truth behind the crimes before anyone else loses their life. Circumstances become even more complicated when new kid in town, Drew Marcus, turns out to be the biggest mystery of all.
Nate, on the run with his young sister, meets Will, a man who has given up on life. Their new friendship sets them both down the healing path: Will shows Nate that his fascination with his neighbor, Brandon, is nothing to fear, while Nate reminds Will that living is all about letting go of the past and embracing your desires, no matter what your age
In a world where some people are born Gifted, able to use their minds to influence people and control objects, agent Aleck Devlin's mission is simple: find rogue agent Grier Crist and report his whereabouts to the Organization.