Jake's adventures continue in this funny book about the small Los Angeles apartment building he lives in. It's full of hot, young people who spend a lot of time nearly naked around the pool. But they're often bonkers.
Georgie’s younger brother Simon turns up with some friends to celebrate his seventeenth birthday, but the next morning, a monumental hangover and an unexpected discovery threaten to cast a shadow over their close family bond.
Wes Carter is an accomplished and successful banker. He's attractive in his own unique ways. In his eyes, nothing beats the golden Adonis; the blondies. They are the perfect human species. Wes finds himself unable to resist their smell, temptations, and body. However, what if… these Adonises bring nothing but bad luck to Wes?
Reflections of the past, realities of the present, and hopes for the future. These aren't prompts, and anything could wind up here, from poetry to monologues. It's all about words, and the forms they lead us to.
This is a third peek into the lives of Maurice and David. They have found each other later in their lives, and are learning to navigate something unexpected. A newfound love. This story stands alone, but will resonate better if you have read the first two installments.
Steve and Chris, who met and became close in Thrift Shop Nation, return in another tale.
Working at the thrift shop has proved to be both interesting and rewarding for the boys. The summer is nearing its end, but both want the job to go on. They have been discovering that the thrift shop is more than just a job, and that Debbi is more than just a boss.
And that life among the world of 'previously owned' items is a long way from being dull...