In this send-up of Trump's America, grifters, drifters; liars, cheats and lovers; rapscallions and wags; pathicks, punks and pornstars all collide in a SoCal, Vegas and Baja California adventure to restore one man's sacred libido.
But will he still have his twink boyfriend by the end of it…?
Remembering summer nights and lakeside settings, best friends come together to renew their camping traditions one year after graduating high school. Lee is nervous his drunken coming out via Skype has ruined everything. But an invite and the glimmer of hope they can repair their friendship is impossible for him to turn down, especially after Lee spent a lonely year at college.
Connor is a miserable guy. He hates his job, hates his family, his girlfriend, and pretty much everyone else too. Then he finds a naked boy in his backyard with a serious case of amnesia, and slowly, Connor begins to care. But the boy has secrets. Someone is hunting him, and lights appear in the sky. Just who is this odd, beautiful boy, and just what is he capable of?
In the peaceful city of Pury, a serial killer seems to have grown overnight, with bodies of the victims surfacing over the last few weeks. What they don't know, though, is that there's more than one killer. And they're recruiting more.
Original Summary: Jordan and Alex, members of a serial killing group, talk about their first murders.
All Hopes Insane Asylum for the Mentally Ill, An old decrepit hospital for the Mentally unsound. It is here where the beginning of our story ends...
Dr. Margaret Penner, a veteran doctor who's sanity is put to the test when seven new arrivals resurrect demons from her past. The only major problem is if these demons are only in her nightmares and imagination, why can her patients see them too?
In the sequel to 318 Winesap Lane, Troy runs away from a juvenile mental health facility and nearly loses his life. He is rescued by a man who will significantly impact his future in New York City, but life in the big city is not easy. Meanwhile, Erik lives in an Upper East Side apartment overlooking Central Park, which to him makes little sense since he’s blind. Unlikely as it may seem, the boys are reunited and their renewed friendship blossoms into love. Unfortunately, life isn’t easy in the city and the boys encounter many speedbumps in their journey to adulthood.