It's the summer of 1983, and Trent Days is Major League Baseball's rookie sensation. Since he was born in Alaska to an Inupiat mother, the press have dubbed him the Eskimo Slugger, but a midseason collision at home plate temporarily halts his meteoric rise to the top.
"The Missing Piece of the Pie"
Ben Walsh is well on his way to becoming one of Manhattan's top litigators, with a gorgeous boyfriend and friends on the A-list. His life is perfect until he gets a phone call that brings it all crashing down: a car accident takes his parents, and now he must return to Austin to raise three teenage brothers he barely knows.
"A simple read"
Music. Topher Manning rarely thinks about anything else, but his day job as a mechanic doesn't exactly mesh with his rock-star ambitions. Unless he can find a way to unlock all the songs in his head, his band will soon be on the fast track to obscurity. Then the South by Southwest music festival and a broken-down car drop New York critic Stanton Porter into his life. Stanton offers Topher a ticket to the Bruce Springsteen concert, where a hesitant kiss and phantom vibrations from Topher’s cell phone kick off a love story that promises to transcend ordinary possibility.
"What a Treat!!"
What if youth wasn't wasted on the young? On the eve of his 40th birthday, Ian Parker buys an enchanted chocolate from a mysterious candy store - then wakes up from a nap two decades younger. With a new lease on life, Ian sets his sights on handsome architect Bartley James. He pursues Bartley as Ian's 21-year-old alter ego, Ryan, with decidedly unexpected results.
"Did Not Finish - Narrator not for me."