Two teenagers become best friends at boarding school, growing ever closer as one falls under the spell of the poetry, personality, and physical beauty of the other: Michael, whose red-silk dressing gown worn for their intimate reads entrances the other boy in ways he is not aware of until after they are expelled. Suddenly Michael confronts him.
Teenage Justin's summer is suddenly made even hotter by the appearance of a mysterious and very handsome young artist wearing a leopard print bathing suit that sparks his imagination and his heart. Can his dreams of the enticing stranger become reality? Written in a vivid and poetic style, colorfully describes this story of a gay youth's infatuation, fantasy, longing and love.
The Ghosts of Grand Central stories are interwoven with the dual themes of ghosts and the Grand Central Station Terminal. The stories vary in time period from the 1800s to the present, from pure imagination to historically based fiction. Some of the stories are humorous, some thought provoking, and some are frightening. Generally, the stories are short in length, the thought being that one might listen to this audiobook on a train, and that in transit concentration and time may be limited.
In this witty and whimsical story of Grand Central Ghosts, a man is suddenly transformed into a cat: some people's dream, other's worst nightmare, but Grand Central has seen it all. Interwoven with the dual themes of ghosts and the Grand Central Station Terminal.