Gay? Bisexual? Straight? Jimmy Carlton, in his time, is all those things. A household name, Jimmy has a past his fans know nothing about and Winging It shows us his life with total honesty - the men and women he meets in Hollywood: the (male) producer who trades a movie contract for a night with Jimmy; the virginal goddess film star who insiders know to be a nymphomaniac; the all-action male who always gets the girl in the last reel but with whom Jimmy has a passionate gay relationship. And then, God comes looking for him.
Chris is a young man brought up with three girls, and a girl is what he wishes he had been. The girls dress him as one of them, and he revels in the life that opens up for him. If you don't want to know what it is that men do when they're in bed with other men, you should not listen to this book - but Chris finds that girls, too, are not without their attractions. He falls in love with one, but she is denied to him; he falls in love with another and loses her, too.
Pearl is born into a strict Christian sect. A normal young woman and sexual being, she is seduced by another church member and disgraced. What follows is a life of debauchery in which Pearl enjoys (and is enjoyed by) both men and women. But Kat Carlton is a Christian writer if she is anything, and what we see at the end is the triumph of love; human love and God's love.
Michael, a naïf young man with no sexual experience, is caught on the rebound by a scheming woman who tricks him into committing a dreadful crime. In the years that follow, he attempts to lead a normal life but from time to time, the thing buried in his past breaks through and causes him to offend again, though afterwards, he has no recollection of it - until the next time. He frees himself of his burden at last - but at a terrible price.