Drew Jackson seemed to have it all. He has a family who loves and supports him, a tight circle of friends, and is a rising star with the Milwaukee Mavericks. Then, it all begins to unravel. Cam, the only man he's ever loved, falls head over heels for Drew's teammate. He makes a critical mistake in the playoffs that he's not sure he'll be able to recover from. And then, his world really crashes around him.
"Great story with wonderful narration."
There's never been any question in Sean Tucker's mind that he'd do whatever it took to make it to the major leagues and be one of the best pitchers of his time. The day he acknowledged to himself that he was gay was also the day he vowed to stay in the closet in order to chase his dreams. The problem is, he never counted on Mason Atley.
Jason Klein's living with the fallout from a decision he knew was the right one at the time. He never told anyone about the love of his life, which left him to mourn alone when he found out the man he gave his heart to had been killed in combat. Now, his heart has had time to heal, but he's not sure he's ready to let himself move on. Until he meets Cam Morgan....
Two words stripped Austin Pritchard of the privileged life he was used to. The moment he uttered the words "I'm gay," he realized there is no such thing as unconditional love. Now, he's gone from traveling the world with his family to living on the streets trying to figure out how he's going to stay in school.
Tony DeLuca has to get to New York, nor'easter be damned. His older sister is getting married, and it won't matter to her if the entire East Coast is shut down if it means she's short a groomsman. She's the only reason he's willing to make the trip home to face a father who's never forgiven him for wasting a perfectly good degree to become a firefighter. And that's only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to everything about Tony that his father will never accept.
"GOOD STORY EXTREMELY POOR NARRATION"
You can't choose who you fall in love with. Despite assuming from a young age that he was gay, Scott Murphy couldn't imagine life without Shelly. He threw away the label he'd stuck on his sexuality and had 11 amazing years with her, but now, he feels even more lost trying to figure out how to move on after Shelly's death. After nearly a year of watching Scott fade away, Shelly's father forces him to start living again.
"Decent story destroyed by laughable narration"