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In many ways, Kyle Evans is living his dream. He’s got a job he loves as a music teacher, working with elementary school students. He’s a bit of an introvert, though, and hasn’t had much of a social life since college. When he literally runs into his neighbor one day, all of that changes. Dan Richards is tall, dark, and handsome, and it soon becomes apparent that he’s interested in Kyle. After a rocky start, they hit it off, and within three years they’ve bought a home together and are engaged to be married. But Kyle now faces a dilemma. He wants to get his fiancé the perfect Christmas gift, but he has very little money. He puts on his thinking cap and devises a plan to deliver a spectacular surprise, but it’s going to take a little bit of ingenuity, a big sacrifice on his part, and a whole lot of luck.
Damien and Christian are best friends with VERY different destinies. One faces eternal bliss while the other is headed straight to hell.
Damien has a lot going for him. A recent college graduate, he’s landed the perfect job and has already purchased his first home. What he doesn’t have is someone to share his success with. When his best childhood friend Christian pays him a visit, Damien discovers Christian is headed into the ministry. He’s going to be a missionary to Brazil. Before leaving Christian wants to say goodbye to Damien and try to convince him to turn his life over to God. Christian fears that Damien’s hedonistic homosexual lifestyle can lead his friend to one tragic destination: hell.
The two go out for breakfast together and engage in a heated debate. Still upset, Damien pulls out in front of a semi-truck and both of them are hurled into eternity. What happens next? Only the devil knows…
The Left Hand Path
William Austin has always wanted to be a nurse. He's been given the gift of compassion, and he's happiest in the role of care provider. His problem, though, is that he gets too attached to his patients. Sometimes he's unable to heal them, and it breaks his heart. He's at a crossroads, and must make a decision. Is the gratification he feels rewarding enough to offset his pain and disappointment?
Enter Blaine Coventry, an altruistic, young attorney. He offers Will a chance to make some good money over the summer caring for his Uncle Elliot who's suffered a very debilitating stroke. Will accepts the job mainly because it's an offer that's almost too good to be true. Plus, he hopes he can really help Elliot.
But when Will arrives at the plantation home of his patient, he faces several challenges. Elliot's been severely affected by the stroke, unable to walk or talk. Elliot's husband, James, informs Will that their goal is simply to keep Elliot comfortable until he passes. Will has other plans, though, certain he can help rehabilitate his patient.
As Elliot begins to make remarkable progress in his recovery, Will meets with resistance from James. Something doesn't seem right, and Will begins to investigate. What he discovers is a chilling secret that threatens to forever change the course of Will's life...or perhaps end it altogether.
Robbie Myers has difficulty talking to people. Not only is he shy, but he seems to say the wrong thing every time he opens his mouth. Eighteen and fresh out of high school, he plans to attend community college while living at home with his mom. He remains focused on the things within his comfort zone--work, playing piano, and saving up for his first car. When a mysterious stranger enters his life, Robbie's heart is all a flutter. He can't believe a hot-looking, worldly guy like seventeen year old Colt Abernathy might possibly be interested in him. When Colt asks Robbie out, he feels like he's in a dreamworld. Their relationship progresses until one day, in the heat of passion, Colt's true nature is exposed. Robbie must face the shocking reality that his boyfriend isn't human at all and he's a lot older than seventeen. Colt is a vampire.
For fifteen decades Colt has remained trapped in the body of a seventeen year old. Emotionally, sexually, and physically, he doesn’t age, yet he has over a century of life experience. When he meets eighteen year old Robbie, he knows instantly they’re destined to be together, but how can he convince young Robbie to trust him? When Colt discovers forces are intent upon destroying him, he fears for Robbie’s safety, and it seems as much as they love each other, the challenges they face are insurmountable.
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Jeff Irwin is short, timid, and studious. A bit of a social outcast, he lives quietly in the shadows of the popular kids at his school, his life ruled by his ever-present fear of rejection or failure. Enter high school football hero Brett Willson and the chance for Jeff to embark upon the challenge of educating the world’s dumbest jock. But what develops between Brett and Jeff proves far more challenging than any tutoring session. In 1983, rural Michigan isn’t ready to embrace love between two men, never mind two teenage boys. If they’re going to make a go of it, Jeff will have to come out of his shell—and Brett will have to prove he’s more than just a dumb jock.
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At age sixteen, Todd Hoffman is a social outcast. He lives with his mother in a rundown mobile home and doesn’t wear the nice clothes or drive fancy cars like the other students. He has one outlet: he secretly writes fan fiction about a boy falling in love with another boy he’s crushing on, and posts it online.
When Galen Caulfield, Todd’s real life object of affection, notices him and asks him out, Todd feels like he’s living his fantasy. Soon enough he realizes that fantasy and reality are two very different propositions.
Galen is the high school soccer team captain, clearly out of Todd’s league. On top of that, he’s popular, good-looking, and confident, so everyone thinks he’s straight. Now it’s up to Todd to decide whether Galen is the boy of his dreams or just another dumb jock.
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Evan Drake needs to be a role model to his younger brother Brandon, and although he’s a star on his high school basketball team, there’s more to him than meets the eye. He’s interested in many things, including drama and singing, and when he joins drama club, he meets Noah Sheridan, and he’s pretty interested in him, too.
Noah is a super smart, cute but nerdy kid, who has written a high school play about two gay students who attended Boyne City High twenty years ago, and who, in real life, fell in love with each other. When the drama department elects to use the play for their high school musical, Noah urges Evan to audition for the lead role. Evan ultimately decides he wants to be in the play, but when he shows up to audition, it sends shockwaves throughout the school. His teammates are furious, and so is his best friend Bryan. As Evan and Noah grow closer, Bryan gets more traitorous, and it seems he wants nothing more than to see his former friend broken down.
Release Date: March 15, 2013
Jacob Stevens is a high school freshman facing an onslaught of constant bullying. When the unthinkable happens and he falls victim to a cruel prank, he and a small circle of friends band together to form a Losers’ Club. By embracing the name their tormentors have assigned them, they reclaim their power and try to fight back. With the help of a mysterious stranger, Jacob finds the strength he needs to stand up for himself and his friends, a group of losers like himself.