Everything Will Turn Out Alright
Looking forward to his last year in middle school, Nate Ellis never expected to fall in love by the Gatorade machine at the local pool. But one look at the sexy, sweet, seemingly innocent Vicky Clarke and he goes from aspiring ex virgin to champion of monogamy. But does the boy at the pool feel the same way? And if he did, would that be the end of their story? No. No it wouldn't be. That wouldn't be a very interesting story and if there's one thing Nate's life is, it's interesting. Kind of like a dramedy that's actually funny. So join Nate and Vicky as they navigate a school year filled with sarcastic friends, annoying parents, obsessed girls, amazingly improbable situations, maybe an enemy or two and, of course, that cheesy, sappy kind of love that everyone secretly wants but very few ever find.
Andy Baxter doesn't believe in love, happy endings or even himself really. After years of being the favorite target for anyone who seems to need a target, he's pretty much resigned to the fact that Good Things are pretty much never gonna be for him. All he's got in life is his best friend. Well, and his parents, but he's known for years that he's gonna lose at least his dad when he comes out, so that doesn't really help him much. Then one night he hears a voice on the radio, and everything slowly starts to change. Between bullies and evil gym teachers, flaming queens and overly protective yet annoyingly insulting best friends, and a boy who might just be the one thing that can make him believe in things he always thought he'd never have, Andy's life is about to get very interesting.