Book one - Sam Dorsey and his 16 Candles
Sam never liked his birthdays because not a single one of them was happy...When he turned one, he fell face-down into his birthday cake; when he turned five, he broke his left arm; when he turned seven, he broke his right arm and his left leg; and when he turned 12, his house caught fire. Now Sam is about to turn 16, and he is dreading the day. The only birthday wish he has is for Jake, who is the Mr. Popular of Arcadia High, to even acknowledge his existence, or better yet give him a happy-birthday kiss.
Book two - Sam Dorsey and His Dirty Dancing
Sam is turning 17 this year, and he is being pushed toward adulthood too fast. He has a whole bunch of grown-up problems on his hands now: like how to make a distant relationship with your boyfriend work, how to stop yourself from cheating on your boyfriend with a hot friend who wants to be more than friends, and how to detach yourself from your parents and follow your dreams independently. But all that is just too much for a 17-year-old to handle. So Sam finds himself gravitating toward Eric, a little daredevil who introduces him to fun things, like stealing, lying, drinking, smoking, and having sex.
Book three - Sam Dorsey and His First Days in College
Part one: The First Days in College
Sam worked so hard to get a chance to go to Boston Film Academy, but never in his darkest nightmares could he imagine that he would hate it there from day one.
Part two: Christmas with Mitch
One thing that Mitch dreaded the most was coming out to his family, but now he is being forced to do it because his mother is relentless trying to set him up on a date with a nice girl, just one date, or maybe two, or a dozen; and that is driving him crazy.
©2015 Perie Wolford (P)2015 Perie Wolford
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"One of my favs."
This series is - just as it's title indicates - as fluffy as popcorn. It's light and silly with a giant heart. The lead character is a hot emotional mess - but who isn't at that age? The narration is charming - well acted rather than just read - with lots of humor and a great sense of timing. I think book two is my favorite. The characters really work their way into your heart and more than once the book has managed to have me shedding a sappy tear. If you've always wanted a gay equivalent of Judy Blume... Sam Dorsey will be a perfect guilty pleasure. :)
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