Sixteen-year-old Avery is in trouble, yet again, but this time, he’s in over his head. On the run, Avery is faced with hardships and fear. He must become what he’s always despised to survive. He discovers new reasons to hate, until fate brings him to Graymoor Mansion, and he discovers a disturbing connection to the past.
Through the eyes of a boy murdered more than a century before, Avery discovers that all is not as he believed. Avery is soon forced to face the greatest challenge of all: looking into his own heart.
Sean is head over heels in love with his new boyfriend Nick, but there is trouble in paradise. Could a boy so beautiful really love plain, ordinary Sean? Sean cannot believe so and desperately tries to transform himself into the ideal young hunk, only to learn that it is what’s inside that matters.
Keeper of Secrets is the story of two cousins - one a gay youth, the other an adolescent gay basher. Fate and the pages of a 100-year-old journal bring them together and change their lives forever.
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- D. J. Macey
another good novel by mark
as always this novel is as good as all mark a roeder novels it's a real good listen
- Phoenix Nimitz
Excellent learning lessons!
This book starts off about a bully who hurts. beats, and (maybe) kills because he hates gay boys. But, over time, he doesn't change his ways until he meets a certain ghost. And I will for warn you that this book is a little more graphic (violence) then the other books. But, very well written. very well done narration. And some life lessons are learned not only by the characters in the book. but by the listener/reader.