Faith

Faith

by Archie Hellshire

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Overview

Tuck is switching dorms. He's had enough of his roommate's odd hours, strange behavior, and teasing from his football teammates, who think there's something more between them. He's just put the last pad into his duffel bag when the campus goes on lockdown and the police swarm in.

They say that Tuck's roommate, Sam, is a wanted man, but Tuck knows better. Sam is no criminal; he won't even let Tuck kill spiders. Tuck takes a risk and helps Sam escape from the clutches of the authorities, and together they try to make it off the campus. As they try to evade the search parties, it becomes clear that they're after something more than Sam; a secret project Sam's been working on that has billion-dollar implications.

Tuck's not sure what's going on. He's not sure what the truth is or who to trust. He's not sure they're going to make it out of this. And as the night wears on, he's not sure how he really feels about Sam anymore. Sam is always sure about Tuck, though, and Tuck isn't going to let him down.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161598559
Publisher: NineStar Press
Publication date: 10/15/2018
Series: Graphene , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Archie Hellshire is an author with aspirations of being able to write. He was born in the Caribbean where he developed a love of nature, the metric system, and high temperatures. In school, lacking any athletic or social ability, he became a very bookish person, indulging in the works of Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett, JK Rowling, and Charles Dodgson. Despite being well read, he struggled with dyslexia and would forever remain horrible at spelling. The advent of Spell Checker reignited his dreams of becoming an author.

Archie grew up in a family and culture that was not tolerant of homosexuals, and he spent his entire young life in the closet, retreating into his books and a rich fantasy life. In the theater of his mind, the romances he read could be edited to be male couples. He dreamed of one day writing his own stories and living his own happy ending.

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