Mark is looking forward to a dreamy summer at the cottage on the lake before leaving home to attend college in the city. To his dismay, he discovers his parents' best friends will be there-with their son, Tom-and Mark's parents want the two young men to open the cottage themselves, preparing it for their parents' arrival a week later.Mark and Tom haven't seen each other for years, but they have a week to get reacquainted. Mark remembers Tom as the bane of his childhood summers-a rowdy, energetic kid whose idea of fun was directly opposite his own bookish, imaginative interests. For Mark these seven days hold the potential for a number of firsts: his first post-high school friendship, first sexual experiences, and maybe, if he's lucky, his first love. But for these to happen, he must first challenge the prejudices he's carried since childhood.
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Dreamspinner Press, LLC
May 31, 2011
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