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The Next Generation

John H. Ames

Publisher: John H. Ames

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Summary

Surviving Elite High fans, the wait is over! More romance, drama and mystery are unfolding at Elite High before the back-to-school bell has even rung!

Seventeen year old, blond-hair, blue-eyed and adorable Robbie Carroll, orphaned at a young age and mysteriously never adopted, has finally found his dream family. Nick Hawking and John Ames, now married, wealthy, and powerful, make Robbie their son, defying the young manÔÇÖs past- one that Robbie himself has no memory of- that has scared all other prospective parents away. Now, Robbie has great parents and a hot brother, Nicky and beautiful sister, Lily, who take him into their midst and make him part of their tight circle of friends who all go to Elite High.

One of those friends is Tim Mercer, a gorgeous football player at Elite High. TimÔÇÖs dark looks and simmering eyes capture RobbieÔÇÖs heart at first sight. But Robbie canÔÇÖt be sure that Tim feels the same way, or even if heÔÇÖs gay too. Moreover, even if Tim is available, there are some people around him who donÔÇÖt want Robbie to get close to him, and will go to ANY lengths to keep him away. Why? What do they want with Tim? What is the secret that Tim is harboring? And who is that strange man in RobbieÔÇÖs visions, who haunts his life and his dreams? Find out here! and friendship.
 fare ritorno a quegli sfavillanti sogni di peridoto. 
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o the outcasts, still feared and hated by humans. Moving to Whispering Hills in Providence, Rhode Island, he knows immediately that he belongs to this new world. When he meets Talib, that conviction is only solidified.

When Jonah Townsend, the human Talib had turned about a hundred years earlier, re-enters the picture, Talib and ConleyÔÇÖs newfound happiness is threatened. Conley becomes the tool that Jonah uses to get back at Talib and Talib is forced to make a choice. Fight for his own happiness and risk ConleyÔÇÖs life, or put ConleyÔÇÖs safety first and sacrifice what heÔÇÖs searched and struggled for over two hundred years!

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