The American Dream (B.F.F. Book 2)
Tommy and Chris had a hard time getting together in Book 1, but now it's Alekxander "Alek" Marshal's turn to experience his romance.
Alek has been in foster care for two years after an incident with his parents and his old school. He was in a relationship with who he thought was the most amazing guy ever, until he found out the horrible truth, his ex, Bradford, had only used him for sex and a bet. When Alek discovered Bradford's secret he terrorized the school when he brought a gun to school and threatened to kill Bradford. He was coaxed out of it by his best friend. Alek was sentenced to community service. During one of his service hours he was told the horrifying news that Bradford had killed his parents and had killed himself to avoid punishment. Alek had been forced into foster care and had finally been adopted by Tommy and Chris. They knew of his past and wanted to help him. He finds comfort in Chris as a friend and hopes Chris can help him find true love as he is registered into a new school with new people and new friends. Alek soon finds himself in the loving arms of the school's most popular jock and in wondering if he is like Bradford.
Jesse Richards, the school's hottest guy, Captin of the football team, and school's most popular gay guy, was tired of all of these plastic people. He wants someone who he can love forever, someone who he can tell his problems to and be able to take care of. He wants to help someone with their hurt and their pain. He wants to be important in someone's life. He was tired of seeing the same people and the same situations in the same school. He was about to shut himself from everyone until that fateful Monday morning when Alek walked though the halls of John F. Kennedy Senior High. Jesse Richard's life was about to change.