Holding Onto You (boyxboy)

Holding Onto You (boyxboy)

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ArmchairPhilosopher By ArmchairPhilosopher Updated Aug 03

"So you're blind?" "Yes" "Well just so you know, I'm hot." 
Hunter has been blind since he was two and has been home schooled all his life. He has grown into a very optimistic blind 17-year-old boy and hates violence for a very good reason. It's his final school year and he wants to go to the school his twin sister Heather is at. Heather is a popular girl in school and no one knows she has a blind twin brother. 

Vincent is the most popular jock and also the most violent, aggressive, impulsive and hot-tempered guy in high school. He is known as the 'angry young man' by most teachers and feared by all students. He has a soft spot for defenseless kids who are constantly bullied for being gay or weak. He gets into violent fights every week with Brian who is a homophobic bully and the principal is on the verge of expelling him.  

Join Hunter and Vincent as they get through their final year with the help of new friends, anger management and each other.
A story filled with friendship, love and a helping hand.

  • boyxboy
  • romance
  • wattys2017
I'm taking over my body. Back in control, no more shotty. I bet a lot of me was lost T's uncrossed and I's undotted. 
                              
                              I fought it a lot and it seems like flesh is all I got.
                              Not anymore flesh out the door.
                              
                              SWAAAAATTTT
babybri03 babybri03 Oct 09
am I the only one who thought of linda and heather from liv and Maddie
I'm glad you made an original story, not just did one of those "bryan is your average boy, BUT HE'S GAY! join bryan as he struggles with his best friend Liz against bullies" thanks for making an original story😁😂
Willem80 Willem80 Sep 19
Hunter sounds like a true hero. Too bad fighting is his way to save people but hey, it's  better than ignoring it I guess.
keynesfariz keynesfariz Sep 01
It’s ironic though, the man who portrayed brian is actually gay himself
Willem80 Willem80 Sep 19
I think it's a great plot.  Is it entirely possible that kids who are friends with a really popular girl didn't ever find out about her twin?  Do friends go to her house?  Maybe I'm taking the statement too literal?