When Kegan Kemp moves into his new dorm room at Prescott University, he’s planning on starting an exciting new life full of fun and adventure. After one day, though, he realizes he only left the dramas of high school for the dramas of college. He’s rooming with the attractive, mostly straight Evan, who has boundary issues, and is smitten by Randall, an upperclassman who seems more interested in just being friends than something more.
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Griffin Herbert is a brilliant young science student from a broken home. He moves into the same dormitory as Kegan, who is his new lab partner. While Griffin plans on peaceful studying, he finds himself smitten by his ruggedly good-looking roommate. A winner of several science competitions, Griffin is picked out in chemistry class to work on a special project.
While Kegan works on moving out of the Friend Zone with Randall, Griffin grows obsessed with his research. Once he discovers the correct chemical process to reverse the polarity of light, Griffin injects himself with his serum, effectively turning himself invisible to the naked eye.
Prescott University is plunged into terror as the voyeuristic invisible man slowly deteriorates into madness and seeks revenge on those he believes have wronged him. Kegan’s burgeoning friendship with Randall is put in jeopardy with Griffin running loose, campus security goes on lockdown, and paranoia sets in. Can Kegan manage to win Randall’s heart while simultaneously struggling against an invisible genius driven mad by his own creation, or will Griffin prove unstoppable?