Life's not easy when your mum's nuts, your uncle is becoming your aunt, and one of your crushes could – and probably would – break your face if he found out how you felt about him.
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Spending every summer with his grandmother in the south of England isn't Ryan's idea of a good time, and when he finds someone his own age to hang out with, he doesn't much care who that is. Alex might not say much, but company is company when there's nobody else to choose from, and Ryan will simply have to make do. It…
That's Tab's life, though, malevolent gods and all. His text-flirting with Demi, the brother of his best friend, is going nowhere: Demi already has a boyfriend and anyway, who dates their best friend's twin? But then, the pining after Nick is going nowhere either, because Nick probably likes gay-bashing on Friday nights for fun. He's gorgeous, but he's dangerous, and Tab knows better than that.
So what's a bit of harmless flirting, when one is taken and the other is straight? It's just a bit of fun.
That is until Demi is suddenly single, and Nick is not looking as straight and scary as he was before.