Nate thought about his summer and as he heard the girls in his class recount their shopping sprees during their trips abroad and his “friends” talk of their summers on various beaches and the girls they had supposedly gotten at least to second base with, he realized just how uniquely different his summer had been. Nate had met a friend, a confidante, a boyfriend.
Disowned by his parents for being gay, Seth has nowhere to turn until an Internet search uncovers a haven of sorts in New York City. Seth then makes the call that will change his life forever. Alone and scared, Seth must learn to trust a stranger who introduces him to a whole new world, one in which he can not only survive, but thrive.
The unicorn is the only fabulous beast that does not seem to have been conceived out of human fears. In even the earliest references he is fierce yet good, selfless yet solitary, but always mysteriously beautiful. He could be captured only by unfair means, and his single horn was said to neutralize poison. The young gay male, like the unicorn, is fierce yet good, selfless yet solitary, always mysteriously beautiful, and can be captured only by unfair means.