Kyle Becker, an infamous brat of his high school, is a real troublemaker and therefore a regular visitor at the principal’s office. He never listens to any word of advice given to him or improves his behavior patterns.
Tired of fruitless penalties, the principal subscribes Kyle to charitable work in a nursing home, where Kyle founds himself surrounded by difficult elders and naggy staff.
Only one person stands out in the whole institution, Mason, a handsome male nurse.
Will the charitable work finally cause Kyle to have a change of heart and be held responsible for his own actions? Can Mason tame this irresponsible, immature brat?
Targeted Age Group:: 15-25
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I think the world is getting more and more open-minded about same-sex relationships, especially the young generation. I think that love shouldn't be put under restrictions and rules such as ˝two men shouldn't like each other˝ because that denies the whole concept of love. So I decided to write something of the more daring LGBT genre.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
I guess I'm simply liking the delinquent/proper adult character combinations. Because I also tend to include character maturation/dynamic character in my stories, I used an immature teen Kyle as the main character.
Kyle – a brat that seeks attention through violating school rules.
Mason – a popular workaholic and a polished young man with a parenting instinct.
The head nurse took Kyle to the office on the first floor, where a young man in his twenties with dark brown, ear-long hair was sitting. His posture was straight and the air around him professional. He was wearing a laboratory gown.
Kyle opened his eyes wide and got straight to the point without a greeting: "A male nurse? That’s rare."
The man looked up to see who the rude intruder was. Then, he looked at the head nurse: "Rebecca. What’s going on?"
"Mason, meet brat. Brat, meet Jason." She introduced them. Mason smirked: ˝Does the brat has a name?˝
˝Kyle.˝ The head nurse began explaining: "The brat is here for a two-week work due to school punishment. But so far, all he does is complain. He’s a typical youngster. Chatting with people is too hard for him, imagine that, and because I couldn’t get him to work properly, I was thinking of putting him under your care."
With that, the head nurse left, leaving Mason speechless. He didn’t even have the slightest chance to protest.
"Brat, brat. That’s all she says." Kyle groaned: ˝Is that the only word in her vocabulary?˝
"Kyle?" Mason said: "Let’s start anew, shall we?˝
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