Where do you go when you feel you don’t belong anywhere?
Lydia is a young woman alone in London. Her parents threw her out when she told them she was gay, but she finds refuge in a flat share in a crumbling building with some other gay misfits.
Lydia can’t make up her mind if she wants to be with Sarah or not, unaware of the pain she is causing the recently bereaved woman. Colin’s doing his imperfect best to look after Pip, who is tortured by memories of his past which threaten to destroy him. Brian is their reclusive landlord who seems oblivious to the fact that the flat is on the verge of falling down around them. But things get really messy when Jay comes to stay…and Lydia finds out there are worse things than having nowhere to call home.
A gay novel about finding family when your own is determined to leave you “out.”
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