This year, Logan’s in charge. Of the dormitory, of his future, and over his unresolved feelings towards Isaac. He holds the cards to stop his final year of high school going the way eleventh grade did. He has no desire for it to suck.
Meanwhile, Isaac’s trying to get to grips with a new university, new friends, and his sexuality. All he wants is to succeed, make his parents proud, and fix all of the problems he caused last year. Not exactly light work.
But, when a homophobic sports team, Noah’s brother, all the heartbreak of eleventh grade, and four-hundred miles stands in both of their ways, will either of them achieve what they want this time round?