Trey Porter likes being in his first year of college. It gives him a chance to get away from his domineering parents and small town in Alabama. Even a mix-up at the school’s student housing that forces Trey to live in a motel doesn’t bother him. The craziness really starts when Trey’s friend Bryce invites him to move in with him. Trey kind of likes Bryce’s exotic, flamboyant, beautiful boyfriend, Co-Co. But Trey’s totally straight. At least that’s what he keeps telling himself. Trey’s open-minded enough, but he’s not sure he’s prepared for the changes that come over him while at school—like realizing life’s questions can’t always be easily answered, especially when you’re only eighteen.