Joshua is the greatest swimmer in college, the captain of the team. He’s also the head of the Alpha Xi Epsilon fraternity, or AXE for short, a name that has held his family’s legacy for more than three generations. It’s a members-only fraternity, and Joshua is the only one who gets to decide who makes it in and who gets pushed to the side.
When a new swimmer arrives, Joshua finds himself infuriated that such a small, weak guy could have ever made his team. Joshua decides he’s going to push him hard to make sure he belongs on the team. Small-town Andrew is fragile and soft, causing Joshua to feel sympathy for the first time in his life. When the new season begins, everyone’s eager to see what the new guy can do in the water.
Much to their surprise, he’s the only one who can keep up with Josh. Rage turns to curiosity, leaving him no choice but to discover the layers that Andrew has hidden from view.
Coach Corelli decides that his two-star swimmers need to train a bit more than the rest. This gives them plenty of time alone in the locker room after practice. Josh sees new sides of Andrew, leading him to believe that he could just be the next best addition to the frat house. He invites him to a frat party deciding to see if he will ever be able to fit in with the rest.
As the full moon rises, Andrew has no idea what he’s about to get himself into. He arrives at the party dressed according to the “Twilight” theme. Josh gives him a tour of the house, suggesting he choose the room that he sees himself moving into. With one last room to view, Andrew steps into the master suite, the one that not many have entered before. But can he handle what he finds?
Only time will tell.