Publisher Description

Incidental Contact is the first book in the new novella series by best-selling author, Matt Zachary. 

Colt Billingsly is a typical junior in high school.  He's got it all.  He's the captain of his school's basketball team and has the hottest girlfriend.  He feels like he's the king of the world. 

But, his life begins to unravel after an accident on Halloween night.  Suddenly, everything good about his life is ripped away and he blames it all on Adam, the new guy in school who also happens to be gay.

Colt is forced to deal not only with his own homophobia, but also with deamons from his past.

This book is a novella of approximately 18,000 words.  

Checkout these other books by Matt Zachary:

New Discoveries (Book 1 of the New Discoveries series)
Broken Hearts (Book 2 of the New Discoveries series)
Life Changes (Book 3 of the New Discoveries series)
New Beginnings (Book 4 of the New Discoveries series)
The New Discoveries Series: Complete Collection (All 4 Books)
12 Days of Craigslist
A Life For Nicholas (Book 1 of The Nicholas Chronicles)
A Home For Christmas (Book 2 of The Nicholas Chronicles)
A Year For Change (Book 3 of The Nicholas Chronicles)
The Nicholas Chronicles (All 3 Books)
Elliott’s Winter (Book 1 of The Elliott Chronicles)
Summer Storm (Book 2 of The Elliott Chronicles)
Facing Feelings (Book 3 of The Elliott Chronicles)
The Elliott Chronicles (All 3 Books)
The Guilt of The Wealthy (The Billionaire Bachelor Series, #1)
The Sins of The Father (The Billionaire Bachelor Series, #2)
The Resurrection of The Past (The Billionaire Bachelor Series, #3)
The Billionaire Bachelor Series (All 3 Books)
Incidental Contact (Book 1 of The Colton & Adam Chronicles)
Necessary Moves (Book 2 of The Colton & Adam Chronicles)
Coming Home (Book 3 of The Colton & Adam Chronicles)
The Colton & Adam Chronicles: Box Set (All 3 Books)

Fiction & Literature
October 5
Porterlance Books
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Daytona_mac ,


While I'm willing to read a story about young adults, I'm not enthusiastic about a story that reads as though it was written by one. The characters are too juvenile, and the writing style becomes annoying eventually. Definitely would benefit from the services of a good editor.

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