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When something seems too good to be true, it usually is. Or is it?

Alex is tired. Tired of being bullied, ignored, and tired of his dysfunctional parents. He cleans out his locker, so no one else has to do it for him once he’s gone. When his books are knocked out of his hands, however, it sets off a motion of events that makes him feel more alive than he ever has before.

Andreas is the best friend of one of Alex’s bullies, but he’s nothing like his friend. Andreas is kind and compassionate and charming—and he doesn’t seem to mind all of Alex’s scars. When it turns out Andreas is also bisexual, and interested in Alex, it all seems too good to be true.

MORE THAN ANYTHING

He might’ve been the right person—if I hadn’t been so damaged. And if he hadn't been so young.

One day Jørgen comes home from work, he spots a young man in front of the gate to his flat—a young man who falls over in a seizure on the sidewalk. Jørgen takes him in and when his efforts to find someone who can take the kid off his hands fails, he’s left with him for the night.

Geir’s always been bullied for his epilepsy, and now for being gay. But he can’t change either of the facts, because they’re not ever going to go away. All Geir wants is a friend, and he thinks maybe he can have one in Jørgen. Except the lines blur between friendship and something more.

What started out as helping someone in need, slowly turns into something much more when Geir keeps appearing in his life. But can someone as damaged as him, with so much trauma in his past that are ruining his present, ever manage a relationship with another person? When just a simple touch is enough to bring on a flashback, it isn’t promising.

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Life might be good now, but that’s all about to come to an end soon, and what then?

Alex has had a turbulent few months, with a bashing, abusive parents, getting used to his new life with a boyfriend and living with said boyfriend. He could do without the best friend who doesn’t like him—or maybe he does?

But life’s about to become even more turbulent. The last semester of his education is well underway and it’s time to figure out what he’s supposed to do next. Only Alex doesn’t know what he wants to do with his life.

Andreas has always known what he wants to do: the Police Academy. But first he might have to do an obligatory year in the army. This means he has to move away from Alex for a whole year, with only brief visits back home.

Can a newfound relationship survive the trials lying ahead? Can Alex survive what’s lying ahead of him?

MORE THAN ENOUGH

He might’ve been the right person—if I hadn’t been so damaged. And if he hadn't been so young.

One day Jørgen comes home from work, he spots a young man in front of the gate to his flat—a young man who falls over in a seizure on the sidewalk. Jørgen takes him in and when his efforts to find someone who can take the kid off his hands fails, he’s left with him for the night.

Geir’s always been bullied for his epilepsy, and now for being gay. But he can’t change either of the facts, because they’re not ever going to go away. All Geir wants is a friend, and he thinks maybe he can have one in Jørgen. Except the lines blur between friendship and something more.

What started out as helping someone in need, slowly turns into something much more when Geir keeps appearing in his life. But can someone as damaged as him, with so much trauma in his past that are ruining his present, ever manage a relationship with another person? When just a simple touch is enough to bring on a flashback, it isn’t promising.

MORE THAN THIS

When you’re not sure if you’ve been sexually assaulted by the nicest guy in school, you’ll go fall in love with the school’s bad boy.

When Maria wakes up naked in bed with no recollection of what’s happened, she fears the worst—and she doesn’t plan on sticking around to have it confirmed. But running off only clothed in a short, tight dress in the middle of winter isn’t the best idea.

Rescue comes in the form of Roar, who’s out and about at night because he can’t go home. He takes pity on the girl who sits huddled on a bench, and he takes her home. He also vows to look out for her from now on—and find out who hurt her.

As rumours start up in school, and Maria struggles with not knowing what happened that night, there’s only one person she finds herself drawn to… the school’s bad boy, Roar.

MORE THAN FRIENDS

The heart wants what it can't have... or does it?

Ben’s always been in love with his best friend Nik but has been shagging Nik’s brother, Tarjei, in secret. Except everyone seems to know that secret but Nik, and it’s not something Ben is willing to tell him. He wants Nik—not Tarjei. So why can’t he stop ending up in Tarjei’s bed?

Tarjei’s tired of being his brother’s substitute, but he’s loved Ben for years, and it’s hard to say no. In fact, it’s damn near impossible to say no. But Ben’s not ever going to go for him because Tarjei has nothing on his brother. Tarjei has to find a way to say no—to put a stop to it all before Ben breaks his heart completely.