New Gay Series to Pay Tribute to Sixteen Candles Movie and Other Awesome John Hughes Movies and Era of the 80es in General. Sam never liked his birthdays because not a single one of them was happy… When he turned 1, he fell face-down into his birthday cake; when he turned 5, he broke his left arm and when he turned 7, he broke his right arm and his left leg; when he turned 12, his house caught fire. Now Sam is about to turn 16 and he is dreading the day. The only birthday wish he has is for Jake who is the Mr. Popular of Arcadia High to even acknowledge his existence, or better yet give him a happy-birthday kiss.
But Sam knows that it’s not gonna happen. Or is it?
What they’re saying about it:
BoyMeetsBoy Reviews – I stayed up way too late to finish this one last night. The whole “John Hughes” feel was captured really well and I absolutely loved Sam and his birthday drama.
Multitaskingmomma Reviews – My wishes came true while I was reading this book. Turning 16 is probably one of the best reads about a young man and his finding love at 16. It is funny, engaging, and a very light read.