<i>Sunrise: Louis</i> by Tim Mead

Sunrise: Louis by Tim Mead

<i>Sunrise: Louis</i> by Tim Mead

OUT NOW! Sunrise: Louis by Tim Mead

You are cordially invited to view another of a triptych of stories involving the lives and loves of gay men who work or volunteer at the Sunrise Arts Center in Stafford, North Carolina.

High school senior Louis LeFevre feels he doesn’t fit in. He’s Haitian by birth and doesn’t resemble the African-American students. His French-sounding name doesn’t help him fit in either. Although he does phys ed — he’s gay and wants to look good — he prefers arts, particularly photography. He spends much of his free time at the Sunrise Arts Center, whose new and incredibly sexy director helps Louis put together a portfolio of his work for his college applications.

The quintessential soccer jock, Judd Thomas, is keeping a secret. He’s gay. He struggles to write a term paper on the sculptor Bernini and his art teacher is little help so he’s introduced to Louis to help him get the art terms and concepts right. Judd and Louis make for unlikely study buddies, much less lovers, but they say opposites attract, and Judd and Louis are definitely attracted to each other.

Some members of the soccer team object to their star striker associating with someone they perceive as gay, and try to ruin Judd’s chances of getting a soccer scholarship to college. Judd and Louis are still young, and their lives are bound to go in different directions after graduation. Will their relationship develop into something beautiful, or will they be forced to call it quits and walk away?

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