George Garson seems to have it all: outrageous good looks, a pretty girlfriend, a gang of boys who obey his every command, a quick and intelligent mind that ensures that he does not have to work hard at school. Life seems perfect. He has worked hard to make it so. However, when George discovers that his best friend Jamie is gay and not only that but he is in love with George, his perfect world comes crumbling down. He responds by making Jamie’s life a misery of bullying and pain. But it cannot lessen George’s confusion. Memories of a summer two years earlier begin to haunt George’s mind. A secret that he has kept so well he had almost managed to convince himself it had never happened. Now he feels he cannot escape his past. All the things that he has fought so hard to hide start to reappear. He knows that the most important thing is to ensure that the secret of that summer does not get out. He will go to horrific lengths to ensure that this is the case. As events build to their violent and bloody conclusion, can either boy survive?