The Sometimes Society

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Prologue

Four friends start their own Society sometimes allowing the girls or boys to join in. rules are made and altered to suit but they support each other through various traumas.

Rhys and his friend Giddy, allow their girl friends, April and Ruth, to join their Society - sometimes. Between them they decide on certain rules. The rules prove to be very useful.

When Rhys's mother is injured in a kitchen fire he resolves never to leave her side again. With his birthday coming soon, his parents are concerned that Rhys is no longer the happy boy he once was. They make plans which include his Sometimes Society friends to help him overcome his fears. The Society discovers Ruth is being bullied and set out to take revenge but help comes from an unexpected source. And what can go wrong when the boys have a night out camping?