Bronte’s exiled to her aunt’s house for the summer where she won’t be a terrible influence for her remaining siblings.
James is bored of wandering her family’s estate and is looking for something to occupy her time.
A chance meeting changes both of their lives, and comes just in time for them to investigate the mystery of what happened to James’ caregiver, Firenze. But Bronte knows better than most that not all disappearances are easily solved.
Comp Titles: A Queer version of the Addams Family where Gomez (Balthazar) is a titan of clean energy and Morticia (Firenze) prefers her plants and parties to people while their only child (James) helps her parents by welding and harvesting poison (as necessary)
Maria's determined to make the most of being single in a new city while supporting herself just through doing what she loves, freelance art.
Which sounds much more romantic than it really is, especially when her budget dictates she's going to be living on rice and beans and probably won't be able to make her rent the next month. But at least she's in control of her own life. Right?
Enter Kat, Maria's extremely attractive neighbor, who happens have a prosthetic leg and what is quite possibly a hellhound named Fury.
When Maria starts dog-sitting for Kat during very odd hours she begins to realize her neighbor might just have something to do with the rash of targeted killings around New York City.
All of her life, Evelyn has wanted one thing, to be a home-owner. When she learns that the perfect house is about to go on the market, she makes the dubious decision to trick her parents into believing she and a near-stranger named Oakley are engaged, and thus eligible for their "we'll either pay for your wedding or write you a check" rule.
Which is all well and good, until her parents want to see their marriage license.
With the help of her sibling, Sam, and best friend, Hunter, Evelyn is determined to fake it, at least until she can secure the mortgage.
Comp Titles: General millennial existential dread and Just for Show by Jae
Curia, an introverted asexual, is tired of her boring daily routine of teaching children how to behave in their perfectly-ordered society sheltered by the shields meant to preserve human life from disaster.
Nika, a lesbian and indentured entertainer born outside of the domes, has one main concern; surviving the immediate aftermath of having accidentally killed her latest client. This takes her unexpectedly into what she thought was merely an empty mountainous shell, but is really a creepily-sterile civilization where she can be safe, but not free.
Both women must decide if their freedom is worth the risk of escaping into the chaotic world outside.
Comp Titles: George Orwell’s 1984 plus Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World and Logan’s Run divided by feminism
After the singularity, humanity's ability to download their consciousness into machines, has been realized the world settles into peace and prosperity. At least for those who aren't involuntarily sent into The Gray.
Petra finds a way out of her digital prison by hijacking the body and mind of an unsuspecting graduate student, but she won't rest until she acquires the meat suit that best reflects her identity.
With her father dead and the strange 1816 weather turning against them, Honora is determined to keep her remaining family alive. Even if that means breaking the law and un-burying a few bodies along the way.