In high school
Jason Higgins was the rich kid nerd and Mark Spalding was
the middle class hot jock. These days Jason is a rising
graphics designer and Mark a highly successful novelist.
Both had desired the other, yet never acted on their
feelings until they meet again as adults. This time
however, there is more at stake than high school rumors;
this time could mean everything the future holds.
Keep It in the
attempts to show that the second time around is the sweetest
when supposed enemies meet once again. There are,
unfortunately, too many contradictions to make Keep It
in the Closet ring true, particularly in the second
half with forgiveness being offered too neatly on several
fronts. Also, spelling mistakes are common throughout the
entire story. Keep It in the Closet has an
interesting premise but fails to live up to its potential.