Shelby and the Other-Brothers ....

Ainsley, age 4, (to John Mark):  "You're not my brother!
I don't have to mind you!"

Shelby, age 9: "Yes, you do, same as me.  Mind Randy,
too.  From now on, they're your other brothers." 

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Cover blurb:

Shelby, Randy, and John Mark have been best friends since grade school.  Growing up in a small town in south Georgia, they've petted and spoiled Shelby's little sister, Ainsley, hunted and fished, played football, studied, worked and worshipped -- together. The sons of close-knit families, they have been raised to be responsible, to revere God, and to love.

But as seniors in high school, they are accused of unspeakable crimes.  Branded criminals in headlines from coast to coast, persecuted by the justice system, abandoned by their community, their lives shattered and
their futures jeopardized, they have no one to turn but their families, their faith and each other.

Sweet Southern Boys -- a tale of misandry run amok.