“Someday, my prince will come.”
Danny is an artist with the best job in the world, creating beautiful things at a bakery called Delicious. Only finding his own personal Prince Charming would make life better, but despite a life-long addiction to happily-ever-after, he doesn’t hold out much hope for that. He’d rather be alone than compromise who he is for men who are only interested if he tones down his flamboyant personality.

“Someday, I’ll find a better life.”
Growing up in a harsh foster care system and serving an unjust prison sentence taught Mace valuable life lessons. Don’t let your feelings show. Trusting people only gets you hurt. It’s okay to want things, but don’t expect to hold onto them. Now Mace keeps to himself, quietly enjoying the work he’s found caring for beautiful things while he saves for a better life.

“It’s you. My better life is you.”
Meeting Danny leads Mace to question everything from his sexuality to the wisdom of trusting someone with his heart, and to want things he’s not sure he believes in. When a series of local robberies lead to his arrest, his faith in what’s possible is put to the test.

After being abandoned by his mates, Shiki Kirishima, beta of the Dragons of the Fang werewolf tribe, returns to his home in Tokyo.

Crippled by grief, Shiki decides to end it all by going into the territory of the Siberian Killers tribe and challenging them to a battle to the death.

His death.

Ganzorig, beta of the Siberian Killers, however, sees the potentially disastrous consequences of having Shiki die in battle.

Instead, he saves him.

Having suffered loss himself, Ganz takes it upon himself to help Shiki deal with his pain.

Blake, Shiki’s best friend since childhood, is as determined to show him there is life after a wolf’s ultimate loss.

Could there also be something ‘more’ for them after friendship?

Everyone knows magic users and werewolves are intrinsically diametrically opposed…

Seattle Police Detective Ethan Ellison, born into a long line of Quebecois magicians, leads a fairly unassuming life working Theft and consulting on magical misdemeanors. He’s spent eight years building a life for himself in Seattle, far from his father’s shadow. He works hard, lives under the radar, and fucks whoever catches his eye.

Detective Patrick Clanahan, beta-heir to Pack McClanahan, is a tightly wired bundle of rage and guilt, still trying to come to terms with the murder of his last partner.

When a human woman is murdered in werewolf territory under suspicious circumstances, Ethan is reassigned to worked the case with Clanahan in the hopes that he’ll be able to balance out the wolf’s rougher edges.

Too bad they mostly just rub each other the wrong way.

The neighbouring kingdoms of Oscia and Arcathia have been at a tentative peace for three years after centuries of warfare. Prince Severin of Arcathia has been brought up to put duty before all else and as the only son of the King and Queen, it is his duty to marry and produce an heir. His parents want him to marry an Oscian princess to cement that tentative peace. Unfortunately Severin isn’t interested in princesses. Now, if he had his pick of princes that would be another matter.

Havyn has been a slave all his life. When his aptitude for wizardry is discovered, he finds himself purchased and freed by Prince Severin and apprenticed to the royal wizard, Ildar. His duty is to stay chaste to keep his powers strong, but his feelings for Severin sorely test his resolve.

With kingdoms at war, the throne hanging in the balance, magic in the air, and outside forces trying to keep them apart, can the two men find happiness together, or is duty more important than love?

With ingenuity and luck, a wilderness mishap turns into a romantic adventure where love has room to bloom!

Though he lives as an openly gay man in DC, Nick decides to revert to his closeted alter ego when he returns home to Colorado. Someday he’d come out to his family – in six months, maybe. Or six years. Now he steels himself to survive a back-country camping and hunting trip with his brother and friends. But Nick forgets he isn’t out East anymore when he kisses his hot skiing instructor just as his brother arrives! If the awkward silence on the drive up is bad, the constant stream of gay jokes by his brother’s friends is even worse.

Clay likes his skiing student a lot – enough to exchange phone numbers despite his sulking brother and the pile of hunting gear in the back of their truck. Nick is smart and funny and incredibly cute. Clay texts to invite him to dinner, only to find Nick is still out on the mountain and at the mercy of the elements. When a winter storm threatens, Clay resolves to rescue Nick personally. He thinks Nick is “the one” – but only if their new relationship survives the close quarters of a cozy snow cave.

What depths will three men stoop to in order to get revenge … or find love?

Skye is a college boy and the most important concern in his life is studying for his midterms. Until the fateful night that changes everything. His entire family is murdered and he almost is too. The only reason he isn’t is a mysterious, enigmatic and very pretty man named Malakai who pulls him off the street and gives him a home. Very soon, they become lovers.

The death of Skye’s family haunts him, though, and he’s soon obsessed with finding revenge. That could be harder than he thought, because he’s completely untrained as a killer and Malakai is too impulsive and emotional to make a great leader.

Enter Richard, the epitome of tall, dark, and handsome, who pulls them both out of a tight spot and who just so happens to be Malakai’s former Master.

Together, the three of them are the perfect team for murder, but when Skye, Malakai, and Richard start to all fall in love, things get complicated. Can a relationship between three men who are are so very different survive after the gunshots stop?

Trevor and Henry have been best buddies ever since their first furtive glances across the high school lacrosse locker room. Now Henry is a police chief and Trevor sells him the marijuana he needs in order to function.

Henry doesn’t know why Trevor became a weed dealer, and Trevor doesn’t know why Henry dropped out of law school. Henry tries to get closer, but Trevor’s emotional boundaries get in the way, until revealed secrets change everything.

The alpha who’s always running away…
Tough talking Rourke King doesn’t do relationships. He screwed up badly once, and the fallout left him with a lack of trust in his own judgement. When he meets gentle omega Evan, he recognises him as his fated mate and soon claims him as his own. But once reality sets in Rourke realises they want different things, and he’s left wondering whether he’s made the same mistake again.

The omega who’s scared of being needy…
Trying to run a struggling business and fulfil his father’s wishes has almost brought Evan to a state of collapse. He knows he needs help but when Rourke King is brought in as a favour to a friend his brand of help is more than he can cope with. He quickly realises it’s not Rourke’s business brain he’s interested in, it’s Rourke, the man. But he’s scared. How can he hope to hold a man who will not commit?

Their threatened love…
Rourke and Evan. They’re meant to be together. They know it, even if they’re both too stubborn to admit it. But when Evan’s life is threatened they run the risk of losing everything. Will they confess their love for each other before it’s too late?