Seth is a college senior and star quarterback. Unlike his best friend Marc, he doesn’t love being a football hero — but since his coach is also his father, he feels trapped. When he meets Marc’s younger brother Aaron, Seth is surprised at the instant attraction between them, since he’s always considered himself straight.
Aaron knows he’s gay — his favorite pastime is reading M/M romance novels. It’s almost as if Seth stepped right from the pages of one of Aaron’s books and straight into his fantasies. Aaron is more than ready to make them real … if Seth will make a move.
But Marc doesn’t want his brother’s sexuality making headlines — for Aaron’s protection, yes, but also for the sake of Marc’s future career. Can Seth and Aaron keep their relationship a secret? If they’re discovered, can they survive the fallout?
Demigod. Oracle. Hunter.
Laurence Riley almost died killing one god only to discover that he’s descended from another. Before he can come to terms with that revelation, Quentin’s twin brother walks into his life, and there’s no way to know what his motives may be.
With great power comes great danger.
Kane Wilson wants to make a better world: a world in which psychics are open about who and what they are without fear of reprisal or hatred. With the power to control others he might be able to pull it off, but there’s going to be collateral damage.
If Quentin and Laurence can’t get to the bottom of Wilson’s plan, Kane will out the existence of psychics not only to San Diego but to the world, and all hell will break loose.
Cute librarian Tim finds himself long overdue for a boyfriend. He hasn’t even had a date in almost a year. Which explains why he can’t keep his eyes off the handsome construction worker renovating the library!
Sporting bulging biceps and tight jeans, macho Karl seems as straight as the steel beams he carries by the circulation desk. Still, the blue collar stud’s killer smile melts the librarian’s heart.
A déjà vu moment leads the two young men to discover the past has a way of catching up with you. Will fate, and their own choices, deny them the chance to find out what might have been?
February: Home from the first war against the kingdom of Dacia, Gaius Fabius ignores his obligations in Rome and returns to his secluded seaside villa. Under the pretense of a holiday trip, his best friend and secret lover, Lucius Petronius, surprises him with an unexpected visit. Later that evening, the lusty masters share the delights of Gaius’s blond pleasure slave, Nicomedes.
December: With whispers of an embezzlement scandal floating through the capital, Lucius Petronius and his beloved concubine, Bryaxis, celebrate the winter solstice festival of the Saturnalia with Luc’s family. After a joy-filled evening of food, gifts, and stories, Lucius and Bry reverse roles in the master chamber.
Bradley is an omega who used to be a member of a violent anti-dragon cult, but he has broken free, and all he wants is to put his life back together. But his family is broke, and about to lose their home. And now a dark figure from his past has returned, to try to pull him back into the fight against shifters.
If they can fake a marriage, Ric will have the money he needs to help the victim of his accident, and Bradley will be able to save his home as well as get protection from the cult.
But what was meant as a fake relationship turns real, as the dragon and omega begin to open up about the guilt they carry from their pasts. As close as they feel, though, there are secrets neither has shared. And now someone is revealing those secrets, one by one, to tear them apart…
Declan Ramsay’s brother Oliver was marrying Annabelle Aiken at a fairy tale castle on the banks of Loch Ness in Scotland. The bride and groom decided, so that he didn’t feel left out, that Annabelle’s gay younger brother could share the best man duties with Declan.
Declan had never met the kid who was to be his joint best man. Sam Aiken was abroad, working as an interpreter and finishing his studies. He wouldn’t meet Declan until a few days before the wedding, so the best men communicated and planned their speech by email for more than a year. But on meeting Sam Aiken, Declan is surprised to realize the kid isn’t a kid at all, but a tall, blond and athletic young man. Declan is sure he’s straight, so he’s alarmed by the ferocious attraction he feels for Sam. And as the attraction is reciprocated, the events at Dunloch Castle change everything Declan has ever believed about himself. But, is Samuel Aiken all that he appears to be?
One day Jørgen comes home from work, he spots a young man in front of the gate to his flat—a young man who falls over in a seizure on the sidewalk. Jørgen takes him in and when his efforts to find someone who can take the kid off his hands fails, he’s left with him for the night.
Geir’s always been bullied for his epilepsy, and now for being gay. But he can’t change either of the facts, because they’re not ever going to go away. All Geir wants is a friend, and he thinks maybe he can have one in Jørgen. Except the lines blur between friendship and something more.
What started out as helping someone in need, slowly turns into something much more when Geir keeps appearing in his life. But can someone as damaged as him, with so much trauma in his past that are ruining his present, ever manage a relationship with another person? When just a simple touch is enough to bring on a flashback, it isn’t promising.
Thane was an Omega with a very dark secret trying to break free from an unpleasant past when he was hired as a paralegal in the local shifter law firm.
Alpha Haldrian Christof, Drey to his friends, was one of the few local attorneys specialing in shifter law. His first attempt at claiming an Omega, a visit to the Omega auction, had ultimately failed. That didn’t stop him from falling for his new paralegal, a kidnapping victim with soft blond curls and entrancing blue eyes.
When Thane’s past catches up with him, will Drey be able to protect him or will his Omega be deemed unlawfully claimed?
He can’t fight his heart for long. When he realizes his new love is carrying his child, he will stop at nothing to claim him as his mate.
If Prince Orin gives into his passion for Desmond, he could ruin his entire campaign, and with so many innocent mates depending on him, he can’t afford to let his impulses rule him. On the other hand, no man has ever moved him the way Desmond does, and if he doesn’t claim him, he may never meet another man like him.
“I need to tell someone what happened.”
Shy musician Eli Clay’s problems are piling up. He’s part of a musical duo with his best friend Jessie – the only person who knows he’s actually gay. He can’t come out to his parents, and his manager is out of the question, too. He could lose his contract if he admitted he likes guys. But that’s not the only problem… Eli slept with someone, and that someone might just be Jessie’s ex-boyfriend. The regret is eating him alive, and he doesn’t know who to confide in. That is, until he meets his musical idol, Austin Moon.
“I want to get over him…”
Sexy, talented and the perfect catch. Austin Moon has everything going for him… Except for his messed up love life. He keeps his love close to his heart – always wearing the dog tags of his once-lover, Miles, who died in combat. Austin’s music career is going places, and he knows he can make it big, but his manager Ajax thinks he needs someone else on his team. Enter Eli Clay. ..