That’s the headline run after a chance meeting is photographed between U.S. Congressman Dillon Cross and Matt Mitchell, an openly gay screenwriter.
Fifteen years ago, Dillon’s father convinced him that coming out would mean the end of his political ambitions. When faced with the choice, Dill walked away from Matt and straight into the closet. He married a woman and achieved everything he set out to in his career, but he never forgot the man he’d once loved.
Now, Dillon is confident the rumors will die down on their own… he’s just not sure he wants them to.
“To be honest, Dill, I’m tempted not to quash the rumors. You know we could never in good conscience start a story like this, but the attention from the gay community is significant.”
When his campaign manager tells him the story is helping his campaign for re-election, Dill jumps on the chance to finally come out, convincing Matt to fake their engagement.
Dill knows Matt has never forgiven him for choosing politics over love, but he’s hoping that if he campaigns hard enough, he can win back Matt’s heart.
That source is Bena-drez, an alien called a Traveler who had been scouting Earth from above its atmosphere. After a mechanical failure, Bena-drez finds himself stranded on the planet he was sent to study. The light-purple skinned Adonis was now stuck and could find no one to turn to for help.
That’s when Jacob and Bena-drez cross paths and nothing short of a Christmas miracle occurs. Their chemistry is shockingly explosive as Ben awakens a new side of Jacob, a side he never dreamed he had. Can Jacob come to terms with the new but startlingly powerful feelings? Could Bena-drez find some help, and possibly something more, with Jacob or is their meeting just destined for a Christmas catastrophe?
The talented Lt. Valentine Westbrook should be considered an ace, but most of his victories are unconfirmed, so when he encounters an equally-skilled enemy pilot during a terrible storm, Valentine is unable to resist the hunt.
Both men soon abandon all common sense and – with a protracted dogfight at their backs – crash-land in the midst of the German Empire’s last great offensive push. Injured, stranded, and with no idea which side of the Line they are on, they must work together if they are to survive. One of them will become the other’s prisoner just as soon as they figure out where they are, but until then they are stuck with no food and no shelter in storms which don’t seem ready to end. But worse still, their mutual respect blossoms into something dangerously intimate, and their lives are about to become forever intertwined…
Best friends Darcy and Mason have known each other since a pen pal project in elementary school. Yet, as adults, Mason crossed the country to choose this school over a more prestigious grad program. He always told Darcy it was because of the extracurricular opportunities. Darcy wonders: did Mason move for him? They cuddle now and then… but Darcy’s always assumed his best friend was straight.
Darcy isn’t looking forward to a lonely Christmas. His parents won a Christmas cruise they’ve been looking forward to forever, but it’s for two people. Meanwhile, Mason’s flying thousands of miles across the country on Christmas Eve to be with his family. The news of a freak storm sweeping in off the Atlantic shouldn’t excite Darcy as much as it does…
When the planes are grounded, the roads are a mess, and the airports close down, Darcy and Mason are snowed in together. Now, with the magic of Christmas in the air, they can connect on another level. But can their relationship as best friends withstand the drastic change as sparks fly?
He’s everything that the submissive Reign wants, all bundled into one irritating, controlling, and desirable package that he can’t help but want to punch.
Reign Storm has to be the most uptight, handsome, difficult-to-work-with person that Bo has ever desired. The only redeeming quality he can find is the beautiful way he treats his daughter. It’s just enough to keep them from coming to blows.
When Reign unknowingly hires Bo to help him act out one of his fantasies, their relationship takes a much different turn…one of unbridled passion.
Can the submissive Reign convince dominant Bo that they truly do work well together? Or has Bo already made up his mind?
Farm boy Donny Windham has two big problems: he’s in the closet; and he’s in love with his straight best friend!
His solution? Run away from home to someplace he’s not the only gay guy in a two hundred mile radius of his family’s Kansas farm. Before he can leave, a tornado transports Donny and his little dog Toto to the magical Land of Oz where they encounter Lions and Tylers and Gay Bears – oh my!
Donny makes new friends along the way including the scantily clad Good Warlock of the North, the sassy Scarecrow, the brokenhearted Tin Woodman, and the Cowardly Lion. Of course, there’s the small matter of the Wicked Warlock of the West who’ll stop at nothing to see Donny dead!
On his fantastical journey down the Yellow Brick Road towards the Emerald City to meet the Wicked Hot Wizard of Oz, Donny discovers one important thing: There’s no place like home, especially if it’s with the man of his dreams.
Zach Denham, the editor of a small town high school newspaper, struggles to act like a “normal” guy by dating a female friend. After one disastrous date, Zach vows to spend the rest of his life alone, keeping his true feelings for guys locked up inside.
Confident and popular Key Stahl, the school’s newly arrived attractive jock, takes an interest in the innocent young man that goes beyond friendship. Key soon forces Zach to confront the truth about his sexual identity.
Friends will become enemies when an explosive issue divides the school community. As Mrs. Trevott, Zach’s trusted and sharp-tongued English teacher, advises, some of them will stand up for what they believe in even if they are standing alone.
On his last night in America after a month long vacation, British writer Jason only has twelve hours to convince his new friend otherwise.
Will Corey come around, or will Jason end up going home alone?
Princeton-bound Jordan Callahan is sick of lusting for Rick—his straight best friend and former captain of the football team. He can’t wait for college, so he can find a man to drive away his pointless crush.
Rick Ferguson can’t escape his strange obsession. For months, whenever he’s been with a woman, all he can think about is Jordan. Satisfying his curiosity is the only way to get his tall, muscular friend out of his system. Right?
On a camping trip just weeks before the semester starts, Rick takes Jordan to a one-bedroom cabin with a king-sized bed big enough for two all-stars to share. But Rick doesn’t want forever, and Jordan is in love. Giving in to desire could jeopardize their friendship, and the ugliness of the world beyond their cabin could tear them apart.
This steamy gay romance novella is intended for a mature audience. It contains scenes of groping, fumbling, wet kisses, angst, shirtless volleyball, grown-up toys, and two-man showers.