“Was I your art school dreamboat?”

“I lost it all overnight.”

Philadelphia artist Connor Banks has washed up. His last art show bombed right before he was dumped. He designs t-shirts to pay the bills, dateless and uninspired until his best friend drags him to a gay bar. Connor’s stunned to reunite with Zach Stephens, the heartthrob of art school.

“My parents kicked me out.”

Five years ago, bartender Zach dropped out of school. After his parents caught him holding hands with another guy, Zach and his dog escaped. He can’t reconcile the tattooed hunk everyone wants with the little he feels he has to offer, but Connor sees him for more than his abs and he falls into his first relationship.

“I want to do something with my life.”

Zach’s bar is closing in sixty days unless a buyer comes along. Zach could move for a proper career but lose Connor, stay in town but work dead-end jobs… or secure everyone’s future. While Connor fears failure, Zach must decide what kind of man he is. Can Connor and Zach screw up their courage and be brave, or will they screw up this one good thing?

Bitter secrets, giant monsters, and no heroes: it’s the end of the world.

When he’s caught in the act of forbidden magic, Terebin’s first thought is to flee. As the last sorcerer, his survival hinges on keeping a low profile among the refugees in the fortress he calls home. Iskan, the guard who catches him, has other plans: keeping order means slaying sorcerers. But a spark stays Iskan’s hand, kindling the first flames of attraction.

After a dragon razes the fort, Terebin finds himself bound to the defense of a people he loathes–and with Iskan at his side, the sword to Terebin’s shield.

As they struggle to save their band of refugees from ravenous monsters, Terebin digs away at Iskan’s defenses… And finds that his own are crumbling. Iskan is everything Terebin never thought he wanted. Even with an ocean of secrets between them, one kiss is all it takes to bind their fates.

But will love be enough to save them?

In this steamy gay romance trilogy, three college couples find love in coastal North Carolina.

Romeo and Julian
From their first meeting at a frat party, Nick and Julian tumble headfirst into unquenchable passion. Julian’s brother disapproves, but when the young lovers are cast as the leads in an all-male production of Romeo and Juliet, they can’t escape the electric desire between them. Will family secrets destroy their trust?

Hell and High Water
College sophomore Danny can’t keep his eyes off basketball star Kade. But Kade is straight, and his politically incorrect humor makes Danny wince. When Danny mentors him, their friendship becomes more—until a misunderstanding during a hurricane sends Kade out into the storm. Will they and their relationship survive?

Kiss and Tell
College wrestler Tyler knows he and linebacker Lamar are meant for one another. Taught by his preacher father that he’s an abomination, Lamar finds Ty’s devotion too good to believe. When he learns Ty is working on a class project with an ex, Lamar thinks the worst. Will his suspicion tear them apart?

Can intimacy thrive in public?

New start…
If you’re going to work for the PR office of a hockey team, it’s better not to have a crush on the captain. Will’s already broken that rule, which makes it even worse that he’s working on the guy’s PR strategy. But it’s hard to keep his eyes off a hottie like Kevin Mannering.

Old secret…
When Kevin kisses him out of the blue, Will’s head over heels. Everything seems to be going perfectly, but Will’s scared their secret’s going to lose him his job. As if he needed more stress, Kevin starts thinking about coming out without consulting him.

Is this the final breakdown?
All Will can think of is the media angle, but Kevin needs him to be all in on their relationship. When it comes down to the wire, can these two sweethearts find that slow, steady path in between?

Reg is winning the Presidential election with his anti-gay speeches, but losing hope of ever finding love.

A matchmaker sets him up with Clint, a handsome young law student who is already Reg’s sworn enemy.

Politics makes strange bedfellows.

Mikey Sean Sean, B-list New York Fashion Stylist, is in big trouble. Thanks to a thieving ex boyfriend he’s overdrawn and about to get evicted from his swanky Soho loft.

To raise cash, Mikey starts cold calling for new clients and gets a job offer out of the blue. Mikey takes the job, and when he arrives at the mansion, he discovers that the businessman is a prince.

And the ‘excess body hair’ problem is worse than anything he’d imagined. Despite the shocking quantity carpeting the prince, Mikey finds that he likes the look of it. It turns him on. Even finding out later that the prince is a werewolf does nothing to dampen his growing desire for the brooding prince.

Mikey knows intellectually that Victor has no choice in the matter. It’s his duty to provide his country with a royal heir, a royal baby, a child with royal blood running through its veins.

That would never happen if Victor chose him over a woman.

Still, Mikey can’t help but feel they are destined to be together.

He can’t help fantasizing… If there was only a way. Yeah, right… Men can’t get pregnant.

That wolf is mine, he just doesn’t know it yet. I could taste him in the air from the second I walked in, and I’m not leaving without him.

One night isn’t enough for Alpha shifter Rex. When he sees Lucas in a crowded bar he has to own him completely. He’ll do whatever it takes to protect his fated mate and keep him by his side. Even if it means going to war with his own pack.

I wasn’t looking for trouble, but he found me all the same. I know better than to get involved, but he’s like an addiction and I just keep sinking deeper.

Lucas has always been a lone wolf, literally and figuratively, but all that changes when leader of the pack Rex saves him from an out of control bar brawl. Now he owes the man his life, but he never expected to fall for him so hard and so fast. Their intense connection is immediate, but when an unexpected pregnancy enters the picture both of their lives are turned upside down.

Scout and Josh never expected to find their mates in prison.

Surrounded by humans, their number one concern was staying anonymous and hiding their true nature until they could once again be free. But when these Alpha and Omega shifters meet, neither man can deny their true nature any longer.

But there are other secrets in the prison, secrets that could mean big trouble for these two star-crossed soulmates. Can Scout and Josh make their secret jailhouse romance work, or will life behind bars tear them apart? And what happens when a pregnancy gets thrown into the mix? Will Scout and Josh find freedom and happiness together?

“Milo was losing the fight to keep Dusty out of his head.”

No matter what Milo Anderson tries, he can’t seem to rekindle his burnt-out relationship. His boyfriend Vincent is cold, and Milo suspects he’s unfaithful, too. Acting on his suspicions, Milo hires the best detective in town to give him closure so that he can move on with his life. He doesn’t expect the private eye to catch his eye.

Back in his hometown after running into trouble in New York City, private investigator Dusty Evans is glad that Portland, Maine, is smaller and down-to-earth. He enjoys the domestic cases of small towns and cities but has become cynical toward relationships because of his work. He wants something meaningful, but when it stares him in the face and asks for his help, can he put aside his fears to pursue this man?

Milo hires Dusty to catch Vincent cheating so he can break free from his control. Milo can’t remember the last time someone made him feel so safe… so good… so hot. He has to control himself until the evidence is in front of him. But with Vincent’s vengeful streak, will Milo ever be free to love again?

Fate isn’t always enough. Can they overcome the past to build a future together?

“It shouldn’t matter, Khaz thought. You shouldn’t care. You just have to break him–unless you’re afraid. Every time you gain something on him, he gains something on you, and you just can’t stand it, can you? You don’t want to see what’s behind those pretty grey eyes. You know you can’t fix him. You know he can’t fix you.”

Over the past decade, Khaz has watched as supernatural creatures like himself have turned the world into their own personal playground. Unlike the others, he didn’t benefit from the Takeover, and every time he sells himself to keep a roof over his head, he’s keenly aware of that fact. His landlord, a renowned slaver, offers him the chance to catch up on his rent by breaking a human.

Groomed to fight, Noah has survived by giving himself over to his hatred of those who took everything away from humanity. When the werewolf can’t break him, he’s given to the vampire instead–and he’s sure this will be no different. The problem is that even the harsh lessons the Rebellion taught him couldn’t prepare him for someone like Khaz…who always has an ace up his sleeve.

A werewolf who’s spent his life without a pack meets a werewolf whose pack is the only reason he’s alive. When these opposites attract, they both find out what they’ve been missing all along.

When Brody Marshall’s parents died and left him orphaned, he had no werewolf pack at all. Raised by a human foster mother, Brody has grown up into a geek who hides his wolf nature and is about to score his dream job. At his interview he meets genius programmer (and omega werewolf) Sam Hurley, and soon finds out that although Sam has a mate and a pack at home, he has more to offer Brody than just a job.

Nick Bellici has been a werewolf for a little over a month, ever since his best friend (and alpha werewolf) Rusty rescued him from his downward spiral by bringing him to California to join Rusty’s pack. Unfortunately, wolf shifting abilities and sharing a bed with three hot werewolves haven’t magically cured all of Nick’s problems. He’s still struggling to find his place in the pack when Rusty’s mate, Sam, brings home Brody–a beta werewolf, just like Nick.

He loves his best friend more than life itself…

Seth finds himself alone at an abandoned train station, with no idea what happened, or how he got there. He boards a train, only to discover it’s a special express transporting the recently deceased to their final destination. The conductor tells him he’s having a near-death experience. Seth wonders if it has something to do with his violent boyfriend, but that doesn’t matter. All that matters is getting the hell off the train before he actually dies. But when he spots his best friend and secret crush among the traveling dead, the urge to leave fades…

His time is up. But he can’t quite let go yet.

Carter has to make peace with his life’s regrets before he can pass on. One of them is never coming out of the closet and telling geeky little friend how he really feels about him. When he meets Seth aboard the train, this might be his last chance to confess… But how can he let go when he wants to hold on to the only man he’s ever loved?