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Reed Killington’s life had always been in the service of another man. Now that his contract has been satisfied, he is entirely on his own for the first time ever. He can finally do the things he has always dreamed of. Like taking an extended vacation through Europe and fucking any man he is attracted to.
In Romania, Reed and his bodyguard are taken against their will by a psychotic doctor who is bent on creating the perfect Servant out of parts from multiple men. The doctor’s evil plan is thwarted by a monster of his own creation, and Reed is immediately drawn to helping the scientific miracle that saved his life. Reed is so bent on revenge against the doctor that he almost doesn’t see or understand what is happening between him and his new-found friend.
Brand is finally being called to The Service, but nothing is smooth about this assignment. His Master turns out to be Mark Lewis, an actor who has made his fame playing a superhero. Brand’s short-lived excitement is tempered by the knowledge that another Servant has been delivered to the same house. Mark Lewis shares a house with Mark Axelsen, another actor famous for playing a caped crusader. The other Servant doesn’t work out, but Brand seizes the opportunity to try to satisfy both Masters. When tragedy strikes, Brand wonders if his Masters are more like their superhero characters or the stereotype of the spoiled actor. Or does he even need them to rescue him at all?
Brand is excited to be called to The Service and even more excited to meet his new Master. He is assigned to Steve Macon, a hockey player for the New York Rangers who has recently been transferred to New York. Brand expected to be delivered to a Master who would use him sexually, but is immediately intrigued when he discovers that this Master is not like anything he had expected. Brand has to grow and learn along with his new Master and even begins to fall for him. When tragedy strikes it makes them both wonder if Steve has learned enough about Brand to save him and if Brand is willing to go to any extreme to let him.
Brand is excited to enter The Service and even more excited to meet his new Master. He is assigned to Zane Wooding, an action-adventure movie star and a real man’s man. Zane is famous for his body more than his acting, but the paparazzi and his legions of fans don’t seem to care. Brand has to dodge the pitfalls of being with someone so famous and even begins to fall for his Master, but he also becomes a target for those that are jealous of Zane’s interest in him. While his Master protects him from outsiders, the evil is much closer to home.
Brand is a marked man in a world of unmarked men. The mark identifies him as someone who is eligible to go into Service. He has been ready for this opportunity for years and thinks it will never happen. Brand moves on with his life until he receives a call from a Master, Trent Parks. He turns out to be a well-known professional baseball player and unlike anyone Brand has ever met. There is an age difference that Brand has to negotiate, being the older one, as well as the dangers of being with a famous person. Brand discovers, much to his surprise, that not only does he like Trent as a Master, but he is falling in love with him.