Emily Carrington was born and raised in the wilds of Western New York. She has been pursuing a career in gay romance since 2004. She lives in Buffalo, NY near the gay Mecca with her guide dog.
James is a water dragon who fell in love with a human. Rather than expose that human to a dangerous magical world, James abandons Henry.
Five years later, they meet again--and it’s like they were never separated. Except Henry refuses--beyond the occasional bang--to have anything to do with James.
When Henry is punished for upsetting a powerful magical creature, James follows him into imprisonment. Together they struggle, with impromptu sex and in spite of discoveries, to overcome the past.
What’s the worst thing about being a water demon? You can’t tell your husbands apart. Of course, it doesn’t help when your newest mate-to-be disguises himself as his brother to win your hand.
Prince Felimid wants nothing more than to have a kelpie in his family so that his own race will have some stronger blood to mix in and have a hope of keeping water demons from dying out altogether. What he gets is a shy, sneaky, and virginal kelpie whose seed has yet to be proven. Initially furious that he’s been tricked, Felimid can’t deny the courageous and lusty husband he’s accidentally won.
Small town New York, 1946: Fresh from the horrors of post-atomic Hiroshima, all Don Chesterfield wants is to forget what he saw, and grieve the friend and almost-lover he lost. Back in the States after receiving a blue ticket discharge, he finds shelter a few days before Christmas with Will Jefferson, a black man who immediately sparks Don's sexual fire and imagination.
Will refuses to accept their powerful attraction, because of trouble he's had with white men in the past, but try as he might, he can't resist the pull to get to know Don. They grow closer, revealing their struggles and bonding over their unfair discharges, until their sexual attraction explodes into violence and tenderness.
As each seeks for a way to reunite with his family, he wonders: could this man be the answer to something he wants even more than the family into which he was born?
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As half of the first gay couple on his Air Force base, Xander Tsoukatos feels like he's being studied--like a bug under a magnifying glass--by the base community. His lover, Sergeant John Tsoukatos, doesn't help when he directs Xander like he would any fellow soldier.
After seven years together, in which Xander follows John through transfer after transfer, from base to base, they are finally settled in one place and married. Without all the upheaval, they learn quickly they've lost any connection between them beyond sexual attraction.
Now they must either explore the virtues of Christmas--hope, faith, and fidelity--to bring them closer, or give up each other forever.
Previous Book: Heartwood
Can marriage be a shield, sword, and healing balm? That's Aidan's hope: use marriage to get out of town, preserving his relationship by saving his lover's mind.
When the man who molested Aidan's lover escapes a pedophile charge, Aidan will stop at nothing to keep his lover, Mike, safe. But Mike can't imagine leaving the town he's lived in all his life. Just as he can't imagine letting go of self-recriminations or sharing his nightmares with Aidan. If they can't find a way through this, their fledgling relationship will die before it can grow deep enough roots.
Mike Delaney, a sheltered nineteen-year-old, is hired to assist Aidan Kelly, a blind high school senior with a rainbow for every occasion. He isn't prepared for his attraction to Aidan, or the residual fear caused by being back at the high school.
Aidan Kelly, also nineteen years old, was forced to transfer to the new school after a violent altercation with another student, and recognizes and welcomes his attraction to Mike. Even though he finally persuades Mike to open his closet door, Aidan learns there's a reason that door was locked closed in the first place.
The man who tormented Mike and made him ashamed of being himself is still very much in his life, and will stop at nothing, including murder, to ensure Mike's silence. Can Mike draw enough strength from his love for Aidan to end the torment? Can Aidan, who has cause to fear his violent side, overcome his terror of his own abilities long enough to defeat Mike's tormentor?
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: male/male sexual practices, violence.
Genre:LGBT Shape-shifter Paranormal
Series:Dragon in Training; Prev Book: Dragon Fire
Atlas, a genie-god with nearly limitless power, has one task to complete. He must find the modern equivalent of Cerberus and kill it. He discovers the three-headed dog's incarnation are three figures which surround his current master, Dan. These three are Dan's current lover, Reese, Mark, a water dragon and Reese's obsession, and Luke, Mark's genie. Luke possesses nowhere near Atlas's strength. If Atlas fails, he will be unleashed upon the world, insane and unstoppable.
Mark and Luke, still uneasy in their unequal relationship and with Mark's reluctance to fully embrace his true nature as a dragon, find themselves under attack. Their memories are altered and untrustworthy. They forget key information, including Atlas's existence, and how much they love and need each other, long enough or consistently enough to effectively fight back against this powerful new threat. And they aren't the only ones whose memories and realities are being violated and altered. As their uneasiness around each other grows, Mark and Luke may lose sight of the one thing that has always protected them. Only their love for each other can save them -- and everyone at Searchlight -- from Atlas completing his terrible final task.
Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: male/male sexual practices.
Something is hunting along the Gulf coast of Florida, and Mark Tavery is tasked with finding it. His expertise in dragons is his pride, but he can’t say the same about his romantic relationships. When he picks up a lamp during his investigation, he’s shocked at his instant attraction to, and all-consuming need for, the genie inside.
The genie, Luke, enjoying his attraction to his newest master, is intent on giving Mark nothing less than his heart’s desire. Mark’s greatest desire is to have Luke in his life and in his bed, but he refuses to acknowledge this because loving Luke means letting out the demons locked in his heart. Giving in to the promise in Luke’s words and touch means he runs the risk of killing the genie he loves.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: D/s elements, dubious consent, male/male sexual practices, violence.