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Life as a wandering musician used to be easy for Tisik. Then his plan of wining, dining, and bedding his way across the fairy world is ruined when he’s wrongfully accused of seducing a prince by magic--which happens to be illegal.
Nido is assigned to Tisik as a guardian. His task is to bring Tisik to trial in the king’s city. Nido too was convicted of a crime he didn’t commit, so he’s sympathetic to Tisik’s situation. Not to mention that he finds Tisik irresistibly sexy. But Nido has to stay focused; if he fails to bring Tisik to trial, he’ll be locked away in the catacombs again.
As they travel, Tisik becomes convinced of a plot to frame him. Since he can’t look forward to a fair trial, he decides to actually use his magic to seduce Nido and then run for it. And though it turns out Nido is all too willing to be seduced, the affection that follows catches each man by surprise. With the trial looming, Nido faces an impossible decision--send the man he loves to wrongful imprisonment, or sacrifice his own freedom.
Previous book: The Catch
Halym knows better than to trust humans. Even though he’s a dragon at the top of the magical food chain, he just can’t get any respect from humans--particularly not from a magician like Merrick Leigh, who has the audacity to steal Halym’s soul.
Merrick has good reasons for taking the dragon captive, though it leaves him holding the proverbial wolf by the ear. He wants to use Halym’s powerful magical abilities to work an important spell, but Halym has other plans. Something about this magician piques Halym’s curiosity and whets his sexual appetite. Once Halym gives chase, Merrick finds he doesn’t have the will or the wiles to fend off the dragon’s advances. Although the dragon is under Merrick’s control, Merrick realizes he’s not the one in charge...and he likes it that way.
But everything changes when Halym steals back his soul. Now that Halym is free to leave, he isn’t sure he wants to. Yet staying with Merrick means not only learning to trust humans, but becoming one.
Fitz ought to know better than to want what he can’t have, but when it comes to Eli, he can’t seem to help it. When Fitz discovers Eli swimming naked one afternoon, he overcomes his doubts to have the man he wants. But he knows he can’t afford to get attached. He’s a pariah in the supernatural world and a killer as well. Plus, there’s someone trying to kill him.
Eli sees things differently. Both of them have been ostracized and abandoned, Fitz by the supernatural world, Eli by the real one. Eli believes he can find the home he’s always searched for at Zephyr Ranch, with Fitz by his side.
But even Eli has to admit that one serious problem stands between them: every day, Cyril Soldati’s control over the supernatural world tightens. Cyril sees Fitz as a barrier between him and absolute power, a barrier he intends to remove. Though Fitz is resigned to a final fight, he begins to doubt whether he can kill again, even if Cyril’s death would keep the supernatural world safe. He wants to be the kind of man worthy of Eli, but he might not get a choice.
Miles is too shy to ask his sexy personal trainer, Joel, out on a date. He thinks he’s never going to get any closer to Joel than a sweaty session at the gym, which means he’s unprepared for Joel to kiss him in the weight room. And kissing turns into so much more.
Joel’s been told he’s a big, dumb jock, so he’s pretty pleased to have landed somebody as smart and cute as Miles. But then they step outside, and it’s Joel who’s unprepared. There’s a fight between werewolves and a three-headed monster on the steps of the gym, and only Joel can see it.
There are other surprises in store—Miles turns into a glowing bird, Joel befriends a werewolf, and the two of them are soul mates. Joel doesn’t know which is harder to believe: that he’s worthy of Miles, or that he has a power beyond the ability to see the supernatural, a power he can’t control.
When the next wave of the supernatural battle separates the men, Joel has to learn to use what he’s been given or lose Miles forever.
Previous book: Fair Play
Jamie comes to his high school reunion on a mission: show everyone that the scared kid who was picked on for being gay has grown up into a sexy, confident lawyer. Maybe then he'll finally shake his fear of not fitting in.
Nick, once the worst of Jamie's bullies, has an agenda too. He's looking for Jamie...to apologize.
Though a stint in the army left Nick injured, humbled, and without a clear plan for his future, Jamie's skeptical that Nick has changed. Still, he doesn't fight the new sexual charge between them, even though his submissive tendencies and Nick's dominance seem like a recipe for high school all over again. A one-night stand with his former tormentor seems like just the thing to put the past behind him, but when he tries to walk away in the morning, he doesn't get very far.
He and Nick both are snatched by a band of werewolves and told they have a supernatural bond. Nick can see the supernatural world and Jamie...well, Jamie's apparently a kelpie.
Dismayed, Jamie fights their bond and their new reality, still believing Nick isn't trustworthy. Nick's determined to prove Jamie wrong and keep him safe. The combative supernatural world has them tightly in its grip; Nick and Jamie, though, have only each other to hold on to.
Series: Zephyr Ranch; Previous Book: Taking Sides
Bad boy Billy walks into Cameron's yoga class and changes everything. Their one-night stand lets Cameron experience a side of himself he never gets to show, and Billy thinks the sweet, open-minded yoga teacher is the perfect man to drag him out of his funk. But it feels perfect for a reason: they're counterparts, and their hookup makes them part of the supernatural world--where there's a war on.
Cyril Soldati's attempts to take over the supernatural world are getting harder for anyone to ignore, least of all Billy and Cameron. Cyril's henchman chases them to Zephyr Ranch, but even there, trouble won't leave them alone. Someone is trying to break down the ranch's defenses, and Billy is named as a suspect. Cameron gets caught in the middle; as little as he wants to believe Billy is a spy, he has to wonder if Billy's devil-may-care persona hides something darker. After all, Cameron has secrets of his own.
As safety gets harder to come by, Cameron and Billy's love must overcome their doubts. But even that may not be enough to save everyone, not when Cyril comes knocking.
Trav can't say no to a challenge, especially one that comes in a sexy package. Rival real estate agent Nils has never had a kind word for Trav, but when they get stuck in a house both men are trying to sell, Trav's touch melts Nils's icy exterior. The unexpected hookup brings really unexpected results: suddenly, fantastic creatures are fighting on all sides, and Nils turns into a huge black dog with strange powers.
They get away from the battle, but things only get weirder. They learn that their hookup has made them part of the supernatural world, which is rife with unrest, and that the two of them are now bound together. Just one question remains: how can they be soul mates when they can't stop fighting?
Though they can count on those fights to lead to incredible sex, Nils fears that's not going to be enough when he and Trav regularly compete for sales. Trav can't get through Nils's standoffishness, not until he volunteers them to help take out supernatural kingpin Cyril Soldati. To get out in one piece, they have to work together, but even that may not be enough to survive the supernatural storm that's coming.
Shane is accustomed to an orderly life, but after kissing Julian, nothing is going according to plan. Julian isn’t just a sexy librarian; he’s also Shane’s soul mate. Their liaison in the staff room at the library wasn’t just a mind-blowing hookup; it bound them together and gave them access to the supernatural world. Now Julian can turn into a sphinx while hobgoblins harass Shane at work, where his job is threatened by the supernatural bully who’s hunting the hobgoblins. And there’s one more problem: Shane’s mom is still waiting for him to bring home a girlfriend.
All Shane wants is to keep his life the way it is, but Julian hates being his soul mate’s secret. He can’t make Shane come out of the closet, and he can’t make him accept the twist their lives have taken. Only when the attacks on the hobgoblins escalate and Julian puts himself in the line of fire does Shane realize that there’s no hiding from the truth. If he doesn’t accept his new abilities and defend the man he’s come to love, he’ll lose them both.
Ben and Grant’s first date starts on the dance floor and ends up in the bedroom. The sex is fantastic, but then things get weird: Ben starts seeing fairies in the backyard, Grant turns into a sea monster, and a visitor pops in to inform them that they’re now supernaturally bound together--in other words, soul mates.
Ben’s inexperience and Grant’s history of casual flings leave them equally unprepared for a committed relationship. Grant tries to protect Ben from aggressive supernatural creatures, but Grant’s water-dragon form is helpless on dry land. The supernatural isn't just pixies and hobgoblins, either. A nasty piece of work named Cyril wants Grant on his side in a coming supernatural battle. To Cyril, Ben is only a complication.
Their lives will go back to normal if they no longer care for each other, and Grant begins to wonder if leaving Ben is the only way to keep him safe. But the love growing between them is real, and both men have to be prepared to fight for it--and each other.
Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: male/male sexual practices.