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Some men can only feel whole when lost in inclination.
When Nickolaus Brevin, the son of the highest ranking politician in the Protectorate, escapes into the city's streets for temporary sanctuary from his father despite the danger, little does he anticipate being kidnapped by one of the rebel forces. Taken to their leader he foresees torture or death, not falling for the enigmatic Melic -- a man who orders him to give the performance of his life, for his life. Not that the sexual encounter is exactly force when it brings long-denied desires alive.
What looks to be an act of humiliation is the only way Melic can think of staking a claim to the man he's instantly recognized -- a claim that may give both men what they seek, and make them feel whole by giving in to their natural inclinations.
Bobby, Chantelle, and Sam's lives have changed. Bobby is now a rural cop while Chantelle and Sam run the Hare and Hounds Pub and Restaurant. Their new situation would be idyllic if the only blight was Health and Safety insisting they cannot decorate with real mistletoe for the holidays.
Truth is, Sam's not doing so well -- he's suffering too much pain in the leg that was injured in a past accident. Although Sam knows he has the love of two beautiful shifters, he can't help his frustration. He longs to run with them, to not feel so weak. If his pain weren't bad enough, there's danger in the surrounding woods, something Chantelle senses, fails to understand, and dismisses when Bobby distracts her with sex.
When Sam is kidnapped, he has real cause to whine. Will he live long enough to get the kiss under the mistletoe that he longs for, and will the plant have to be made of plastic?
The world has become a harsh, bleak place. Men seek work where it's needed. The only safety working in the outer reaches is if one has the protection of a crew. Curt doesn't; he's solo.
When he inadvertently catches the gaze of a man he's desired from the first moment he saw him, he knows he risks abuse or even death. That's the best he can hope for, surely? But Curt's human -- he needs sex. Being tied up makes for some very curt courting, but to Curt's surprise, it might well end in love.
Dressed for far colder weather, Armand makes a strange spectacle in Final Cut. Krakow cannot believe Nico sends the man over to his corner, especially when he told the demon he wanted to be alone. His disgruntlement soon changes when he realises there's something different about Armand. Has Nico done the impossible and found someone Krakow can finally share intimacy with?
Krakow has the answers to Armand's lonely existence and a cure so Armand no longer has to feel cold.
When Adam overreacts to his mother's matchmaking and insults an old friend, little does he know he's closer to the truth than he thinks. Calling Lane a fairy isn't the slight he thinks it is. Adam has very clear ideas concerning the type of man he's attracted to, and Lane isn't it.
Little does he know he's also goaded the other man into acting on feelings long suppressed. For both of them, what they feel during sex and afterwards brings more than a little magic into their lives. If they can survive their own mistaken beliefs and prejudices -- and outside threats -- they might just find something lasting together, and Adam might have to change his mind about the importance of physical attraction and what it means.
While Adam's shop burns around him, can he salvage more than the precious items for sale?
Genre: BDSM LGBT Futuristic Fantasy
Antal loves his life and is proud not only to be in charge of a regiment of guards but also to act as a personal protector, bodyguard, to a good friend. Alas, he’s young to carry so much responsibility and has to accept that even the most dedicated person needs time off. He needs something new and different in his life but doesn’t know what...or whom.
Kilan is a Swithin prince -- the only one now that his brother is king -- but although he’s happier than he’s ever been, he’s always been mischievous. He’d rather do what he likes than what others say is right. He hates the responsibility of duty and is always on the lookout for a little fun...and lately, Antal has certainly started to look like he might be fun!
They believe they have nothing in common aside from a physical attraction, until they realize they both share the weight of responsibility. Maybe they deserve to spend some time in each other’s arms. What Kilan doesn’t realise is that Antal doesn’t know how to be anything but dominant...until it’s too late...and Antal has more experience in many things than the young prince, who may secretly be submissive.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: BDSM elements, dubious consent, male/male sexual practices, violence.
Genre: LGBT Futuristic Science Fiction Menage
Length: Novel Plus
The last thing the crew of the Sovereignty expects -- or needs -- is an additional crewmember. But when an unknown assailant attacks, Axel has no choice but beam the stranger on board the spacecraft. Then it really gets interesting.
Already in a sexual relationship with "Snake" who is a rare species of alien, Axel doesn't want another lover to complicate his already challenging existence. The trouble is, he can't deny his growing attraction for the newcomer, who happens to be a very striking and intelligent woman. She's so intelligent she's already worked out that Snake is an alien and that the two men are lovers, even if it's the farthest thing from domestic bliss.
Still, Axel isn't the only one who wants Sela. Snake's drawn to her too, and Sela doesn't seem to mind the idea that Axel and Snake are lovers, especially after she sees them together...
Of course, in the meantime they've got to fight a corrupt government and deal with a zealot of a leader, but if the three can put their differences and natural inclination to distrust aside, they might just find peace...with each other. Sometimes giving in isn't giving up. Sometimes it's Cosmic.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, dubious consent, male/male sexual practices, ménage (m/m/f), violence.
Previous Book: Snow Angel
Genre: LGBT Erotic Contemporary
Last year, Dean Chapman fell hard.for another man. His childhood friend, Jay Reid, has a kind, loving soul; there's a reason Dean calls him "Angel". Now Dean's painfully aware that he holds an angel's heart in the palm of his hand.
Since they've moved in together, most of their friends and family have been supportive, but the one person who knows just how to wind him up, drop him down and step all over him is the one woman who should be on their side: Jay's sister, April. And she's waiting for him to fail.big time.
Dean's determined to prove her wrong but only time can do that and he's not the most patient of men. Even worse, sometimes he fears that despite his resolve, he'll lose the only person who has ever made his heart race. Jay should have someone who can love him completely, and give him everything both emotionally and physically that he needs. If Dean wants to keep him, he has to give himself up to a gay relationship completely and that includes his heart, as well as his more intimate parts.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Male/male sexual situations.