Transman, Reed Collins and his partner, Levon Kruger, an openly gay drummer for the heavy metal band Hardcore, have been in a committed relationship for eight months. The couple is continuing to explore the love and passion that began in an online chat program a year ago. Recently, they further defined that commitment as a marriage.
While on their honeymoon, Avery Gaines walks into their lives in what he calls, “a chance meeting.” The couple is immediately attracted to the tall, dark-haired stranger, with deep green eyes. Reed is the first to admit his love for Avery, but Levon holds his emotions in check. Avery wants the trio to share love and a commitment, not readily understanding Levon’s reservations.
The romantic triangle goes through a period of conflict and turmoil, until Levon finally reveals a promise that he made to Reed, and how loving Avery would call into question the very foundation of the marriage he shares with his partner.
All Dane Gale ever wanted was to be a
successful writer. After a few sessions
with his new friends Rose and Sherry at a romance book club, well, the more
romances they read, the more they’re convinced they can do better. And do they ever! They join their creative forces to become
“Pamela Clarice,” self-published romance novelist. When they look for a cover model for their
first book, Dane sees the photos that will change his life.
Paul Musegetes is the world’s most popular
romance cover model, and the most secretive.
Dane soon finds himself obsessed with this supernaturally handsome man,
and when he meets Paul at the Romance Writers’ Ball on the Summer Solstice, he
and Paul connect for one night of passion…
After that night, Dane's a writing
machine. He can’t stop writing romances,
and every story he touches turns to gold.
But he also finds that he can’t write anything but romances. And soon
he's spending every waking moment of every day writing another after another...
Then Dane finds out that this Midas touch
has a heavy price. After the next Summer
Solstice, he’ll never write again. Not a
romance, not a serious novel.
Nothing. Not even a grocery
list. And that leaves him with only one
option – find Paul, and get him to break the curse. But before he can do that, he’ll have to
track down Paul’s equally mysterious photographer, Jackson da Vinci…
The Happily Ever After Mating Agency Presents: Snövarg
Being sent to a mating agency
by his parents is humiliating enough for bunny shifter Tyler Thompson. The fact
that he has the rare ability to carry offspring just makes him all the more
apprehensive. Growing up in a warren where everyone was told how to live and
how to behave, Tyler dreamt of escaping. Realizing just how in demand someone
like him is, and that the choice of mate is solely his, Tyler decides to go as
far away as he can. A remote island in the Baltic Ocean sounds like a good
choice, and the love story between the two wolves there touches Tyler's heart.
Together since they were
sixteen, alpha Eric Snövarg and lover Finn Michaels know that the only way they
can be mated, and stay with their pack, is by bringing in a third capable of
giving Eric heirs. Though uncertain of their decision, bringing the bunny into
their family seems like the only way.
Allen Heras just landed his dream job, and he’s determined to make the most of this chance for a new life. Only there’s a problem: he can’t seem to stop lusting after his bosses. After suppressing his bisexuality his whole life, he can’t afford to let his hormones ruin his chances for success. Now, if he could just get his big head to convince the little one of that, he’d be just fine.
Sidri McKenna and Tatum McAlister have always known there was something missing between them: another man, one who could bear the love of two Doms. And they’ve chosen Allen to be that man. They’d always known it would be an uphill battle, convincing Allen that three people could make it in a long-term triad. But when the demons from Allen’s horrible past threaten their relationship, they realize that the real battle isn’t convincing Allen to love them---it’s convincing him he’s worth loving in the first place.