Evin and Ben were boyfriends for over two years in college, but their lives went in very different directions after they graduated. Now, years later, they meet again in a new city when Evin hurts himself. Ben is an emergency room resident when he'd always planned to be a hot shot plastic surgeon. Evin has a son, and his entire demeanor is different. Can they bridge the gap years placed between them or was their first parting destined to be repeated?
Gavin has everything...almost. His college loans are paid off, he has a great job, and a house he loves even if it's empty when he comes home. He also has a sexy new neighbor, Tate, that he cannot stop thinking about. Gavin has finally let the past go even if he is clinging to some insecurities and trust issues. Tate wants Gavin more than anything, but it can only work if Gavin can finally move on and accept Tate’s secret.
Sven Tollefson has never married. In fact, he's never had a relationship of any type. During the drought of 1888, he was worried about his hay and corn crops. Without enough to feed his milking cows, they'd never get through the harsh Minnesota winter. He hires a young local man to help him with this new idea called 'silage. This is their story.
Jeff, a young married university professor in San Antonio, sips a beer at a bar and runs into Fitz, an airman from Lackland Air Force Base. He doesn't know it, but his life is about to burn out of control.
Palouse is a coming-to-maturity story of a half-Navajo boy who is a virtuoso at violin. The story traces his rise, fall, and reemergence in the context of a domineering mother. It is a story also of a developing love between the boy and a gay friend.
Two college men who have volunteered to tutor black kids for the 1969 summer in the South grow more and more attracted to one another. But the summer ends before they realize the full extent of their love for one another, and they go separate ways—one to get married and have children, the other to join the military and go to Vietnam.