Miah's in a jam. He can't work his stake, but if he doesn't accept his precious cattle, already paid for with nearly all the money he had to his name, he could lose everything. Lisco and Moshe still want him, and are willing to do just about anything to convince Miah they're serious. Will he let them help him out, or will he let pride ruin everything?
Sure, alien shifters lost their planet lived on Earth. Miah'd never met one, so he ignored all the gossip. Then he moved to the city for school. After years of focus he let loose on the cusp of graduation and headed to a bar with his roommate. How could one conversation about shifters hunting humans would cause so much trouble? Ambushed and trapped, he refused to give in. His life, everything he'd ever wanted, is at risk. Will he find the right way out?
Delbert Peterson was really excited to go to the 1936 Minnesota State Fair for the whole time, the first week without his parents. It would be his last time showing as a 4-H member staying in the dorms and this would give him a chance to explore. He was especially interested by the carnies who operated the rides. They intrigued him so.
Seth Dacosta loves thunder and lightning, which is good, because he lives in South Florida where tropical storms roll in and make noise all of the time. Unforntunately for Seth, the man he loves does not feel quite the same way about the destructive beauty of nature. After two years together, will Seth discover why, every time there is a thunderstorm, he finds his boyfriend hiding in the wardrobe?
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.
Malcolm Turner is very happy living in the countryside, building custom furniture and nursing his ancient and decrepit Land Rover back to life on a regular basis. The love of his life left him for the city, but back luck comes in threes, and Malcolm is about to find out what else the universe has in store for him this winter.
Miah, Moshe, and Lisco have a chance at happiness--but only if they can make a relationship between them work. Two alien shifters from a planet far from Earth, and one man who just wants to help heal his planet--can they trust the feelings growing between them?
As he watches his, now ex, boyfriend drive away, the weather starts to go wrong in Devon Smith's life. It rains every day, and out in the countryside, that much water has devastating effects. Dev tries to stay positive as weeks turn into months, and the rain continues to hammer down, and dreams about meeting someone who can fill his heart, and his world, with sunshine.
Dr. Jason Hampton is a man on a mission. He wants to cure, not merely treat post traumatic stress disorder. He is driven to this by the untimely death of his partner. Hampton is ready and willing to do whatever it takes to find this silver bullet.
During an unusual winter, TJ heads to his family’s cabin for some peace and solitude. However, solitude is not to be as a bad winter storm strikes, stranding a stranger outside his family’s cabin. Will he let his walls down and let this man into his heart?
Moshe and Lisco tried courting Miah their way, but it didn't turn out how they'd expected. Now he's injured and has to depend on them. How can he have the life he's always planned? Moshe and Lisco don't want to change his dream, they just want to be a part of it. But can they convince Miah?