Arad Ansari is a homeless street slug in the Grey District A-5 colony. Work is hard to come by and he has to compete with the animal/human hybrids called DemiShou, forcing him to make his way in less than savory methods. Getting off-planet sounds like a godsend, but fate has a way of complicating the best opportunities of a man with little luck.
Robbie and Mark are young irish musicians playing in a band with their three best friends and becoming more and more successful.
Robbie is so in love with his best friend that he'd rather hide his feelings and his homosexuality not to lose him and not to fuck up their future within the band. But when Mark starts to notice that Robbie might be gay, he can't help but feel bi-curious and starts to feel attracted to him. When Mark finally works up the courage to talk to Rob about how he feels, their friendship suddenly takes a new turn and Mark seriously questions his sexuality.
NFL quarterback Andrew Thompson is tired of being blasted in the press for his notorious playboy lifestyle and wild reputation. But just as he's trying to make changes in his life and become a better man, a brand new article by respected journalist Aubrey Miller, goes viral. The author berates Andrew for perpetuating a negative image of gay men in the media and questions his dedication to the community. Initially, the quarterback is furious with Miller, but a chance encounter with the handsome writer leaves him rather conflicted about his feelings.
Grant is a man new to his work and to the East Coast of the United States. He has been given every opportunity and chance, and has capitalized on that as he starts his new life. Troy has lost almost everything, and his life over the last sixteen months has been nothing but a struggle.
A burned journal sends them on a collision course.
This is their story.
Author's Note: The story will update twice a week on Thursdays and Sundays
Jett Huntsman has his business straight, which is to scare schmucks into paying back what’s due. And yeah, he’s making shit tons of money while at it. Mostly because he’s good at it. Not that he brags.
What he’s not good at, though, is how to deal with seeing a crying baby left in front of his house with the self-explanatory message: “Assume responsibility, asshole!”
Jett has no time to think things through. He has schmucks to shake for money. So his kid, if that’s his kid, will have to come with him.
Supernaturals are being murdered and Oberon, the Seelie King, wants to put a stop to whatever it is that's threatening the world. After being too late to save one, a young dragon in danger is thrown into his path, tied to him by fate, and opening to him a new path to stopping this evil.
Etienne, a loup garou from the bayou, moves to a new town and school. After spending his life hiding what he is, will he be able to open himself up to love and being claimed by twin dragons? The world is a far bigger place than he ever imagined.
Nathanial Miklas has an interesting side-job. He's an empath who can untangle what's going on under the surface people show the world. His own world is finally carefully arranged how he wants it, safe and contained, different from his past. Will the man he meets on his latest job break him out of the protective box he's put himself in, or just put him in danger?
Caleb Hawkins is a normal teenager living in Raccoon City when the pandemic of the T-Virus happened. His life was thrown into a disarray and found himself in the middle of an Umbrella Corporation conspiracy that will start the end of the world.
Resident Evil Fanfic. Took place during and after RE: Apocalypse. Mix of the SD Perry (books) and Anderson (movie) universe.
Reggie is a young man in his early twenties, living a quiet life. His blindness makes him over cautious in new situations, at least until one day on his way home when he meets a stranger, a man with a voice smooth as honey and burning hot as the most expensive whiskey, starts flirting with him.
Being a sexual invert is a dangerous past time in Jahke's world, and though reading dirty books is illegal, it's a lot safer being in the Reading Room than being out in the city. Safer that is, unless you attract the attention of demons with a penchant for pretty boys and time to waste.