Cezar Cozman is resigned with the fate drawn for him by his parents. Pulled from his never-ending abroad studies in which he has never excelled, duels, gambling, and scandalous affairs aside, he is to be married within a few months’ time to a woman he has no feelings for.
There is little comfort in knowing what the future holds. Cezar also knows well that he will never have what his heart truly desires, but he sees no other way. That, until one unbearably hot day, a beautiful horse thief enters his life, impetuous and unexpected like a summer storm, and powerful like a force of nature, bent on stealing his heart away.
George Granger has been separated from his command, and how finds himself in limbo, waiting for Valiant to return. In the meantime, the Admiralty has found other things for him to do. Little does Granger know that when his ship finally does return, he'll be given an entirely different challenge, one that will take him to entirely new waters.
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.
It is the year 1690 and Europe is at war. In the East the Great Turkish War still rumbles on and in the West the Empire is barely holding off the hostile Christian power of Louis XIV's France. In the middle are the divided Rothenian lands, its two rival realms in uneasy peace. Through all this human conflict young Sergius von Tarlenheim seeks to make a career at the Ruritanian court, where he finds unexpected friends and mysterious enemies. But unknown to him greater conflicts by far are beginning in the World Beyond, where notice is being taken of the changing nature of humankind and rival factions are forming in response.
A modern gay, but explicit, romance involving gentlemen over 30. One of our heroes has finally found the courage to act on his self-knowledge of being gay - but it was far from easy as he explains with much humour to the man with whom he falls in love. The story covers several years, with some of life's ups and downs along the way including a dash of personal trauma and some intrigue.
The Peacher empire needs Justin Peacher-White and he rises to the challenge. But it means moving job, partner and child to the Rothenian capital, Strelzen. It goes off better than he has a right to expect, but what he doesn’t realise is that an implacable enemy is on his trail, and the very existence of Rothenia is in the balance. Fortunately he has unlikely allies in the shape of two way-out monks and a fifteenth-century countess.
Being a lad from the mines I always wondered what it would be like to make good and become a Lord of the land... Not long ago, we remembered one hundred years since the start of the great war. This story was originally born at that time as I started thinking about my background. My family were all miners and during the war the mines were owned by the gentry, the Dukes and such... It got me thinking, what if during the war the workers(Miners) met the ruling classes? What if one of them was evacuated in the war to live with a miner and his family... Such fun!
Aidan and Lorcan; brothers are young fosters trapped in their bedroom. During the wake of a heatwave in Ireland, they find themselves, bored. Yet, a downpour foils their plans for any fun outdoors. Tired and weary of sitting around the two siblings get to questioning what happened to their parents before they ended up in social care. Leading the two to work in cahoots on a hunt for information to find out the truth.