When I was in college, I had a friend that worked the summers at various resorts. In the fall when school would resume, he’d hold court at lunch and tell us tales of his summer experience, showing us his trinkets, that’s what he called them. Based on those tales, I wrote the following story, Home Away From Home.
Be warned, the story involves explicit sex between gay couples. If you have read any my other stories, this will be quite different.
Being at the bottom the pack hierarchy, Sasha is conflicted on an everyday basis. He does not feel like he belong, being a different species, being gay. His wolf wishes to protect but his human side wishes to surrender, only adding to his confusion.
When he finds out he is drawn to the pack alpha, it only complicates things.
Tristan knows how to run his pack, even though is has a lot of members, he is respected and no one dares to defy him. Until he comes across Sasha, the lowest ranked pack member who defiantly growled at him.
Successful businessman Leonard Day's life revolves around his work until a call from his mother summons him back to his family home in Drayton, Norwich. His father has died. With a past he would rather forget, builder Adrian Lamperton prefers to live alone. But when Lenny Day arrives in town, feelings of attraction resurface.
Leonard learns he has inherited a Welsh farmhouse, something nobody knew about, and employs Adrian to help inspect the property. But tragedy and mystery surround the house and very soon they start to unearth things that others would prefer remained buried.
When Mike’s 47 year old cousin (also his best friend) dies he realizes he must make major changes in his lifestyle or his own funeral could be soon. A self-imposed journey to improve himself both physically and emotionally leads him to discover the Mike he has been repressing for years and he comes to terms with life as a gay man.
The Eighth Pass is over. At Fort Weyr, D’gar, Herebeth’s rider faces the future without his weyrmate, lost to Thread just two Falls before the last.
When Lessa brings the five Weyrs forward to the beginning of the Ninth Pass, he must face his fears, try to adapt to an altered world and take the risk of falling in love all over again.
There is personal, and then, there’s stuff that’s not personal. Boundaries are good to have, and Mason Knight believes he knows the difference well, as he has known for a long time. That, until one weird day, he finds himself moved by music, jumped by a man who could make the heavens sigh with his looks, and … what else? Ah, a ghost suddenly wants to keep him company. Mason doesn’t believe in ghosts, except this guy, well, he seems pretty much real.
David and TC find themselves worlds apart. Neither of them know what it will take to overcome the the obstacles in their way. They both will face their problems head on and maybe by going backwards they'll be able to move forward and find what they both need.
Greyson Myers anchors the the number-one newscast on cable. To the world, he and his wife Elizabeth were America's couple. At least until their divorce.
Grey was not himself after divorce. With the encouragement of the network, his manager sends him to Hawaii for a two-week seminar called Epic Life.
Greyson Myers has no idea what roads he will travel on his way to that epic life. Greyson Myers has no idea who the stunning man was who caught his eye at the very first session. Greyson Myers has no idea why it was a man that caught his eye.
Omegas must pick a beta to be theirs for life - a guard to protect them wherever they go. Every beta is muted, their voice physically taken from them. Zaran is an omega who doesn't believe in the tradition. With his new bonded guard Einar, Zaran must show him he means more to him than just silent protection. Worse, Zaran must face the bidding- alphas coming from other packs to find strong omegas with special abilities. Abilities like Zaran's, which will bring the deadliest alpha of them all and an epic journey none of them ever could have imagined.
Follow Beta Louis as he travels to Washington State to assist the pack locate missing children that had been stolen from the pack. Tim and Jonathan's friend Tony rejected his mate because of his inability to leave Jonathan alone and trying to break his mateship with Tim. The rejected mate, Steve, is involved in the stealing of the pups because Tony will not accept him.
After Louis and his team arrive Tim introduces Tony to the team. Louis takes one smell and recognizes Tony as his mate. Tony realized what happened and quickly left the group. Louis didn't see him again for the rest of the night.
Continuation of Worth the Struggle series, in this book the kids are growing. The adults lives have evolved as have the multitude of families. The struggles have definitely continued, but so has the fun. Join us as the journey of life continues on.