Headstall, in Fiction. 08/09/2021 (Updated: 10/18/2021)
Boone and Coy have built a damn good life in Larkspur, and feel on top of the world at being able to share such blessings with each other. The Old West has its challenges for men made like them, but everything is falling into place on their little piece of the frontier... until an unexpected visitor shows up out of the blue. Suddenly, their world is turned upside down as they struggle to help the troubled man.
Cia, in Fiction. 09/06/2020 (Updated: 10/18/2021)
Website designer Scottie Ness is taking a well-deserved vacation from the grindstone, and he plans to spend it in the solitude of Washington’s Gifford Pinchot National Forest around Mt. Adams. He’s prepared for everything—except the lightning storm that traps him in a wildfire. Or meeting Jax Quintero, an abrasive firefighter whose bulky uniform couldn't hide a jawline chiseled from stone and intense eyes that burned him with scorn. Or was that the flames surrounding them?
Maybe Scottie should have gone to Hawaii on vacation instead.
Dabeagle, in Fiction. 07/18/2021 (Updated: 10/17/2021)
Hunter has plans and reasons. Get the hell out of Park Terrace, power through college to get to New York City where he can be himself - because there is nothing and no one to tie him down, unless you could coming back to visit the parents. New York City would bring the romance he loves so much, maybe even one of those 'hate them at first sight and grudgingly learn to love them' type stories.
No. Those are too much work.
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C. Henderson, in Fiction. 02/16/2021 (Updated: 10/16/2021)
Dani is a Special—a vampire created in a laboratory with the purpose of harnessing a unique power. When he turns 18, he is sworn to use his gift in order to protect the delicate harmony of the vampire world and ensuring it doesn’t fall into the wrong hands like it has in the past, when a vicious monarchy, the Carandini family, ruled the vampire clans and rained chaos upon the human world. But things get complicated when he meets a mysterious boy named Vincent and is put in a difficult predicament of having to choose between his future mission and the desires of his non-beating heart.
Bodark Creek is a small, former mill town, north of Dallas and close to the Oklahoma border. Starting in 1908, Addy Bronner Braden spends most of her very long life there, surrounded by her large, close family. She loves them, leads them, and depends on them.
There is one gay person in this book – my husband. That makes sense, since the book is based on one half of his family tree. But he only turns up at the very end and as a visitor. And that about defines the relationship between gay people and this part of his family.
The last thing a supervillain wants is to find out that his boyfriend is a superhero. Worse, his boyfriend now wants to protect him from his villain persona. To protect his goal, it seems that a breakup is in order - or it would if he could let go of his feelings. Updates Mondays.
Mark Arbour, in Fiction. 10/23/2020 (Updated: 10/10/2021)
It is January 2004 and the United States and its “allies” have just completed the successful invasion of Iraq and Saddam Hussein has been captured. US Presidential Elections are on the horizon. Howard Dean is the frontrunner to be the Democratic candidate to take on George W. Bush.
These events weigh lightly on the mind of Will Schluter. He just graduated from high school a semester early and is looking forward to spending the next eight months in the pursuit of hedonistic pleasure and mind broadening experiences.
Neither Will nor his country had any idea about the challenges that lurked ahead.