Billy needs some companionship, and he decided to adopt a dog to make his life richer and happier. What he gets when he lets big, shaggy stray Bear into his life is something completely unexpected. Bear is a wonderful companion, but he's even better in his man-form. When Billy finds out it's the moon that brings out the beast in Bear, he finds a solution that works for both of them. With a series of vicious dog attacks creating panic all over the city, though, Billy has to wonder if Bear has eve... more info>>
Hidden in plain view, taboo lovers bond in ways mundane eyes cannot see. When two are not enough, "Bite Me" shows how three can seal their truest carnal connections. When Needed, by Sean Michael, starts off with Jen, whose two faithful canine companions might be more than they seem. In Like a Thousand Miles of Fire, Marie Carlson's half-demon Crystal Andraya finds strength in the arms of her vampire lovers as war between their races looms. In Joyce Sully's Roll Up, a joyless student falls for a ... more info>>
Two years ago, the lead singer for Axel Grind died of a drug overdose. Now, the label has brought the band back together and given them a new lead singer -- a young hot shot named Ricky. Ray, the band's lead guitarist and the man who writes most of their songs, has been given the task of being Ricky's babysitter. If anything goes wrong, it'll all be on Ray. With a lead singer who has enough stage fright that he's puking before the show, and three original band members who resent the hell out of... more info>>
Rich kid Swift runs into a trio of thugs walking home one night, literally, and they're planning on taking their pound of flesh in retaliation. Before they can really go to town on him, though, a homeless man comes to his rescue. Wanting to return the favor, Swift invites the man, Foster, back to his place for a shower, a meal and possibly more. Can these two seemingly disparate men find common ground in each other?
Gary gets roped into staying at his Grandmother's for the month of December, and he thinks it's going to be a real drag. What he thinks will be a dull series of errands turns out to be a blast, his Gran and her friends keeping him on his toes. The ladies pump up his belief in himself, too, so when they stop the hunk from the neighborhood gym and introduce the two men, Gary runs with it, agreeing to meet Tony for lunch, and maybe more. Can Gary get over his natural shy nature and snare the bodybu... more info>>
Digby Waters hates his job. He's an office drone in a big, soulless company, and most days he has to drag himself off to work. One day he doesn't make it into the office. Instead, he's drawn into a bakery by the delicious smell of their trademark cinnamon buns wafting out into the street. When Digby sees the help wanted notice in the bakery window, he's convinced it's a sign. Early morning hours and a gruff baker can't deter him from taking the job, especially when the baker, Keith, is built li... more info>>
Mountain is the son of hippies, and kind of a wild child himself. He hates to be tied down, preferring to make his living on traveling and sleight of hand. Mountain thinks Rand is just another stuffed suit when they meet, but he soon finds out that they have more in common than they think. The two find some common ground, making a relationship for themselves, but it's not long before the itchy feet start to get to Mountain, and he knows he's going to have to leave. Will Rand choose his conventio... more info>>
Piggy's just your average demon, trying to earn brownie points with the Boss by causing mischief on earth. The problem is that he's not very good at it. Every time he tries to be evil, he winds up screwing up and doing good instead. The old adage of 'every time a bell rings an angel gets its wings' is true in this world, and Piggy keeps earning wings he doesn't want by doing these accidental good deeds. Then he has to go skulking back to the Boss to fess up and get the wings removed. To make ma... more info>>
Paramedic Dirk Waters is stressed. Work sucks, and his lover has left him, and he just needs a break. When he heads for the mountains for an extended vacation, he has no idea what's waiting for him. Park Ranger Wayne Barlow is on a search and rescue mission for Dirk, who is presumed missing after staying out one night, camping at a lake where he's found some peace of mind in the quiet, idyllic setting. Wayne and Dirk hit it off, but will it be enough to fulfill Dirk's needs? Based on the Tarot c... more info>>
Kent hates Halloween. He always has, always will. He's even gone so far as to call in sick to work on Halloween this year in order to avoid all the hoopla. Can a very sexy stranger banging on his door in the middle of the day, demanding his help change his mind about the holiday? Or will it just cement his hatred of Halloween for once and for all?
Drey's friend Ruby has set him up on yet another blind date. Drey's not fond of blind dates -- they're awkward and have a huge potential for embarrassment. When he meets Milton, though, he begins to wonder if Ruby didn't get it right this time: the man is hot and they seem to be avoiding all the usual blind date pitfalls. Could this be the start of something good?
Winston knows he isn't sexy. He isn't a stud, classically handsome, and he doesn't have rhythm. A night on the dance floor with a stranger proves otherwise, though. Can best friend Clark convince Winston that he's all the sexy a man could hope to be, off the dance floor as well as on it?
Dar's at the ski hill with his best friend Perry, acting as Perry's wing man with the ski bunnies. It's a small price to pay for an all-expenses paid ski trip, especially as he's not interested in the ladies himself. When the most gorgeous stud Dar's ever seen heads right for them, Perry's worried about the competition, but Dar's worried he's drooling all over himself. Could the man really be coming over just to introduce himself to Dar?
Jacques Duchamps lives and works the Canadian sugar bush where he grew up with his grandfather. It's a lonely existence, but he wouldn't give it up for the world: sugaring off is in his blood. One late fall day, he encounters a wounded wolf, who follows him home. Both Jacques and the wolf are cautious, but eventually come to trust each other. Could the wolf be more than he appears to be? And will Jacques be able to accept the impossible and discover his soul mate?
Dayton is a werewolf and a loner, and even though it's not good for him he has a weakness for chocolate in any form. Especially hot chocolate. He also has a weakness for human men, even though both humans and gay men are frowned upon by the pack. He just knows that his mate is a human male, even if he hasn't found the right one. It's fun looking for him. There's an edge of danger and whole lot of fun. Connor is the town's only baker. He makes bread, cakes, cookies and pastries that he sells out ... more info>>
Ted's a very civilized man. He's into things like going to the art museum and discussing the paintings with his lover. Unfortunately for him, his latest beau is more into the security guards than the artwork. Ted is determined not to let that spoil his day; the big, muscled shifter he runs into might be a different story, though. Ted is bowled over by Brock, both literally and figuratively. Will Brock be able to awaken Ted's animal nature?
Davey is proud of his business, Pomegranate weddings. He's built it from the ground up, and couldn't be happier to be putting on his best friends' wedding and reception. He's even hired his best photographer, Alan to work the ceremony and reception. Alan would love to be more than an employee to Davey, but he's not sure how to get close enough to make it happen. What he doesn't know is that Davey shares his desires. Can Davey find a happy ending for them like he had for so many of his clients?
Ryan Gardiner, Jr. has gone back to his tenth high school reunion. He's done it because in high school he was a friendless nerdy geek who was picked on by anyone. Today he's buff, good-looking and highly successful and he wants everyone who made his life a misery to know just how well he's doing for himself. Especially quarterback Jason Lacrost. Ryan had a crush on Jason, who didn't even know he existed. But Jason has a reason of his own to be at the reunion--will it put a crimp in Ryan's plans?
There are a lot of things that Todd doesn't like about being a werewolf. In fact, he's pretty sure he can name at least ten things he hates off the top of his head, from his new diet of raw meat to the fact that there doesn't seem to be any other gay werewolves. Can an encounter with a stranger who smells divine turn everything around? Or is he doomed to hate his new nature forever?
Brian loves his life. He loves his apartment and his job and most of all he loves Ricky. Still, that doesn't mean he doesn't yearn for a little more. Brian would like Ricky to give up the apartment he never uses and move in permanently. He'd also like to be a little more adventurous in the bedroom, but anytime he's brought it up, Ricky points to the eyeliner he wears when they go out dancing and says that's more than kinky enough. Brian knows Ricky is his one and only, though, and figures he's ... more info>>
Justice lives a pretty lonely life, working his family's land and trying to make ends meet. He can't afford to hire anyone, so when drifter Tuck comes along, offering to work for room and board, Justice jumps at the chance. Tuck is a hard worker, and a good looking man, and soon the two of them are doing a lot more than sharing long, hot glances. Trouble comes in the form of the Sheriff, who show's up at Justice's place, looking for a man who fits Tuck's description. Justice can't believe that T... more info>>
Something very strange is happening to Eric. He's been feeling itchy for days, like his skin doesn't fit him anymore. Under the light of the full moon, he takes off out of the city and finds himself on a farm, feeling more strange and confused than ever. Jude is the son of a werewolf, and when he meets Eric, he knows exactly what the man is. Can Jude convince Eric that he isn't going crazy, and that everything is going to be just fine, even with the worst of the unexpected going on?