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Matthew Goode has never been a lucky man. His mother once told him he had fairy blood, but if that's true, it's never done him any good. He works a boring job for an employer who doesn't appreciate him, and the highlight of his week is exchanging greetings with a mysterious co-worker he knows simply as McCarthy. But he would never dare engage McCarthy beyond a greeting, never mind that the man is his own personal wet dream come to life. In fact, in all the twenty-six years of Matthew's life, he's never managed to form a meaningful relationship with another living soul - aside from a tiny blue parakeet named Delilah.
Then Delilah dies. And Matthew's world turns upside down.
Suddenly he's a person he doesn't recognize. The kind of man who marches into his boss's office and demands a raise. The kind of man who steals a priceless artifact from his work and makes plans to disappear and start a new life in a completely new country. The kind of man who believes anything is possible, even finding someone to love him. There's just one problem.
Matthew works for a witch. And when that witch discovers his priceless property and his no-longer-predictable employee missing, he does what any powerful witch would do. He sends his attack dog to hunt Matthew down.
McCarthy wasn't always a witch's errand boy. Once upon a time he was a weak half-human changeling, abandoned by his Unseelie family to the tender mercies of humans. But a powerful witch made him an offer he couldn't refuse: Serve me, and become the strongest dark fey to walk the mortal realm. So for a hundred years McCarthy has done his master's bidding, retrieving hard to acquire magical artifacts, fighting wars against rival covens, and making sure no living being in their right mind crosses his witch.
But now he's being sent after Matthew, the timid little part-fey he's been nursing a crush on for years. Because Matthew's done something incredibly stupid and stolen from a witch, and he's going to pay for that foolishness with his life.
Unless McCarthy offers in own life instead.
Be careful who you invite into your home...
Gage isn't sure about his new roommate. Liam is a green-haired saxophonist with no fashion sense and a regrettably pale complexion. But at least he's quiet, pays his rent in cash, and doesn't make a mess in Gage's kitchen.
Then again, it's possible Liam is totally and completely irresistible underneath his mysterious jeans and hoodie. On Halloween night, Gage sets out to push his roommate's boundaries and find out the truth about why the man is so secretive.
But some secrets have teeth. And roommate agreements really ought to have a Living Dead clause.
An incubus makes a terrible boyfriend. But then, so does a fairy.
David is the last of his family, the end result of a long proud line of fey. Left to the care of his thousand-year-old “grandmother,” David was raised to love the earth and value his fey heritage – and to despise the human blood destined to rob him of the near-immortality his ancestors enjoyed. Caught between two opposing natures, David has done his best to survive. He’s used his good fey looks to build a career for himself as a fashion model in the ultra-modern metropolis of New Berlin. But as he ages, that career begins to stumble. At twenty-six, David is terrified that his human blood is about to betray him, and he’s fighting that fear the only way he knows how.
With pills, booze, and denial. And with Connor Wroth, his lifelong best friend, who just happens to be a rock star and an incubus.
On one hand, Connor is flamboyantly famous, a demon who survives by consuming the lustful energy of others. On the other, he’s the one person David has always been able to depend on. And if their friendship happens to include great sex, well, that’s not hurting anyone.
The trouble is, Connor isn’t sure he wants to be friends anymore. He’s been head over heels for David since they were teens, and he’s tired of watching David throw himself away over a futile quest for perfection. Especially when Connor knows David is already perfect the way he is.
So Connor hatches the perfect plan to get himself invited into David’s home as a houseguest, to get closer than close and turn their friendship into something much more.
And to prove that while he might be sleeping with half the city, there’s only one man in it he really gives a damn about.
It's been two years since Eric's lover disappeared without a trace. He's finally managed to move on, mostly by burying himself in work. That is, hunting down rogue werewolves. But he never did figure out how to forget the first and only love of his life. And he's never stopped feeling guilty for what he believes was his part in Jackson's death.
Only Jackson isn't dead.
When Eric's latest hunting assignment brings him to his old hometown, the place where he first fell in love with Jackson, he finds his high school sweetheart waiting for him, with one big problem: Jackson is a werewolf.
Torn between duty and love, Eric has one night to decide if he can stand to lose his lover again... by firing a silver bullet into his heart.
When Rain answers an employment ad for a magician's assistant, he gets far more than he bargained for. 'Seeking,' the advertisement reads, 'a discreet young man to assist master magician in live performances. Apply in person...' But this magician is no charlatan. His magic is as cold and real as he is, and twice as deadly. Desperate for the job, Rain submits to a trial by blade and magic. But the lesson each man can teach the other may ultimately be a lesson neither is prepared to learn. Desire, submission, and the darkness of the heart...
Danny has suspected from the moment they met that he might be in love with Jeff. But not only is the guitarist of his rock band straight--he's happily married. Or so Danny believes, until he risks exposing his feelings and discovers the extent of Jeff's self-denial and unhappiness. Now both Danny and Jeff must decide how much their new relationship means to them, and if it's worth all the pain it comes along with.
Told over the span of eight years, The Far Away Years is a story of love, pain, addiction, and two flawed men learning to fight for their happily ever after.
Dave isn't the type to spill out secret confessions, especially when his biggest secret is that fact that he's in love with a man he can never have. His bandmate Corey might be gorgeous, sexually ambiguous, and occasionally sweet... but more often he's shallow, petty, immature, and incapable of faithfulness.
Corey is the one destructive habit Dave has sworn never to take up. But when a drunken confrontation leads to all hell breaking loose, nothing between them will ever be the same.
Tequila Angel is an erotic short about love, obsession, and finding the light in dark places.