Spoils of War
Enslaved during the invasion of the rival King of Herra, Micah cut off his emotions and adapted to his new life in servitude. Xerxes, the Herran King, abuses his captive to keep the neighboring kingdom of Alekia under his yoke, but after Micah nearly dies when plague sweeps Herra, the Alekian King sends Eli to bring his beloved son home.
Institutionalized by his slavery, unable to cope with his freedom, Micah seeks to please the new Master he’s found in Eli throughout their harrowing journey to a homeland he no longer remembers. Eli protects the young man and introduces Micah to the pleasures denied him as a prisoner.
Will Micah accept his noble birthright when they reach Alekia and more importantly, can he accept Eli as the devoted slave his father has given him rather than the Master he’s come to love?
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Plunder (Spoils of War 2)
Captured as a boy when Herra invaded his homeland, Micah realizes that finding his way to freedom in Alekia with his savior and lover Eli was the easier task. They now hide among the Alekites, and battle with Herra looms.
With Eli’s love, Micah must come to terms with his status as a noble and his mother’s birthright of witch’s blood inside him. The two also face the father Micah cannot forgive and Eli’s family, who very much want Eli back as firstborn heir rather than the lowly slave who rescued the king’s favorite son.
When court intrigues stir and Herran armies march to war, Micah and Eli must make their stand…or fall as plunder.
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I, Omega and Collected Shorts
I, Omega After one mind-shattering night with a stranger at a local
leather bar leaves him forever changed, Gabriel lives on the streets as a
vagrant to elude the master who hunts him, but the were-shifter is a
fierce, stubborn predator who reclaims him soon enough. Gabriel is carried
away to the pack’s home territory where his instruction on what it means
to be the pet of an alpha begins. Gabriel isn’t just any pet, though. He
is the rarest among their kind: a human omega.
Treasured? Or cursed?
As Gabriel’s father, the Distinguished Gentleman from Pennsylvania and
stalwart of the conservative party, pushes the considerable resources at
his disposal to locate his missing son, Gabriel explores who and what he
is under his master’s careful protection. Gabriel falls for the shifter
who is lover and destroyer, owner and…friend?
The Importance of Being Denny Matt appears on Denny’s doorstep four years
after Matt’s mother put Denny on the first bus out of California. Loving
the very closeted Matt cost Denny everything once: his home, his family,
the safety net of his trust fund. Everything. Denny built a new life. Matt
finally coming out has stirred his mother’s wrath, though, and four years
of not loving Matt is about to cost Denny everything. Again. Or is it?
You Melted Me Brian couldn’t resist playboy executive Leland Whitacre in
spite of their employer’s strict no fraternization policy. Leland isn’t
just his boss, though. He’s the son of the company’s CEO. And Brian has
fallen in love. Hurt by too many stolen kisses and nooners at seedy
hotels, Brian finally broke off their secret affair two weeks ago. Leland
isn’t ready to let Brian go and he isn’t above seducing Brian — again –
to give them both what they really want for Christmas: each other.
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At least he isn’t pregnant.
Seth Murphy campaigned for Maryland’s Question Six, wildly celebrating the Election Day victory for marriage equality. Divorce attorney and live-in boyfriend Owen, however, believes just as passionately that the gay community should focus on a plurality of equal rights protections instead of allocating so many resources and man-hours to one hot button issue.
Owen won’t marry Seth.
Relationship deteriorating, the couple visits the Murphy farm outside Brunswick for Christmas. Seth’s family never considered that Seth and Owen wouldn’t be first in line for a marriage license as soon as same-sex marriage passed. When they find out there won’t be a wedding, their season of miracles is invaded by pornographic gingerbread cookies, frowning church ladies, and a determined father with a tactical assault shotgun.
Neither Seth, Owen, nor their love may survive the family holiday circus to say, “I don’t.”
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