Malcolm Montgomery was a history teacher and track coach until an accident left him with two broken legs. He’ll recover, but life has knocked his feet out twice now. He’s not sure if he’s ready to try again, especially when it comes to love—and slick guys like Brian Kenway. Still, he needs help mentoring the school’s LGBTQ society, so he asks Brian to take some responsibility.
Born and raised in nowhere villages and with a worthless drunk for a master, all Tolan really wants out of life is his own shop and a steady income. Given he's usually left to train himself in Finding magic and do his master's job, that's probably not happening anytime soon. Watching the shop one day while his master is out drinking, Tolan gets an unexpected client: a child...
Layla and Nat have nothing in common but their boyfriend – enigmatic, brilliant Meraud – and their deep mutual dislike. But when Meraud disappears after a magical accident, they may be the only ones who can follow the trail of cryptic clues that will bring him safely home. In this joyously queer novella, Nat and Layla must find a way to overcome their differences before it’s too late.
When Kris Golding leaves his dusty Kansas hometown for a fresh start in New York, he thinks an apartment and a job are waiting for him. But when he finds neither, rather than admit defeat, he takes his chances busking—and meets Rayne Bakshi of international rock band The Chokecherries. Rayne needs a new guitarist, and gives Kris his first break since leaving home.
Isaac didn’t expect to find love at his family’s Christmas dinner, but that was before he met his sister’s new fake boyfriend. Tall, muscular, and tattooed, Logan is what Isaac would love in a partner — and also everything his parents would hate in one. Not that they know Isaac’s gay.
It’s impossible for a one-percenter motorcycle club member to simply walk away—and no one knows that better than undercover agent Bram, who’s almost killed for trying. His cover isn’t blown—yet—but it’s only a matter of time. The Heathens won’t be satisfied until he’s dead, so he decides to lay low and heal.
Hyacinthe snapped back into her body.
She was back in time. Tis time she'd make sure they were safe. Ainsely, Shelly, Hibiki and Adi. Misfits and oddballs, all of them.
They were Hyacinthe's and no way was her family suffering this time.
Prescription for the Perfect Dinner brings found family together with urban fantasy to create a story that queer people of all kinds are sure to love.
Every time something goes missing from the village, Sir Violet makes his way to the dragon's cave and negotiates the item's return. It's annoying, but at least the dragon is polite.
But when the dragon steals a person, that's a step too far. As Sir Violet ventures out to get the missing baker back, however, he quickly realizes things are not at all what they seem...
Rouge wolves are outcast, labeled red to mark out the broken ones, the mistakes. They're cursed to never know a true mate, to never find shelter in a pack. Garnet defied common knowledge by forming a pack of rouge performers, but he struggles to give them the things a true alpha would. His precarious balance of wolf nature and human law comes tumbling down when another rouge wolf comes to town...
Jie's new life with xyr adopted parents Kunzang and Dumisani was hard work. Lots of hard work. More hard work than xe'd expected.
Gardening and hauling dirt and, most importantly, making sure that Kunzang didn't overdue it while xe was pregnant.
Why Kunzang was so calm about lifting things and doing stuff, Jie would never know.
Until the baby came and everything changed.