Poetry is natural ... as is love between men.
When Henry David Thoreau visits the famous poet Walt Whitman, he has no idea what he’s in for. But Whitman holds true love for all men - and he wishes to show Thoreau what poetry really is.
Love often trumps intelligence.
When Robert Townsend, a clerk in English-occupied New York City, meets a young man from the opposite side of Long Island, Robert loses all inhibition and takes a chance - not realizing that Abraham Woodhull takes his own chances whenever he comes to the city.
True love lives on.
A sheriff in a small town on the Indian Territories suddenly finds the man he’s looking for in a circuit judge - but then their lives separate drastically when the Packards come to town.
During war, men can grow close. Very close.
John Aries has been around since the 1700’s, and typically been a warrior. He’s had many friends and many more lovers. But this time, Captain Callahan has stolen his heart with his youth and bravery. Aries knows he can live through whatever the Nazis throw at him — but not without Callahan.
Three stories of the Fire signs:
- Aries: During war, men can grow close. Very close.
- Leo: Magic happens, even in Idaho.
- Sagittarius: Sometimes the man you’re supposed to hate becomes the one you love.
Magic happens, even in Idaho.
Jack Leonard usually puts together the technological magic in the background for stage plays at the local theater. However, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz comes from New York City with their own brand of magic and Jack is out of a job. But even as Jack falls for the Cowardly Lion and the Scarecrow, how is he going to get his job back — and stay with the two men he loves?
Sometimes the man you’re supposed to hate becomes the one you love.
Rory Taggert is used to being a one-man sniper team. When the President gets shot, he’s given a “babysitter” Nick Carlito, a young, inexperienced spotter. Not only does Rory have to teach Nick how to spot, but he also finds out that Nick has deep feelings for him. He would give up his life for Rory — but Rory won’t let him.
Six become twelve.
As Lady Ishtar chooses among the slain of the Trojan War, she realizes that six men are not enough to carry her name. The Greeks are becoming the rulers of the modern world, and she may be forgotten.
She needs more warriors . . . more Brothers of the Zodiac.
It’s a race that the Earth-mover plans to win.
Jack Casement has two months to complete 1,800 miles of track to Promisory Summit and win $1,000. But he’s gone against his purpose in life—protecting the Earth. Lady Ishtar gives him those same two months to find an heir. He finds a lover instead. Will this new man conquer Jack, and become his new heir?
Three stories of the Earth signs:
Capricorn: It’s a race that the Earth-mover plans to win.
Taurus: The eyes are the mirror of the soul.
Virgo: In 1930’s Chicago, gangsters rule the streets. You’re either with them or you’re dead.
The eyes are the mirror of the soul.
For the third time, Isaiah has been kicked in the ribs and realizes he needs help on his cattle farm. A traveling cowboy answers his ad. After an accident leaves Isaiah lame for a while, the cowboy becomes his healer, nursemaid, and lover.
If only Isaiah would let him.
In 1930’s Chicago, gangsters rule the streets. You’re either with them or you’re dead.
Joey has just lost his brother, and goes to get flowers for the funeral. The florist pays the Outfit, so he’s safe to do business with. But when the Outfit wants to collect more money from this humble florist, Joey finds out that the florist is not as kind and gentle as he first seems.
Three stories from the Water signs.
Cancer: Two outcasts in 1930’s Kansas City meet and one becomes the man he’s meant to be.
Pisces: A young doctor in Union-occupied New Orleans questions his passion for a dashing Union sergeant.
Scorpio: Jay Miller goes to The Garden, a gay bar in St. Louis, and finds himself an angel who turns out to be a breaker of taboos.