Here and Now
Jaxon Hawke is content with his solitary life, successfully staying sober and coping with being HIV positive. He operates his own business with his best friend, Donna, and spends his free time volunteering at a local homeless shelter. But his carefully crafted routine is shaken when he meets Cyrus Carson, and Jaxon isn’t sure he can adjust. Life is about risk—Jaxon knows better than most—but if he doesn’t overcome his fears, he’ll lose the man he has come to love.
In His Arms Again
Five years ago a cruel clause in his father’s will forced Ayden Judson into marriage to keep the family company, and to protect that business from his stepmother’s machinations, Ayden decided to live without love. But when handsome gallery owner Simon Gibson literally falls into Ayden’s lap on a transatlantic flight, he shakes Ayden's resolve, and by the time they land, Ayden knows he doesn’t want to live without Simon.
Simon, burned before by a married man, refuses to hide. So once more, Ayden must choose between happiness for himself and the good of the company—threatened by how dark his stepmother’s plans have become—except Ayden knows he’ll give up all the money and success in the world just to have Simon in his arms again.
Shadows from the Past
Chase Churchill has made a new life for himself, hiding from his family's dark secrets under the pseudonym of a graphic novelist, but his past and the terrifying possibilities of the future still haunt him. His father is an insane serial killer, and Chase dreads the day his father's personality will manifest itself in him.
Desperate to atone but knowing it's impossible, Chase has kept everyone in his life at arm's length, including Kayne Kennedy, the police officer he loves. But now the murders have started again, targeting people in Chase's life to make him pay for abandoning his family. Chase may have no choice but to sacrifice everything—even his own life—to keep Kayne and everyone else safe from the crazed plans of a madman.
Jasper Brady’s world was forever changed when his sixteen-year-old sister Monica went missing and was found dead two weeks later. Depression struck the family, leaving eleven-year-old Jasper vulnerable to years of neglect and serious abuse until he ran away.
Thirteen years later, his father is dead, his mother is struggling to reconnect with him, and his sister's murder case is still unsolved. Then Jasper meets Zander Macon, who believes the original investigation of Monica's death wasn’t properly handled. Jasper surprises himself by agreeing to help Zander in any way possible, and it doesn’t take long for someone to respond to Zander’s questions with lethal intent. Trying to survive and solve the case, Zander and Jasper find mutual attraction turning into more, and Jasper will confide the dark details of his childhood while Zander works to overcome his own issues with the past.
The End Game
Micah McQueen’s first love affair ended in a bloodbath he only barely survived. Thirteen years later, the memories still haunt him, leading him to keep everyone at an emotional distance, so it takes him some time to warm up to the idea of getting cozy with his boss, Harrison Harper. Just when Harrison thinks he has a chance at earning Micah’s trust, Micah’s past returns with a vengeance, bringing his worst nightmares to life... but Harrison won’t give him up easily.
Lyric Spencer ran fast and hard to escape the scandal of his past, but all that running comes to an abrupt halt when he almost has sex during his job interview with Jonas Lamar. Jonas was offering Lyric a construction job when what he really wanted to offer the young man with the haunted eyes was a real home.
Lyric and Jonas may have found each other, but the past has always known where to find them. Jealous friends, old lovers, and heartaches that never healed threaten them now, but together, maybe, they can find their way to a real future.