Do I Belong
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I have to hide the truth. I can’t let them know.
It may not be something others have to fear, but if my dad ever found out, it would be the end for me.
I have it all covered, until the big fight breaks. We argue, but not about me being gay, it’s worse. Now they’re sending me away to some camp that will make me obey.
That’s where I met Zayn. He changed everything. I’ve got something to live for beyond me. We aren’t in the clear though, and danger lurks around every corner.
Maybe I’m rough around the edges, but life has been tough.
People think they know everything about me, even my mom, but they know nothing.
I may do some stuff other’s see as wrong, but I’ve got reasons.
When my mom finds out who I am, she can’t stand it and sends me to live with my grandmother who ships me off to camp. But if they wanted to ‘fix’ me, that was the worst place in the world. I found someone who calms the storm. Maybe I’ve found the one, but the deck is stacked against us.
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Jason Ellis believes the attraction he has for Doctor David Blankenship will never be more than lustful dreams until David shows up at the firehouse, asking him to travel to Guatemala for a charity trip. Excited they’ll be working together, Jason is ultimately disappointed because their schedules are too hectic to even speak to each other.
Then magic happens when David seeks out Jason on the third night, giving both of them a taste of paradise. With the ice broken, David plans some alone time. But David’s ex wants to derail their relationship. Insecurities eat away at Jason, leaving them hanging in the balance.
Love Without Restraint
Jason is passionate about life, his career as an EMT, and his love for Dr. David Blankenship. Then disaster steals a part of Jason, plunging him into a pit of self-loathing.
David is determined to breach Jason’s cloak of hopelessness. But each attempt ends with Jason adding another brick to the barrier he’s constructing between them. Somehow, David has to break through before Jason completes the emotional walls even love can’t climb.
Tempted In Texas
Rusty Briggs knows his chance of finding a man while living outside of Sweetwater, Texas are slim to none. Few know about his little secret, but his ranch hands have run out on him and the folks in town aren’t as hospitable as they were before the incident. He’s resigned himself to the fact that working his ranch will have to be enough or he will need to sell and move to the big city…that is until he meets Trent Anderson.
On the outside Trent appears to be a man with full access to silver spoons and caviar dreams, but his parents cut him off and tossed him out once they discovered he was gay. After living on the street, selling himself, then ending up in a destructive relationship, Trent pulled his life together and came out on top, all by using his compassion and intelligence—or so Trent thinks. Recently, Trent’s grandfather passed away and left him his ranch, as long as he meets a few conditions, like living in Texas for ninety days. But Trent’s secret benefactor, Reed, is dissatisfied that Trent isn’t living in Atlanta and wants him back. The only issue for Reed is that Trent is involved with Rusty.
Money, greed, lust, and power work to keep Rusty and Trent apart. They are forced to trust each other when life falls apart, but can they actually become close enough in ninety days to create a solid, trusting relationship, or will old relationships come between them?
Working It Out
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Jake Grant is a sexy personal trainer not looking for anyone after his long-time partner passes away. He’s ready to throw away his dreams by selling the gym just to get away from the ghost of his past. But once he meets Lance everything changes.
Lance Abbott is an orthopedic surgeon who specializing in sports medicine and is completely in the closet. He is convinced that if his clients found out he was gay they would all leave his practice and he would have to abandon the work he loves. When he meets Jake, a man who is totally out, all of Lance’s perceptions about being “out” are challenged.
Passions and lust drive Lance and Jake together. But they soon find out their relationship is deeper than the physical heat between them. Can what they have last without anyone finding out? Or should Lance give up his insecurities and embrace Jake fully?