Henry has left the comforts of his home against his father’s wishes to go fight in the crusades with King Richard for God and country. His father warns him that he knows nothing about the happenings of war but Henry has trained for this, he’s been knighted; he’s ready.
Stephen is a veteran. He has fought in many battles, seen men do many a horrible things. He’s quite drunk, boisterous, and telling quite the tales when Henry meets him for the first time in a tavern. From here they become good friends. Even though Stephen prefers the company of men. Henry has let him know that he is betrothed, and if he wasn’t he couldn’t betray God like in that manner.
As they venture closer to the holy land battles are fought, allies betray them, Henry experiences death of a close friend and he loses that last bit of innocence he held so close. Henry begins to question many things, most of all, his feelings toward Stephen.
As war moves forward Henry seems to be stuck. His legs and his horse are taking him where the king demands, but his heart and head are causing another war altogether.
This is a non-shifter/Alpha-Beta-Omega/m-preg lite story
Phoenix Harcourt is the CEO of a multi-million dollar empire, a single father, and also an omega. Him being an omega has caused a lot of issues in his life. His parents kicked him out of his house after they realized he was an Omega and many at work don’t like the idea of him being in charge.
He’s worked hard. From being a kid on the streets to now CEO. He started to get idle threats but didn’t take them seriously until they targeted his daughter Jasmine.
Lucius Payne is a military veteran who now runs his own security company. He’s asked to come help out a colleagues friend. The moment Lucius steps foot inside of Phoenix’s house, their eyes meet, they deeply inhale, they both know: they’re mates. Phoenix takes the news rather hard. After his disastrous relationship with Jasmine’s father Corey, his accidental mate who died in the line of duty, Phoenix is hard to win over. Plus with someone bound and determined to take everything from Phoenix both men have a lot on their hands.
Can they mate and have a happily ever after? Or will they fall victim to the taunts?
Zoe is an only child and her parent’s are now retired and constantly galavanting across the world. She’s very close to her best friend Laura and Laura’s kids, they even call her Aunt Zoe, but she’s never let herself feel apart of the family. She always holds herself back.
TJ is Laura’s brother. He had no ambition to follow in his father’s footsteps and the moment he could leave their small town and make something of himself he did just that; and more.
Zoe decides she’s ready to meet Mr. Right and joins a dating app. This is where she meets Tom. He’s smart, sophisticated, funny, and as a bonus, wealthy. They haven’t exchanged pictures of each other because they wanted to make sure their personalities worked together first.
Come the day of the big reveal Tom is in town after his sister begs him to come back for a visit. Plus now he gets to meet Zoe. Win-Win. When Zoe opens her apartment door looking all sorts of sexy she’s greeted by TJ, Laura’s obnoxious brother, not realizing that’s her Tom.
The road from there only gets more bumpy and hilarious as the two try to tread water and remember the connection they had through conversations over the app.
Something drastic occurs that must pull them together for the sake of Laura’s children. From here the true capability test begins.
Jaime is away at healer’s academy when he hears that his father has fallen ill. Against the advice of his advisors Jaime rushes home. He quickly learns two things upon arrival; his father has passed and they were badly in debt from sending Jaime to school. All their possessions are being sold off, including Jaime himself.
Thanks to a storm the pirates taking Jaime away must harbor their ship for repairs and the slaves are rescued. Jaime has no inkling of where he might be or the people he’s now surrounded by. He given a job in the kitchens and keeps his head low. He’s seen what humanity can do and trusts no one.
After an accidental healing of a burn Jaime gave the Captain of the guard Jaime runs. He’s scared that they’ll send him back with the pirates or worse.
Quickly Jaime learns that he’s in a safe place and has caught the eye of the youngest prince.
From here Jaime must decide if he wants to stay or go back home.
Jack and Caden have been together 4 years, engaged one. Jack has been so focused on getting a promotion at work everything else has slipped aside; including Caden. The more Jack works the more irritated he gets at all the little things that he used to love about his fiancee. On his way home after an impromptu party at the office Jack stops by a Christmas store to get the required Christmas Eve gift, another tradition that he seems to loathe this year. He picks a beautiful antique clock.
The clock is no ordinary clock, and Jack is warned of this. Only he’s too busy to care and pay attention. Once he gets home he unleashes his unhappiness and anger onto Caden and gets to spend the night on the couch. Right before he falls asleep he makes a wish.
When Jack awakens he’s no longer in the house him and Caden own but laying in a nice bed, in a luxurious condo, next to Logan; his once co-worker and now personal assistant. Yet he’s left with his memories of Caden. Jack now has 24 days to find, and win over, the heart of Caden once again to be free from this curse, but does he want to? He finally has all the material things he’s desired. Does he really need Caden to make his life full?
Taviano is a 200 year old vampire that has done nothing but quickly move from one point to another. He’s been all over the world but hasn’t allowed himself the opportunity to enjoy any of it. Until he meets Paul.
Taviano is resting on the belfry of a church when he notices the young man carrying bags of presents, alone, on Christmas Eve, in the dark. Trailing behind Paul were three men, ready to herd Paul into their trap. They would have succeeded if not for Taviano.
The beast within the vampire feels a peace when he meets Paul. Paul helps Taviano remember how to be human. A Christmas miracle.
*Must love dark, dirty, sinister plot lines with a side of blood.*
Time to dump all the things you learned in Sunday school and prepare yourself for the re-telling of creation.
Kinzer was once an angel until he followed God’s ex-lover Satan into hell. Then he became a spy.
Things not going according to plan Kinzer awakens and finds himself in a very seedy establishment and a possession to a man named Jerry. Kinzer is bruised and battered. His wings have been clipped, powers stripped, and he’s essentially a mortal.
After freeing himself and Kid from Jerry’s Kinzer is adamant he must find others to relay what has happened. There’s a mole in their organization.
War is upon them. Battles are fought, freedoms lost, and betrayals unveiled. Who can they trust?
Jude and Logan were the best of friends. They might have even fallen in love with each other, but Logan couldn’t be the word his grandmother spat at him. He wouldn’t. So he did something to extract himself from the situation….permanently.
Years later Logan is now an out and proud gay man. He’s also the owner of a multi-million dollar tech company. He’s proud of who he’s become.
Jude works for Logan’s company. When Jude applied Logan saw this as his golden ticket to a second chance with his best friend.
A series of unfortunate, or fortunate, events leads Jude and Logan to be alone in a large cabin stocked with all the booze. So they drink, talk, hash out the past, and have incredible sex.
When Pernicious starts we’re thrown into the middle of a murder mystery and a human trafficking investigation. As we’ve learned from previous stories; there is no rest for the wicked, and that holds even greater truth now. Only as the investigation unfolds we learn and see more evidence on just exactly who is clean and who is filthy.
Between catching up with our favorite characters, experiencing some amazing sex, and beautiful family moments, we’re cast into the depths of human depravity and witness just how low humanity can go. All in the name of God.