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DESERT SNOW
Contemporary gay romance

Laird Bennett accepts a friend’s invitation for a vacation with his
eyes wide open. His buddy is pimping for him - in a sneaky sort
of way. Why else set up his business meeting in Palm Springs
the week of the annual White Party and ask Laird to go along?
Laird goes with every intention of enjoying the eye candy, the
weather, and behaving himself. Those plans change his first
night out while waiting to cross the street and a younger man in
white leather greets him.

Haydn Rinehart is at a crossroads. His pilgrimage to the White
Party is to honor a promise made to his late partner before
moving into the next phase of his life. Haydn strikes up a
conversation with an attractive party-goer while waiting for a
traffic light to change and invites him for a drink. When he
discovers Laird is one of his favorite authors, Haydn volunteers
to assist in some hands-on research in his hotel room. After all,
they are at the White Party and some fun is in order.

It doesn’t take long for Laird to realize he has something special
in Haydn but they live on different coasts. He says goodbye and
goes home. Lucky for him, Haydn won’t let him go that easily.

DESERT SNOW
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BORED, STROKED & BLUEPRINTED
Mick Ambrose owns and operates an auto restoration shop
specializing in all things American Muscle. When the black 1969
Camaro Z/28 he years ago dubbed Onyx pulls into his garage, Mick
forgets his first love in favor of her driver, Logan Gregg. Mick’s
interested and cruises Logan at a speed worthy of the cars he
restores.

Logan Gregg’s plan to avoid entanglements in his life drives away
when he stops at American Muscle. The owner of the shop is
smooth as a well-tuned V-8 engine and twice as hot. Logan is quick
to shift gears and take a closer look at Mick Ambrose and the road
ahead.

Working on the Z/28 brings the men closer, but Mick makes a
mistake when he confesses his knowledge of the past Logan
wants to keep buried. Mick knows a man has to settle his past to
step into his future. He’ll stand beside Logan come what may, but
Logan’s unconvinced. To slay his personal demon, Logan will first
have to look it in the eye.  

BORED, STROKED, AND BLUEPRINTED -
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LIGHTNING SHIFTS
(previously released as Chain Lightning)

There is something a little peculiar about Eli Tate. He appears normal
on the surface, but he’s spent years trying to remember what
happened to him - and why he doesn’t age. Then there’s the way he
can shift shape and take on any form he desires. He doesn’t know
what kind of being he really is or if there are any others like him. What
he does know he’s been in the same town for thirty years and he must
move on before his secret is discovered.

Returning to the Big Apple, Eli takes up residence in his old
apartment. An evening walk turns deadly when he's attacked by a
being reeking of pure evil. He barely escapes with his life - thanks to
a stranger named Rio who is just like him – able to shift shape.

Rio says he knows Eli, that he’s been searching for him for many
years, that they were once lovers, and the creature stalking them
once held them both captives to experiment on them. Eli has no
memory of such a time, but he’s out of options. To remember his past,
and destroy the creature pursuing them, Eli has no choice but to trust
Rio, even if that trust fails him.

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Edan Romney believes he’s on the trail of the most
significant archaeological find of his life. He’s tracked
the legend from Bolivia to Chaco Canyon and beyond.
His next stop is Alaska, but a sudden winter storm takes
down his plane in the Colorado mountains.

Del Martinez is surprised there is a survivor when a
small plane crashes at the end of his mountain meadow.
His surprise turns to shock when he discovers it’s Edan
– the one lover he regrets losing.  With a blizzard closing
in fast, Del needs to get Edan inside his cabin and warm,
and then see how badly he may be injured. It's not a
magical reunion as past hurts and indiscretions quickly
bring contention.

Edan won’t abandon his quest to find if what’s written on
an ancient scroll is true. Del can’t forget seeing another
man in Edan’s arms – even if it was a setup. With the
blizzard freezing outside, passion heats up inside. Both
men know they must find a way to bury the past instead
of digging it up.

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