Red Tulips in the Snow

Theodore has the weight of the world on his shoulders. Well, at least the weight his parents have put on his shoulders. His parents are very successful businesspeople, with his mom owning an advertising agency and his dad leading the company’s sales team. They expect nothing but success for their son. Unfortunately, Theodore is a shy and introverted boy with a tender heart. Still, he does his best to fulfill his parent’s every expectation.

But then he meets Silas.

Silas is everything Theodore isn’t. He’s bright, charming, and has every opportunity to do what he wants in life with a gentle and open family.

It throws Theodore off course when someone as interesting and fun as Silas focuses on him, desperate to become his friend. Theodore assumes they’ll eventually go their separate ways, especially when Silas realizes Theodore isn’t all that fun to be around. Still, even after elementary, middle, and high school, and even into college, Silas sticks close to Theodore’s side. As a result, Theodore learns what it means to want something for himself, something that his parent’s whims can’t influence:

He wants Silas.

Like tulips in the snow, their friendship withstands it all, but could it possibly withstand the selfish love growing within Theodore? Or is their relationship destined to wilt before it can even bloom?

I Fell in Love with a Goblin

Aidan is a simple man. Having grown up in a small, rural village as the son of a shepherd, his future is set in stone. He will take over the flock for his father and raise the next generation of shepherds someday. Unfortunately, he isn’t popular with the ladies but very popular with the men, much to his dismay. He inherited his mother’s good looks and frail disposition, which puts him in an awkward social position in the village. His love life and social standing are the least of his worries, though, while the village is threatened by goblin invasion.

Every fall, the goblins come together to invade the village and take women for breeding. Thankfully, the goblins are stubby and not all that smart, so it doesn’t take much to defend the village. It’s Aidan’s group’s turn to protect the village when, while using the restroom, he’s ambushed by something that has all of the same attributes as a goblin but is massive. When he awakens, he’s in the goblin cave, mistaken for a woman. The other goblins chastise and assault the giant for the mistake, demanding Aidan’s immediate death.

When left alone with the giant, Aidan discovers that this creature isn’t only different in size from other goblins but also in emotional intelligence. While the goblin is nice, Aidan must put his survival first, and if that means promising his heart to the goblin and pretending to help him achieve the mantle of the goblin king, he’ll do just that. In the meantime, he’ll bide his time until he can find an opportunity to escape, even if it means breaking the poor creature’s heart.

The Mourning Dove and His Snow Sparrow

Callum has lived almost his entire life in the secluded forests of the North, where his only company was his sickly mother and the animals in the area. As he grew up, rather than his mother tending to him, he was tending to her. One snowy evening, upon returning to their cabin after gathering firewood, Callum found his mother had passed. Callum is now completely alone.

After his mother’s death, he simply goes through the motions, doing just enough so he doesn’t freeze to death in the harsh winters and keep himself fed. Otherwise, though, Callum doesn’t see much point in life. However, his world is turned completely on its head when he finds an injured fox sparrow on his way back from gathering firewood. Desperate to save the creature, he takes it back to his cabin but, upon doing so, finds that the little bird can turn into a winged man named Aurear. Though this stranger is odd, to say the least, Callum is desperately drawn to him.

Having spent so long alone and in the cold, Callum can’t help but be drawn to Aurear’s warmth. But Aurear’s existence is an anomaly, and with this new creature flying around, it’s not long before bloody-thirsty eyes are turned toward Callum’s quiet home in the forest. Though he couldn’t save his mother, Callum is willing to risk everything to protect the warmth Aurear has given him.

I Want You to Own Me

The heir to the Griff family company and wealth, Anthony Griff has everything going for him. He’s just graduated high school, looking to attend college fully paid for by his Dom parents, and all he has to do is get his secondary sex of Dom confirmed so he can attend his preferred Dom-exclusive college. Yes, everything in his life is set in stone until he gets his results back. He isn’t a Dom, despite his mother and father both being Doms. Instead, he is the worst possible option: a Sub.

Anthony can no longer take over the Griff family company, he can’t attend the university he intended to attend, and his parents no longer feel the need to support a child who can’t meet their expectations. With his world turned upside down, what Anthony had planned for his life is no longer a possibility. So begins his life as a Griff Sub, which entails being sold off to the highest Dom bidder, and in this case, that bidder is Daniel Abbott, a much older Dom and the brother to the current CEO of Abbott Industries. All Anthony can hope for now is that Daniel is kind and they can someday be happy together, his life no longer being his own.

That is until a pink-haired, golden-eyed Dom named Noah breaks into Daniel’s home while he is away, only to find Anthony there. Noah doesn’t seem that bad of a guy, all things considered, and he is a Dom to boot. On a whim and in an attempt to take control of his life, Anthony demands one thing from Noah:

“Steal me.”

Dominate Me: Omega

Gabriel Cade had everything an omega could want: the love of his life wrapped around his little finger, a pregnancy with that person, and a future of domestic bliss. However, no matter how much Gabriel tried to convince himself that this was everything he wanted, there was a part of him that longed for more. He longed for independence, fame, and a life untethered by society’s expectations for omegas.

So, he left it all behind, letting his lover take their daughter to raise as his own while Gabriel moved on to the big city he always dreamed about to pursue his dreams of acting, singing, dancing, and the like. Unfortunately, even as a stunning, dominant omega, the industry is cutthroat, filled with scams, porn shoots disguised as legitimate gigs, and more. Thankfully, after a nude calendar shoot, Gabriel was scouted out by an agency and can finally break into more professional and well-paying gigs.

This is what he gave up everything for. He should be happy… right? Unfortunately, even amidst his budding success as a model, he can’t help but think back to that squirming little baby he gave birth to all that time ago. Gabriel needs a distraction, and Michael Channing, a fellow dominant omega, would be a great one. Too bad Gabriel hates him… but Michael’s body isn’t all that bad.

Maybe he’s worth putting up with to try out these uncharted waters.

Dominate Me: Beta

Despite being the son of a dominant omega and a recessive alpha, Casey never manifested as either an omega or alpha, which leaves him as a beta. Betas are the dominating secondary sex, but having grown up among his parents and the Cade family, all of which are made up of alphas and omegas, he can’t help but feel utterly alone in the world. After the Cade family moves away, separating him from his crush, the eldest son and alpha of the Cade family, Levi, Casey tries to take advantage and move on from his old first love and his own feelings of inadequacies.

Years pass, but Casey still can’t seem to put out the torch he carries for the little alpha he fell in love with as a child. Much to his surprise, he ends up running into Levi, and he’s all the dominant alpha that Casey knew he would be. To his surprise, though, he also runs into the second son, third child, and first dominant omega child of the Cade family: Gabriel. Even more surprising, Gabriel’s childhood crush on Casey hasn’t waned in the least.

Stuck between the one he wants but can’t have and the one who wants him, Casey has to make a decision. Will he finally let go of Levi and make his own happiness? Or will he never be able to let go of the reliable alpha from his childhood, even if it means heartbreak?

Dominate Me: Alpha

Nathan and Sam’s relationship didn’t start off all that wholesome. Nathan, a recessive alpha, went to an omega brothel known as the Omega House, looking for a dominant omega to have a good time with. Due to a door number mix-up, Nathan ended up in the room of the dominant omega, Sam, a tall, masculine, and very non-omega omega. Sam turns Nathan’s world upside down, and their steamy night ends up being the first of many as Nathan marks Sam, and they end up being bondmates, intrinsically tied for the rest of their lives. While they aren’t the standard alpha and omega couple, in more ways than one, they do follow the usual expectations of most alpha and omega couples.

They mark.
They marry.
They start trying for children.

Much to their joy, it isn’t long into their marriage that Sam finds himself pregnant, compounding the happiness they’ve built with each other tenfold. Just like they’ve done the entirety of their time together, Sam and Nathan jump into this new adventure headfirst. But, unfortunately, their hopes and dreams for their family come crashing down as Sam’s pregnancy ends in tragedy. Having never faced something so painful, the couple’s love and relationship are tested. Will they come out stronger together, or will even the ties of their bond break under the pressure?

Dominate Me

Liam is a dominant alpha. He’s earned himself a great job at a great company, and alongside his recessive alpha buddy Nathan, things can’t get much better. That is until after a night of drinking games with Nathan. Liam wins himself a fully paid evening at the nearby omega brothel known as the Omega House. Liam’s never been fond of brothels or omegas, but at Nathan’s insistence, he gives it a shot.

He has no intentions of actually participating with whatever omega he chooses. Still, upon meeting the mysterious and alluring Raven, a recessive omega, he finds himself inexplicably drawn back to the Omega House. While Raven and Liam grow closer and closer physically, their emotional ties are limited by Raven’s refusal to be owned or bonded to any alpha. Liam could easily dominate Raven and make him his, but surprisingly, he would much rather be dominated by him.

Can Liam overcome his instinct to dominate and make Raven his? Will he be able to break down the walls Raven has built around his heart? Or will Raven slip out of his grasp?

Marble, Warm Under My Fingertips

Matthew Evans works the overnight shift at his university’s nearby museum. He’s never been great with people, so he finds solace in the company of the sculptures and statues present there. They don’t speak, they don’t react, but Matthew has never wanted any of that. He was happy enough just to be able to touch them as he pleased. His nightly ritual with his beloved sculptures goes wholly unnoticed by everyone until the night Gabriel appears.

Now faced with a living, breathing person who knows about his secret, Matthew is no longer sure where he stands in society. However, Gabriel makes it clear he has no intention of divulging Matthew’s secrets, and in reality, he would like to make a few more with him in exchange for a night out of the cold. Matthew soon learns there is a big difference between a sculpture of a person and the real thing, warm under his fingertips.

For the first time in his life, Matthew wants nothing more than the company of another person. He wants Gabriel.