Alex Jeffers and Kurt Danvers have always been the best of friends. Where you found one, you found the other. They thought they’d always be together. They were wrong.
Five years on, Alex moves home to start a new job. While he’s meeting with the father of one of his students, he’s brought back when he hears Kurt’s annoying donkey laugh. Now Kurt knows Alex is home, and he wants to show Alex what he never saw when they were younger.More info →
Scott Keating is a disappointment. He knows he’ll never meet his parent’s expectations, and probably never find the one thing he wants: someone who will always keep him. When he starts talking with ‘JeffUK’, he thinks he’s found that person. He’s given a first-class plane ticket to start a new life in England, but when he gets there, there is no Jeff.
Ben Winters sees a frazzled young man who looks so lost, and his protective instincts kick in. When he hears about ‘JeffUK’, alarm bells go off, and he takes Scott to his boss, Leo Hart, who starts the two men on a path that neither expected, but now they can’t avoid the inevitable crash.More info →
Money doesn’t buy class. Lucas has always looked down on people who didn’t have his wealth. He thought average men were beneath him. This includes his mechanic, Kyle. When Lucas makes an offer to Kyle, he expects to have Kyle in his bed by the end of the day. What he learns is something far different.
He goes to drown his sorrows, and meets the one person who might actually be too much for him to handle.More info →
Mark has been in love with Jase since he was fourteen. When Jase and Eric, Mark’s brother, join the military and are shipped off to the Middle East, Jase leaves Mark a promise to come home. When Mark gets a letter from Jase saying he’s met someone and will be getting married, Mark’s world crumbles around him.
When Eric gives Mark devastating news, will Mark be help the man who broke his heart? Or will he let Jase push him away again?More info →