Welcome to Sylvester Street in Archer Beach, where everybody either knows your name or would like to know.
Anson Fox is thrilled to start a new life in this Atlantic coastal town, and he feels right at home among the active LGBT community. Working at Sinclair Realty is a dream come true, and his handsome boss is heaven sent.
Adrian Sinclair isn't new to Archer Beach, but he's only recently come out. He's willing to show the new guy around town, if Anson returns the favor.
Bonus story, He's So Sly. Terence and Evan have known each other forever. They may have made a great couple, but the timing was never right. Now they’re both single, and Terence wants to make up for lost time. What will it take to make Evan's visit to Archer Beach permanent?
Paul Merrill is the toast of Broadway, and Hollywood beckons. While the awards and fame are nice, he wants to share his success—and his body—with the man who inspired him. But Dr. Kellam isn’t one to date fellow faculty or alumni. Can Paul change his mind?
Winter storms are dangerous, and in Celibate Cold by Lynn Townsend, Topher finds himself stranded in one when his car slides into a ditch. Alone and scared, he tries to walk home in the blizzard but ends up at Chase’s house, desperately in need of help.
Can an accident on Luke and Tom’s annual hike lead to them becoming more than good friends? Find out in Jessica Chase’s Falling for Love!
In This Winter’s Night by Kassandra Lea, Barry is devastated when he realizes he spends more time talking to his horses than his boyfriend—but that’s about change.
These snow angels have a devilish side! Huey and Tommy think their neighbor Marshall would be a naughty, fun addition to their snow day in Snow Angels by Leigh Ellwood.
In Snow Job by Logan Zachary, winter doesn’t always come with a chill—sometimes it’s smokin’ hot! For Lance and Leo, snowbound and icicles are about to take on whole new meanings.
Beau and Leon are two strangers on a chairlift. When Leon—the “experienced” skier—laughs at himself, Beau looks at him in a whole new light in Taking the Fall Line by Tray Ellis.
In Snowy Reunion by Emjay Haze, Steven wonders if he even has a boyfriend since Jonathan walked out after their last argument. But Jonathan surprises Steven during a ski trip and it just might save their relationship.
Seeking the elusive Yeti is Joel’s passion, but he finds more than he bargained for in Adventures of a Yeti Hunter by L.J. Hamlin.
Will their one night together lead to a reunion after all?
J.J. Marbury can't keep a relationship for more than a few weeks. It's not her, it's not him...it's Claire. J.J. never got over his first love, and when she comes home he's determined to make the best of this second chance.
When Claire Walker realizes how much she's given up in life and love, she decides to give up, period. Coming home to Dareville allows her the chance to start over, but first she has to face J.J. again. He thinks there's room for him in her future, leaving her to figure out if an old flame still burns bright.
Lauren McKenna watched her two closest friends find happily ever after, now it's her turn. She won't settle for just any man, either. She only has eyes for Jake - never mind that he's old enough to be her father.
Seems like everybody in town wants to treat Jake Marbury with kid gloves. He's not a youngster anymore, but he's nowhere close to retirement. He loves his job, he misses his late wife, and he's not interested in being matched up. Nope. Forget it.
How can Lauren convince the silver fox with the heart of gold that he can love again? Will Jake be able to find more to fill his life than work?