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.
Having kids makes it hard on Eric and Temple to maintain their relationship. Marriage is work, and these guys have more than their fair share of difficulties. That’s what makes spring break so rewarding; beach adventures, renewed intimacy between long-time lovers, kite-flying, and family fun. Until the very worst happens. As a gay, interracial couple in the Deep South, how will Eric and Temple deal with a parent’s worst fear?
Chase Miller loves winter and the snow, but finds life hard in his hometown. He’s been looking for a way to get out, or maybe, just maybe, a reason to stay. When a snow-covered, handsome guy ends up seeking refuge in Chase’s home during the storm, Chase can’t help but flirt. Because country boys know, where there’s a spark, there’s usually flame.
Beau's love for Vin has endured years of hardship, the breaking apart of his family, and the craziness of college. He's started his own business and finally feels at peace with his life. All he wants now is to stand in front of a judge and say his vows. No fuss, no muss, and especially no wedding planner...