Steve isn't used to being the responsible party. He's not even a real agent at the Paranormal Research Agency—he's here on parole. But right now, a lot of the PRA's people are missing, and Steve and the librarian might be the only ones who can save them. While she researches like her life depends on it, Steve's running around mopping up monstrous messes. He needs all the help he can get—even from a sassy vampire. Barnaby the vampire is kind of hot (for a twink), and not nearly as badass as he likes to think. Even if he did save Steve's life. Between the three of them, they might just have what it takes to save the day.
16,300 words - low heat Themes: gay romance, paranormal, humor
When Jake is assigned to work with the new guy at the precinct—their first robot cop—he's nervous, to say the least. But his new partner turns out to be a great guy on every level. They work together and learn from each other—and then feelings start to develop.
Jake never thought he'd be the sort to fall for his partner. Or a robot.
Devin's here to get a wolf shifter as a partner. The short, loud redhead intends to be the best cop in his class and doesn't care if he gets on everyone's nerves in the process. He loves fancy sports cars and has a competitive nature.
Rickey likes the van life and living by his own terms. But times have been tight for the wolf shifter lately, and signing up for this course seems like an easy way to keep the wolf from the door. All the free food he can eat, if he sits through some classes. What could go wrong?
The two guys have chemistry, despite being so different. They could be friends at least, maybe partners. But there's an underlying sexual chemistry that's getting harder and harder to ignore...
Robert and wolf-shifter Trent meet in the armed forces. Their friendship turns to more—just in time for Trent to get moved to another assignment. Five years later, Trent walks back into Robert's life...and maybe back into his heart.
~6,000 words This story was previously a patreon reward.
Abe has an awful premonition that something will go wrong during a local baking contest. Of course it's his silly imagination; he's just jumpy these days, after that murder last year. But when the day of the competition means running into his abusive ex, who later turns up dead, Abe wishes that he'd paid more attention to his anxieties, not less.
Now it's up to Abe and Gregory to figure out who could have done in the awful man. Because the authorities are looking awfully close to home, and there's only so much strain that even the best relationship can take.
He wasn't expecting to meet his mate yet. He also wasn't expecting his mate to be a fox shifter—or a man.
Marlow's childhood was a nightmare, as an orphaned wolf shifter trying to survive a hostile pack and protect his younger brother. At twenty-three, he's finally in a good place, with a great job working with the police and a partner he trusts. But is he ready for a mate?
Even if he can wrap his head and his heart around this, is there any chance for a good outcome? Marlow has no idea how to even begin talking to a pretty fox shifter. It would help if Frankie didn't hate him already...