When Sheriff Sky Hayden gets word of human remains behind the Indigo Diamond Ranch, he not only has to deal with the possibility of a murderer in their small town, but is haunted by a handsome cowboy - one he can't seem to get out of his mind. Cole Diamond, his father, and his two brothers work a horse ranch in a dying town in Montana. The downturn in the economy, the businesses leaving, has decimated the remaining town's folk, and the last thing they need for their livelihood is the publicity of a murder.
"Very Good Narration Saves Story (Somewhat)"
After unsuccessfully trying to pull Wade's car out of the ditch, and getting himself stuck as well, the two strangers spend the night in Ayden's truck, keeping warm, talking, bonding, and sharing things with each other; personal things. Ayden and Wade, although they had nothing in common, got to know each other on a very deep level in the eight hours they were sitting in the dense fog, alone and completely isolated. What had begun as a frustrating trip for Wade, had turned into a gay erotic fantasy with a young stud.
"Well told story - Great Narration!! A Must Listen"
Twenty-five-year-old Jag Huntington loves straight men. He can't help it. Something about their macho allure intrigues him. But Jag has never even managed to have a straight man as a friend. His best friend, Tyson Hopper, and Tyson's boyfriend, Howard Steinman, invite Jag out for a night with the gay boys and Howard's sister, Virginia. When Virginia brings her straight boyfriend, Carson Phelps, Jag's attraction to the 30-year-old stud is instant.