Davis Whitaker doesn't shy away from danger. But when his Boston assignment goes haywire, and he can't trust anyone, Davis is forced to accept help from a stranger. After an unlikely meeting, Ryan Pruitt offers to help Davis escape the threat lurking in the city. Attraction fires, leaving them both confused about what path they must take. When a dark figure hidden in the shadows almost shoots them, Ryan knows he should leave, but he can't abandon Davis, even if it puts him in harm's way.
Matthew "Tex" Miller has no choice but to work with Jordon "Jazz" Bergeron when they're assigned to the same unit, but he doesn't have to like it. Jazz gets under his skin in all the wrong ways until one night when Jazz begs Tex for a kiss and everything changes. Matthew won't be played, but he won't ignore a hot body when one is offered up. What started off as lust and revenge turns into molten passion, igniting a burning hot fire.
At Wild Bluff everything is going great for Davis and Ryan, but Duff's heart attack throws the ranch into a tailspin, leaving Davis wondering if he can stay at Wild Bluff. Everything calms down for a while, but another hitch is thrown into the works, forcing the guys to scramble. Marshal is finally coming into his own after healing from the injuries Craig inflicted on him. He's taken on more responsibility running the operations, but when disaster strikes, he blames himself for not being in the field.
Award-winning writer Michael Vance returns with another baker's dozen of gripping, horrific, and deeply moving stories of people caught in unimaginable horror. Douse the lights, bolt the doors, and get ready to be frightened by this all-new collection of the macabre by a true master. The Feasting is custom-made for the jaded horror fan wanting something new. Pulp horror at its finest.
"Majority poetry style,"
The whole thing about relationships and feelings confuses the heck out of Calhoun. He's a simple cowboy and he'd been planning to marry a long-time friend for a while. When he finally realizes it doesn't feel right, he lets her go. He probably shouldn't have gone to her wedding to another man, but she wanted him there. But that's when he really gets confused. His eye is drawn to a seriously hot businessman... and that sure does unnerve him...and yet....
"Steamy gay romp"
The gods are at war, the land of Argethlam is beset by hard times, and Atreyavahl is near collapse because of the assassination of their Queen Viesha a century before. A prophecy tells that the god of darkness, Ardeth Anubace's Black Wolf, will bring the fall of the inner kingdom and then Argethlam, leading the world into Ardeth's rule. But Ramos Ra, the sire-god, created his own champion, the White Wolf to defeat the Black Wolf and purge the land of Ardeth's curse.
Calhoun's a simple cowboy with more problems in his life than he can handle at the moment. After nearly two years, he struggles to hang on to a relationship with Daniel, his first male lover. Daniel is worried about him because of the fire, because of his concern for his prized breeding mare, and because he is determined to buy the neighboring ranch to expand. But Daniel isn't a businessman without goals of his own for expansion, a fact that frustrates Calhoun as well. He doesn't want to lose Daniel, but will their differences finally be too much?
Somewhere on the rocky coast of Maine there exists the small, quiet town of Light's End. Built along a metaphysical fault line between the universal forces of good and evil, it has been the setting for countless episodes of mind-numbing horror and depravity. Horror master Michael Vance chronicles a baker's dozen of terror-inducing tales that will leave you shivering in the night. Welcome to classic pulp horror at its most gruesome, courtesy of Airship 27 Productions.
Placed by the hands of a god into the womb of Dragoloth's royal family, Pharun has struggled all his life to prove that he is worthy to inherit the throne. But now the throne sits empty, with more than one candidate vying for its seat. Violence erupts, and corruption is unearthed as a game of gods and thrones threatens to make the greatest empire in the world crumble. All Pharun ever wanted was to prove he was a worthy son. Now he has to prove himself a worthy king.
"Horrible Narration /Not about Dragons"
Las Vegas is a city with a past, a place where visitors dream of hitting it big. A town with a glittering strip just blocks away from its seedy underbelly. A town where those dreams are born, used up and spit out like an over-the-hill showgirl clinging to the tattered remnants of her youth. Harry is one of the dreamers, a cheat at cards who has just gotten out of prison. He's ready to find the big pay off on the strip, with a new fool-proof way to take the whales.
"Entertaining but needed to be longer"
Welcome to Light's End, a small, quaint fishing town on the rugged coast of Maine. It's a quiet place, much like many other such communities throughout New England. And yet there is a presence of evil about the streets and byways of this harmless-appearing hamlet. For here, amid the age-old Yankee traditions of its citizens, lurks a dark secret, a brooding, religious philosophy that infects every aspect of daily life. Dare you enter Light's End and uncover what lies beneath its pleasant, homey façade?
Everyone tells you that there's a Heaven and a Hell when you die. What no one tells you is that Hell isn't full of flames and demons. For Mike Reese his Hell is reliving the death of his family over and over again. After being accused of their murders and sentenced to death, Mike must now live out his afterlife reliving that day as punishment. The only problem is, he wasn't the killer....
This is a second collection of poems and quotes by Richard M Knittle, Jr., who is a four-time number-one author and poet, so take a journey into the light as Richard beats back depression and PTSD with his writings. It nncludes his award-winning "The Story of Me and You".
My latest book is called Looking Back: A Poets Journey and is my sixth poetry book in just a year and a half. It has been a very tearful and emotional time as I wrote down the pages and started looking back at some of my fans favorites and some of the poetry that made the poet you see today. I hope that you enjoy listening to them as I have enjoyed writing them for you all. Words can never express the happiness that I have inside and I want to thank you all for such a wonderful journey so far.
Richard M Knittle Jr. is a four-time number-one author and poet. This is the fifth book in the Love and Heartbreak collection. It is different from his epic poems like The Battle Lost series or Life Poems. It is love poems and heartbreak poems and has a very special meaning for the author, who hopes you enjoy it. He has included "You and Me", his very first love poem.
It is possible to hear the designs of heaven in the writing and works of Richard M Knittle, Jr. He has the innate ability to inspire those who listen to his work. It is most gratifying to be called friend. Thank you and blessings each time the moment arrives to renew our acquaintance.