What would you do if you saw someone getting beaten up?
Have-a-go hero Barney really should have used his patented superpower—his Very Loud Scream—and not chanced his wobbly, faux bravado. Now he’s dodging a posse of angry yobs, his head reeling from more than the missile that just hit him. Just who is this stranger sprinting at his side?
By the time it’s safe for him and Raf to emerge from their refuge, there’s a definite connection between them. And yet there’s something about Raf’s story that doesn’t quite add up. Will Barney's I-dared-to-believe dreams go up in smoke or is this New Year’s Eve the one Where Forever Started?
The Gift (M/F)
Hard to smile when your best friend is marrying your ex. Harder still to smile when you’re wearing layers of neon pink netting. When Kat’s gift for being a bridesmaid turns out to be a GI Joe action figure, her smile finally threatens to break. But after she throws the figure in the closet, the gift turns into something unexpected and she can’t stop smiling.
Two Birds One Stone (M/F)
Emma's almost given up hope of becoming a fully-fledged angel. When she has to keep repeating her training, she wonders if there's been a mistake and she should have grown horns and a tail. But then Dex is instructed to sort her out, and his attempts to persuade her to fly are rather unconventional.
Dragon Race (M/F)
The Dragon Race is a tradition in the kingdom of Ost but eating the losing dragon is not. When Tomas's brother changes the rules of the race,Tomas is determined to save his dragon from the pot. But she is just as determined not to win, because the dragon racing against her is the one she loves. She has a plan but will it work?
Saying Yes (M/F)
Zadie’s negative attitude leads to the loss of her boyfriend, job and flat. Now she’s determined to be a yes girl. Yes, she’d love to flat sit while the owner is away, but one look at the mess and she wishes she’d said no.
No is the last thing Tristan expects to hear when he proposes in front of his girlfriend’s family. Humiliated, he hides out in his brother’s empty flat without asking because he really doesn’t want to hear another no.
What he needs is a woman who’ll say yes…yes…yes… Could that be Zadie?
The Bad Widow (M/F)
Rose Thorne doesn’t want much. She’d like a man to love and for village idiots to stop claiming she’s a witch. Just because she does a little magic doesn’t mean they need to burn her at the stake.
On her way home after foraging for mushrooms, she’s assaulted by two local lechers. Her rescuer appears out of the mist—a tall, dark, handsome stranger with a mouth-watering body. Finally something in her miserable life is going right. Furthermore, her saviour turns out to be mute, so he can’t ruin things by saying something stupid.
Can life get any better?
The Choice (M/M)
A party that's not what it seems.
A guy who's not what he seems.
A choice to make!