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Moonlust, as part of the Men in Space Anthology.
The job was supposed to be an easy one for Captain Kar and his two-man crew: land the Danaus on the deserted moon, appropriate a few boxes of precious chromore, and jump out of the system before the Guardians could get to them. Even Will and Jay’s inability to keep their hands off each other for any length of time should not have been too much of a problem.
They discover too late it’s the laineards’ mating season. The resulting sexual pheromones begin to affect them as soon as they step off the ship. With Will and Jay losing their minds to lust, and Kar himself blinded by visions of the two men he has wanted for months, things suddenly get much harder than expected.
Their only hope for not ending up in jail is to get out of there before the Guardians find them. Except an open loading dock contaminated the air inside the Danaus. And Kar will have to resort to drastic measures to keep Jay and Will apart long enough to escape…
A child’s birth. His first teeth and first steps. School friends and bullies, recess, school plays and science projects. A girl, a crush and a broken heart. These childhood experiences are shared by countless little boys from different horizons.
And yet… Jacob is anything but average. For as long as he has been able to understand, a secret has shaped his life, kept even from his closest friends: his father, Andrew, is a vampire. And so is his other father, Nicholas.
In a strange era when demons are beginning to appear all over the world and threaten humans and vampires alike, the three of them form quite an extraordinary family. And yet, at the same time, they could hardly be more normal.
Two fathers raising a son neither of them ever thought he would have. A Sire and Childe resuming their relationship after years of estrangement. Through snapshots covering Jacob’s life from birth to adulthood, discover this unusual family, and how, in the end, all it takes is love.
Andrew, Jacob’s father and a vampire, fights demons because it’s a necessity: few others have the strength or skill to kill the strange creatures that started appearing the very night his son was born. He carries with him some guilt, too, and the suspicion that the magic that made Jacob’s very life possible also opened the way for the demons. The last thing he wants is for his son to ever join this fight and get hurt.
As the years pass, however, and Andrew watches Jacob grow up and grow more determined, he slowly has to accept there’s little he can do to deter his son. It doesn’t help that Nicholas, Jacob’s other dad and Andrew’s Childe, starts giving Jacob sword-fighting lessons under the cover of playing, or that Jacob discovers his mother’s diaries and comes to the same conclusion Andrew did concerning his origins and the demons’.
Through snapshots covering Jacob’s life from birth to adulthood, watch all three members of this unusual family change, grow up, and find their place in the world.
In an indistinct future, humans and vampires are allied against the savage demons that relentlessly attack their cities.
In the fortified town of Newhaven, a centuries-old vampire, Wilhelm, is slowly losing track of why he fights. Meeting the human child Ariadne and watching her grow up to become a fierce fighter reminds him of his purpose and gives a face to the humans he tries to protect.
As years pass, however, and Aria becomes a young woman, then a vampire, his protectiveness slowly turns into love…
In a future world shattered by the invasion of beast-like demons, humans are fighting back as well as they can, using ancient weapons along with magic to defend their cities. Next to them, vampires are fighting too – some for the thrill of it, others to hold on to age-old Pacts, which demand that they protect humans.
When Kate’s squad of fighters meets vampires Marc and Blake, she is torn. Her squad could use their help, but the two men are distracting her from her duty. Night after night, they search together for the breach between realities that allows the demons’ invasion. They search, also, for the equilibrium that will allow Blake to forgive his Sire, Marc to accept Blake as he is – and Kate to admit she is attracted to both of them.
Can they find that delicate balance before the demons destroy the squad?
Months after closing the breach in the City, Kate’s squad is in a new town, battling demons yet again. Blake and his Sire Marc have accompanied the soldiers and continue to help them, although Blake, these days, is just as busy fighting demons as he is scheming.
He sleeps with both Kate and Marc separately, and figures that, since they are attracted to each other, they should sleep together too.
Before his ultimate goal of sharing his bed with both of them can be achieved, however, the unthinkable happens: while fighting demons, Blake stumbles through a breach and becomes trapped in another dimension.
Grieving over his loss, his lovers fall apart and go their separate ways. Will finding Blake again – a damaged Blake, half-human and half-vampire, incapable of speech and scared of both of them – help them grow closer once more, or will it end their relationship for good?
His time in a cell in the demon dimension left him with physical and mental wounds, and while the first healed without leaving a mark, the latter still cripple him at times, plunging him into nightmares until he can’t differentiate between horrific memories of abuse and a present in which his lovers tiptoe around him to avoid causing him more pain.
When Kate can’t stand the status quo anymore and risks pushing at the walls behind which Blake hides, things seem to take a turn for the best. Marc, however, decides to make up for his failure to rescue Blake from the demons with a bold move that could start the nightmare all over again… or bring this trio together, closer than ever before.
The first time Virginia went to the dance club On The Edge, she only wanted to find out what a night in a vampire’s arms would be like. Anando showed her it could be much, much more than she had imagined.
Over the next few months, every time she returned he continued to stretch her imagination and the boundaries she tried to set on their relationship.
Soon, though, Anando’s limits were tested as much as Virginia’s when their sexual encounters gave way to feelings neither of them had expected.
The very first time Virginia spent a night with the vampire Anando, she couldn’t have begun to imagine all the sensual and sexual games she would experience with him. She also couldn’t have imagined that she would fall in love with him, or he with her.
As she moves in with him and they find their places in each other’s lives, the discoveries start again. A few of them happen through old games revisited: roleplay, public sex or a familiar dildo in a different hand. Other discoveries come through new toys, some battery-operated, others custom-made to fit just right. And yet more discoveries come from playing with old and new partners.
But in the end, the one lesson that remains the same might be the most important of all: love.
Tales From The Edge (comprises On The Edge, Over The Edge, Walking The Edge and Fifth Vision of Destiny)
It all starts with a night of lust. Brett is scared to lose beautiful vampire Lisa when an old lover of hers, Leo, shows up at their dance club, On The Edge. But when Brett stops worrying long enough to follow Lisa’s lead, he gains a lover instead of losing one.
It continues the next morning when Brett hires Leo as a bartender for the club. The two of them start exploring their new relationship, but killings outside the club threaten their burgeoning trust. As for Lisa, who brought her two lovers to the same bed, she now realizes that she also invited back in her life a past she thought forgotten. The three of them need to work together to cement their relationships.
As time passes, Brett tries to give his two vampire lovers what they want and need – and sometimes, what they don’t even realize they want or need. But whether they will consent to say the ‘L word’ or not, there is no doubt that these two vampires can – and do – love.