Three stories of the Air signs.
Poetry is natural … as is love between men.
During war, men can grow close. Very close.
Lady Ishtar lost her husband, the Bull of Heaven. She needed revenge.
She loved Iain. She knew that. She always had. What she wanted was to be owned by him. To have him love her so much he wanted to own her, for her to be his and his alone. For in her mind she wanted to be dominated and loved at the same time.
Two outcasts in 1930’s Kansas City meet and one becomes the man he’s meant to be.
It’s a race between finishing the railroad or finding a lover. Which one will he win?
To become a Master, one must first master one’s own desires.
Three stories of the Earth signs.
Three stories of the Fire signs.
Love often trumps intelligence.
Magic happens, even in Idaho.
True love lives on.
A young doctor in Union-occupied New Orleans questions his affiliation with the Confederacy and his own passion for a dashing Union sergeant.
Sometimes the man you’re supposed to hate becomes the one you love.
A young man goes to The Garden, a gay bar in St. Louis, and finds himself an angel who turns out to be a breaker of taboos.
The eyes are the mirror of the soul.
In 1930’s Chicago, gangsters rule the streets. You’re either with them … or you’re dead.