Summary:
The scars from her abuse mark his body, their silvery lines
testament to the love he bore for her.

Summary:
I have always desired someone to love and to love me in return.
I could be a good husband.

Summary:
"It's hard to tell someone such a thing. That you're
even less 'normal' than they think."

Summary:
The thought of my hands being the only man's hands
on his body enthrals and thrills me.

Summary:
I never expected to find love, you see.

Sequel to "Wolf Song"

Summary:
Me and Ben, we're good together, I think.
I think he thinks so too.

Summary:
We are pack. We are all each other has,
and it has to be enough for now.

Summary:
After two months of Fraser-less existence in Chicago, Illinois,
I cracked. I couldn’t take it.

Summary:
The reality is not two grown men moving
seamlessly against each other.

Summary:
Confused and bewildered over the dreams,
he wondered if he was losing his mind.