Worship the Moon: Connor wants to be a werewolf. Specifically, Glyn’s werewolf. He’ll take Levi, too, if he can get him. But Glyn is hard to get and Levi both frightens and arouses Connor by turns. He can tell there’s something going on that he doesn’t know about, but what is it? A man could give up, at this rate, if it wasn’t for the occasional hungry look he spotted on Glyn’s face. Or is that just the wolf peeking out?
Lead Me to the Altar: Jaime’s proposed, and now it’s time to walk down the aisle. But a new customer at the garage, the handsome owner of the kind of muscle car Jaime loves to play with, makes Henry question why Jaime wants him. And when Jaime starts spending too much time with his new friend, the tension rises, culminating in an explosive argument the eve of the big day.
Glory: A genderfluid angel whose smart mouth and independent attitude have gotten him into trouble more often than he can remember is sent to Earth to right a wrong and expose a hidden agenda. And if smoothing the path of two would-be lovers happens along the way, who is he to complain?
Proud Flesh: It’s been two years since Leo and Julian brought down the human trafficking ring, only to find there was more to this business than they’d originally suspected. Julian is in Kansas City getting experience in day-to-day investigation, and Leo is still working on tracking down the rest of the traffickers. A phone call from the Detroit police sends them both rocketing into a two-steps-forward, one-step-back investigation that tangles Julian’s old roommate Dave up with one of the victims and leaves Julian teetering on the edge of losing everything he’s worked his entire life for.