COMFORT (by D.W. Marchwell)
Chris Egeto fled to Canada to avoid the Vietnam War with only fifty dollars in his pocket and a desire to stay alive and whole; he left everything he knows and loves behind. But when he is injured just after making it across the border, Chris doesn’t have a choice: he will have to trust the stranger who offers him help, a decision that will change both their lives forever.
UNTIL (by D.W. Marchwell)
It seems like a dream when Lee sets eyes on Ryan, the focus of hero worship from his younger days. It’s a dream come true when Ryan goes home with him for an unprecedented night of passion. It makes Lee want even more, because he’s been going through man after man until the right one came along… and he wants that right one to be Ryan.
MITCHELL’S PRESENCE (by D.W. Marchwell)
Arthur is so emotionally jaded that he prefers nameless, faceless encounters allowing him the freedom to walk away. But then he meets Mitchell while hunting for an office Secret Santa gift. Mitchell is kind, funny, and quick-witted, and while Arthur starts thinking about a meaningless hook-up, he’s also considering what it might be like to know Mitchell better. Despite their all-too-apparent differences, Arthur sets out to woo Mitchell. In the process he finds himself not only thinking of changing but of doing everything he can think of to make it happen so he can finally find a home.