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Gay on a Train
Spieldauer: 7 Std. und 1 Min.
5 out of 5 stars
5 out of 5 stars
5 out of 5 stars
I’m straight. So, when a gay guy on the train asked me out on a date, why the hell did I say yes? And why am I excited about seeing him again? Okay, let’s start again.... I thought I was straight for all of my 26 years. I dated women. I slept with women. And yeah, occasionally I’d wondered what it would be like to experiment with a guy. We’ve all done it, right? A couple of times, at least? Only, I never did more than wonder.
Laurence Riley has seen the future, and all his visions are coming true. Just as he can’t control the addiction that dominates his life or the mind games of his stalker ex-boyfriend, he also struggles with his untamed supernatural gifts. Jack can help. His price is that Laurence keeps him fed with regular offerings of sex, but Laurence has fallen for someone way out of his league whose wild telekinesis keeps them even further apart, and his debt to Jack is piling up fast.
After defeating Meglar at Belsport, Farrell returns to Haven to recover from his injuries, but Khron, the God of War, has other ideas. He gives Farrell a new mission: free the survivors of the ancient dwarf realm of Trellham from their 3,000-year banishment. To fulfill Khron's near impossible task, Farrell will need the help of his distance ancestor, the legendary wizard Kel. But Kel has been dead for a thousand years.
Quentin and Laurence are on their way home to San Diego when a blizzard turns their brief stop in New York City into a proper Christmas vacation. And what could be better than being snowed in at a luxury hotel with no responsibilities except to each other? Of course, new troubles find them in Manhattan: Quentin goes missing. More than just missing... as far as Laurence can tell, Quentin is dead. And, in a way, he's right. Quentin's in the Otherworld. The only way back to Laurence is to make a dangerous bargain.
Jonathon de Mountford’s visit to Merrychurch village to stay with his uncle Dominic gets off to a bad start when Dominic fails to appear at the railway station. But when Jonathon finds him dead in his study, apparently as the result of a fall, everything changes. For one thing, Jonathon is the next in line to inherit the manor house. For another, he’s not so sure it was an accident, and with the help of Mike Tattersall, the owner of the village pub, Jonathon sets out to prove his theory - if he can concentrate long enough without getting distracted by the handsome Mike.
Alexandre Bonfils, a rich and spoiled second son, is tired of being ignored and decides to help when the family’s exclusive wine business is in trouble. Going undercover in the warehouse, he loves the adventure - and the chance to be close to the sassy and sexy manager Tate Somerton. Tate is hardworking and financially struggling, bringing up his siblings on his own. A suspected saboteur at work is his latest challenge, but now, he also has a clueless, though very attractive, new intern.
Small-town business owner Jason Brewster has big dreams: world travel, adventure, and, most of all, a passionate romance worthy of a fairy tale. But he doesn’t believe fantasies can come true until Adam moves in next door. He’s handsome, cultured, European, and, best of all, interested in Jason. It’s like something out of the stories Jason loves. But Adam - whose real name is Amadeo Montefalcone - has a secret. He's royalty, prince of the small country of Monterosia.
We all fall down.When Quentin is accosted on the street by YouTube ghost-hunters with a crackpot theory about his mother, he writes it off as nonsense - until they kidnap him right off the street in broad daylight. Not even his psychokinesis can save him, but Laurence will. He must. Except Laurence can't find Quentin. His powers have never failed him like this before. There's only one hope left: A stranger called Angela is willing to teach him more magic than he currently knows.
There’s nowhere left to run. Quentin d’Arcy has escaped his father’s clutches for six years, but the life he has built in San Diego is about to come crashing down. The skeletons in his closet won’t stay hidden. The Duke of Oxford’s pawns are all in place. One move triggers a catastrophic chain of events: Freddy kidnaps Laurence, and Quentin is thrust into a race against time to save both his lover’s sanity and his own. Every family has secrets, but the d’Arcy line is built on them. Nothing will ever be the same again.
Frederick d’Arcy is determined to unearth the truth behind his mother’s untimely death, but the only witness is a man whose mind Frederick cannot read: his twin brother, Quentin. And Quentin is up to his neck in trouble half a world away. That trouble’s name is Kane Wilson. As Wilson works to out psychics and kill anyone who gets in his way, Frederick enters into a deadly game of cat and mouse. He must outwit, outthink, and outmanipulate Wilson without revealing the extent of his own powers, or the vengeance he seeks could be snatched from his grasp.
Just when Quentin and Laurence have come to terms with their psychic abilities and the responsibilities that come with power, they learn there might be more to their gifts than they thought. Laurence can wield magic. Real magic, gifted to him by the gods, with all of the sigils and spell-casting and talismans that comes with it. He needs to find a teacher, and Quentin can't - or won't - help him.
Chase Walker: Founder of C.W. Consult. Sex therapist extraordinaire. And, without question, always in control. After years of schooling his emotions, Chase takes pride in his self-composure and firm lack of commitment. It takes only one fresh-faced redhead in need of his services for all of that to fall to pieces. Abigail O'Shay is everything Chase isn't. Sweet. Innocent. A virgin. Chase has never wanted to defile anything more.
Quentin d’Arcy may have survived a showdown with a god, but now he faces something far more terrifying: falling in love. And the secret he’s hiding from Laurence could burn them both. Kane Wilson says he wants to make a better world - one in which psychics are out and proud without fear of reprisal or hatred - but there’s a trail of bodies buried in his past. Kane’s power is his words. When he commands, everyone obeys. They have no choice. Everyone except Quentin.
Newly single in his late 20s and bored with his quiet life in a London suburb, Daniel Cross soon discovers the lure of social media. Excited at the chance of tracking down his old mates from a schooldays sports club, he launches a personal quest to find out what kind of man each boy has become.
Up-and-coming London chef Marcus Vine is poised on the edge of success, but the only men courting him are investors. That leaves Marcus with some free time - which is fortunate, because his godchildren need him. A year ago, a horrible accident killed Marcus’s best friend, Raine, leaving her children without a mother and her husband, Tom, without a partner. Consumed by grief, Tom has been going it alone, refusing help, but when Marcus sees him out with the children, it’s obvious that Tom and his two daughters need someone.