Kace & Falcon have been in a relationship for thirteen years. With Falcon in the military, they’ve spent more time apart than together. Since they live in off-base housing, Kace hides who he is. When he finds out about Elan Isle, he’s excited. Especially when he finds out that not only will their domestic discipline lifestyle be accepted, but that he and Falcon are welcomed for who they are. They no longer have to hide.
Falcon has protected Kace since the night they met. Seeing his love become emboldened by their new town is electrifying. So much so that he decides to come home for good.
Kace knows having Falcon home all the time will be difficult, but he thinks it will be due to his partner missing his life in the military. He has no idea the difficulties will be his. Worries he’s never voiced pop up and desires he’s never considered become all important. While Falcon has more patience than anyone he knows, Kace fears that this desire might be the final straw.
If you’re a Corbin’s Bend Pride fan, you might remember the short story Pillar in the Snow. This is that short story, given full life as a novel with new characters and a different kink community.
Nicholas Layton, fresh off his mission for his church, attends Falcon Pointe University. He plans to enjoy the next year before giving in to pressure to marry his girlfriend. He doesn’t think a man like him can be happy. When he meets other men who come from the same background who are happy, his perfectly structured life begins to fracture.
Between keeping up appearances of the old him, Nick investigates the man inside. He hangs out with other gay men and even dates one. Ethan Kierk is fascinating in ways girls never have been.
He’s lived his life by others’ rules, not imagining there was a way out. As everything from his old life crumbles, he has two choices. Sink or make his own rules and swim into the unknown.
Warning: This book is the 2nd edition of His Right Choice, a Men of Falcon Pointe novel. This book has been changed from its original form with new content. It contains scenes of loving discipline and acts of an intimate nature between two men. While each book can be read as a standalone, they are best read in order.
While unhappy to be missing four weeks of Christian’s company, Logan is thrilled to spend a month with his father’s relatives in New York. A naturally gregarious individual, he’s used to winning people over and getting things right. Unfortunately the Mannettes are not what he expects and for the first time in his life, he doubts who he is.
Christian has regained some of his old self-esteem and is taking on new challenges. Besides growing in the relationship he has with Logan, he takes the time his boyfriend is away to learn more about domestic discipline. He learns a little online but it is Gregory, Logan’s father, where he gains most of his information. Including the fact that his natural strength puts him in a position he doesn’t expect.
Logan hits rock bottom and Christian runs to the rescue. He saves Logan from New York, but puts their relationship in a new sort of peril. When the dust settles, who will be left on top?
Part of A Thia Thing Presents
How was he to know that the club where he finds complete and utter acceptance is the home he has to betray?
Sior is at his wits end. Nobody will hire him due to extreme anxiety attacks and he needs a job. When he is offered a position as a junior private investigator, he grabs at the only possibility in front of him. He has to infiltrate QinQ, a gay BDSM club, bring back proof of illegal activities, and he’s guaranteed a job.
It sounds simple enough. Only he’s straight and he has no clue what BDSM is.
Even worse, he finds things about himself at QinQ that he never knew. The more he begins to understand about him, the more he fears what he might find out about the club. And yet he has to find the evidence or lose his job.
With time running out, he makes a decision, a decision that may cost him everything he holds dear.