Ichabod Crane is a quiet young boy at the Sleepy Hollow Academy in the countryside of New York State. After finding a mysterious lost horse in the woods, while under the pursuit of the merciless school bully Brom Bones and her Sleepy Hollow Boys gang, and returning it to the stables he now finds himself under the protection and affections of the legendary Headless Horseman of Sleepy Hollow. ... [click here for more]
It’s a cold town of metal, greed, intrigue, and of course lust. Hal Weber, a handsome, downtrodden newspaperman has come to Copper City at the behest of his former lover Rust Masson. Now the widow of the towns political power house Rust intends to seize all power in this mining town. She’s greedy, heartless, and calculating. She knows what she wanted and is ready to use cold-blooded violence... [click here for more]
When hell can hold no more souls the dead shall walk the earth is the myth, and for Mavis Bluestone the myth has seemed to come true. Three years ago the dead returned to walk the earth and she became a leather clad gothic zombie huntress. Now with her fellow huntress Sabrina Blood they are sent to track down another legend. That of bullets supposedly made out of platinum from the gates of hell themselves,... [click here for more]
In the Arabian Kingdom Sulon women are forbidden from holding royal or political powers and positions, due to an ancient act of betrayal. So neighboring kingdoms select young men after entering puberty who retain feminate attributes to be Princesses. They are known as the Boy-Princesses. They are trained to be able to please their future husbands' fantasies and desires. Abdul a young Boy-Princess is... [click here for more]
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of intimate male companionship.
Jane Austen’s classic romance has been re-envisioned as an elegant boy’s love story. Eliazar Bennet is the second of five sons whose mother wants nothing more for them all to be married off too good husbands. However the issues of manners, upbringing,... [click here for more]