Journalist Paul is keen for an indepth interview with heroic paramedic, Drew. And not only because it’s a great story. But Paul’s not out and when he confesses his feelings Drew says he won’t date a closeted man, not with all the pain that can bring. Paul needs to decide if his fear of losing his career is stronger than his feelings for Drew.
Ice cream seller Rob Catteneo, wants to get closer to rival Chez Bianchi, in both the business and personal sense. But Chez fears his very traditional family finding out he’s gay, so despite one night together, he resists Rob’s overtures. Only Rob’s help with an ice cream emergency on an important summer weekend brings Chez around to reconsidering Rob’s business — and personal — propositions.
Teamed with unconventional agent Taya, Lieutenant Barb Carolus is both irritated with and attracted to her temporary partner. She’s conflicted about her orders to bring down a rogue officer who’s a hero of her home planet and feeling bitter enough to give in to desire. Barb’s by-the-book approach won’t work when she’s forced to improvise a solution to save their lives after the mission goes bad.
Many years ago the events of a weekend at the seaside drove Jim to make a choice he’ll always regret.
Now Jim and his lover Andy return to the place that once ended their relationship. Only there can they reconcile the past with their future together.
When you live beside a cat café, it’s inevitable the fur will start flying eventually. Derek “Dez” Walker, a police officer wounded in a shooting, feels adrift and isolated as he makes a slow recovery. Others call him a hero, but it’s a title he doesn’t think he deserves.
When Dez intervenes in a burglary at the cat café near his apartment, he meets the owner, Francis “Fran” Green. Though he’s a hero to Fran for his intervention in the burglary, it’s Fran who becomes a strong source of support for Dez. Fran offers friendship to his vulnerable neighbour and, as they spend more time together, Dez comes to rely on Fran … and his cats.
He begins to find the way out of his isolation, but does he deserve everything Fran offers?
Me and My
Max Sagan’s mouth is always getting him in trouble. His special talent for saying the wrong thing at the wrong time to the wrong person makes it hard to hold onto either a job or a boyfriend for long.
When Max is fired yet again, his best friend Noah reluctantly gets Max an interview where he works. Max is grateful, but unsure if a party boy like him will fit in at a stuffy law firm. Then he meets Noah’s gorgeous boss, lawyer Owen Hart, and becomes determined to keep this job.
Others say Owen is far too professional to date an employee, but Max has a plan — keep his fingers crossed, look cute, and hope it works out. Meanwhile he’s working hard to keep his big mouth shut so he might last an unprecedented entire month at his new job — long enough, he hopes, to catch Owen’s eye.
After a decade together, death took Daniel’s lover away in an instant. A year of grieving kept him from thinking about the future. But now fearing loneliness, fearing aging and its effects, he’s ready to find someone new before it’s too late. Filled with good intentions, Daniel joins a gym. He plans to work hard to keep what time is all too quickly taking away from him. But are good intentions enough against the many distractions and temptations of life? Is he really prepared to make the sacrifices required? Meeting gym owner Chris may be the extra boost his motivation needs — if only he could figure out why Chris keeps blowing hot and cold on him.
Death claimed Chris’s lover too, but took much longer about it. The memory of watching the man he loved suffer has left Chris terrified of getting close to anyone again. He likes Daniel a lot, but there’s a problem and Chris can’t fix it, only Daniel can. If he’s serious about being with Chris. It’s a straightforward ultimatum. Daniel smokes and Chris will not date a smoker. Daniel has a choice. It’s Chris or the cigarettes.