Here are the stories from earliest to latest. Much love! MONOSHIZUKANOHI And the Crows Fly Salvation Short Straw Broken Interlude (Happens between chp. 2&3 of R&B) Knight of Swords Altering Affection Reset Undercurrents Breaking Point Rhythm & Bruise Breaking the Rules (Concurrent w/R&B) One Night at Break (Concurrent with R&B and BtR) Deprivation Devil's Mansion Beautiful Surrender Dinner at the Manor Haku's Reward Poker Night Checkmate Breaking the Pattern Closet Games Getaway Willow Afterparty Turning the Tables Simplicity The Tower Ghosts Lessons in Living The Gala Sweet Nightmare Mundane Measures On the Edge Blue Diamond
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EARTHQUAKES: A NEW AMSTERDAM STORY
with a BONUS short story:
"Luck in the Making!"
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Art by Fluister
Earthquakes: A New Amsterdam Story:
Ellis Parker is a lucky man: he escaped his persecuting family, survived his tour of duty, and met Maxwell Clark in the city of New Amsterdam. Clark showed Ellis more than the ropes: Clark helped Ellis figure out who he is – a gay submissive with a massive fixation on a beautiful, mysterious ballet dancer named Bryn Rothe. Ellis knows a Good Man when he sees one, and he wants nothing more than to score a first date with Bryn.
Little does Ellis know that Bryn has a violent past that is crawling out of shallow graves to haunt him. Even his hectic schedule and beloved stage aren’t enough to distract him. It’s impossible for Bryn to figure out how he feels about Ellis with his demons between them, but when Ellis saves Bryn not once but twice, Bryn is forced to admit that there’s something about Ellis that Bryn might not merely want but need. Together, they journey to the scene of Bryn’s original crime – Charles Town, South Carolina. There they will bury Bryn’s father but dig up secrets that might explain Bryn’s tortured life but might also be his – and Ellis’s – undoing.
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