Sam’s life changes completely when his boss Jeremy finally reveals the secret he’s been keeping from Sam since the day they met: they’re mates and not only is Jeremy a werepanther, but so is Sam. With rules to follow so they can be together, Sam has to step up and be the patient lover his formerly straight mate needs him to be while learning about his new self as a werepanther.
Nate is one day away from getting married to a gubernatorial candidate and he just wants to get it over with already. Which, yeah, isn’t exactly the most romantic notion. If he could pin his husband-to-be down maybe he could help Nate remember why he’d agreed to all this. But then Nate’s ex shows up looking like he’s dying and claiming he will without Nate’s help. Reeve ran out on Nate a year ago, though, and Nate isn’t ready to forgive him. Except now there are agents in tactical gear chasing them down and whisking them off to a nondescript bunker. And then one of them tells Nate everything Reeve said about his absence was true. Which has to be wrong because people can’t shift into animals. Right?
Toliver Braun’s life has been falling apart ever since he slept with Santa Claus. Fired with his pants still around his ankles for accidentally using his boss’s office for a private party, Toliver should be making plans for how to survive unemployment through the holidays. Instead, he can’t resist indulging by taking a very willing Santa home with him. That night turns into several more, and though the sex is phenomenal, Toliver’s losing everything. What is he supposed to do now that he has no job, car, or home? The only thing he has going for him is his Santa, but that can’t possibly last while Toliver’s life is a mess. Or maybe that’s what Fate has planned.