“Once upon an island, two warriors learned to love.”
In the realm beyond where humans live, the Bunog and Tayhu have been warring over trade routes and territories for nearly a century. Magda, a Bunog with blood that makes her as fast and strong as most of her enemies, is swept away by the stormy seas while fighting a Tayhu. She ends up on an island in human territory—along with the man trying to slay her.
Just as she regains consciousness and attempts to finish Malakan off, two children appear before them, hungry and in need of tender loving care. Unwilling to battle in front of innocent eyes, they agree to a truce. It plunges them into a different kind of war, one they have to wage not only on the mysterious monster inhabiting the island but also against their blossoming emotions.
In this story inspired by the nature and mythology of Panay, Philippines, discover a tale that starts with enemies and sparks a romance.
“Married in Tierra del Fuego” is a 43 minutes long romantic read, featuring a male / male relationship, and it ends with an erotic scene.
Jian’s gay heart breaks after his straight roommate finds a girlfriend. Needing a change, he makes a decision to leave China forever, and move to Argentina. A new life is liberating, but lonely. For this reason, Jian signs up as a listener for people in emotional crisis. One night, a mysterious man named Midnight Sun logs in. He, like Jian, is Chinese, and about to attend an opera performance in Buenos Aires. The two meet by accident. One evening is enough to make them fall for one another. Jian has no illusions it will end in heartbreak, but Midnight Sun makes a surprising move…