As Alex D. Opal:
Nandil is an Arto, a robotic lifeform created centuries ago by humans to fight wars in their place. Brought to sentience by a mysterious object called the Lantern, Nandil has made being a Templar his life’s work, wielding the powers of his soul to protect the planet the Artos have claimed and simply call Home.
When a ship is shot down in the sky of Home, Nandil finds the corpse of a human among the wreckage. A human that returns to life—and seems to have the same soul as an Arto. With no memory of his past and no path for the future, the resurrected man takes the name of Sangar, and follows in Nandil’s footsteps.
Brotherly affection becomes something much more complicated, as Sangar fights to make their relationship romantic and human, and Nandil views this as his nature demands: a war to be won.
Be Warned: m/m sex, exhibitionism, robot love
Leviss has been a soldier of the elite space mercenaries known as the Sea Guard for most of his life, surviving mission after deadly mission while the rest of his cohort hasn’t. Scarred and reeling from having been left by his spouse, he takes a mission that he knows from the start he will hate: acting as the bodyguard for a cybernetically enhanced, quasi-telepathic ambassador.
Ambassador Najee is a man overly inquisitive about the pasts of others and unwilling to share his own. But while his motives may be mysterious, who he wants isn’t: Leviss. Soon it’s Leviss’s hatred of ambassadors and his determination to not be distracted from his mission pitted against a lust that will not be denied.
Be Warned: m/m sex, public exhibition, erotic asphyxiation
As Poofy Smoulders:
Procrastination always screws Melissa over when it comes to cosplay, but this time the screwing becomes a lot more literal when the wig she’s working on develops a mind and appetites of its own.
Be Warned: consentacles, cosplay erotica