Less Than Three Press
Genre: contemporary m/m
Series: Arctic Love 1-4
Release date: February 10, 2015
Print compilation of the Arctic Love series
Polar Nights | 25,000
Andreas has been in love with Christian for as long as he can remember, but he’s also always known it would remain one-sided. When he travels to Svalbard to take the last years of his Masters, spending time with Christian again brings back those feelings and makes life more than a little awkward.
The very last thing Christian needs is to have a very grown, very stunning Andreas living with him for a few weeks. Even the awkwardness between them is not enough to stop his attraction. Neither is the fact that Andreas is his sister’s stepson.
Northern Lights | 23,000
Varg doesn’t particularly want to go to Svalbard, but with both his brother and best friend living there, it’s the most sensible place for a holiday. He certainly doesn’t expect Jonathan, though he’s not opposed to spending his holiday madly in lust. There are definitely worse ways to stay warm in the arctic until he goes home…
Midnight Sun | 21,000
Two months ago Frey moved to Svalbard, and Jørgen hasn’t been able to stop thinking about him since. But every time he thinks about asking Frey out, the fear that fills Frey’s eyes stops him. If keeping his distance keeps Frey from being afraid, then so be it.
Frey moved to Svalbard because it was supposed to be safe. He wasn’t supposed to fall in love, and he definitely wasn’t supposed to keep running into poachers.
White Nights | 24,000
Radimir has loved Aleksandr for more than a decade. Long convinced that Aleksandr will never love him in return, however, he has spent the years drifting from bed to bed, unable to settle when what he really wants is out of reach. And has been all the more out of reach since an impulsive, ultimately disastrous night together while out hiking. And will definitely be forever gone when Aleksandr returns to St. Petersburg.
Aleksandr wishes he could forget the night he gave in to a long-held desire for his friend, but more than anything he wishes that one night had led to so much more. But Radimir is a player, and Aleksandr doesn’t want to be simply another conquest.
Then family turmoil strikes Aleksandr hard, and he realizes the stability he’s always wanted was there all along…