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Changeling Moon by E.E. Ottoman — Dyer has a secret, and the only one who can help him keep it, and thereby help keep him alive, is the beautiful changeling whore that Dyer visits whenever he's in town—the changeling that Dyer wishes could be so much more than a man with whom he has struck a bargain.
Halloween Trick by Julia Alaric — Life was never easy for Robbie, and death isn't any easier. Being both ghost and rentboy leaves him with a clientele that is strange at best, and he fervently wishes he could quit once and for all. But the job reminds him of what he is: a dead whore, completely unsuitable for Josh, his amazing roommate who is still very much alive.
Laying in Wait by Terry Milien — Despite the risk, witches Ryan and Jason hold a séance on Halloween night—a séance that results in Jason being possessed by the ghost of a rentboy. As Jason is dragged off by the ghost, which is determined to end its own misery once and for all, Ryan goes in search of a way to save his unfortunate friend—and learns much more than he expected.
Love in the Dark Zone by Diana Sheridan — Trent has given up on life since losing his lover, Luke. He sells his body for cash, goes through one failed relationship after another, and clings helplessly to the memory of a man he'll never see again. Bailing on Trick or Treat plans with his friends to take care of a last minute client, Trent expects nothing but a normal night of fulfilling someone else's desires. He certainly doesn't expect payment to come in the form of one more chance to see his dead lover.
Love Tokens by Megan Derr — Chanda is the Lord of Honey Flower House, which specializes in catering to those who have a taste for the paranormal between the sheets. Being an incubus makes him all the better at the job, even if the job makes him lonely. Then a demon appears on his doorstep in search of a missing person, and Chanda is quickly reminded why he prefers the relatively quiet life as master of a pleasure house.
Price of Passion by Cassandra Pierce — In Victorian Oxford, Professor Algernon Price strikes a scandalous bargain with a young man who offers companionship in exchange for meals and a place to stay. He soon discovers, however, that his guest prefers meals consisting of human blood and a room that blocks all traces of sunlight. But even that is not as shocking as the emotions that arise between them, or the hope that his strange guest might be the one to alleviate his loneliness.
The Courtesan by Isabella Carter — The city has been on eggshells since the arrival of the vampire delegation to the capital and Prince Alden has been ordered to his best behavior. Which means it's definitely a bad time to find himself drawn to the handsome man he met late one night that asked him to dance. Especially when the man is already claimed...
The Jack O'Lantern's Grin by Mell Eight — When Lex, Neero's brother and alpha, orders him to whore himself out to earn some money, Neero agrees. The needed cash will help their struggling pack. It's just sex, after all, and it's only for one night. But, once he meets the man he's supposed to be keeping company for an evening, Neero starts to think that maybe his night won't be so bad after all ...
Trick of Dreams by K-lee Klein — Misha hates Halloween. Nothing good has ever come of it, even though it was the day he was born. He spends his days at a thankless job and fills his nights turning tricks. His only reprieves from the misery are his best friend and the alluring dreams that come to him night after night. On his first Halloween as a free man, a string of strange occurrences only firm up his position on Halloween. But the kindness of a stranger and a gift from his best friend send Misha's mind reeling with flashes of his dreams and what was once unrecognizable suddenly becomes a little more familiar.
With a Touch by Sasha L. Miller — In his search for the missing candidate who can stop the unceasing rains plaguing the country, Eneko is led to a cluster of rentboys desperately trying to make money despite the foul weather. When the candidate once more runs away, Eneko is left relying on the remaining rentboys, including the handsome, self-contained, and highly distracting Lain.