Hunter is just a businessman who's found his niche -- men. Good-looking men that he will provided to a network, which will then offer them to a very wealthy, very exclusive clientele. That these men are usually straight and unwilling is beside the point. He takes great joy in fulfilling orders that come his way, because it includes him testing each prospect ot make certain he will meet the client's specifications. However, his greatest pleasure is derived from handling special orders, where he has to track down and capture a man who has been specifically chosen, no matter what the cost.
All goes well until Hunter runs up against a young soldier named Vermin. Then things spiral out of control, and the hunter now wonders if he is the one being hunted.
(Includes a new section titled "The Sheriff's Boys, no more")