Ryker & Gavin (Something About Him) by A.D. Ellis
Gavin Mitchel has resigned himself to a lonely and unfulfilling love life, but his first meeting with Ryker Hudson is as steamy as it is random, which is precisely the way Ryker likes it. Their second meeting, while equally random, is beyond awkward.
Although a fourteen-year age difference stands in their way, a much larger obstacle is also blocking their path. Together, Ryker and Gavin must find the strength to overcome the roadblocks or bid farewell to their happily ever after.
**This is a male/male romance meant for ages 18+ due to adult language and situations.**
Jack of Thorns by Amelia Faulkner
Florist. Psychic. Addict.
Laurence Riley coasts by on good looks and natural charm, but underneath lies a dark chasm that neither heroin nor lovers can fill. Sobriety is a pipe dream which his stalker ex-boyfriend is pushing him away from. Luckily, Laurence has powers most can only dream of. If only he could control them.
Aristocrat. Psychic. Survivor.
Quentin d’Arcy is the product of centuries of wealth, privilege, and breeding, and is on the run from all three. A chance encounter with an arresting young florist with a winning smile could make him stop. Laurence is kind, warm, and oddly intriguing but Quentin’s wild telekinesis and his fear of sex make dating a dangerous game.
When opposites attract, they collide.
Desperate to fix his rotting life, Laurence prays for aid and accidentally summons a fertility god who prefers to be called Jack. Jack is willing to help out for a price, and it’s one Laurence just can’t pay: he must keep Jack fed with regular offerings of sex, and the florist has fallen for the one man in San Diego who doesn’t want any.
If they’re to survive Jack’s wrath, Laurence and Quentin must master their blossoming feelings and gifts, but even then the cost of Laurence’s mistake could well overwhelm them both. How exactly are mere mortals supposed to defeat a god?
Jack of Thorns is the first book in the Inheritance series and contains mature themes and events which may be distressing to some readers. It has a low heat rating and an HFN ending.
Surfacing by Daniel Stephens
SURFACING, the new gay romance by Daniel Stephens, is winning the hearts of readers and bloggers everywhere! Check out the Amazon reviews and buy a copy. It’s the heartwarming gay journey we’ve all been waiting for.
This is a book about coming home again. A book about finding your way into the light after being in the dark for too long. It’s a book about letting go of the past and looking to the future. It is a book about letting go of fear and learning to love again.
It is an amazing book and has so much depth too it. (Natasha)
This is about second chances at love, learning how to grieve, find and accept your inner-self, and live in the now for the future rather than the past. My heart shattered and mended back together with the love of the community. (Keri)
A wonderful story of grief, recovery and love. The journey through these is filled with tenderness, the love of a community and a man finding life after a heartbreaking tragedy. (Maddygirl)
Used to luxurious, high-profile city life, Chris’s world is shattered when tragedy takes his husband and young son. Seeking a life free from pain, Chris returns to his grandfather’s cabin on the shores of Wolf Thorn Lake, Maine.
When Chris meets Jake, the earthy young man who resides across the lake, Chris faces his most challenging decision yet. Does he continue his life alone, or does he risk his heart and the potential of love he sees illuminated in Jake’s warm eyes?
A young man running from pain, a rural free spirit with the ability to heal, and a wolf who haunts the shore-line of Wolf Thorn Lake illustrate the endurance of the human heart, the capacity to learn how to love again, and the heart’s ability to restore even the most wounded of men.
Be Loved by Stella Starling
“How do you fall out of love with your best friend?”
Police Officer Brandon Byrne has carried a torch for his best friend since the day they first met. He’s mastered the art of keeping his feelings to himself as Shane, a serial monogamist, falls out of one bad relationship and right into another, again… and again… and again. But now, after ten long years, it’s finally time to face reality.
Shane’s getting married, and what Brandon once thought was his destiny is just never going to happen.
On the cusp of saying yes to his boyfriend’s marriage proposal, Shane Allen is getting cold feet. He’s always wanted a happily-ever-after… so shouldn’t he be more excited at the thought that it’s finally about to happen? But when he takes a compatibility quiz on the popular gay dating app, bLoved, it does more than just help him answer that question, it opens his eyes to some scary truths.
Maybe it’s not just cold feet. Maybe it’s time to get out.
Brandon might finally get his chance at the one thing he’s always wanted, but only if he can protect Shane long enough to take it… because when Shane’s rejection exposes his ex’s true nature, it starts to look a lot like that of a psychopath.
Be Loved is a gay romance novel of approximately 75,000 words that features a nice guy who carries a gun, jewelry filled with the kind of magic that can only come from the heart, fun facts about Uranus, and an emotionally battered man who finally gets what he’s always deserved: love. It has a happily-ever-after ending, no pesky cliffhangers, and can be read as a standalone… but if you enjoy Brandon and Shane’s story, be sure to check out the other books in the series! Enjoy!
Ghost by RJ Scott (Sanctuary Book Nine)
Can you ever hold on to a ghost?
Elliot is tracking an elusive killer, codenamed Ghost, with ties to organized crime. Every time the Sanctuary team gets close, Ghost slips their grasp.
Cole has nowhere left to turn. With his father dying and his sister in danger, he turns for help to the very people trying to track him down. Sanctuary’s assistance is what he needs to punch another hole in Varga’s organization.
When Elliot and Cole meet, it isn’t just passion that consumes them. When lust becomes something more, Elliot realizes that sometimes you can’t hold on to a ghost, and that sacrifice is often the only way to make things right.
Word Count: 44,000
Bronze Star by A.E. Wasp
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The heart wants what the heart wants.
Discipline and control, duty and order are the framework of Jay-Cee’s life. Even his art is an exercise in control. He loves the way sculpting allows him to channel the dangerous molten bronze into something beautiful.
Then Christopher Dobbs comes into his life. Young, beautiful, and brilliant with demons of his own to fight, Chris burns with a passion Jay-Cee can barely remember. Chris reminds Jay-Cee of who he used to be, who he could have been, but abandoned along the way.
Jay-Cee wants to study Chris. The urge to get his hands on Chris and take him apart is unbearable. Chris is way too young for Jay-Cee to want him the way he does. But the heart wants what it wants and pays no heed to the destruction love can leave in its wake.
Chris’ life has been out of control since he can remember, and there are so many things he would love to forget.
With his tattoos and silver hair Jay-Cee is as hot as the molten bronze he uses for his sculptures and Chris would love to get him in bed. But what Chris really wants is his control. If Jay-Cee would just tell him what to do, Chris’ would gladly do it. But Jay-Cee keeps pushing Chris away.
Life binds them tighter and tighter together, and Chris gets more than he bargained for when the walls of Jay-Cee’s heart come crashing down. Can Chris handle what he’s unleashed? How can they create a sanctuary in this unexpected and off-limits love without their passion burning them both to ash?