Raising Wolves by Preston Walker
The fight for love.
The battle for family.
Single, human father of a three-year-old werewolf, Jordan Hacker is in over his head. Determined to protect his daughter Darla, he searches for a way to get her out of the city to keep her safe. But before he can do so, Darla shifts, exposing her secret in front of a stranger.
Outreach leader, Jeffrey has been searching for the little girl shifter–as she is heir to the Alpha Prime. Her sexy and sensitive father has no idea of her heritage. But when Darla bites her father, turning him, it’s up to Jeffrey to protect them all. The heat between Jordan and Jeffrey ignites as the two are forced to work together and trust each other. When their undeniable passion erupts, there’s no turning back. Now, they must find a way to protect Darla and her rights to the throne before it’s too late. Can they find true love while raising wolves together?
In this 75,000 word gay wolf shifter mpreg romance novel, two men fight a mutual enemy while fighting for the true love they’ve always wanted. With steamy scenes and ruggedly hot men, this novel takes you on a journey of pleasure and passion. But when one man discovers he’s pregnant, will he fight for the family his enemy is hellbent on destroying?
Macho by Enrique Cruz
Jared is too young, and I’ve got too much baggage.
Owning Macho is enough, more than enough to keep me busy. I own the gym with my ex, Thorne. He’s Mr. Popular, and I’m the paper-pushing geek stuck in the office.
The first time I saw Jared, he made me smile. His tenacity and will to succeed touched me, and triggered my internal alarm system.
Every time I’ve given my heart away, it’s been scorched. Falling for a young kid like Jared is out of the question.
His sadness draws me in, and I want to protect him from the agony I see hidden behind his innocent, young eyes.
I’ve known that pain myself, and I’ll do anything to help him, except…
Do I have to give him my heart?
Do I even have a choice?
Macho is a May/December romance between two men, Jared and Creed. It is the first book in the Gay RVA Romance series. It’s a standalone story with a HEA, no cheating, and lots of love. Macho has mature themes that include abuse and homelessness.
This is the second edition of Macho, and it’s being re-released with a bonus short story, Hero.
Down On The Farm by Sylvia Violet
Down on the Farm, a sexy, enemies-to-lovers, small town romance, is the first book in the Ames Bridge series.
After quitting his teaching job on the heels of a scandal, Beck Davis moves to the house his grandmother left him in Ames Bridge. He finds the town stifling, but it’s a quiet place to hide while he regroups. Or so he thought.
His neighbor Cal McMurtry shows up, demanding to buy Beck’s land. Cal is as infuriatingly sexy as he was ten years ago when he and his jock friends spent their summers taunting Beck.
Beck expects to hate Cal as he did back then, but Cal isn’t who Beck thought he was: he’s hardworking, passionate about revamping and diversifying his family’s farm, and—far more shocking—he’s gay, and interested in Beck.
But as much as they want each other, Beck has no intention of staying in Ames Bridge, and while Cal is technically out, he refuses to date openly. A real relationship seems doomed from the beginning, but love can be a powerful motivator for those willing to take a chance.
Choice of Cages by Parker Avrile & Alec Stark
Thorne is the talented cat burglar who delights in relieving the wealthy of their fine art and gemstones.
Lane is the kinky prosecutor who’ll do almost anything to avoid sending Thorne to prison.
Even if it means he has to take Thorne’s punishment into his own hands…
They’re on opposite sides of the law, but somehow they can’t stay apart. This standalone gay romance novel includes a stolen painting, a missing gemstone, lemon cookies, and several scenes of steamy BDSM action between two men who can’t help proving that opposites attract.
Safe, sane, consensual. No cheating or cliffhangers. Always a happy ending. 168 pages.
Br0th3rly by Alina Popescu
Tristan’s love life has one simple rule: his brother, Trevor, is off limits.
To fight his relentless love for Trevor, Tristan left for college at sixteen. A new city, building a new life for himself, and making new friends weren’t enough to give up what he considers sick, twisted feelings. Tristan even started an anonymous blog to cope with his love for his older brother. It made him famous on the Internet, but it wasn’t enough to get over his obsession.
Every time he goes home, a quick glance at Trevor brings it all flooding back.
When commitment-phobe Trevor introduces his serious boyfriend on one of Tristan’s rare visits home, things get a whole lot more complicated for the adoring kid brother. How far can Tristan run this time before he runs out of places to hide from his feelings?
Disclaimer: the main characters in the story are not blood relatives, the two boys were only raised as siblings.