Infectious Love by Aiden Bates
An omega with a mission. An alpha sworn to serve and protect. And an outbreak that will change both of their lives forever.
Dave Stanek has spent the past decade of his life trying to atone for his family’s sins. While his parents bilked thousands out of their life’s savings and tried to bring him into the family business, Dave has built a successful career in medicine as an infectious disease specialist at Silver Oak Medical Center.
Ken Sykora has seen a lot during his time in the Army and during his years on the force. When someone finds a vial at the scene of a meningitis outbreak, he’s obliged to consult with the Infectious Disease Specialist at Silver Oak Hospital.
When Dave is assigned a meningitis case one evening, he finds himself face to face with the most attractive alpha cop he’s ever seen – and neck-deep in a biological terror case.
Ken shares Dave’s attraction, notwithstanding the doctor’s superiority complex. Despite the gravity of the case they’re working, their mutual desire proves too much to contain. But when a night of pleasure leads to unintended consequences, they’ll have to decide if they can overcome their differences and build a life together – while catching a killer.
Overflowing with passionate, explicit scenes of gay alpha/omega mpreg romance, Infectious Love is a 52,000 words and intended for adult readers only.
Fear of Getting Burned by Peter Styles
He’s one hot firefighter who’s afraid to get burned.
When Kyle saves a sexy Jewish man from a fire, things start to really heat up. Growing up with a mother he couldn’t count on, Kyle fears getting too close to someone. But as Kyle and Rick grow closer and their relationship blossoms into something more, Kyle falls for the man who tears down the walls around his heart.
But when they both discover that the innocent fire that engulfed Rick was more deadly than they ever realized, Kyle struggles with the truth. Someone doesn’t condone Rick’s heritage or lifestyle and will stop at nothing until the gay Jewish man is dead.
Now, Kyle is about to get a lesson of his own. With Rick’s bravery and strength guiding him, Kyle learns that true love starts with trust. But can this firefighter fight the fear that’s held him back his entire life?
In this 25,000 word gay romance novel, two men fight the hatred in society that plagues all oppressed groups. But with their own courage and strength, they find a way to battle the fear that stifles them. With steamy scenes and strong sexual content, both men will learn the most important lesson of all: love always wins.
Truly Yours 1: Toby and Dalton by Aria Grace & Chris McHart
Finding a shifter mate is tough. Dalton is open to love, but the few dates he’s been on have been terrible. He’s just about to give up on searching for happiness when a young shifter passes by him, providing hope that maybe this time he’ll find love.
Toby has been hurt one too many times. He always picks the wrong men and doesn’t believe he deserves anything better. When his best friend forces him to check out a shifter matchmaking service, he doesn’t have any hope that things could work out for him. Because, why should Dalton be different than the others?
However, fate knows better. And both men might be in for the shock of their lives.
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.