Sweet Thing by Isobel Starling
French male model Simeon Duchamp has a lot of explaining to do.
Two years after a breakdown Simeon is off drugs and booze and wants to stay that way.
On his road to reclaiming his life and modeling career, Sim first needs to apologize to the man he hurt the most -his ex-best friend and object of his unrequited affection Pieter Bayer. Pieter now has a long-term partner, artist Emily Raven, with whom he shares a baby son. Sim is amazed when Pieter accepts his apology, and invites him into his family.
Closeness to Pieter sees Simeon’s longing for his friend is rekindled. But then, when Simeon meets an attractive older man, Bastian Roth at an Art Exhibition, he realizes that there is a soul more broken than his, and Simeon feels compelled to help. Simeon’s connection with the troubled Bastian Roth turns his world upside down. He has to decide whether to allow himself to fall for the man who wants him or pine for the man he can never have.
***THIS BOOK CAN BE READ AS A STANDALONE***
Please note: This story contains graphic descriptions of gay sex. (Yay!)
Mission Primal by Parker Skye
Ben’s not gay and Adam’s human. When their path’s cross during Ben’s first mission away from his wolf pack, their fates become irreversibly connected for better or worse.
Adam Harris is a surly young loner set to graduate high school in just a few short months. He has big plans for his future, none of which include falling in love. He’s got too much baggage to trust anyone with his heart. All he wants is to leave his current life behind and never look back.
Ben Sterling is a perfect little werewolf soldier, sent blindly on his first mission by his alpha. After meeting his target, however, he develops torn loyalties and struggles to choose the right path. Should he honor his alpha by completing his mission or protect Adam against the forces fighting to tear him apart? A near death experience may make the choice for them.
This book contains MM romance between fated mates, werewolf shifters mixing with human teenagers, and explicit sex scenes with a true fairy tale ending. There are some scenes of domestic violence (alcoholism and child abuse) that may be disturbing for some readers. Not intended for readers under 18.
The debut novel from Parker Skye, Mission Primal, Book One in the Men of the Pack / Silver Moon Pack series, is a new edition to the great MM paranormal romance tradition of Kiki Burrelli, Kian Rhodes, and Noah Harris.
Something About Him Box Set by AD Ellis
This series is only for readers who can handle real men in real situations, a rollercoaster of emotions, hot, sexy romance, and steamy love between two guys. If you want neat, clean, and perfect love, these books are not for you. But, if you like your characters REAL and their HEA’s hard-won, then you DEFINITELY want to check out this series.
Real-life gay romance that keeps you coming back for more.
*Bryan & Jase is a military, gay-for-you romance with a single daddy doing the best he can.
*Brody & Nick is a story as old as time. Marriage of convenience, friends-to-lovers, and a guy who needs to pull his head from his ass.
*Barrett & Ivan is a May/December, friends-to-lovers, second chance romance.
*Braeton & Drew is an opposites attract story that will make you think differently about stairwells.
*Ryker & Gavin is a May/December, forbidden love romance.
*Kade & Cameron is a first-time-gay, out-for-you, friends-to-lovers, hurt/comfort story.
A Love of War by Louise Ripley
At fifteen, Liam Ashley joins the Confederate Army in the Civil War to prove his manhood and forget a terrible childhood filled with abuse and punishment. He is unaware of his sexual orientation, or of his early suffering, but he knows he is different from the boys with whom he grew up.
Liam leaves the infantry to join Jeb Stuart’s cavalry. Stuart becomes his commanding officer and Liam’s role model for what men ought to be.He admires Stuart’s manliness, his confident attitude and demeanor, and covets his long elegant boots and cavalry coat. Stuart is baffled by Liam’s behaviour as Liam tries to provoke Stuart into the only kind of relationship with a man that Liam understands. Liam’s admiration for Stuart turns to a fierce desire for which he has no understanding or control.
Their Own Hidden Island by Frank W. Butterfield
Monday, March 17, 2003
Dr. Robert Jenkins is nervous. He’s been asked to meet with the two richest gay men in the world. They’re a couple, in their early 80s, and they have a very important task for Bob: head out to the South Pacific and discover why a coral reef is dying.
On the way, Bob meets Mario Ossler who’s the skipper of a boat that will take him on the last leg of his long journey to the middle of nowhere. Mario has beautiful green eyes, wildly untameable red hair, and an erratic personality to match his sexy good looks. Bob is leery of working with the big man who, at first, seems to be nothing more than an over-sensitive bully.
Just as they arrive at their dropping-off point, they discover that a typhoon is bearing down on their location. Deciding to ride out the storm in the harbor of an uncharted island, Bob is forced to deal with painful memories from not only his past but from Mario’s as well.
Once the storm passes, the island begins to reveal its hidden secrets and turns out to be where real love finally finds a place in Bob’s life and in his heart and in a way that is beyond what he ever imagined possible.
Storm Season by Elle Keaton
They say you can’t go home again, Adam Klay doesn’t intend to until the death of his father, a famous artist, forces his return to Skagit, Washington. Cleaning up his father’s chaotic life was never on Adam’s bucket list. Worse, Adam finds himself inexplicably drawn to the elusive, terminally-clumsy, gorgeous, Micah Ryan. No way is he getting involved with someone from his hometown, he’s always insisted the best view of Skagit was in his rearview mirror.
Micah Ryan has been coasting on auto-pilot since his family was killed in a car accident a decade earlier. He runs a web business and has an irritable cat. He hardly leaves his house, unless it is for his afternoon espresso. His world tips upside down when Adam Klay rolls into town. For the first time in years, he feels alive. Unfortunately, Micah’s return to the living has been noticed and is not appreciated.
Someone has a secret. Someone is exploiting the vulnerable youth population in Skagit. Teenagers are disappearing, young women turning up dead, the dirty secrets of Skagit are surfacing.
Damage Control Lynn Van Dorn
Everything to lose.
Tyler’s worked hard to kick the dust of the Chicago suburbs off his heels and move on with his life as Hollywood’s newest up-and-comer, burying his demons and hiding his scars from the world. Just as everything seems to be going his way, a scandal from his past threatens everything he’s worked for. Now he’s stuck back home, where his family of lawyers can maybe help sink the scandal and find out who’s behind it.
Afraid to love.
Josh doesn’t know what to think when his ex’s little brother falls into his arms, other than that Tyler is trouble with a capital T. But when Tyler’s publicist suggests that an adoring fake boyfriend might be just the ticket to saving Tyler’s acting career, Josh doesn’t mind playing along. It’s not like he has anything else going on, and faking a relationship with someone you’ve known your entire life can’t possibly be that difficult.
A second chance for two damaged hearts.
Now they’re stuck together for the foreseeable future, and neither can deny their mounting attraction. Why should they? They’re supposed to be in love, at least out in public. But in private, when no one is watching, Tyler and Josh grow closer in a way that has nothing to do with their agreed upon arrangement. What do they do when make-believe becomes real, and how can two men with such different lives have a shared future?
Damage Control is a steamy, stand-alone gay romance with no cliffhanger and a HEA.
Travel and Spice by Alina Popescu
Famous travel blogger returns home to have his life thrown off balance by his high school crush.
Dante Sandford is at the top of his game. He’s paid to travel the world and share his spicy stories on his blog. He’s still young, gorgeous, and confident. When Dante’s high school reunion knocks on his door, he’s reminded of everything he’s lacking. More so when his old crush, Tommy Clancy, makes a pass at him. Or when the hot romance blows in Dante’s face because of his lifestyle.
Tommy has always been the hottest man in Riverbrook. Possibly the world. He’s stunning, smart, and the kindest soul Dante has ever known. He’s also read Dante’s blog along with all his steamy encounters. No wonder Tommy doesn’t trust Dante for anything more than a casual hookup.
Dante returns to hometown Riverbrook to face his past of bullying and feeling like a misfit. He instead ends up dealing with the reality of being a travel blogger: relationships are close to impossible. That won’t stop Dante from trying to convince Tommy his short-lived flings are not by design.
Taste On My Tongue by Beth Bolden
Almost pop-star Landon Patton has just turned a corner on the worst two years of his life: dropped by his label and dumped by his ungrateful ex-boyfriend. However, his new agent’s brilliant plan for Landon’s superstardom doesn’t have anything to do with his music – it’s called Kitchen Wars, and it’s the hottest new reality show on TV.
Landon wishes he could have nothing to do with it.
Since the first morning he mixed flour and water, Quentin Maxwell knew he wanted to be a baker. After becoming the pastry chef at a popular LA bakery, anyone else might be satisfied. But Quen wants to call his own shots. Going on Kitchen Wars to win the money for his own bakery seems like a huge risk, but maybe it’s worth it.
They’re an unlikely pair. Landon can’t even figure out how to turn an oven on, while Quentin makes his living with one. But with each passing week on Kitchen Wars, they discover what a great team they make – on set, off set, and between the sheets.
Winning should be everything, but what happens when the tastiest pairing is their own?
Taste on my Tongue is a 80,000 word standalone gay romance featuring two men falling adorably in love, reality TV shenanigans, and too much food porn. Don’t read hungry!
Shadow Ranch by Robin Covington
Returning to the ranch where your mother killed your father is nobody’s idea of fun but Eli Sutherland didn’t have anywhere else to go. When the welcome wagon delivers a concussion and a dead body to his farm, sexy Texas Ranger Shep Lockwood is the only good thing about making the move to middle of nowhere Texas.
The Easy Way by May Archer
Camden Seaver had it easy – a loving family, plenty of money, and the freedom to follow his dreams while his older brother, Sebastian, took charge of the family business. But when a tragic plane crash killed his parents, all the responsibilities he never wanted landed firmly on his shoulders. Now saddled with his crazy, grief-stricken brother and his dad’s multimillion dollar company, Cam doesn’t trust in dreams anymore. He’s forgotten what “easy” feels like.
FBI Agent Kendrick “Cort” Cortland learned the hard way that he couldn’t depend on anyone but himself. Before joining the FBI, the one constant in his life was his foster brother, Damon – and then Damon disappeared. Now, Cort is determined to find his brother and to bring down the man responsible for ruining Damon’s life, Sebastian Seaver. He’s got nothing left to lose.
When Cort’s investigation leads him to Seaver Tech…and Camden Seaver…what started as a quest for revenge and a one-night deception quickly turns into far more than either man bargained for. But how can either man trust in something that seems so easy? As long-held secrets are revealed, the attraction between Cam and Cort becomes combustible – an undeniable love that will either make or destroy them. Will Cam and Cort let their conflicting loyalties drive them apart? Or will they decide that sometimes love is the easy way?