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Famous on the Internet by Alina Popescu
From Book 1: 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.
Country Boy by A.E. Wasp
Sometimes the toughest thing to believe in is yourself.
The first time Paul Dyson met Robbie Rhodes, they ended up naked in Robbie’s bed. The last time they met, on the ice the morning after, Paul punched Robbie in the face and called him something he’d rather not repeat.
Two years later, they’re teammates and Paul is so deep in the closet he’ll need a roadmap to find his way out again.
Robbie might be his compass. But to be with Robbie, Paul will have to turn his back on his family and everything he’s ever believed in.
It’s going to take a lot of faith to find their way together in this shiny new world.
Country Boy is a love story about figuring out who you are, who you want to be, and how to get there. It contains sweet hockey plays, a 1976 Corvette Stingray, fancy underwear, and the journey of a lifetime.
Aftercare by Tanya Chris
Aayan Denir knows Garrett Hillier was once a high-powered defense attorney, and—thanks to a leaked photograph—he knows Garrett is sexually submissive, which makes him ideally qualified to defend Aayan’s brother from the charge of murdering his sub. Aayan would do anything to protect Syed, even if he doesn’t understand how Syed could hurt someone he loves. He could never hurt Garrett. He only wants to take care of him—love him, serve him, cherish him. And maybe torture him. Just a little.
Garrett probably shouldn’t be dating his client’s brother. Right? And what’s the use in a confirmed sub dating a guy who doesn’t want to be a Dom anyway? The important thing is to get Syed cleared of the discriminatory murder charge he’s facing. Aayan is a distraction. But for the first time in the three lonely years since Garrett’s husband died, he’s feeling hope, ambition, and desire. Can he give up the pain he craves to find the love he needs?
As Syed’s trial date looms, Aayan and Garrett explore what a BDSM relationship means for them, and what they mean to each other.
Aftercare is a M/M BDSM contemporary romance about Aayan, a Muslim immigrant who’s not sure he can play the Dom role, and Garrett, a submissive attorney who walked away from his life when his husband died. 64,000 words.
The Laconic Lumberjack by Frank W. Butterfield
It’s just another Thursday morning in July of 1953 when the doorbell rings at 137 Hartford Street and it’s bad news.
Carter’s father has been murdered in Georgia and the local sheriff has no intention of finding out who really did it.
So, Nick and Carter borrow the first plane that Marnie, Nick’s amazing secretary, can find for them and they zoom off back into the past to see if they can uncover the truth of what really happened before the wrong man is convicted. And, knowing the lay of the land under the moss-covered oaks, Carter is pretty sure that the color of a man’s skin will figure heavily in who takes the fall.
In The Laconic Lumberjack, the best Nick can do is stand by Carter’s side as he confronts an awful past, uncovers some surprising secrets, and deals with the unsavory reality of small-town hypocrisy.
In the end, Nick and Carter discover more about themselves than they ever expected to find.
The Past Comes Home by Silvia Violet
This second chance, small town romance is the second book in the Ames Bridge series.
Previous Book: Down on the Farm
Twenty years ago, Paxton Marshall realized he liked boys, in particular his brother’s best friend, Brad. Pax now runs a successful art gallery, but he’s never found anyone who stirs his heart the way Brad did.
Brad Watson is back in town for his twentieth high school reunion. However, the celebration of long-ago days is the last thing on his mind. He’s there for one reason: to finally tell Pax how he feels.
Pax is shocked to learn Brad is not only gay but also interested in him. Dating a man in Ames Bridge isn’t as simple as it sound, though. In order to make a relationship work, both men will have to bolster their courage and alter their expectations.
*This book is an expansion of a previously published short story titled Open to the Past. Over 35,000 words have been added.*
Bart Goes To Brentwood by I.M. Flippy
Bart Healey has been chasing his acting dream around Hollywood for eleven years and all he’s got to show for it is an eviction notice. It wouldn’t be so bad if he only had himself to worry about, but back home in Texas, there’s his sister and his mom who never have enough cash to get by. Bart’s right on the verge of giving up the ghost and moving back home when a chance encounter while delivering groceries to one of Hollywood’s biggest names changes everything.
Bart’s had a crush on former child star, former teen heart-throb, and current studio mogul, Robbie Day, since he was a kid, watching his many tragedies unfold across televisions and tabloids. Robbie Day is driven, funny, charismatic, and ravenous for friendship from his lonely mansion up in Mandeville Canyon. When Bart saves Robbie’s life during a particularly dark night of the soul, Robbie is eternally grateful. Of course, Bart has no choice but to fall in love, even against all his best instincts.
Unfair Game by Cecelia Storm
Kyle and his best friend Cade are two professional soccer players at the top of their game; well, until love and lust are thrown into the mix. Cade is one of the most famous athletes in the world, and Kyle has pined over him for years. These two passionate men must navigate team dynamics, family obligations, public opinion, and personal boundaries as they battle to retain their friendship (or something more…) while competing in the international World Cup Finals. Will Cade be able to pursue love in a way he never considered before? Will Kyle be able to keep his burning desire in check as they explore possibilities? Tension between them has never been so high, and it’s only a matter of time before something, or someone, bursts.
My Foreign Relations Box Set: 4 Bisexual Menage Novellets by Julia Hooks
From Book One: Shanghai
Angela has never told her boyfriend, Peter, about her lifelong attraction to Dimitri. She and Dimitri were brought together when they were young, products of different marriages. They’d known each other long enough to be friendly and close, but, as it turns out, not nearly as friendly or close as either of them secretly wanted.
On a trip to visit Dimitri, Angela and Peter are thrown into the glamorous party scene of Shanghai’s wealthy, white-collar upper class. Through a slurry of late nights, intimate conversations, ill-timed morning wood, naughty games, fancy showers, romantic epiphanies, and lustful glances, these three 20-somethings learn about (and feel) far more of each other than they ever could have fantasized.
It’s Complicated Box Set by Cecilia Storm
Tony and Demure find each other when they are young, doe-eyed, and wide open for love. When Tony’s soccer career takes off, how will their fresh relationship cope? Especially when Tony finds a best friend in fellow teammate Adam, because there’s something there Demure can’t quite put her finger on…
It never happened, Adam thinks, looking at the curve of Tony’s mouth. And it’ll never happen, over and over again.”
Tony and Adam’s friendship blossoms over the years, and Demure sees the lust between them written plainly in the fingernail scratches on Tony’s back. Through lies, tears, broken bones, and impending public scandals, this love triangle must discover a way to come together or risk losing everything they have ever loved and worked for.
As Sure As The Sun by Elle Keaton
The universe is trying to tell Sacha Bolic something. A fire escape collapses under him, he lands in crap, and a killer barely misses his target… all in the same few seconds. That’s on top of a long list of mishaps and job dissatisfaction. Not one to ignore signals when they’re shoved in his face, Sacha retires and uses his savings to buy an old building in Skagit, Washington. With a little help from DIY videos, he’s going to bring it back to its former glory. And, yeah, it’s a metaphor. If he makes one change, others will follow…
Seth Culver avoids entanglements, romantic or otherwise. Who needs them? He’s learned the hard way that people betray you or leave. Still, Seth finds people compelling. He kind of collects them, learning their secrets before letting them go their own way. His commitment to no commitments may have met its match in Sacha. Handsome and hot, Sacha seems to offer a permanence that scares Seth more than anything ever has. Seth will have to decide if he’s going to grab life by the balls or keep watching from the sidelines.
A box of inconsequential belongings hidden for decades in the old building hints at lives imagined but not lived, reminding them both there are no guarantees in love, or this thing called life.
A standalone in the Accidental Roots series, HEA, and hot m/m. 18+
Fight For It by A.D. Ellis
Micah is a small-town mechanic with a big-time dream. He’s found his soulmate in high school social studies teacher Coleman Pierce, but while Micah’s out and proud of it, Coleman’s closet door is closed, locked, and welded shut. Stolen nights are all they’ll ever have, unless Micah can find some way to convince Cole that coming out won’t be the end of his dreams.
Cole moved to Blueridge Junction to escape his past. He planned to make himself a new life, far from home and the betrayal he’d suffered there. He wasn’t going to make the same mistakes again, but he didn’t count on meeting Micah, or the intensity of the feelings the man arouses in him.
But Micah is out and Cole… isn’t. And while Micah definitely revs his engines, Cole isn’t going to risk his job or his newly minted future on a relationship that might not work out. When outside forces bear upon the couple, Cole is faced with a decision. Will he keep his secret and risk losing everything, including the man he loves? Or will he stand with Micah and fight for their future?
*Fight For It is a male/male romance meant for ages 18+ due to language, themes, and adult scenes.*
I’ll Be Your Man by Clancy Nacht & Thursday Euclid
Closet bisexual Richard Lynch is a 50-something executive with an ex-wife he’s still hung up on and a son in grad school who only calls when he wants something. In his professional life, Richard’s successful and in control, but his personal life consists of little more than sitting down in front of the television set at seven and being in bed by nine.
Then he meets his son Kyle’s best friend and roommate, Paul Watkins, the handsome gay son of a former rockstar. Richard’s bland, predictable world is thrown into chaos by Paul’s sweetly determined pursuit of him. To some Richard’s new lease on life seems like a mid-life crisis and Paul’s infatuation seems motivated by daddy issues, but to Richard, Paul is his chance to explore a part of himself he’s kept buried all his life. With friends, family, and their pasts threatening to keep them apart, what will it take for each to become the other’s man?
Matching Mates by Bronwyn Heeley
From Book 1: The rules of the game are simple. When the matchmaker matches you, you have twenty-four hours of heat, where only your mate will soothe you. What you choose to do is up to you, but the pain of not consummating those desires with your mate will most likely end in death. You are free to walk away at the end of your time together, but no one said it would be simple to head off home and forget what happened.
Matty was put into a waiter uniform and given a tray. The problem was he didn’t know what it was he was heading into, and what contract he signed for just being there.
A wolf and the night of his life will change Matty forever, as long as he’s brave enough to take what’s on offer and run.
CRASHING HEARTS: The Complete Series by Zane Menzy
3 novels packed with romance, drama and frisky adventures that walk a steamy edge…
Follow Keegan Andrews as he steps into adulthood in heart-hammering fashion by attempting to seduce Damon Harris; an arrogant, sexy womanizer who has done him wrong.
One wild night with a hot straight guy is the stuff of wet dreams for the closeted Keegan, but when that straight guy just happens to be a close family friend… well, that makes things a little tricky. Especially when Damon has his own closet filled with sinful secrets.
What unfolds is a romantic roller coaster, exposing rivalries between friends and unleashing long-suppressed feelings. Keegan is about to learn what happens when you use sex as a weapon; it sends hearts crashing and you never know just where they might end up.
Stronger than Truth by Dakila Reed
There’s no humanity in Liam. Wayne is already seeing the evil truth. Or is there more to it that Wayne is missing?
Regem Wayne lost his fated omega early from the hands of brutality. Determined, he vows to use his strength and expertise in protecting and saving omegas in dire need of help.
Sent to Sierra Via, a nonmember of the Allied Districts, omegas here are still bound to the twisted mentality that they are nothing but sex slaves and properties. Undercover as a security personnel for The Prey Ground, the largest sex brothel in the district, the last thing Wayne’s expecting from his mission is to come face to face with a heartless, evil omega wearing a beautiful face.
Liam— a rare male omega and The Prey Ground’s manager— is the devil in disguise, torturing and humiliating his fellow omegas with menace no known omega has ever possessed.
As Wayne gets into the mission, he hopes to see a glimpse of good and humanity in Liam, any proof that the man is just a pawn in this terrible game.
But as time slips by, Wayne sees the chances are slim. He’s already seeing the evil truth.
Or is there more to it that Wayne is missing?