A Reverie of Flames (The Fae Souls Book 3) by Cailee Francis
A Reverie of Flames is the new, spell-binding third installment of ‘The Fae Souls’ series.
Born again into the mortal world, I’d hoped to escape the war between light and dark fae. I wasn’t alone – Sorcha (my love) and Princess Saphira of the seelie (who we were sworn to protect) were with me. Rings gifted by Queen Carisse of the seelie ensured we were born in the same timeframe and we’d remain together. More than chance brought us to the city of Grayhaven. It was magic and destiny.
Sorcha had returned to my life the day she saved me from an unseelie attack; that was when my memories had come flooding back. Now I found myself regaining my awareness of who I was and discovering how serendipitous fate can be at bringing you to the right place at just the right time.
In the unique position of remembering our fae origins, Sorcha – now Angelica, a white witch who opposed unseelie interests in the city, and I had a lot to catch up on. As she brought me up to speed, I realised the depth of my feelings for her, and that I wanted to continue our romance into this, our next lifetime.
Princess Saphira was reborn as Ayla: my sister. Now an 18 year old student and budding witch, she was a prime target for the unseelie who sought to overthrow the seelie royal family. We had to protect her, and Angelica and I would do our best to ensure she stayed safe.
A Reverie of Flames is a romantic urban fantasy novella of just over 20,000 words, which contains strong steamy content and language.
Darke Accused: A Darke and Flare Mystery by Parker Avrile
An FBI agent goes undercover to catch a thief who turns out to be too hot to handle.
Darke Davis destroyed evidence to give his partner-in-crime time to flee with thirty-nine million dollars— and Special Agent Flare Greene is determined to get that money back. Hooking up with Darke at a popular gay roadhouse seems like a brilliant way to insinuate his way into Darke’s life.
Flare didn’t plan on the two of them stumbling over a body and finding themselves on the run from charges of first-degree murder. It’s the perfect opportunity to bond with Darke, but if they can’t work together to solve these crimes, they may find themselves locked up together for longer than just one night.
This 72,000-word romantic suspense mystery novel includes a troubled ex-cop, an undercover FBI agent, and a gay wedding resort town full of secrets beneath the cupcakes. This novel features gay male/male romantic and sexual relationships in a modern out-and-proud setting.
No cliffhangers, and you may expect the killer to find justice. However, because Darke and Flare are at the beginning of their journey together, they reach a happy for now ending with relationship challenges remaining ahead of them.
Guarding His Desires by Jaylen Florian
A talented artist and a savvy bodyguard go on the run with an MMA fighter after he is ambushed by a cleverly disguised stranger during a one-night stand.
To ever be safe again, Zachary must evade capture, discover who is hunting him, and determine who betrayed him.
Are his ruthless pursuers after revenge or ransom? Or are they seeking to destroy his soaring mixed martial arts fighting career?
Zachary is on the run with two thoughtful young men — Aleksey, his loyal bodyguard, and Gustavo, a promising artist with a collapsing career.
By inadvertently interrupting a clandestine criminal encounter, Gustavo appears to have acquired “the clairvoyant cobra” — the fabled and long lost bejeweled wand from Hollywood’s legendary Silent Era. Burdened with priceless treasure, Gustavo must decide where the riches belong and act before the jewels are re-captured by malevolent hands.
During their shocking missions each man grapples with life decisions about his career, home, and, most importantly, his personal fulfillment.
Zachary is adamant about forsaking romance until he concludes his sports career. He tries to resist the earnest charm of the young man falling in love with him.
“Guarding His Desires” contains passionate and romantic themes intended for mature audiences. It is a stand-alone novel featuring recurring characters in Jaylen Florian’s “Passionate Security Series.” (You can begin the series with this book. The books do not need to be read in a specific order.)
His Biggest Secret by Xander Collins
Sometimes the biggest secret is the one we keep from ourselves.
Tough beta cop, Mark, wakes one morning with a hangover and some very vague memories of the previous night. One of those memories is something that Mark believes can’t be possible.
He sees a flash in his mind of his best friend, Landon, who also happens to be his partner at work. Someone he’s always had a crush on. The thing that Mark can’t believe is what Landon is doing in that memory. And why Landon doesn’t have any clothes on.
It isn’t until Landon brings up the event that Mark realizes what is happening to him. For the last forty years, young beta men have been turning into omegas. Some as late as their twenties.
Mark is filled with shame when he realizes that’s what’s happening. He went into heat. He threw himself at his partner. He’s now an omega.
And he’s carrying Landon’s baby.
Mark’s whole world comes unraveled as he struggles with the changes his body is going through, as well as the changes in his perception of the world around him. He’s no longer the tough beta cop he thought he was, but Mark starts to realize what true strength really is.
His Biggest Secret is a friends-to-lovers novella of 37k words with some bad language, hot sexy times, exciting and suspenseful moments, and a super cute baby to cuddle and tickle. It is intended for readers over the age of 18.
Out Of The Ocean by Lynn Michaels
Shipwrecked, fighting for their lives, and finding unexpected love…
Cal Bigsby spent his life working the fishing boats and ignoring who he really is and what he needs to be happy.
Prescott ‘Scott’ Vandenburton is being primed to take over Daddy’s company, but he craves a life of his own. His only escape is sailing his yacht.
When a freak storm hits, both are forced to think about life from a whole new perspective.
River Home by Elle Keaton
If you don’t know what you want, would you recognize it if you found it?
Miguel Ramirez is the definition of pochos; a half-breed-white-washed Mexican–American who doesn’t speak Spanish (also unapologetically bisexual). Three years ago he arrived in Skagit a broken man having barely managed to escape an abusive relationship. Slowly, he’s rebuilt his life. He’s tried hard to discard his deepest desires and be happy with what life has doled out. Family feels out of his grasp, no one really wants to keep a stray after all. Except, maybe, a red-haired stranger with a galaxy of freckles covering his face who seems to encompass everything Miguel’s learned to avoid.
Nate Richardson; focused, solid, reliable, career-minded, Federal Agent. No time for relationships outside of work. Then he runs into Miguel with his crazy green eyes, rakish smile and outrageous sense of humor. Nate starts thinking about Miguel as more than just another guy. Nate was sure he didn’t care about sex and didn’t believe in love…he’d never met Miguel Ramirez before.
Things quickly heat up between Nate and Miguel. Crime is heating up in Skagit as well. Nate is sidelined when the case he is working on reaches a frustrating standstill. In the meantime, unnerving incidents transpire, some literally on Nate’s doorstep. Will outside forces—or their own baggage—keep Miguel and Nate apart? What exactly is family, and can Miguel and Nate make one of their own?
Spring Break by Elle Keaton
Sometimes a guy needs a break. Carroll Weir got one–but it wasn’t what he expected.
All he dreams of is escaping dreary, damp Skagit, WA, for a warmer climate. Instead, Federal Investigator Carroll Weir is assigned to a cross-agency case involving geoduck smugglers and a very dead Fish and Wildlife Detective.
Sterling Bailey, the regular bartender at the Loft, likes to think of his customers and employees as family since he doesn’t have one of his own. Exhausted and tense, Carroll Weir wanders in one night and one thing leads to another. All in a night’s work, right?
Who murdered Fish and Wildlife Detective Peter Krystad? Does the killer have Weir in his sights? Things begin to heat up between them but Sterling and Weir will have to move past their personal history in order to change the course of their future.
The spark burning between them is hot enough to scald unless they’re careful somebody’s going to get burned.
*HEA No cliffhanger
*Intended for a mature audience, 18+
The ‘True Love’ Solution by Julie Bozza
Jules Madigan loves his family and he loves his job. The only thing he’s missing out on is a Happy Ever After, like the ones written by his favourite romance author Ewan Byge. While he’s waiting for that HEA, Jules indulges himself in buying Ewan’s old typewriter as memorabilia – before realising he’s been defrauded. Through the fraud case, he makes friends with Police Constable Leonard Edgar – and through Leonard, Jules even gets to meet and work with Ewan Byge Himself! But the course of True Love never did run smooth, and soon Jules has to face some harsh realities.
Taking Control Of My Werewolf by Bronwyn Heeley
Can a man create a new life in a town filled with werewolves?
Eamon is lost. After the loss of his husband, his life became a shell of itself. His only hope was fixing up his husband—uh, late husband’s—family home. What he didn’t expect was what he was about to find, and how it would change his life forever, if Eamon is willing to let go of the past and embrace the new life he was being given.
All Chris wanted was someone to see him, love him, but will any of that be achievable when Eamon’s destiny is more than either of them could possibly compete with?
Previously published, freshly re-written, reordered and lengthened
Series trigger warning: contains graphic violence/death, graphic sex and may have scenes depicting violence of children
Out For Spring Break by Avery Ford
Jay hasn’t been out long and has messed around with a couple of guys, but hasn’t really done much besides that. He’s booked a gay cruise as a way to go far away from where anyone knows him or where anyone might see him, and just be his nerdy self.
It’s really far out of his comfort zone, but maybe that’s what he needs in order to cut loose and start living a little. Maybe he’ll even talk himself into hooking up with some guy there. On a ship full of gay guys, surely he’s got a shot with someone, right?
College jock, Tyler, won two tickets to a cruise. A gay cruise. He’s not out – not even fully come to terms with his sexuality yet. He’s pretty sure he’s bi. He’s definitely attracted to guys, but has only been sexually active with girls.
So, he hasn’t given friends and family any details of this cruise, just that he’ll be gone over Spring break. On the inside, he’s anxious but excited for his chance to finally at least have the opportunity to do something with a guy. Nobody will know or care – and if he doesn’t follow through with it, at least he’s still going to be on a cruise. It can’t be that bad.
When Jay and Tyler meet, sparks fly between them. Neither were expecting such a connection…but when the cruise comes to an end, will either of them have the courage to face their true feelings? Or will it just end up being nothing more than a Spring fling?
This is a steamy, standalone MM contemporary book – enjoy!