Scott Weston’s car is sensible, his suits are bland, and his job is stable but boring. Mundane routine helps keep his anxiety and obsessive tendencies under control. Socializing—especially dating—isn’t on his list of strong skills either, and, made worse with the echoes of his disapproving mother. So he’s content to stay at home with his lists and cleaning and wildlife documentaries, until a one-night stand goes unexpectedly right.
History has taught Devon DuCaine that dating can be uncomfortable, but there’s just something about Scott. He may be the opposite of Devon’s own long-haired, tattooed, free-wheeling spirit but he brings out the nurturer in Devon. Maybe it’s Scott’s surprising fascination with Devon’s motorcycle, or his shy surprise in moments of affection, but there’s more under those sensible suits than meets the eye. The most important person in Devon’s life, his mom, taught him love and compassion and that’s all he wants to share that with Scott.
Their one-night stand turns into a regular thing, but Scott doesn’t trust it to last. He’s pretty sure Devon is hiding something. He’s even more sure that once Devon gets to know him, the attraction will fade. And then there’s his mother. However many sparks fly between them, Devon will have his work cut out to convince Scott they can have their happily ever after.
(This book was first published as 2 short stories, but this new version has double the content from the originals.)
If you’re going to fly into the path of an oncoming hurricane, there’s only one man you want as Captain: ex-Air Force pilot, Rook Terzi. But why would you do ever do such a thing in the first place? This definitely isn’t the smartest decision Rook has ever made, as evidenced by an abrupt landing on the wrong side of Coxa de Peru, but being marooned isn’t all bad. In fact, it would be almost paradise if it weren’t for one particular passenger: YouTube personality and alpha-wannabe, Bryce Norris.
Bryce figures he’s the best choice to take charge of this group of survivors. He’s a paid adventurer, after all. Sure, his production manager usually handles the details, but Bryce does his own stunts, and he’s ready to sacrifice his body in any way necessary. Too bad no one’s asking him to play hero, because he’s well-equipped for the job.
When a crew member’s declining health means they can’t wait for rescue any longer, Bryce and Rook need to stop fighting for dominance and start cooperating on a jungle trek towards civilization. Can their rivalry turn to passion beneath a tropical moon?
Content warning: the author knows nothing about flying a plane except what you learn by sitting in one and has made up her own model of aircraft. If you have any aviation expertise, you’ll probably find this book supremely annoying. Otherwise, suspend your disbelief, buckle in, and let’s take off on what’s sure to be a wild ride.
Imagine being forced to choose between the betrayal of your honor and the death of your most beloved.
Blaze is strong enough to admit that he fears many things, and losing Dylan sits at the very top of that list. As an Alpha, he desires to protect the young man at all costs. However, vampires and goblins sought to tear his world asunder and succeeded in placing him in the worst position imaginable, one where every choice requires a great sacrifice. Thus, he must do the unforgivable to save Dylan’s life— and then he must work tirelessly to tend to his Omega as they are set into a great many trials. But Blaze doesn’t mind a good challenge: all he cares about is protecting Dylan, and he will stop at nothing to right the wrongs of the world.
Love is not a birthright but a miracle of labor and passion.
Dylan is lost and alone. All of his memories are gone. And deep within him, there is a terrible heat that proves to him that he is pregnant— how he was impregnated and who the father is, he knows not. All he wants is for everything to return to normal. If only “normal” was ever a thing with the crew of shifters who find him. An alpha dragon shifter named Blaze catches his eye and soul and offers to help him recover his memories. Yet Dylan feels as if he’s known Blaze from somewhere before and he can sense that his Omega’s soul yearns for Blaze’s touch….
The Dragon’s Dearest Omega is a steamy 60k novel with an HEA, no cliffhangers, and a surprise at the end. It is the second book in the Nightfyre series. Sign up to my newsletter to receive a FREE novel!
Real men, real love, real happy.
Mitch Graham and Karl Hartman are meant for each other – they just don’t know it yet. They’re both gay, middle aged, single, and open to meeting that special someone. Problem is, they never get out of the house!
With Karl working from home, and Mitch’s non-existent social life, it seems unlikely the two will ever meet. When Mitch decides on a whim to visit a new dog park, Karl’s greyhound takes a shine to him and the game is on.
In a sneaky bid to spend more time together, Karl hires Mitch to do some landscaping work on his front yard. It doesn’t take long for something special to grow along with the flowers.
Zac has a secret…and he’s worried about what his husband would think.
When you’ve been married for years, you aren’t supposed to pop up with a new and interesting kink. At least, that’s what Zac keeps telling himself. His husband Hunter is sweet, loving, and understanding, but he hadn’t signed up for anything like what Zac wants to explore.
Zac has a secret…but Hunter isn’t worried…just confused.
Zac is a constant source of surprise and humor for Hunter. But he’s been acting even more interesting than usual, and Hunter has a feeling it’s time to see what his sexy husband is up to. When he begins to understand what Zac is holding back, Hunter has a decision to make.
Two loving men. One big question about what really matters when you’re in love.
Story Contains: M/m sexual content, mild BDSM, spankings, and mild age play
**This story started out as a free short but has since been expanded by over 40k words.**
The Cyclones are more than just a team to me—they’re my family. As captain, I give my all to make sure they’re taken care of. Sure, it doesn’t leave a lot of time for me, but I’ve always been able to ignore my own needs. Until Ryker.
I know he’s all talk. But it’s such dirty, distracting talk that it costs me and my team qualifying points. I shouldn’t let him get to me, but I want him in the worst way, and a hookup at a gaming convention seems as good a place as any to get over him.
But when he earns a spot with the Cyclones, all my hangups over this guy are brought to the forefront, 24/7. I expected to give in to my attraction again, but I never thought he’d become an integral part of my team… and my life.
Beating the Cyclones isn’t just about bragging rights for me. It’s about proving to my dad—and myself—that I’m worth more than the internship he’s oh-so-generously offered me.
There’s only one problem: I’ve been low-key obsessed with their captain, Finn, for the better part of a year. He’s everything I want, and everything I want to be—driven, talented, passionate. He also hates my guts, which honestly only makes me want him more.
But it only takes one insanely hot encounter to tell me I won’t be getting him out of my system anytime soon. And when I finally have the opportunity to join the Cyclones and pursue my dream, the one thing I want most of all is him.
Rivals is the first book in a brand new series! While all these books feature gaming and geekery, you don’t have to be a self-professed gamer to enjoy them. If you like the idea of hot, adorkable nerds falling in love, you’re in the right place.
“No offense, but you haven’t ever written an essay in your life, have you.”
“Some days it feels like I’m just treading water, waiting to drown.”
Reserved, cautious Kieran Lightfoot tries so hard not to make a scene. Constantly dodging the persistent advances of his aggressive ex-boyfriend, he just wants to keep his head down and get out of the funk he’s in, both emotional and financial. A big tutoring job from someone who can actually afford it is just what he needs, but little does he know this client will throw his life into a tailspin.
“I try to make the best of it, but everything familiar about my life is gone now.”
An injury cut David Beauchemin’s pro hockey career short. Freshly “retired” from the NHL, what the hell is he going to do now? He’s had his life planned out since he was a ten-year-old gunning for the pros and now the plan doesn’t apply. Newly arrived in San Diego and clueless about what to make of himself, he decides the best course of action is to go back to school. And the first step toward that is passing the SAT exam.
“Is it normal to feel this protective over someone you just met?”
Kieran is left reeling when someone ransacks his house. He’s rattled and on edge, and to his immense surprise, it’s David who steps up and offers him a place to stay. Which means he has to do the right thing–the professional thing–and put a lid on the feelings David evokes in him. Feelings of safety and security. It’s so inappropriate to fall for a client. And David’s a classical jock. There’s no way he’s into men… right? There’s just no way. Kieran’s never that lucky. But the longer he and David spend together, the more Kieran starts to wonder if maybe finding love is more than a matter of luck.
New Days Dawning is a steamy, standalone gay romance novel with a HEA and no cliffhangers.
College was supposed to be about figuring out careers and goals, not what turned you on in the bedroom.
When a class project pushes a confused Adrian in an interesting new direction, he’s not sure what to do. His focus in college has always been on grades, but he doesn’t know if he’s ready to do what it takes to get an A in his Human Sexuality course.
Watching Adrian stumble into the world of puppy play and kink shouldn’t interest Owen as much as it does. The fact that they don’t really know each other doesn’t matter, not when they’re technically too close to even think about one another that way. But something won’t let Owen walk away from a floundering Adrian.
When an embarrassing situation meets a sarcastic remark, sparks fly in the most unusual way.
Story Contains: Puppy play, and M/M sexual content of a taboo nature that some readers may find objectionable. Please read the sample or check out the authors’ websites for a larger excerpt.
From Book 1: Confidence is a fragile thing, even for immortals… Confidence
After dying at the hands of Ryland Durand, Eli Peckard is thrust into a different universe, one that is familiar to his home of New Orleans, but scary all the same. Battered and bruised from his rough travels, he is accosted, and then rescued by Anasa, an official in The Realm.
Zylen has lived his days in Nouvelle Terre as a Keeper for new fledglings. Being the child of a fallen and a vamp, Zylen still beholds emotions of remorse and empathy for the mentally fragile soul, Eli Peckard, and those feelings transform into something more.
Eli’s insecurities and Zylen’s anxieties over crossing the line of teacher and apprentice might be an obstacle in their budding union. More importantly, Zylen’s instruction for Eli must include lessons that teach the newest souled demon how to survive the final challenge while fighting his own lusty emotions.
WARNING: Potential triggers. Mentions of child abuse and rape. Graphic violence
[Siren Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Fantasy Paranormal Romance, shape-shifter, vampires, M/M, HEA] Jayden knows he’s a monster. The people he killed were horrible, but it didn’t change what he was. And being taken in by Stephan Everwood at fifteen hadn’t changed his homicidal tendencies. Yet ten years later he finds himself struggling to be someone he’s not. Then, despite thinking he lost most of his emotions years ago, Jayden discovers that not only is he not as empty inside as he thought, but that his monster is more present than ever before. Stephan freely admits he has some issues. His self-doubts could be unrelenting and Stephan’s need to fix things tended to go too far. It blinded him to Jayden’s struggles. In the end his refusal to listen to what Jayden was trying to tell him has unfortunate results.
When Stephan finally accepts who Jayden is, he must also face all that he had locked away inside. Their difficulties brought them together. Their love healed them. And when the past tries to tear them apart, their darkness saved them. ** A Siren Erotic Romance