The Billionaire’s Son by Clancy Nacht & Thursday Euclid
Reckless and handsome Dane Peters is a good-for-nothing trust fund baby: listless, indecisive, and better known on campus for being a wild ride than a smart student. Desperate to stay in college and out of the real world, Dane changes his major once again—this time to English, whose department dean is a Peters family friend.
To keep party boy Dane on the straight and narrow, the dean assigns penniless lit geek and grad student Hugh Halberstadt to mentor Dane so he can graduate and take his place as heir to the family empire. Unfortunately for everyone, Dane isn’t ready to grow up, and as much as the reserved Hugh wants to help, Dane could be a dangerous distraction from the thesis paper Hugh can’t afford to put off.
Awkward with their growing affection, the pair are forced to contend with their radically contrasting lifestyles as the end of semester—and Christmas—approaches.
Will Hugh teach Dane to be a responsible adult? Can Dane convince Hugh that spontaneity and fun aren’t a bad thing? Will this odd couple overcome their differences, or will the end of the semester be the end of their time together?
Changing Majors: The Billionaire’s Son features a sexy screw-up bisexual avoiding adulthood by any means necessary, a brainy Bronte-obsessed bookworm struggling to make his immigrant mom proud, an impromptu runaway horseback ride, a surprise Christmas gift to swoon for, and a relationship that shouldn’t work combined with chemistry that just won’t quit.
75K New Adult, Opposites Attract: Badboy/Nerd, MM Romance
Daring The Neighborhood by Jaylen Florian
Neighborhood men getting together for a game of night basketball expect just another friendly competition. Nude modeling is the furthest thing from their minds.
But amidst all of the bravado and trash talking, one player proposes raising the stakes. His dare is simple. The winning team splits a cooler full of beer, while the losing teammates pose in the buff for his “Masculinity and Tenderness” fine art painting series.
Three men, convinced they will triumph, are not expecting any shocking adventures. Vance is a confident young police officer with a robust libido. Mike is a 30-year-old businessman with an athlete’s body and a private jacuzzi. Weston, the manager of an electronics store, considers himself homely and sees nothing special in his unique facial features.
“Daring the Neighborhood” is a work of gay fiction (a novelette, 9,500 words) with erotic content intended only for mature audiences. It is the third book in the Men of Rugged Heights series and can be read as a stand-alone story or as part of the series.
Behind These Doors by Jude Lucens
Lucien Saxby is a journalist, writing for the society pages. The Honourable Aubrey Fanshawe, second son of an earl, is Society. They have nothing in common, until a casual encounter leads to a crisis.
Aubrey isn’t looking for love. He already has it, in his long-term clandestine relationship with Lord and Lady Hernedale. And Lucien is the last man Aubrey should want. He’s a commoner, raised in service, socially unacceptable. Worse, he writes for a disreputable, gossip-hungry newspaper. Aubrey can’t afford to trust him when arrest and disgrace are just a breath away.
Lucien doesn’t trust nobs. Painful experience has taught him that working people simply don’t count to them. Years ago, he turned his back on a life of luxury so his future wouldn’t depend on an aristocrat’s whim. Now, thanks to Aubrey, he’s becoming entangled in the risky affairs of the upper classes, antagonising people who could destroy him with a word.
Aubrey and Lucien have too much to hide—and too much between them to ignore. Rejecting the strict rules and closed doors of Edwardian society might lead them both to ruin… but happiness and integrity alike demand it.
An Edwardian polyamorous romance
Immortals by Michael Mandrake
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
Breakable Faith: A Winter Romance by Michael Mandrake
One night equals a test of faith for Father Lance…
Trouble always finds Mateo and he’s succumbed to it several times with or without help. However, after running with the wrong kinds of people, he’s decided to turn a new leaf. His attention to detail lands him a job as a tattoo artist, making people’s dreams come true through body art. With this steady gig and his grandmother’s support, Mateo is convinced he can live mostly anxiety free.
Father Lance has always suppressed his needs to care for others. The older alpha is Vale’s most handsome and available bachelor, but Lance has no interest in hooking up. Instead, he puts all his energies into his church. Although loneliness is a constant partner, Lance refuses to let it stand in the way of his goal.
One wintery night, Lance spots a man in need of assistance and immediately calls for help. Despite Lance’s instincts crying out to the victim, he ignores those desires.
As he’s being rushed to the emergency room, Mateo feels his destined mate near. Once he recovers, he’s determined to find his forever partner to build the relationship that will stabilize the young omega’s life.
Warning: On page violence and a near death experience. This story is set in an omegaverse with the possibility of male pregnancy.
Breakable Faith is the eighth book in a multi-author series about Vale Valley, a small town open to everyone in need of love and a home. This story features a tattooed omega that has the hots for the priest. Naughtiness and general unholy thoughts are the running theme in this book. Be prepared to clutch your rosary and have a fan nearby.
Plus Ones by Hank Edwards
Each time Paul and Evan meet at another same-sex wedding, they’re interested…but the timing is always wrong because one of them is involved with someone new. They try to make do by falling in and out of the beds of several different men as they search for their own Mr. Right, and along the way, they learn new skills, like the secrets to Tantric sex, or the moves required to succeed at lube wrestling.
Yet all through the hot summer months, they flirt and eye each other by the buffet tables and open bars of reception halls crowded with men, even though they never get a chance to take their relationship to the next level. When the summer draws to a close and their two best friends are about to marry, the stars might finally align for Paul and Evan. They might just get to be each others’ forever ‘plus one’.
The Prince and the Bodyguard by HJ Perry
“I like my men available now and gone in the morning.”
Currently in personal security, Oscar sees his future as forever closeted and single.
His lovelife can never be more than a series of hookups with men who want the same. No repercussions and no emotional involvement.
Definitely not a client.
But it’s lust at first sight when he meets the ultimate temptation, HRH Prince Tobias.
Oscar was supposed to be guarding that body not getting to know it better.
For a week.
“Seducing the bodyguard was easy. Moving on and forgetting about him was impossible.”
Toby can’t stop thinking about his first time with a man.
The instant attraction between him and the gorgeous bodyguard was impossible to ignore.
With his anything’s-possible attitude, Toby can only see why they should be dating.
In this sizzling high-heat romance two men reassess what they want in their futures.
Among other things this high-heat, low- angst book features:
* Two men in their thirties.
* A bisexual prince charming.
* A temporary secret boyfriends arrangement.
* The International Year for Indigenous Languages.
* A Cornish pasty.
* A very romantic happy ever after.
Approx 50,000 words.
Standalone novel, there is no cliffhanger, no cheating, and there is a happy ending.
Remember Me, Omega by Lorelei Hart & Summer Chase
A few words can change everything: Remember Me, Omega.
I loved being a parent. But now that my son is moving away from home, I’m recapturing my identity as the strong, intelligent, determined, and fun omega I used to be—and to follow my artistic dreams.
But the last thing I expect is to reconnect with my high-school sweetheart.
We loved each other from the moment we met, but were separated before we could fully explore our feelings for each other. But now that my son is interning at his tech company, he’s doing everything he can to pick up where we left off.
He never forgot me. And I remember him.
When I learn I’m pregnant, we’ll have to decide if a shared dream is enough to build a future together.
Remember Me, Omega is a super-sweet, romantic, steamy standalone romance that brings the knotty heat, perfect for readers who love stories with second chances, beautiful dreams between two men, male pregnancy, cute babies, and amazing HEAs.
Mistletoe at Midnight by Hank Edwards
Dustin isn’t looking forward to the city’s Christmas Ball since his ex broke up with him just before last year’s Ball. But when he meets a handsome piano player, a glimmer of hope sparks within Dustin. Maybe this Christmas Eve will turn out much better than the last.
A Gift for Greg by Hank Edwards
Light your yuletide log and spike your eggnog, Hank Edwards has three Holiday themed flash fiction stories that will put some Christmas in your carols this season. Take a seat by the fire and read about unexpected reunions, cowboys getting back in the saddle… with each other, and a hot–and flexible–mall Santa!
Seeking Warmth by Brigham Vaughn
Benny Fuller is on his way to rock bottom. He’s seventeen, fresh out of juvie, homeless, and desperate to find a job. His dad’s in jail and his drug-addicted mom is in no shape to take care of his sick sister, Angel. A run-in with his ex-boyfriend, Scott Sullivan, makes Benny feel even worse. He’s a thief with no future. Scott is smart, with plans for college and a great future ahead of him. Benny knows Scott can do so much better than him. Because no matter how hard Benny tries, he can’t seem to find a job or a way to take care of Angel.
The further Benny falls, the more he needs Scott’s help. Benny will have to let go of his pride and trust Scott and the Sullivan family in order to get the Christmas miracle Benny and Angel so desperately need.
Reader Advisory: This is an older (15+) YA story with themes of homelessness, drug use and prostitution (off-page), neglect of minors, and foster care.
Sanguine by R. Phoenix
In the epic conclusion of the Fate of the Fallen series, the stage has been set for a revolution. After the Council’s lack of reaction to the assassination of one of their own, the rebels grow bolder — and if they truly allow supes to join their ranks, they might be able to achieve the impossible. Hope has been rekindled, and nowhere has it been stronger than with the son of the former rebellion leader, Noah Franklin. Will he and Khaz throw in for more than a night, or will they choose to isolate themselves from what might still be a futile cause?
Reese’s allegiance to Elias Ivers has compromised his own desires to aid the rebellion, along with his disapproval of their “take no prisoners” approach. He and his claimed humans, Ashton and Leo, have different agendas, but can they come together in a time of need?
Newly-ascended Elder Elias Ivers has a target on his back — and it’s not only from sympathizers and rebels. Even those amongst his own ranks are loath to accept him, and he finds that taking control is not as easy as he’d thought. With his werewolf pet, Jace, at his side, can he show the Council what it truly is to rule?
Humans have fought for a decade to regain their freedom, and now, the time has come to reclaim it. The restlessness and strife among the vampires, witches, and werewolves who rule over humanity leaves them a unique opening… if they can only figure out how to take advantage of it.
Jingle Spell by Chris Ethan
It’s the most horrible time of the year!
Smooches under mistletoes and tacky decorations. Christmas makes Davey sick.
His heart’s been broken one too many times. And he has had enough.
When he decides he’s done getting attached and falling in love, Avery steps into his life.
But can an online date turn into anything more than just a hook-up?
And will Davey risk to offer up his heart—one last time?
A sweet romance by Chris Ethan, author of The Guy With The Suitcase.
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The Guy with the Suitcase by Chris Ethan
When you live on the streets, love is the last thing on your mind.
But what if it could save your life?
Pierce is homeless.
Young and strong-willed, he has been living in the streets of New York City for six months. But now, the winter is fast approaching. If he doesn’t find a job, he doesn’t know how much longer he has left.
Rafe is sick.
Impressionable, but far from innocent, Rafe ran away from home a year ago. Now, nights of paid passion are the only shelter from the imminent New York winter. But no one can help with his declining health. And if he can’t afford his medication, he doesn’t have long to live.
In a moment of weakness, Rafe does the unthinkable. But it will have longer lasting effects than he first thought…
Because fate keeps bringing the two boys back together.
Can they put their troubled first encounter behind them and face the world as one?
Or will real life bring them to their knees?
Caution: Contains adult language, sexual tension, stubborn brutes and swoon-worthy romance.
Don’t miss Pierce and Rafe’s incredible story.
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A Hometown Holiday by K. Evan Coles
Life in a college town suits Josh Cassidy. He has good friends and neighbors, and the bookshop café he runs with his family is thriving. As the winter holidays begin, Josh finds himself enamored with police officer, Alex Curiel, an old friend who has recently moved back to town. The trouble is, Alex isn’t ready for the world to know he’s attracted to men.
At Alex’s request, Josh agrees to closet their relationship, but the secrecy quickly becomes a burden. When Josh realizes he is falling for Alex, he has more and more trouble denying his feelings. Soon, both men are forced to decide if hiding behind closed doors is the kind of future they’re looking for.
A Taste of Agapi by Chris Ethan
Jimmy has a secret.
But when he meets Ren, he can no longer hide it.
Ren is an adventurous comic-book nerd.
He transfers to Thessaloniki, Greece in an attempt to find his place in the world.
What he gets is more than just an escape from his academic family.
Jimmy is a hard working man.
After losing his mother, he has put his heart and soul into finishing his studies and helping his dad through his financial difficulties.
When he is introduced to Ren, Jimmy initiates him into the coffee-and-chill culture of his Greek city.
But something awakens in both of them.
Something neither can tame.
Can the two boys be more than just friends?
And what is that feeling called? That feeling they can’t seem to shake off?
A Taste of Agapi is a sweet, low-angst, coming-out romance with some swearing, a little bit of geekiness, a lot of Greek culture and a happy ever after.
Grab your copy today and find out what Agapi means!