As his muscular, submissive boys grow more confident, Dare couldn’t be more proud of them. Each step they take brings them all closer together and gives Dare glimpses of the family they’ll become. They just have a few hurdles to get over first, like the fact that his boys need to move and that they aren’t exactly forthcoming with what they want from a Dom or a boyfriend. Dare isn’t worried, though. He’s seen the way they look at him and each other. That much love and tenderness means nothing can stand in their way.
Scott and Ryan know that relying on Dare to give them the push they need might not be the best idea, but they can’t help looking at him for guidance as they figure out what submission means to them. As their Dom, he’s the natural person to lead them through the start of their new relationship, but they both know eventually they’ll have to start opening up and letting their Dom know exactly what they want…his love and domination.
Story Contains: M/M/M sexual content, mild BDSM, teasing, two hunky submissives, and one twink Dom
Goddess-blessed Owen Honeyfield is destined to enjoy perfect good fortune. The arrival of handsome and eligible Tom Drake in his country town appears to be the latest manifestation, and Tom’s whirlwind proposal is the fulfillment of Owen’s desires. When his betrothal takes a disastrous turn, Owen is left heartbroken and at the mercy of Arthur, Tom’s disapproving elder brother. His reputation ruined and his bright future shattered, Owen must choose between loneliness and a marriage of convenience, with love no longer in reach.
Not So Nice (Not So Series Book 2) by Misha Horne
“I do not have feelings for Damon Price.”
Not the kind he wants me to, anyway. Just because I agreed to stick around for now doesn’t mean I’m interested in more than just a good time. This is still purely physical, no matter what he thinks.
Yeah, I like how possessive he is. But I’d rather break his rules than follow them. And I like how demanding he is. But only when it comes to the bedroom. If he expects things to be different now, just because I maybe, sort of like him a little, he doesn’t get me as well as he claims to.
I know exactly what I need my life to be like to keep from going off the deep end. I need to be in charge. I need to be in control. Even when I’m on my knees. Maybe I had a moment of weakness and let things get personal. Maybe it even felt good. But I never wanted that before, and I’m not going to let him change me.
I don’t do boyfriends. I don’t date. And I sure as hell don’t sleep over. I’d like to see him try and make me.
“I do not have feelings for Josh Holloway.”
I shouldn’t, anyway. Not if I had any self respect. But apparently, when it comes to him, there’s a lot more I want than just a good time. Even if I’m not sure why.
Yeah, I like how obnoxious he is. Even if it makes me want to smack him. And I like how he’s up for anything, anytime, anywhere. As long as it’s physical. But if he thinks I’m going to let him keep me at arm’s length much longer, he’s sorely mistaken.
My last couple years have been hell. When I wasn’t barely hanging on, I was too numb to feel a damn thing. But now suddenly a kinky, mouthy brat practically falls into my lap, and I feel everything. Things I don’t know how to feel, and yeah, I’m a mess. But, I am not going back to being miserable.
I don’t do boyfriends. I don’t date. I sure as hell don’t beg guys to spend the night. Until now. I’m going to make him mine and make him love it. I’d like to see him try and stop me.
In the second book in the Not So series, Josh and Damon struggle to find a way to peel away some of the layers between them while still keeping their walls up and their hearts safe. Figuring out what they want from each other is almost as hard as figuring out what they need from themselves.
This 110,00 word romance features two damaged college guys who absolutely, positively are not boyfriends, a date that is not a date, some accidental kink discovery no one’s quite ready to talk about, belts, bookstores, brownies, and a heavy dose of angst as they both do their best to try and gut it out through holidays they’d really rather ignore without falling apart and needing each other. And, of course. So. Much. Spanking.
Please note, this book includes some scenes of characters still learning how to deal with lingering grief during the holidays.
**This book is NOT a standalone and this series must be read in order. Not So Nice is a direct sequel and picks up immediately where Not So Smart ends. Not So Nice ends on a soft cliffhanger. Josh and Damon’s story will continue in Not So Bad.
Isaac has a fear of letting people in. He’s been hurt too many times in the past from those close to him and he’s decided he was done with it. His life of crime has only cemented his belief that he’s better off alone. Then he meets James. James is best friends with his sister… and it turns out he’d mugged James a couple years back when James was a teenager. Luckily, James is quick to forgive and forget.
Isaac’s sister has decided that James and Isaac would be perfect for each other and she doesn’t hold back in helping them find their way to each other. But these guys have their work cut out for them if they want their chance at their happily ever after.
All Sawyer really wants for Christmas is to be able to provide a better home for Cooper. A run-down roach motel isn’t where he wants his bubbly, always-looking-on-the-bright-side boyfriend to live. But instead, he has to settle for surprising Cooper with a second-hand present tucked under their sad Christmas sticks trying to pass for trees.
Cooper can’t imagine a more incredible Christmas. He has wonderful presents for Sawyer and an even better surprise he knows will have Sawyer bouncing around their cute little Christmas trees. With all the adventures they’ve had over the past year, Cooper knows that next year will be even better. He just needs to make sure Sawyer can see the perfection that’s just around the corner.
Story contains: mild BDSM, puppy play references, and two cute subs who dream of a master.
Author’s note: This is a short stand-alone prequel to The Accidental Master series. The story takes place several years before Sawyer and Cooper meet their sexy, sweet master. I hope you enjoy their first Christmas as a family.
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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.
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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.