Bad Boys, Bikers, And Lovers???
Bobby is leaving everything he knows behind, embracing the life of a biker, having been entranced with the Brothers of Chaos, a famed biker gang in the region.
A young man entering his prime, Bobby is choosing what kind of man he wants to be, and when he meets the Brothers he’s faced with a wake-up call as it’s not what he expected at all. During his initiation he’s faced with a tough choice, and it’s only thanks to Mal, one of the Brothers, that he passes at all.
Bobby is instantly taken with Mal, and there’s forbidden passion between the two of them. But lurking in the background is Mal’s ex, Jimi, who still holds a torch for Mal. The three men become involved in a heated love triangle, and there’s only one way out.
Cashel’s indecent proposal could push Braxton to take his last breath…
Braxton has had it with his dead-end job.
After four years of long hours with dismal pay, he hands in his resignation. When he finds out the new company pays more and offers tuition assistance, he jumps at the chance.
CEO Cashel needs a lover and Braxton is the one he must have.
Cashel has hungered to approach his mailroom employee, but his insecurities held him back. When he discovers his desired is leaving, he knows this would be the last chance to ask Braxton to be his lover for all eternity.
Braxton might have to give up everything to be Cashel’s lover, by why work when all his needs would be met by a sexy immortal?
“Obsessed” – A best-selling Gay Erotic Romance
All Meik cares about is lust, not love.
An eager boy toy, that’s what he’s looking for. Someone who worships the ground he walks on. The very second he lays eyes on the enigmatic, street musician Sebastian, he believes he found his new playmate. Obsessed with the young man, Meik introduces him to a world full of sins and desire until the man’s presence threatens to reveal dark memories he had locked away tightly.
This is the first book of the Gay Erotic Romance “Obsessed”. It features explicit adult m/m content. The book ends on a cliffhanger but can be read as a standalone. This part does not entail any romantic elements.
This book is an M/M Romance, and it’s for matured adults 18 and over.
Taylor Knox never cared who he fell in love with as long as he was in love. It could have been a woman or a man. He just needed to feel his heart skip a beat when he met that special someone. Taylor craved that crazy-falling-in-love feeling that when he met Payton Bailey who had a fiancée, he overlooked that minor inconvenience when he aimed his eyes and heart in Payton’s direction. When his heart and body quivered, Taylor knew that Payton was the one, and he made promises he knew he would keep. But there were problems not because Payton was a straight man but because neither men could see into the future. This is Book 3 of the M/M romance Boys with Toys.
“He was breaking me, even if it was slower than when I’d been his pup. Even if I’d started to like it sometimes… Or maybe it was because I’d started to like it.”
Kidnapped by a formerly popular musician, Ryder slowly loses himself in the trap Griffin has set for him. Stripped of his life, his dignity, and even his name, he fights to cling to what little he can of what he was. But as Griffin starts to soften toward “Toby,” Ryder finds himself wondering if being with the man is really so bad…
“I wanted him to submit, not out of fear, but out of desire. But if desire wasn’t possible, I would settle for what I could get.”
Desperate for a companion who could look past his scars, Griffin arranged for the kidnapping of a college student: “Toby.” As Toby resists becoming his pup and starts to become his kitten instead, Griffin must evaluate his choices and decide whether he’s willing to compromise with his captive for the chance at something more. If he can get Toby to bend instead of break, he can have everything he wanted. But how far can he push before it’s too far…
Contains Stockholm Syndrome, kidnapping, kitty play, gay for you, and other themes.
Reed Matthews lives a quiet and structured life in Edgewood. A devout Catholic going on his sixth year as principal at Our Lady School, Reed thrives on routine. But one unplanned excursion for Chinese takeout is enough to send his meticulously-constructed world into a tailspin.
After growing up in foster care, Dominic O’Halloran decided to enter seminary in his early twenties, and he’s dedicated his adult life to creating a safe space for the LGBT community. Weeks after answering the call from St. Paul’s Episcopal and moving to Edgewood, Dominic finds himself face-to-face with the one person he’s never been able to leave in the past–his childhood best friend.
Dominic and Reed find themselves entangled in decades old unresolved feelings and very new emotions. Reed is terrified of losing his soul, and Dominic is worried about losing his heart. But all it takes is one make-believe moment for them to realize they’d throw everything away for another chance for happiness together.