Six years ago, an ultimatum forced Dan Greyson to make a choice that cost him everything he loved most. One of those things? His boyfriend, hockey player Ashton Yager. Now that they’ve crossed paths again, Dan isn’t about to let the opportunity slip away. Ash’s reappearance in his life is just the catalyst Dan needs to escape the rut he’s fallen into…and win back Ash’s trust and love.
Ashton Yager, once burned and now a little bit shy, didn’t mean to publicly come out as bisexual. But now that he has, he’s got to deal with the consequences, including the fact that it might’ve cost him his NHL contract. With his job on the line, he needs to keep his head down, work hard, and play the best hockey of his life. Rekindling things with Dan? That’s not exactly keeping a low profile. It’s also never going to happen, not after Dan walked away once without an explanation.
When a hurricane forces Ash to seek shelter out-of-state, he and Dan find themselves in the same B&B, where old feelings resurface. But with everything Ash has on the line, does he dare play with fire again?
For college sophomore Mitch Greyson, determination and persistence are the name of the game if he wants to make it as a professional hockey player. A busy schedule of practices, games, classes, homework, two part-time jobs—and now, working with a tutor to help him pass the class he’s failing so that he can keep his scholarship—shouldn’t leave him with enough time to flirt with the NHL player in town. But that doesn’t stop him.
Placed on the injured reserve list until his broken arm heals, NHL defenseman Alex Dean is using the time off to be with his ailing grandfather and get a head start on the book he’s been commissioned to write. He doesn’t expect to get roped into a tutoring gig, especially not for cocky, smart-ass Mitch.
But Alex soon discovers that there’s more to Mitch than meets the eye…and he really likes what he sees. Only Alex doesn’t dare risk his NHL career by coming out, and a relationship between them would jeopardize Mitch’s chances with the organization too.
It looks impossible. Then again, the best things usually do…
It’s my first week in town, and I’m being hunted.
Ordinarily, I wouldn’t mind being chased down the street by a wall of muscle—if he weren’t a bounty hunter. He has the wrong man, but he’s looking at me like I’m exactly what he needs. Imagine my surprise when he’s behind the desk at my job interview, and he doesn’t just want me on the team, he wants me on the case—his case.
That would make us partners.
But we have a serious problem. Cole’s real bounty is for my cousin, and I know he’s innocent. Cole wants to help me prove it, but the pressure’s rising, and I know just how to release it.
I’m not the bounty, but I’m the one he’s claiming.
He’s not my original target, but I’m keeping him.
As a bounty hunter, I don’t make mistakes—until I accidentally end up chasing David. He’s innocent of everything but the dirty way he looks at me. When a case of mistaken identity leads to David becoming my new partner, I get him exactly where I want him—by my side.
My instincts never lead me wrong, and they’re pointing to David.
He has a good heart under that stunning body, and I can’t resist helping him. They think his cousin’s guilty, but we’re going to clear his name. I’m on the hunt, and nothing’s going to stop me.
When I’ve got the right man, I never let go.
This is the second book in the Hightower Heat series. It can be enjoyed as a standalone with no cliffhanger. Readers can expect an extra spicy MM romance with several steamy scenes. Heat level: 10.
Nate wasn’t made to be monogamous, a fact he never fails to disclose to his partners. No matter how much he loves the women he’s with, he sees potential in others. Does that make him a horrible person? His on-again, off-again lover and current co-star, Deb, certainly thinks so.
But his other co-star, Joshua, understands. Joshua, who’s fast becoming the best friend Nate ever had, doesn’t even mind when Nate hooks up with his wife, Sherry. Well, he does mind a little, but only because he has the hots for Nate himself.
Nate’s always known he’s polyamorous, but is he also bi? He loves being with Joshua. He loves being with Sherry. He definitely loves being with Joshua and Sherry together. Can he make the transition from loves-being-with to just-plain-loves? And even if he can, how does he fit into another couple’s relationship?
Meanwhile, the situation with Deb is growing ever more toxic, the future of their show is at stake, and not all of Nate’s friends are on board with the whole poly/bi thing. It’s a minefield Nate can only navigate with the help of one very special man.
Content warning for alcoholism. This book describes an open relationship that remains open after a romantic bond is formed. It’s not suitable for readers who consider open relationships to be cheating. This book includes both M/F and M/M loving.
This is Book 4 in the Boys with Toys series, and it takes the reader to Noah and Jake’s first encounter, and how they overcame difficulties to fall in love.
“Does falling in love have to be so hard?” Noah St. John questioned and then answered that with a few words, “F**k yes if you’re a gay man.”
Not all gay relationships are hard, but Noah wanted a man his boys and the world told him to forget, especially since the man he desired is straight, and he’s the quarterback for the New York Gladiators who just won the Super Bowl.
Jake Kincaid, the quarterback of the New York Gladiators, is the most sought after baller in the league after he just won the game of a lifetime, all the while trying to recover from his wife’s death a few years back. He can’t seem to find love even when women are throwing themselves at his feet with their heads in his lap.
When Noah St. John walks into his life everything Jake Kincaid thought he was and wanted has flipped, and nothing is real anymore. Can Jake put the Genie back into the bottle without breaking it?
Can Noah’s touch set Jake free?
What happens when you suddenly get everything you ever wanted?
First, you don’t believe it’s real.
Then you want more…
Let’s be honest, gay nerds from small towns in North Carolina don’t get to date the hot, popular quarterback. It’s just one of those impregnable laws of nature. Even if he was my best friend growing up. Even if it turns out by some miracle that he’s gay too. So, forgive me if I was a bit skeptical when Chance Wyrick asked me to be his boyfriend. That sort of thing just doesn’t happen in real life.
Sure, he has only shared his secret with me. And yeah, we’ve been fooling around for a few weeks. But again, let’s be honest, who else does he have to fool around with? He has to keep his secret. I’m safe. I’m just the first guy he’s ever fooled around with.
I’ve been in love with him for almost as long as I can remember. I’ve fantasized about what it would be like to be his boyfriend. So, when he asked, of course I said yes. It doesn’t matter that he’s not out. It doesn’t matter that it has to be secret. It doesn’t matter that I have to pretend. All that matters is that he asked me to be his boyfriend and that I said yes.
That’s what I was thinking the day Chance Wyrick asked me to be his boyfriend. Everything was fine until it wasn’t. Everything was fine until I wanted more …
Catching Chance is the second book in the Gilcrest University Guys series. It’s a full-length, “friends to lovers” romance novel. It has “coming out” and “first-time gay” themes, is stocked full of STEAM, heartache, and laughter, and it has a guaranteed happily ever after ending. The series will follow the love stories of four college friends. Catching Chance is the second of two books that concludes Andy and Chance’s love story. It can be read as a standalone, but if you want to follow Andy and Chance’s journey from the beginning, start with Book One, Chasing Chance. Look for book three, Resisting Rein (Cam’s story), to come out early this summer!
WAR IS COMING… the angels of Osestra and the demons of Exilum are preparing for the final battle to be played out in Manna, the human realm, and one young man is caught in the middle.
Vern Swain may be the key to everything.Vern is a country boy dreaming of seeing his name up in lights. He runs away to become a star. His journey is just beginning, but it takes him in unusual directions…right in the path of his guardian demon.
Teague, son of Xaphan is a demon of Exilum charged with ruining Vern’s life, but he just can’t do it. He’s confronted by his family, and forced to choose sides.
War is coming, but who’s fighting for Manna?
Welcome to the Omega Celibacy Club. No sex until graduation. No unexpected pregnancies. No alphas needed.
Even if it’s not politically correct to say so anymore, everyone still knows that alphas and omegas are ruled by their biology. Sure, it’s the twenty-first century now and most people have given up believing in archaic ideas like fated mates, but just take a look at college drop out rates and you’ll see that some things haven’t changed at all. Alphas still dominate, omegas still submit, and horny college kids in heat let their hormones dictate poor choices every day.
Not me and my roommates, though. Not if I have anything to say about it. Too many of our classmates here at Preston College have gotten knocked up and then dropped out. Given up their goals and dreams just because they’ve met an alpha with a big… ego. The point here is that there’s only one surefire way to avoid that trap, and that’s why I started the Omega Celibacy Club. No sex until graduation. No unexpected pregnancies. No alphas needed.
And no, I’m not just saying that because I’ve been hung up on one particular alpha for approximately ever. I’m totally over Hunter King. I mean, not that there was ever anything to get over. Our families have been friends forever and he dated my sister back when I was still just a kid, but even if me and my right hand may have pined for him once upon a time, I barely ever think of him anymore.
I mean never. I never think of him anymore.
Did I mention I’m over it?
Weddings are a great place to get laid, but when I show up for my ex’s big day, I’m hoping to get a lot more than that. I’ve never admitted it, but the reason I broke up with her all those years ago was because of her brother. One look at little Simon Lawson and I was a goner. Of course I didn’t say anything though, not back then. I didn’t touch him. Always kept my distance. I had to, because he was just a kid… but he’s all grown up now.
I’ve bided my time for years, but now I’m ready to see if the feeling is mutual. And if it is, I know exactly what I want. I want Simon. I want a family. And I want it forever. And even though I’ve never been the kind of alpha who imposes his will on omegas, when I finally realize just what it is that my omega needs, I know I’ll do anything at all to make that forever happen.
In fact, I’ll do everything.
MAKE ME GIVE IN is the first book in the Omega Celibacy Club series, a contemporary omegaverse world where the only thing stronger than an alpha’s will is his desire to keep his omega happy, and where even omegas who don’t believe in fated mates sometimes still find them.
Can they make it summer all year around?
Millionaire Alec hasn’t dared tell his controlling mother that he’s gay. Fleeing his unwanted fiancée for a month on the Cornish coast, he is struck as if by lightning by the sight of surfer Darren. Summer made flesh, freedom wrapped in a lithe and gorgeous body, Darren is everything he wants and can’t allow himself to have.
Poverty-stricken Darren takes one month a year away from his life of grinding overwork, his sponging father and drug-addict brother, financing his holiday by picking up the first rich man to show an interest. Last year that tactic almost killed him. The guy turned out to be more danger than he could handle. Alec looks sweet though, and he’s almost more scared than Darren is.
Their whole lives are against it. But if only this escape could go on forever…
“Shining in the Sun is a breath of fresh air and you will love the British and French ambience….This book is a terrific entrance into contemporary M/M for a writer whose skill and historical characters I have grown to love.” –Gay Book Reviews
Buy Shining In The Sun today and have a summer vacation any time of year.