Joe doesn’t live on top of a mountain because he loves people. A late summer snowstorm is the perfect chance to send his customers down to lower altitude and enjoy a few days of solo strolls and fireside naps.
Tanner’s not staying at a high-altitude hut to admire the scenery. He’s got a date to keep with the sort of person you don’t want to disappoint, a date that’ll result in him earning some much-needed cash in exchange for what’s left of his self-respect. But that’s OK. He gave up on self-respect when he picked up the needle anyway.
Pyotr didn’t drop into a blizzard to rescue Tanner or to drag Joe back down to the real world. His mission is a lot colder than that. People are only pawns, and spies are only heroes to those who don’t know them.
Hermit, addict, spy. Three men, one snowstorm, zero reason to trust. And someone’s coming …
Content warning: this book contains on-page heroin use and detox. A brief argument follows the reveal of a character’s HIV status.
Well, it isn’t his Plan A…
At his surgeon father’s insistence, premed bad boy Cameron Lord transfers from the massive University of Texas to tiny Tall Thicket State University in small-town East Texas. After the scandal of seducing the dean’s son during their sophomore year in Austin and being diagnosed with bipolar disorder, Cameron needs a fresh start. Dr. Lord insists Cameron’s lucky any school still wants him, but Cameron’s more concerned with whether a certain gorgeous blond undergrad is interested.
After spotting Tim Sullivan through the plate glass window of Big Cheeser’s Pizza, Cameron can’t resist the opportunity to apply for a job there. Angelically handsome, Tim’s also frontman for popular local cover band the Angry Goats, proving there’s more to him than polo shirts and shy smiles. When Tim reveals he’s on Prozac for severe depression, Cameron’s convinced they understand each other. But with Tim’s evangelical upbringing, the terror of the AIDS epidemic, and the casual homophobia of Tim’s bandmate, will virgin Tim be brave enough to acknowledge his growing interest in worldly, reckless Cameron?
“It’s hard being a gay man when you think you’re straight.”
Straight men were never Jami Caulfield’s style and especially one with a wife who uses her babies by another man like a pawn in a chess game.
Maxwell Gold never thought he would fall in love with a gay man, and especially one who is Trans with two ex-lovers who hold the secret to why they can’t let Jami go.
Will Maxwell Gold discover Jami’s secret of why he’s so desirable? Or will he think that Jami is too over the top, and will never accept him or his babies?
Will Jami make Maxwell his, and overlook the children, or will Jami return to his ex-lover and leave Maxwell wondering WTF just happened to his life?
Five tantalizing books following the personal journey of Kieran, a timid young man in a small town, as his sexual freedom progresses.
Kieran’s erotic attraction to straight, bi-curious, and hyper masculine men leads him into extraordinary encounters and onto a path of self-discovery that challenges his wildest expectations.
Book 1: Garage
Some young men inch their way out of the closet. But some, like demure Kieran, burst out in an astonishing eruption. A hole in a wall — between a studio apartment and an automobile and motorcycle repair shop — ignites Kieran’s primal yearnings in a small, blue collar town. His sexual transformation begins when he realizes a converted garage door is the only barrier dividing his weekend rental unit from at least five virile mechanics who work in the shop.
Book 2: Macho
Kieran, desperate for intimacy with another man, suffers loneliness during a muggy summer away from home. He rents a private room above a garage in a vineyard, seemingly miles away from any town where he could meet someone for affection or temptation. However, the sudden arrival of Teddy, a confident and handsome stranger, captivates him. Teddy may be a stranger to Kieran, but he’s no intruder. He’s the owner of the winery. He enjoys his leisure time in his man cave, a vaulted room attached to the garage, with earthly delights including whiskey and cigars. Teddy hasn’t fooled around with another man since he left the military, but he may find Kieran’s adulation irresistible.
Book 3: Lured
New to town, after taking a job at a wetlands preserve, naive Kieran is eager to hook up with other young men. He experiments with strangers after a late night visit to a truck stop. But as someone accustomed mostly to living in his fantasies, Kieran’s limited real world experience has not prepared him for guys who harbor hidden agendas. Intrigued by alluring men, Kieran must challenge his wits to determine who he can trust. Leo, the savvy cross country trucker with smoldering eyes? Tom, the ruggedly sexy janitor with a bewildering request? Or Andrew, a perceptive tattoo artist who may offer him something more than friendship?
Book 4: Covet
Kieran’s opportunities to date and mess around with other men increase as his confidence begins to improve. Suddenly, he is enticed by three studs who capture his fascination, tapping into intense pleasure he has only dreamed about. But playing the field is not so easy. Opening himself up to more than one man at a time may give rise to unexpected challenges and expose Kieran’s vulnerabilities. Can he fulfill his needs and explore his desires while overcoming fears of jealousy and inadequacy?
Book 5: Untame
Kieran’s newfound courage empowers his sexual freedom, but jeopardizes budding relationships with two of the men he most adores. This small town boy’s first trip to the bright lights of Las Vegas — the city that celebrates pleasure — mesmerizes Kieran with temptations, igniting a flurry of outlandish and unbridled encounters with strangers. However, the men of his dreams might already be in his life. In a world without right or wrong, finding balance can be illusory, like a walk on a tightrope. Kieran needs to determine how far he must go to satisfy his yearnings and what sacrifices might be required so that promising bonds with others can really flourish.
These five books comprise Jaylen Florian’s Straight Taste series and feature gay, bisexual, and straight adult characters. The stories contain passionate and romantic themes intended only for mature audiences.
Two roommates. One calculus exam. A whole lot of extracurricular activity.
Living with four other guys, it’s bound to happen.
Every guy’s been caught taking care of business at least once, right?
It shouldn’t be a big deal.
But I don’t know Eric as well as my other roommates, and things are a little awkward now.
He’s a loner. A mystery. Quietly confident. Smart.
Sexy as hell.
I’ve been happily subsisting on the typical frat guy diet of booze and sorority girls.
But the way Eric looked at me that night?
There was something there.
Something that’s got me curious.
Something that’s stirring up feelings I thought I’d left behind for good.
Something that’s making me think I’m not as straight as I thought I was.
I can’t get him off of my mind.
I don’t think I want to.
So when he offers to help me study for a midterm, I take him up on it.
There’s no way I could’ve known what it’d start…
This is a steamy standalone new adult/college mm romance with HEA that unfolds across six “episodes” following Nate and Eric. Now bundled up in one collection with a bonus episode for a seamless reading experience. 87,000 words.
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?
Two men, shaped by the demons of their past, find their lives inexplicably intertwined.
Nicolas Michaud, the prodigy composer and pianist, grew up apart from the world. Consumed by his desire to find the perfect musician for his Magnum Opus, he rejects human relationships, and it turns him cold.
Until, he meets Cedric Blum, a young chemical engineering student with a secret talent for music like Nicolas has never seen. But Cedric has his own past to overcome. With the help of an old friend and new relationships, the pair begin their journey toward love, life, and their personal Magnum Opus.
Zane Holden hasn’t had the easiest go of things. His childhood was rough and adulthood hasn’t been a walk in the park either. The only good thing in his life would be Stonewall Investigations, an investigative company he found to work primarily with the LGBTQ community. Things were ok and Zane was finally healing from a personal tragedy but the reemergence of a serial killer turns his world upside down.
Lorenzo De Luca is a cocky defense attorney dripping in Italian charm. He’s well known as one of the best lawyers in New York City, a title he worked hard to achieve. When he picks up a difficult case, he finds that he needs extra help. This leads him to Stonewall, where he meets Zane for the first time and instantly feels himself falling for the mysterious and stone-cut detective.
The two men have their own hangups to work through, but both men are having a hard time denying the connection between them, even though they’re trying.
When fate insists on pushing them together, Zane and Enzo give in and start exploring their feelings. They’ll need to balance their budding relationship with the stress of Enzo’s case, which takes them both on a twisting journey toward the truth, all while a bigger threat looms on the horizon.
A Hard Call is the first book in the Stonewall Investigations series. It’s a full-length, steamy gay romance novel.
When Jordan Cameron was ten years old, his mother stopped speaking and was never the same again, going from one institution to another and ultimately to a group home. While his father explores the world as a well-renowned geoscientist, Jordan’s older brother, Tim, is forced to raise him.
Tim, eleven years older than Jordan, never had a normal childhood, living with their schizophrenic mother.
Jordan lives in his own world, or so that’s what it seems to the average person. No one, not even his brother, has ever given him a chance. That is until Tim’s best friend comes along.
Thirty year old Jamie Perron has a history of bad relationships, alternating between men and women. This last time he is kicked out by his girlfriend and has nowhere to go so he turns to his best friend, Tim.
Music is the driving force that draws Jordan and Jamie together. Never did Jamie think he would develop an intense, romantic relationship with a strange, quiet, and sullen (yet cute) nineteen year old boy through the course of one interesting summer.
Out in the beautiful countryside on acres and acres of land in Northeastern Massachusetts, Jordan learns to love, Jamie learns how to be loved, and Tim learns how to let go.