FROM POPULAR GAY ROMANCE AUTHOR K. EVAN COLES
Book one in the Boston Seasons series
Sometimes you have to start over to get love right.
Luke Ryan’s life is too chaotic for romance, what with running his business and being the legal guardian to his ten-year-old niece, but he’s hopeful he’ll find the right man.
Trauma surgeon Finn Thomason recently relocated from Chicago to Boston, where his focus on medicine leaves him little space for a personal life. Making a commitment to find a better work-life balance, Finn hopes he’ll also find a relationship.
Caught in an evening rainstorm, Luke shelters under a sidewalk awning…and encounters a handsome stranger. The two strike up a conversation and Finn offers to walk Luke under his oversized umbrella. Charmed, Luke accepts and asks Finn out for coffee in thanks.
Luke and Finn quickly grow close, but, as the summer draws to an end, Luke struggles to keep his connection with Finn while Finn tries to come to terms with caring for a man whose attention is pulled in many directions. Both men are scrambling to get it right, but only time will tell if they’ll learn there is more than enough room in their hearts to go around.
When Caleb Chance walked out in Detroit five years ago, leaving his band, millions of his fans and his lover behind, Leo knew he could never forgive.
Some things, no matter what the cause, are unforgivable.
But Leo never expected Caleb to show up again, clean and sober and wanting to get their band, Star Shadow, back together. He definitely never expected to agree to Caleb’s plan.
He never expected to confront the love of his life again—or the disaster of his past, the hopelessness of his future, and every terrible thing he’s been carrying inside him.
But maybe some things aren’t so terrible after all.
Twenty-one-year-old Tyson Reece is down on his luck.
Suddenly finding himself unemployed; pride and his upbringing keep him from accepting handouts, either from his best friend Kyle, or the government.
Broke, hungry and alone, Tyson succumbs to a last resort, contacting Kieran Wayland, his depraved ex.
Sensing an opportunity, a spur of the moment decision brings the police crashing into Tyson’s world, setting in motion a chain of events he could never have predicted.
Zara Mulaney, a newly promoted DI, is watching Wayland from afar, convinced he is part of an underworld organisation responsible for a spate of terrifying murders across the city.
Quietly investigating Kieran, she is outsmarted at every turn and believes he is protected by other high-ranking officers within the force.
In a last ditch effort, she approaches Tyson, hoping he is the last piece in the puzzle; the one who can finally bring Kieran to justice.
But, Wayland is a tour de force with friends in high places; arrogant in the belief he is untouchable.
Agreeing to help Mulaney, Tyson is about to be plunged into a world he never dared believe existed.
Martin is a ghost. Well, not really, but he might as well be. Job gone, home gone, self-respect gone, and no one even seems to notice. The only person who really sees him is Seb, the artist who lives above the used bookstore.
Seb haunts the edges of Seacroft in search of beauty. He knows how to excavate the hidden value in abandoned things—whether it’s in the pages of forgotten books or in Martin’s stuttering attempts to rebuild his life—and transform them into works of art.
Two lost souls, Seb and Martin discover the strength they need to face eccentric townies and their dysfunctional families together. But as friendship sparks toward something more, neither man wants to risk what they’ve only just found. It takes two to fall in love, but it will take the whole community to bring their beauty to life.
Top Shelf is an 81k slow burn friends-to-lovers MM romance. It features an anxious professor, a drama queen artist, a bookstore that might be haunted, and a full-blown heart-eyes HEA.
I’m a drunk and a degenerate, with a job that’s probably going to get me killed.
So, why this young, sexy guy I rescued from the side of the highway has attached himself to me is beyond my comprehension. But, as someone who’s constantly being accused of thinking with my d*ck, I’m not about to look a gift like this in the mouth.
Even if that pretty, little mouth has fangs.
Now I’m racing against the full moon to find the werepanthers that attacked my new…boyfriend? I don’t know how to protect him and do my job, but if I don’t figure it out soon we’re all in big, f@ck*ng trouble.
They say love is a three-way street.
I’m road-tripping across the country to sell a luxury RV, and I’ve got two copilots. One’s as straight as an arrow, but they both want me riding shotgun. Roman and Alex are as different as fire and ice, and between the two of them I’m feeling the heat.
The road is bumpy, but they’ve got me buckled in.
Two’s company, three’s a ménage.
When I’m asked to be Skylar’s companion and protect him, it comes naturally—even when I end up handling two stunning men. People look to me when they want to feel safe. The military taught me discipline, and these two are in need of a strong, guiding hand.
I’m looking both ways, and the road ahead is anything but straight.
There’s no third wheel on this ride.
A road trip with two total strangers? Sign me up. I’m riding with a knight in shining armor and a prince I wouldn’t mind rescuing, and I’m more than happy to do a little roleplay. I know what I like on the road and between the sheets—they just need a nudge in the right direction.
After all, the best things in life are three.
Note to readers: This is an extra spicy standalone MMM romance. Readers can expect several steamy scenes that will leave you gasping.