Who decided to put a fallen angel and a gay vampire in charge of saving humanity?
The concept of Armageddon has been thrown at vampire turned international arms dealer, Drake Brokk, his entire life. But he never expected to find himself in the middle of it.
When Elijah Abrams, a fallen angel disguised as an FBI agent, tells him that the ultimate battle between good and evil is threatening to explode, Drake has a hard time accepting it. He certainly can’t believe it’s up to him to stop it.
Armed with only an ancient sword, a kleptomaniac elf and his rapidly unraveling wits, Drake can’t help doubting his ability to save the world. And he knows for sure there’s no weapon forged that could keep him from falling for the angel that’s charged with helping him.
The Ever After series concludes in Aftermath. Tragedy, redemption, love… Ever After
Once upon a time, Casey flirted with a pretty boy at a bar, and that changed everything. Recently released from jail, he’s starting to rebuild without the family who raised him to hate himself. He’s got a new job, a room at his aunt’s, and community service hours at an LGBTQIA community center. But his biggest challenge is figuring out how to live as the one thing his father and brother drilled into him he could never be: a gay man.
Once upon a time, Brooks was a confident Dom with a particular taste for bigger men. But since his run-in with a dangerous homophobe, he’s lost his touch. Big, buff guys are hot but scary, and hurting people isn’t as much fun as it used to be.
Until he meets Casey, the big guy with the problematic past. Casey’s willing to do anything, but does his submission stem from healthy kink or from an unhealthy need to be punished? And is Brooks doling out release or revenge? Two people who share a past as violent as theirs could never fall in love. Unless, somewhere in the aftermath, there’s forgiveness.
Content warning: internalized homophobia, homophobic language, and references to homophobic hate crimes that have occurred in the past
Vampires and shifters, enemies since the dawn of time, now coming together against a bigger threat.
Coming home should be comforting and safe. But when you’re Valentin, the only survivor of your coven’s destruction, going back to your homeland is never easy. And when you’re the owner of L’Immortel, one of the most powerful vampire artifacts in the world, it’s downright impossible. Especially when the High Council and most of the vampire families would do anything to get their hands on the stone. And of course, being mated to a shifter isn’t winning Valentin any points with neither of their kinds.
For Shawn, being home with his mate should be the best time of his life. Except they must face the entire world and the stupid stone that could help them is nowhere to be found. To make matters worse, the house seems to hate him. How can he face the Council in these circumstances?
With Valentin slipping more and more under the house’s influence, can Shawn keep his mate alive until the very end?
Sheriff Avery O’Rourke has tried to obey his strict Christian faith and lead a “normal” life. In 1923 in a rural East Texas town, “normal” means heterosexual. A cholera outbreak has made Avery a young widower, so he is married to his job. When a murder investigation forces him to confront his truth, will he finally be able to accept being gay?
Veterinarian Garland Sands has returned from Europe to take over his father’s practice. Struggling with shellshock (PTSD) and heartbroken by the suicide of his French lover, he resigns himself to a quiet, solitary life as a country vet. But the murder of the town doctor brings the sheriff to Garland’s doorstep looking for help with the investigation. Seeing Avery awakens dormant feelings. Can he love a man who hates what he is?
This isn’t the lavish 1920s of The Great Gatsby. This is the flip side of that coin—rural East Texas. No electricity. No indoor plumbing. No flappers. In 1923, the timber barons have left and racism, homophobia, and sexism thrive.
A Little Sin is a realistic mystery with unlikely heroes and a timeless romance between lovers caught in a world where their love is forbidden. This book contains steamy sex scenes and is intended for adults only.
A billboard smashing country artist. An intern reporter looking for his big break. They’re both about to get more than they bargained for.
Interning doesn’t exactly pay the bills, so when omega Sam gets the chance to compete for a full-time reporter position, he jumps at the opportunity. All he needs is a story to blow away the competition, and he knows just where he can find his big break. Enter Luke Ryan—the country artist of the year. The alpha is notorious for turning down interviews, but where there’s a will there’s a way. All Sam wants is a story to jump start his career, but after a night of passion, he ends up getting so much more—a baby growing inside him.
An unplanned pregnancy is the last thing alpha Luke Ryan needs. The press already painted him as country music’s poster child alpha-hole. Getting an omega he met on tour pregnant certainly won’t help with the image. The media would have a field day if they found out. But the country star knows what it’s like to grow up without an alpha figure, and vows not to make the same mistake as his father. Luke will do whatever it takes to prove to Sam he isn’t the alpha-hole the media makes him out to be. Even if that means risking his career.
Mating A Country Star is the second book in a series taking place in the fictional small town of Port Hope. It’s a contemporary mpreg featuring an omega looking for his big break, a larger than life alpha who’s rocking the billboards, and of course, a HEA. Mating A Country Star is book two in the Port Hope series and can be read as a standalone.
When sex and a deadly obsession collide, not everyone will survive.
Matt fears his nightmares are premonitions that the Creeper will return. Justin comforts him but they soon face possible separation. Can their love survive? Will Matt return to the stage? And if he does, what–or who–will follow?
Six months after meeting Cian, the start of the rest of Mitch’s life is so close he can almost taste it. With his high school exams behind him, he can look forward to a long summer, his first Pride festival in Dublin, and, best of all, moving in with Cian when Mitch starts college in September.
Cian can’t wait to accompany Mitch to his first Pride, or for the moment they’ll start sharing a home and their lives. But while the festival is everything they could have hoped for, unexpected news that Cian is about to lose his room in Dublin puts their life together under threat.
Objections to their plans from the home front and a shocking lack of affordable housing in Dublin could shatter Mitch and Cian’s dreams, but perhaps a second miracle is exactly what they need to find their pride of place.
Two hot men. One deserted tropical island.
Mr. Don’t-Touch-Me Wade O’Rourke has never allowed anyone to get close to his heart, or into his bed. Perhaps he’s not wired that way. He’s not gay. He was brought up to know it’s not possible in his family. But he’s not attracted to women either. He keeps up appearances for the sake of his family because it’s the thing to do— never mind his family traumas or that he hates his life. And he has reasons to hate his homophobic uncle, too.
Outgoing, optimistic, and carefree Adam Bennet comes from a long line of earthy people— gardeners and farmers. After his parents died, he was raised by his wise grandmother. He helps her run her shop.
When Wade and Adam meet on an airplane, they don’t quite hit it off. They survive a crash landing on an island paradise where they have to join forces to survive. Will Adam take a chance on love with the seemingly straight man? When love blossoms, can it survive the rescue and return to their American small town?
This full-length, standalone novel contains: Two hot guys and a deserted island. A man damaged by his homophobic upbringing. A virgin who never thought he’d want to be touched that way. Coming out in a small town. Steamy man on man love action and a happy ending. ***58,000 words.
Charlie Cox is a strong, independent omega who doesn’t need an alpha. Until he falls in love with two of them.
All straight-A college student Charlie Cox wants is a quiet place to study and rest his head, away from the obnoxious partying and drunken debauchery of his dorms. But moving in with two hot, hunky alphas proves to be an order of magnitude more distracting than he ever anticipated.
Gavin Grey and Luca Burnett are best friends and roomies, but the driven, hard-working alphas are more than that, too: they’re secret lovers, with plans to eventually add a third—an omega to share between them. But that’s not their main priority. For now, they’re far too busy racing against the clock to buy back Gavin’s childhood home from a developer before the house is demolished.
All they want out of Charlie Cox is a responsible roommate, but the strength of their desire for the young omega proves too powerful to resist, and they just can’t keep their hands off of him. Soon, all three find themselves wrestling with unintended consequences that threaten everything they’ve been working so hard to achieve.
Omega in the Middle is a 65k standalone, non-shifter MMM mpreg romance and book one of the Triple Heat series. This is a light, fun, zero-angst story with LOTS of steam, no cheating, and a heart-warming HEA.
Get lost in a book store and find something hot.
Behind the stacks, tucked into the dark corners, and reading nooks, you’ll find an adventure, and you might just find more. Grab this hot boxset and get into these six tales of passion and possibly love.
Using book stores as a source of inspiration, these six bestselling authors take you on a journey you won’t forget. Your heart will be warmed as you dive in and discover our men from the heart of the book store.
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Going home had never felt so wrong.
When Derrick received the phone call informing him of his mother’s death, it felt like the bottom had dropped out of his entire world. Gone was every hope and ideal he’d left home with, replaced with the bitter realization that he’d run out of time, run out of plans, and was desperately close to running out of give-a-damn.
It doesn’t help to come face to face with his older brother, Ray, who’d spent much of his childhood either ignoring him, ditching him, or complaining about his very existence. It’s enough to send him right back on the road again, or at least, it would have been, were it not for a house, a cat named Slash, and Mason, his best friend-with-benefits, now the head librarian in town and hot as sin.
It was hard enough leaving Mace in the first place, but a second time? He didn’t think he had it in him to be so heartless. Twelve years ago he’d slipped away under the cover of darkness, without even a single goodbye. Now, standing on the edge of night, looking down at the tiny town he’d fled, Derrick is left with one burning question:
Can the door to the past ever be closed enough to allow space for the future?
There are moments in your life that become part of you. They become so ingrained in your memory that you can’t let them go, no matter how hard you try. Some may seem small and insignificant when they happen. Others are so big and important that you know, even while you’re in the moment, that your life will be forever changed. For me, almost all those moments—both the small and insignificant as well as the big and important—were moments I shared with Chance Wyrick.
If I were in a support group for hopelessly pathetic gays, I’d have to introduce myself by saying, “Hi, I’m Andy Michaelson and I can’t stop myself from thinking about Chance Wyrick.”
From the time we met, when we were only six years old, and for the next twelve years, he was my best friend. I fell in love with him along the way. I couldn’t say exactly when it happened, only that it happened.
Words of advice:
Never fall in love with your best friend, especially if he’s one of the most popular kids at school, the best high school quarterback in the state, or if he happens to be your next-door neighbor.
But most of all…
Never, I repeat never, fall in love with your best friend if he’s straight. Nothing good can come of it. Trust me.
Our friendship was over before we finished our last year of high school. My best friend became my ex-best friend. I hoped to forget about him when I went off to college. But Chance followed me there. So did all the memories.
I tried to forget him. I did. But he was more beautiful than ever. He was the starting quarterback for Gilcrest University. He was larger than life. He was impossible to ignore. We hadn’t spoken in years, but the memories still hit me out of nowhere, and they still hurt.
By the time I started my third year at Gilcrest, I was beginning to think I’d never be over him.
As it turns out, I was right…
Chasing Chance is the first 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 happy ending. The series will follow the love stories of four college friends. Chasing Chance is the first of two books that will tell Andy and Chance’s love story.
The smell of leather and the flash of Chrome is enough to drive Ethan Rae out of his mind with desire when he meets the dangerous, hot, exciting Lou Summer in a biker bar in the middle of a desert.
Is Lou all that he appears to be, risky and daring, ready to ride Ethan to hell and back just by one heated look in his eyes? Is the tall, handsome, mysterious biker with the leather vest, inked arms, and tight leather pants too dangerous for a one night stand for the young lawyer slumming?
Are they both too hot and too dangerous when they get together?
Will their fantasies be fulfilled in the dark, in the back of a bar, where no one but these two men will know the result of their meeting?
Registration opened June 1st for the 30th Annual Emerald City Writers Conference!
October 18-20th, in Bellevue Washington
This year’s conference, A Story for Everyone, features keynote Speakers Grace Draven, Jennifer Probst, and Alisha Rai, with a master Class by Rebecca Zanetti.
Our editors and agents this year are from Tule Publishing Group, Dreamspinner Press, The Seymour Agency, 5×5 Media network, Marsal Lyon Literary Agency, Amazon Lake Union Publishing, and Carina Press.