I gave the rumor mill fodder for a lifetime the day I walked away from a lucrative music career without explanation.
People can talk all they like; my record stores are my lifeblood now, and I’m devoted solely to keeping them afloat in the digital age. There’s just one little thing distracting me: an earth-dwelling sunbeam named Owen Harper. I don’t know what I was thinking when I hired him. In fact, maybe I wasn’t thinking at all.
Quirky and excitable, he’s a walking, talking danger to fragile objects. His energy alone could power a small country. That’s never been my style. Hell, I was probably cutting my first album while he was cutting teeth. He wants a music career, and I’m done with all that. We couldn’t be on more opposite paths.
He’s other things, too, though. Things that keep me up late at night. Things that make me forget I’m supposed to be simplifying.
And damn does he love to push my buttons.
Now I’m struggling to resist his pull, drowning in the memory of his skin under my hands, his mouth on mine. His laugh.
When a long shadow from my past comes calling with an offer I’d be stupid to refuse, there’s more on the line than the survival of the shops I’ve dedicated the last fifteen years of my life to.
Because those fragile objects I mentioned earlier? One of them might well be my heart.
Resonance is the second book in the Rhythm of Love series but can be read on its own. It’s a steamy slow burn bisexual age-gap, boss/employee romance with lots of banter and two obstinate heroes who really, really don’t want to want the very thing they both need.
Murder is in the eye of the beholder. In this M/M nod to Alfred Hitchcock’s classic Rear Window, Heston is a writer who spends most of his life alone in his own little world. One spring day he pulls up his window shades and sees more than he ever imagined.
The gorgeous and younger Icarus wants Heston to commit to love. To prove himself, he ends up trying to solve a murder without either of them becoming the next victim. A peek into a stranger’s life can turn from sexy to deadly in the blink of an eye. What you see isn’t always what you get.
Three different men.
Three similar secrets.
Sometimes sharing secrets is the only way to bring them into the light.
Secrets in the Dark:
Mason isn’t looking for Mr. Right…he isn’t even looking for Mr. Right-Now. What he wants in a man isn’t going to be found on a blind date or at a singles mixer. Because he’s looking for someone a little more unique…a little more take charge…a little more loving.
What Really Matters:
When you’ve been married for years, you aren’t supposed to pop up with a new and interesting kink. At least, that’s what Zac keeps telling himself. His husband Hunter is sweet, loving, and understanding, but he didn’t sign up for anything like what Zac wants to explore.
Mark has hidden from life for so long he wouldn’t even know how to begin to find love. But who could love someone like him? He’s broken. Defective.
This box set contains three standalone age play romances that have previously been released separately.
Stories Contain: M/m sexual content, age play, diapers, and ABDL theme
Just try it, you might like it…
It was supposed to be a joke—hiring a male “entertainer” for my buddy’s bachelor party. We’d have some fun, a few laughs and go home to our girlfriends. But that’s not what happened.
I haven’t been rising to the occasion lately, and now my girlfriend’s questioning our whole relationship. She’s convinced I’m batting for the other team (or catching) but I keep telling her we’re just going through a rough patch. Every relationship has its ups and downs…right?
The only problem? Even though I’m with her, I can’t stop thinking about him, Tristan, the dancer from the other night—thinking about him in ways that I never thought I’d think of another man. And what’s worse? My girlfriend knows.
She knows, and she wants me to try it, and on top of that? She wants to watch.
My girlfriend’s convinced I’m playing for the other team, and she’s going to be the one to prove it to me…
HIS FIRST TOUCH is a first-time gay romance between a reluctant, inexperienced young man and a worldly “male entertainer” who’s seen it all but is ready to settle down. Features a perfect blend of sweetness and spice with a dash of humor and a HEA. You can’t go wrong with this one!
My sister’s boyfriend has a twin, and he has me seeing double.
When I show up to dinner with my sister, her boyfriend, and his twin brother Will, I find myself wanting what I can’t have. Will’s just as hot as he was back in high school, but we’re coworkers at a startup now—I have to keep it professional.
The problem? He’s only gotten better with age, and he’s giving me his undivided attention. He says he’s straight, but our straight siblings are playing matchmaker. Now Will and I are sharing a twin bed, and my crush is getting bigger.
My sister and I couldn’t be more different, but our boyfriends are identical.
My brother and I might look alike, but Everett has no trouble telling us apart.
A lot has changed since high school, especially Everett. He’s not the nerdy guy I remember. He’s a skilled engineer I can’t help but admire, and now I’m the one with a crush. Our chemistry isn’t engineered, and when it boils over, it’s going to sizzle.
He’s the first man I’ve ever looked at this way, but that’s not stopping me. He thinks we’re worlds apart, but he forgets how determined a former linebacker can be. I’m taking a chance on Everett—he just needs to meet me halfway.
I guess you could say my twin and I have similar tastes.
Note to readers: This is an extra spicy standalone MM romance, heat level 10. Readers can expect several steamy scenes that will leave you gasping.
A lustful young alpha meets his match in an older omega with a past.
Professor Vale Aman has crafted a good life for himself. An unbonded omega in his mid-thirties, he’s long since given up hope that he’ll meet a compatible alpha, let alone his destined mate. He’s fulfilled by his career, his poetry, his cat, and his friends.
When Jason Sabel, a much younger alpha, imprints on Vale in a shocking and public way, longings are ignited that can’t be ignored. Fighting their strong sexual urges, Jason and Vale must agree to contract with each other before they can consummate their passion.
But for Vale, being with Jason means giving up his independence and placing his future in the hands of an untested alpha–as well as facing the scars of his own tumultuous past. He isn’t sure it’s worth it. But Jason isn’t giving up his destined mate without a fight.
This is a gay romance novel, 118,000 words, with a strong happy ending, as well as a well-crafted, non-shifter omegaverse, with alphas, betas, omegas, male pregnancy, heat, and knotting. Content warning for pregnancy loss and aftermath.
The second book in The Heat of Love series, Alpha Heat, is also free today!
At the age of sixteen, August Goodson developed a strange and mysterious power overnight: he can find people. Victims of murder, suicide, kidnapping, accidents, and rape; August can find them all, usually dead, but sometimes still alive. Nine years later finds August volunteering his services to the police. He’s still smarting from the loss of his long-time love Dante, who cheated on him with his best friend, and harbors a deep crush on the incredibly handsome, and oh-so-straight, Detective Luke Williams. But there are bigger concerns on August’s mind: a serial killer is loose in the city, one whose victims are a little too much like him for comfort. When August finds a living victim who may be one of the serial killer’s, he’s drawn even deeper into the case. Will he make it out alive, or will he soon be the one in need of finding?
Can he let go of the past for a second chance on love?
“You’re mistaken. I mean…” are the only words Malachi Bishop sputters before crumbling to the floor. When he wakes up, Taylor, the man who makes him feel beautiful and alive, is dead.
Attempting to outrun the unfathomable loss shredding his heart, Malachi quits the ‘love game.’ His other self-prescribed remedy is to drown himself in his work; he’s an average-selling novelist, and a professor of creative writing and literature at Claredon College. And for six years, this form of self-medication produces the desired outcome — cutting himself off from the world and protected from every hurt. Until a night out leads to an unexpected, yet passionate encounter with a handsome stranger.
No one falls in love from a one-night stand, right? That’s all the reason Malachi needs to dismiss Cole Malcolm, the visiting management consultant challenging everything he thinks he knows about love. And the more time they spend together, the more they peel away their secrets: Cole grieving for Paul, his accomplished younger brother; Malachi’s unhealthy obsession with Zach, his brilliant, gifted and audacious student. Without realizing it, Malachi finds himself doing the one thing he never thought he’d do again: give himself over to total intimacy.
Everything He Thought He Knew weaves together a story of self-acceptance, forgiveness, and how the past shapes the choices we make. A meditation on the human heart and second chances, it’s also about how sometimes the hardest decision in loving someone is letting them go. Uncharacteristically romantic, emotionally charged and thought-provoking, this is a rare novel that will make you laugh, grit your teeth, and will stay with you long after you’ve put it down.
When mistaken identity leads a young botanist into trouble, Navy SEALs come to the rescue.
Aled Demers prefers plants over people. He survives an attack in Anguilla alive but emotionally and physically scarred. Back home in Cardiff, he struggles with PTSD and his unraveling life.
Wyatt “Earp” Hardy lives for his SEAL brothers. Retiring from military service brings new challenges for him to face. The last thing he expects is for his next mission to involve falling for the much younger botanist.
If the botanist has the strength to heal, can Wyatt find the courage to love?
The short story The Botanist is book three in Dahlia Donovan’s international bestselling gay romance series, The Sin Bin. Each one features hot rugby players and the men who steal their hearts.