Would it Be Okay to Love You? by Amy Tasukada
A robot fanboy. An erotic voice actor. When love comes calling, will these opposites attract?
Sato’s only long-term relationship is the one he shares with his Gundam collectibles. He dreams about the kind of unconditional love his parents enjoy. If only he could break out of his shell, he might find his special someone…
Outgoing playboy Aoi has sworn off relationships. He knows they only distract him from his budding voice acting career. He’s earned a few loyal fans, and if he keeps at it, he may even earn enough to pay the bills…
When Sato meets Aoi at the local anime store, it isn’t exactly love at first sight but there’s definitely a spark. Both of them tread carefully as commitment issues and a troubled past seem to muck things up before they can start. Sato and Aoi learn that to have their happily-ever-after, they’ll have to take a leap of faith… and hope to be caught.
Would It Be Okay to Love You? is the first book in a gay romance series set in Japan. If you like original characters, anime culture, and simmering chemistry, then you’ll love Amy Tasukada’s charming multicultural love story.
Omar expected his time in Salvus to be difficult, but he had no idea what was waiting for him there. His crash course in just what it means to be an alpha in the beta-run city has taught him that there’s no mercy for him… and his goal of rescuing his mate seems impossible — because now he’s the one who needs to escape.
I lucked into the perfect roommate this year: pretty to look at, eager to please, happy to do any and every damn thing I want, sometimes even before I know I want it. And even though I’m here on a football scholarship, not some kind of brainiac academic one like he is, I’m still smart enough to know I shouldn’t mess with a good thing.
It’s why I gave myself one rule: hands off pretty little Sean Cabot.
I mean, shouldn’t be too hard, right? There are plenty of other willing twinks available to keep me happy this year, so there’s no need to obsess about the only one I told myself I can’t touch…
CAN’T TOUCH is a 54,000 word gay college romance between a cocky jock and the sweet, sheltered boy who just wants to be good for him. Read it if you like bossy jocks, boys who like it that way, unapologetic power imbalances, and a hefty dose of praise
Welcome to Preston College. A top-ranked biology program? Check. Division One football? Check. A shy genius and a hot jock both stuck on campus for the summer? Now things are heating up…
Last year, the cutting edge research project my biology professor tapped me for confirmed that fated mates are real… and despite the odds (and the fact that we’re all members of a celibacy club!!) two of my roommates met theirs.
I met someone last year, too. He was an alpha. He was a football player. He was gorgeous and funny and really, really nice. Besides science, he was basically the only thing I could think about all year long. But alphas don’t notice me and sports just confuse me, so now that Bryce Connors doesn’t need me to tutor him anymore, I’ll probably never see him again.
Too bad it will probably take longer than that to stop wishing I could…
Nineteen years ago, my dad gave up his pro football career to raise me, and ever since the first time he handed me a ball I’ve only had one priority: realizing the dreams he never had a chance to. But don’t get me wrong, I’m not just gonna make it for him. I most definitely love football, too. In fact, up until last year, I would’ve said that outside of my dad, it was the only thing I loved.
And okay, all right, maybe “love” is too big of a word for my new #1 priority, the crazy-smart omega who saved my scholarship last year, Emmett Christianson… but then again, the way I haven’t been able to get him off my mind? Maybe it’s not.
That’s why, when I head back to campus for summer workouts, I’ve got a plan…
MAKE ME TRUST YOU is the third 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 aren’t expecting a fated mate of their own sometimes still find them.
This is a rerelease. It has been re-edited with added scenes and chapters.
If opposites attract, a nerd who loves partying and a quiet cowboy with a temper is as opposite as they come.
Greg Mitchell endured a childhood filled with abuse and addiction. He put all that behind him six years ago and has built a life that might not be perfect, but it’s simple. Between finishing his college courses and his work on the farm, he doesn’t have time for much. Not even Brian Stockwell, the cute accountant who he’s been in love with for as long as he could remember. When he lets his secret out in one drunken confession, his simple life becomes a complicated mess.
Re-edited with added scenes and chapters.
: Contains a scene with verbal and physical abuse.
MOUTH TO MOUTH RESUSCITATION
After the death of their mother, Frank “Saint” Jeffrey knew the only way to protect his younger brother was to strike a deal with their autocratic, cruel, abusive father. In exchange for his brother’s freedom to live his life as he wished, Saint promised to follow in his father’s footsteps and become a preeminent surgeon in his father’s medical practice. When events he never could have predicted took away Saint’s ability to perform surgery, the bargain became null and void. With no safety net, and a life without purpose, Saint moved across the country, bought a wreck of a building in DTLA, and hoped while resurrecting the property he’d find a reason to live again. Then Max Connor entered his life, and Saint was dragged from the darkness of desolation into the light of love.
Sometimes a risk feels too big to take.
Tanner is smart, wealthy, and head over heels for his administrative assistant. That doesn’t mean he’s going to do anything about it, though. Some gambles are just too big for an omega to take, even one who seems to have it all. Omegas are supposed to be family-oriented, go-getters at work, and equal in every way. The one thing they’re not supposed to be is submissive.
Shane is organized, built like a tank, and passionate about making his boss’s life easier. He also might be in love with Tanner, but he’s always been careful to keep that safely tucked away. Tanner could be the perfect man, but he’s never even looked twice at Shane until secrets start coming to the surface.
When everything is riding on one confession, is the risk just too much?
Story Contains: M/m sexual content, BDSM elements, non-shifter alpha/omega dynamics, edging, and spanking.
Author’s note: While future stories in this universe might contain mpreg, most books will not. Also, there is a free prequel to the series. You can find the link on the author’s site.
Will doesn’t know that his safe but unfulfilling life as a Call Center Supervisor is about to be turned upside down. Or that the man responsible is sitting next to him waiting for the same delayed flight.
Adam Summers is confident, successful, gorgeous, and about to sign the contract that will cost Will his job.
Corporate policy says they should keep their hands off each other, but they can’t. Is their growing affection worth the risk to Adam’s career? And what will Will’s future look like when their companies, and their lives, have merged?
Merge Ahead is a full-length, standalone MM romance.
Apex Racing is expanding and absorbing Pilot and his lovers. Everyone is happy with it…except Johnny. He’s feeling constantly left out and more alone than ever before. It’s time to seek out his own win, and find his holeshot even if it’s off the track and away from Pilot.
Gavin is determined to put together the hottest Supercross team, and he wants that to include Bryce Nickels, but that seems almost impossible since he signed with Apex. Perhaps, he needs a new angle, like the sexy business partner of the bodyguard, Johnny Killebrew. Maybe he’ll sign on more than he bargained for.
Everyone is chasing their own dreams, but Johnny isn’t sure he even has one.