Fifteen years ago, Prince Graham of Ardglass barely escaped from the ancestral castle with his young life. Rescued by a magical creature and spirited off to a faraway valley, he grew into a strong, capable man—never shirking his duties on the farm, but forever bitter over his father’s betrayal. But just when he has finally come to terms with being lost and staying lost, a visitor arrives in his valley and changes everything.
After a lifetime spent lost in his beloved books, Prince Emory awakens to find his villainous aunt working to usurp the throne of Fontaine. When she sends him on a dangerous quest, he’s certain the journey is a trap, but he’s not willing to accept defeat without a fight.
But a fight is something Rory is unprepared and untrained for, until he’s saved by a handsome, unassuming farmhand and his snooty, smug, and surprisingly talkative unicorn.
Fleeing from his existence as an outcast child in a fanatic cult, Finn Masterson makes his way to Los Angeles, only to find an unforgiving city with little prospects for a teenager with few life skills. After years of living on the streets in DTLA, doing anything and everything required to survive, Finn finds a home, a job, and kindness with Saint Jeffrey, who is renovating a grand old building mere blocks from Skid Row. Finn knows better than to trust a good thing, so when harassing texts and calls culminate in threats to the people he has come to care about—especially a former Marine, Miguel Fernandez—Finn returns to the streets to keep those he loves safe. But one single-minded, stubborn warrior brings Finn back into the fold, and they defeat his last remaining enemy giving them the freedom to pursue their forever.
Audie Currell, the only son of one of the richest families in Charleston, runs off from his parent’s wine tasting with his father’s business associate’s son, Calhoun Chatterton. They start dating in secret. But Audie’s abusive childhood stands in the way of an authentic relationship — as does their families’ homophobia. They have to hide their relationship while coping with Audie’s trauma. Can two naive teenagers manage such a difficult task?
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.
A bitter lone wolf
An angry Alpha
A kidnapping gone wrong
A cult planning to end shifterkind…
Being kidnapped wasn’t on my list of things to do tonight, but seeing as my life was already halfway down the shitter? Why not? I have no family. No pack. No home. No one will miss me.
To add insult to injury, the very ticked off Alpha wolf who’s taken me hostage? Just happens to be my fated mate. I hate him. I want him. Love is complicated when all you want to do is gouge his eyes out.
But even if we mated, he won’t want me once he sees the brand on my chest. I’m marked. Hunted. A danger to him and his pack…
Too bad I’m too selfish to walk away.
Finding Home is a 34,000 word paranormal romance, and the first book in the Northpoint Wolves series. There are mpreg elements in later books, and this series is a bit darker than my usual fare, but there is a guaranteed HEA for all my couples.
**Note: See Author’s Note for list of potential triggers, and read with care.
Once, I never would have imagined my twin wouldn’t want to be with me. We shared a room, shared DNA, shared everything… until we didn’t.
IVAN: I’ve always loved Eric more than I should, but when we were younger, it never occurred to me that the way I loved him was too much. All I ever wanted was to be everything he needed, but when he locked me out of his life, I had to face the fact that he didn’t feel the same.
It wasn’t until now that I realized I’d never known exactly what it was he craved. But now that I do? No one else is going to give it to him but me.
Once, I never would have imagined showing my twin just how twisted and dark I was inside. He was everything good, everything I wasn’t, everything I loved… and I’d rather lock him out than lose him forever.
ERIC: I’ve always known my twin was too good for me, and once I got old enough to understand my sick desires, I knew the only way to keep him was to shut him out. Not completely, because I could never stand that, but just enough to make sure he’d never find out how twisted I really was.
I’d rather die than let Ivan hate me, and I’ve certainly never dared to dream that finding out my dark secret would make him love me even more.
EVERYTHING HE NEEDS is a 12,000-word taboo gay romance short story with a happy ending that comes at knife point, because sometimes the best way to love the one you shouldn’t is to force him to realize that what he really needs is you.
He’ll love him in any lifetime.
Neil isn’t a ghost, but he feels like one. Reincarnated with all his memories from his prior life, he spent twenty years trapped in a child’s body, wanting nothing more than to grow up and reclaim the love of his life.
As an adult, Neil finds there’s more than lost time separating them. Joshua has built a beautiful life since Neil’s death, and how exactly is Neil supposed to introduce himself? As Joshua’s long-dead lover in a new body? Heartbroken and hopeless, Neil takes refuge in his work, developing microscopic robots called nanites that can produce medical miracles.
When Joshua meets a young scientist working on a medical project, his soul senses something his rational mind can’t believe. Has Neil truly come back to him after twenty years? And if the impossible is real, can they be together at long last?
Any Given Lifetime is a stand-alone, slow burn, second chance gay romance by Leta Blake featuring reincarnation and true love. This story includes some angst, some steam, an age gap, and, of course, a happy ending.
Who keeps the Royal Marine’s heart safe when he’s running headlong into danger?
Akash Robinson fuses his Indian and British heritage into his baked creations. His life is all things sugar and spice, especially when a blind date leads him to the older military man of his dreams. Family, friends, and an unwanted admirer all threaten both his sanity and his budding romance.
Hamish Ross carries the names of his lost soldiers on his back. He takes his work seriously with no time for love. All it takes is one impulsive kiss to lead him into uncharted romantic waters.
When a sarcastic baker mixes with a stoic alpha marine, who will come out on top when the flour settles?
The Royal Marine is book four 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.