When fifteen-year-old Romeo’s mother leaves one day and doesn’t return, he finds himself homeless and trying to survive on the streets. Mute and terrified, his silence makes him vulnerable, and one night he is beaten by a gang of other kids, only to be rescued by a boy who pledges to take care of him.
Julian is barely two years older than Romeo. After running away from an increasingly violent homelife, he makes some difficult choices and ends up selling himself on the street to survive. Taking care of Romeo changes him, gives him a purpose in life, gives him hope, and though he tries to be strong and keep his troubles with drugs behind him, living as they do is slowly destroying him, and he begins to doubt he can be strong enough.
This is the story of their struggle to find a way off the streets and stay together at all costs. But when events threaten to tear them apart, Romeo knows he must find the strength within himself to help Julian (and not let their love story turn into a tragedy).
An ex-playboy. A robot geek. Can their love last when the whole world finds out?
Robot fanboy Sato has spent too much time hiding the love of his life. But when Sato comes out to his parents, it doesn’t end well. He no longer wants to conceal his relationship, but he doubts his boyfriend is ready to step out into conservative Japan.
Aoi might spend all day moaning as an erotic voice actor, but he doubts his legion of fangirls will approve if he comes out. With his career on the line, Aoi feels like Sato has pushed him to the breaking point.
As Sato opens up to more people about his sexuality, can they find a compromise that will make them both happy, or will it be too much for Aoi?
Year Two is the fourth book in the gay romance seriesWould it Be Okay to Love You? ? If you like Japanese culture and sizzling romance, you’ll love this year-in-the-life anthology collection.
An enemies-to-lovers BDSM gay romance.
Thorne is the talented cat burglar who delights in relieving the wealthy of their fine art and gemstones.
Lane is the kinky prosecutor who’ll do almost anything to avoid sending Thorne to prison.
Even if it means he has to take Thorne’s punishment into his own hands…
They’re on opposite sides of the law, but somehow they can’t stay apart. This standalone gay romance novel includes a stolen painting, a missing gemstone, lemon cookies, and several scenes of steamy BDSM action between two men who can’t help proving that opposites attract.
Safe, sane, consensual. No cheating or cliffhangers. Always a happy ending.
There’s a new single dad in the group, and he wants more than just support.
I’ve got problems on the job, but I’m in luck: the new dad at my support group is exactly who I need. James is sympathetic when I tell him my boss won’t stop coming on to me. I’m up for a huge promotion, and I need help. Maybe a fake relationship will make my boss back off.
But when James offers to be my pretend boyfriend, I’m forced to start thinking about romance again. Acting is one thing, but I don’t do real relationships, and besides, he’s straight—or so he says. This relationship was supposed to be just one dinner, but we’re getting closer than I expected.
Straight men make the perfect fake boyfriends, but this romance doesn’t feel fictional.
It’s my first day in the single dad support group, and the single part is already at risk.
I came to this group for advice on single parenting, but Ellis has more to offer. He’s a good dad being harassed by his all-too-forward boss, so naturally I want to help. I’m straight, so it doesn’t bother me that he needs a pretend boyfriend.
But faking it turns out to be harder than I realized, especially when I get to know him better. He’s completely charming, and irresistible to boot. I want to veer off the straight and narrow with Ellis, but his past is holding him back. I’m falling for him, and I’m not sure how much longer I can pretend.
Our kids are playing matchmakers, and this fake relationship is starting to feel real.
This is the first book in the Fairview Single Dads series. It can be enjoyed as a standalone with no cliffhanger. Readers can expect a spicy MM romance with several steamy scenes.
Eric Lyle leads a rather unremarkable and lonely life. His journalism degree fails to land him a choice job, forcing him to carve out his existence writing outlandish stories for a rag newspaper. He is about as low as one man can go. When he stumbles on the story of a lifetime, and the smoking hot blue alien warrior who completely upends his life, Eric is not ready for the effect the knee-melting golden eyes have on him.
Xes of the Lehaviin Order is on a mission to bring back a bounty, dead or alive. After a crash landing strands both Xes and his bounty on a small world at the edges of known Galactic space, he is drawn toward the intriguingly attractive Terran. At first, his interest is out of curiosity. It develops deeper by Eric’s resilience under trying circumstances. Xes is powerless in the face of his strong attraction to Eric, wanting to claim the Terran as his own. For a warrior-monk, feelings are not an option. His life has no room for a mate.
With an alien criminal still on the loose, they don’t stand a chance to be together. Once Xes completes his mission, he will return to his Order. Between hunting down the criminal, potential discovery by the men in black, and the arrival of Xes’ Order to extract him when the job is done, there’s no time to discuss their options and time is running out. When Xes is gone, Eric will be alone once more.
Provided Xes can keep Eric alive, of course.
Xes | Warrior Monks of Lehaviin is a 30K, unapologetically steamy instalove 30k length novella with a hot, blue bounty hunter from another planet, a cute and scrappy Terran in the middle of an existential crisis, raw macaroni and time running out before the men in black show up to haul everyone away.
My sister Julia manipulated my life into a prison to keep me silent about our dirty family secret. Her greed made me a slave and circumstance left me with no way to escape.
Trapped, the only way I could silence the nightmares driving me to insanity was to wrap them in color, hold them with shadow, and stitch them to negative space with line.
But no matter how bright the pigments, no one could see my confession.
Except for Roy Callahan.
I thought he was just another nameless one-night stand in a long line of many.
But I was wrong. Roy could see past the façade of my life and through the veil color over the canvas. He could see what the world couldn’t.
And with him I’d find the courage to tell the truth about the boy.
The boy who kissed me.
The boy who loved me.
The boy whose name I couldn’t remember.
Charlie Harrington not only sees the dead and speaks with them, he can make them real. Lucky for him, because the love of his life, Ethan, isn’t among the living.
While their relationship is unusual, things are good between them until Charlie is accused of murder and Detective Daniel Briggs walks into his life. Then, for the first time in years, Charlie is attracted to someone alive.
Ethan knows he should step aside and let Charlie live his life, but he just can’t give Charlie up–even if staying with Charlie may eventually kill him.