In Safe Arms (My Truth Book 2)
Will he risk it all to be in safe arms?
When a damaged man stumbles on a second chance, it’s all too easy to turn and run. It takes a determined photographer to convince him risk is worth it all.
People deserve a second chance, right? How about a third or fourth?
But what if I can’t even admit to myself who I am? I was truthful once before. I came out to one other person, and he left me broken and scarred. He destroyed the boy I was. I don’t even use the same name anymore; I go by Trent now. But I survived the streets. I got lucky and I made something of myself. I’m happy, sort of.
It’s Angelo who lights up my life. He’s my world. My rock and my family. He’s always there for me. But I keep hurting him. I say stupid things, and I always keep him at a distance. Still, he knows me better than anyone.
And I want him. But I can’t let myself go there. Not again.
I’ve lived in denial for so long and it’s killing me. In my weakest moments, I reach for Angelo and when he slips into my arms, I can breathe. He’s my solace. Selflessly, he’s there and he never expects anything in return. No judgment, not even an explanation. Having him in my arms is everything, and it’s getting harder to push him away. I’m not sure I want to anymore.
He doesn’t date, but he deserves to be loved. Cherished. Then he drops a bombshell—he’s found The One. I wish he’d fallen for me. I need that second chance to tell him. I need to risk it all because in his arms, I’m safe. I’m me.
TRIGGER WARNING This book contains information about sexual assault and/or violence which may be triggering to survivors.
From the moment Damien walked into my gym, I knew he was trouble. But I couldn’t resist when he gestured for me to follow him to the locker room. I watched as his workout clothes dropped from his perfectly-toned body, but I couldn’t keep my distance for long. Little did I know, we’d met before, but this time he made it clear he wanted to show me something I’d never forget.
Oral Arguments: A Secret Relationship by Ian Finn
Am I falling for the enemy?
I was crushed when I found out my long-term boyfriend Gage had been cheating on me for years. All I can do now is try to put that relationship behind me and focus on my future career goals.
At my law firm’s outreach event, I meet Calvin, a quirky, cute artist, and sparks immediately fly. Things are going great between us and I’m starting to think, “Gage who?!”
Then I’m assigned at work to represent Gage, of all people, in a lawsuit his ex-filed against him. Gage is such a manipulative jerk that he specifically requested me, just to screw with me. And my boss won’t take no for an answer.
Imagine my surprise when I find out that the person suing Gage is my new flame, Calvin. Yep. I’ve been falling in love with the guy Gage cheated on me with! But Calvin swears he was just as wronged, as he hadn’t known Gage was with me.
We were both played— and are still being played— by Gage. And now I’m being forced to choose between love and career.
Can Calvin and I find a way through this legal and personal drama to our own happy ever after?
I moved all the way from San Francisco to New York City to be with my boyfriend Gage. But after I arrived, I found out he had had a boyfriend here all along!
I want nothing to do with him and I give myself a year to see if I can make it as an artist in NYC. My only solace is in meeting Matt, a sweet, handsome lawyer.
When I find out that Gage is selling the paintings I left at his place on eBay, I see red. I have no choice but to sue him, which falls right into his evil trap to keep messing with me.
Imagine my surprise when I find out that his lawyer is my new flame, Matt! We didn’t know we had the same ex, just as we hadn’t known he had been cheating. And now we have to stay on the downlow so as not to mess up the case. Not to mention the fact that Matt’s boss doesn’t even know that he’s gay.
I can’t understand why Matt is representing the ex he swears he’s over as much as I am. I tell myself he was just a fling and that I don’t need him in my life. But I can’t seem to let him go, so maybe I should let my paintings and the lawsuit go, instead.
Will our love for each other destroy both of our careers?
Or is there a way to come out as a real couple and find lasting happiness?
Oral Argumentsis an opposites attract, enemies to lovers, coming out, secret relationship steamy male/male romance. Part of the Legally Yoursseries, it is a full-length standalone novel of over 60,000 words with no cliffhanger, it combines humor, heat, heart, and a very happy ever after.
At the Corner of Rock Bottom & Nowhere by L.A. Witt
Blackjack dealer and stripper Adrian West has lived in Las Vegas long enough to be numb to beggars on the Strip. Their destitution is a sad, ugly part of reality in a city where people win or lose it all at the tables every single day.
So he’s at a loss to explain why the homeless man in the suit catches his eye. Why he can’t just keep on walking like he always does.
Former advertising executive Max Reynolds is a Las Vegas cliché. After a run of bad luck costs him his boyfriend, his job, and his home, he’s decided to go out with a bang—a week of high-rolling capped off with a peaceful overdose in a luxury hotel room.
When a last second epiphany keeps him from finishing the job, he’s ready to live again… but he doesn’t have a dime to his name. He has nothing.
That is until a stranger takes him in off the street. Max may have hit rock bottom, but now he has a glimmer of hope and an unexpected friendship.
A friendship that just might turn into everything neither man knew he was missing.
This novel is approximately 51,000 words.
More Than Friends by Aria Grace
Now you can get Books 1 and 2 of the More Than Friends series in one edition. Don’t get caught waiting to buy the next book when you can have it at your fingertips.
In Book 1, Ryan is struggling to get over the break up from his long-term girlfriend. When he finally decides a fling might be exactly what he needs to move on, he expects to find it in a woman. But when he meets Drea’s hot cousin, he feels an attraction to Zach that he’s never felt before. But Ryan isn’t gay.
In Book 2, Ryan and Zach have been together for eight blissful months. Just as they are about to take their relationship to the next level, a visit with Zach’s ex changes everything.
For mature readers. Includes an MMM scene.
Mr. Jaguar by KA Merikan
— One day you’ll be pumping my gas —
Mike Miller’s life has gone to shit. The formerly popular high school quarterback now works at a gas station in the middle of nowhere. The last thing he needs is meeting the guy he used to bully at school and seeing him all sorts of polished up. James is now the proud owner of an amazing silver Jaguar and a self-made millionaire. It seems that the day couldn’t get any worse for Mike, but James ‘Lovelace’ Austin might just turn out to be his golden ticket out of the job he hates.
When James Austin meets Mike Miller, his high school crush and tormentor all in one, working at an old, dirty gas station, it feels as if the stars have finally aligned in his favor. He wants to finally get his revenge on the guy, but when Mike turns out to be gay, the whole afternoon takes a turn for the surreal. Instead of just humiliating Mike at his workplace, James decides to hire him for a weekend at a conference he’s attending. A hot guy by his side is the only accessory James needs to rub his success in the faces of his frenemies.
Only problem is, a gay Mike Miller might be too much of a blast from the past than James ever expected. If James wants his nerdy heart safe from the hunky jock, he needs to keep Mike at arms length. The task would be a lot easier if Mike wasn’t unashamedly hitting on James. Or is it just James’s money Mike is after?
Themes: cinderfella, enemies to lovers, escort, bullying, jock/nerd, mechanic, millionaire, old flame, high school crush
Genre: contemporary M/M romance
Length: ~ 33.000 words
Contains some adult M/M content.