When the wrong man turns out to be the right one…
Nash, a longtime Dirty Angels MC member and lead singer of Dirty Deeds, has a secret. For years, he’s hidden his bisexuality from his brothers, fellow bikers, worried how they’d take the news. But Nash isn’t the only one keeping secrets from his brotherhood. So is Cross, a police officer and member of the Blue Avengers MC.
As opposite as they come, when Cross spots Nash across the bar, he can’t resist the unexpected attraction. Then lines are crossed, boundaries blurred. And they need to survive in two different worlds where men who like other men aren’t usually accepted, and where bikers and cops don’t mix.
Reality and fantasy are two different things. The fantasy being Cross and Nash can be together, that they can make it work. The reality being their situation is impossible. Cross will never give up being a cop. Nash will never give up being a biker. What either of them would have to walk away from is more than anyone should ask for. In the end, fighting reality could be a losing battle in a war they might never win.
Note: A standalone, Crossing the Line is a crossover gay romance involving a member of the Dirty Angels MC and one from the Blue Avengers MC. It includes forbidden love, enemies to lovers, cop vs biker, alpha vs alpha. As with all my books, it has no cliffhanger and an HEA.
Assured Elites pairs hot gay celebrities with their ideal match. But have they found the case that spoils their perfect record?
Pop singer Mikel loves brilliant older men. He’s having trouble meeting his celebrity crush, but he knows the matchmaking service can put the two of them together. So why do they insist he try a date with the hot doctor instead? This Curt guy with the silken hands is miles out of his league.
Top-flight neurosurgeon Curt can save lives, but he can’t seem to find that fabled work/life balance. His coworkers take matters into their own hands and sign him up with Assured Elites. A fun date or two with a young pop star could show Curt there’s more to life than long hours in the emergency room.
Everybody knows Curt and Mikel are made for each other. Everybody except them.
A Hotter Fire is a steamy romance that features an age gap, a doctor with gifted hands, a million-dollar toy, and a mysterious store that can disappear in a cloud of fog at a moment’s notice. Always a guaranteed happy ending, and absolutely no cheating or cliffhangers.
Each novel in the Assured Elites series deals with a different couple. Feel free to start anywhere and to read them in any order. The trilogy includes A Fiercer Heat (Book 1), A Higher Flame (Book 2), and A Hotter Fire (Book 3).
I can’t really complain about my life; I have a job I love and a best friend that fills the void of my nonexistent family, but sometimes I’m lonelier than I like to admit. Especially with the holiday season approaching, I can’t help but wish I had someone special to share it with.
My friend gives me a snow globe with a man and a snowy owl inside, and for some bizarre reason, this man starts showing up every night when I close my eyes. It’s… not real, but I can’t seem to get the guy out of my head. It probably shouldn’t surprise me that my brain conjures up the perfect man in my dreams… well, almost perfect if he’d stop claiming to be a warlock. But the crazy thing is that all of it—that he—feels so real.
When I start falling for the man, the warlock, I can’t help but wish that what we have in my dreams could be a reality. I know it can’t, but at least when I’m asleep, I can be with him—with Alaric.
Although this book is part of A Snow Globe Christmas series, it is a complete stand alone and it isn’t a requirement that you read the previous books to follow along. We wish everyone a happy holiday season.
A house exchange between two single men leads to a romantic new life for both of them.
Oliver and Kyle live thousands of miles apart, but each needs a break from his current life and love. Enter the Cloud B&B website, a wonderful new way to exchange homes for the holiday. They both muster their courage, and decide to visit another continent for Christmas.
In the UK, Oliver has been pining after his neighbour for far too long, living his comfortable but quiet life in a town in the New Forest. When his crush moves on in the worst possible way, Oliver is seduced by the chance to stay in fun-loving, sunny Miami.
In Miami, Kyle is a club owning workaholic, who suddenly discovers the man he lives with has been unfaithful. Yet again. As consolation, Kyle is tempted to see first hand the picturebook charm of the New Forest in winter.
Both of them find not just a new setting but a new romance. Oliver makes a big effort to shed his inhibitions and meets a musician, Mark, who plays in the Florida bars, and who may be just as cautious and polite as Oliver in making the first move.
And while Kyle’s trying to come to terms with England’s very different culture—and food!—he’s charmed by Oliver’s best friend Edward, who’s bold and sexy, but secretive.
Will Oliver take the leap of faith and encourage a lover who can and will give the commitment he deserves? And will Kyle find a man who can be loyal and also offer Kyle the family life he needs?
But perhaps more importantly—when Christmas is over, can a new life survive?
Levi’s family knows he needs to find a way out of his funk and be a part of the world again. His brother, Jesse, invites Levi to join him in sunny Spain for the holidays, but a delay at the airport finds Levi at Jesse’s home while his brother is stranded in Scotland. Luckily Alejandro—Alex—is on hand with a key, a friendly smile, and a willingness to keep Levi company. He might even manage to draw Levi out of his shell for some mutual flirting.
Levi surprises himself when he accepts an invitation to spend New Year’s Eve with Alex at Alex’s café, but is he ready for more when it means jumping back into life feetfirst? Besides, with an ocean between them and Alex hiding a part of his life that Levi isn’t sure he can handle, they’ll need their own Three Kings’ Day miracle to stay together.
Hometown Christmas by Garrett Leigh
Yani Nicolaou is sworn off love for good. After fleeing a bad break-up in London, the only blood, sweat, and tears he has left are for his gyro stall at the Christmas market. Rebound fling? No thanks. He’s sticking to one-night-stands.
Ex-army vet Gavin Richie has even less capacity for romance. Managing a homeless shelter while recovering from injury keeps him far too busy. So what if he’s often alone? He’s content being single, or so he thinks until a chance meeting lights a spark he can’t ignore.
Yani is the warmth and affection Gavin hadn’t known he was missing. As Christmas lights up the city, their lives entwine in more ways than one. Falling for each other is easy. Holding on is harder, unless a hometown Christmas proves their love can last longer than the festive season.
A ticking clock. A deadly enemy. Can they keep their heads in the game when their hearts are already on the line?
Valentine Rivetti made a horrible mistake when he became a Marine Sniper at the age of twenty. Returning home with PTSD and a guilty conscience, he’s blackmailed into working for the mafia to save his family.
Maksim Kovalenko has everything he ever dreamed of growing up in a Ukrainian slum. As a notorious corporate attorney, he has the world at his feet. But wealth and power can’t protect him from the emptiness he feels every time he shuts his eyes.
When Val is arrested for a murder he didn’t commit, his redemption is a silver fox in a three-piece suit. But Val’s lucky day becomes Maksim’s nightmare when the mafia begins to cut loose ends… starting with them.
The passion between them is overwhelming, but can two solitary men learn to trust each other before it’s too late?
This novel is part of a series but can be read as a standalone. It contains an HEA and no cliffhangers.
Book 1 – Risk Assessment
Book 2 – Murder Aforethought
Book 3 – Other than Honorable
Dagger Drummond and Ryan Pierce have been married for years. They’ve experienced firsthand what living under the lights at center stage can do to even the strongest relationships, but somehow they’ve managed to remain on solid ground – until now.
Ryan realizes he wants more from their marriage, but Dagger is too fearful to give it to him. A disconnection is forged, and suddenly the two who are known as being the heart and soul of the dual touring bands, Black Ice and Ivory Tower, are out of sync. Having the backbone of the band family at odds sends Dagger home to make amends.
Just as their jagged edges begin to smooth, tragedy strikes and nearly rips them apart for good. It leaves one of them fighting for his life and both reaching for a future that may no longer be obtainable.
Fall Again is a full-length update story featuring the main characters from Fall For Me, Book One in the Rock Gods Series and comes with a hard-earned HEA.
I sat in Wyatt’s apartment, looking around at his tidy living room while he made me tacos in the kitchen. Jesus, this man was something else. He had his own version of cockiness. It was something like my own, only subtle. More mature.
He sang an old country song over the sizzling beef.
His voice was smooth and deep. It was a real turn on for me. Of course, I wouldn’t tell him that. I wouldn’t tell him that I genuinely liked him. He was funny and sweet. Something about him caused everything within me to shuffle.
I’d just been through a breakup. Well, technically, it had been a year. It was hard for me. I had always been the rambunctious, wild type. It was hard for me to take anything seriously. So, when I do, it meant that it was VERY serious. Apparently, the feeling wasn’t mutual for my ex. When you gave your heart away, you never stop to think it might be completely disregarded.
When someone gave you their heart, it was a gift, and a fragile one at that. That was something I had always believed.
I wasn’t a one-night-stand kind of guy. Chance was sweet and funny. I thought I’d really lucked out on my first night back in Louisiana. So, when Chance left before I could even say goodbye, it hurt. I liked him. I thought we really had a connection.
I’d just taken a new coaching job for the Breaux Bridge Community Center’s baseball team. The Mudbugs were a gang of guys who drank more than they slept. It was my job to whip them into shape, since their last coach (who was worse than them) broke his legs riding an arm chair that was attached to a four-wheeler.
You can imagine my surprise when Chance waltzed into the dugout over ten minutes late for our first practice. Having Chance on the team wasn’t going to be easy. Frankly, I was pissed at him. I may have punished him a teensy bit, that first practice. But mostly, I was insanely attracted to him.
I moved back to Breaux Bride because I had lost my way. Somehow, I knew that I would find it again in Chance. From the moment I met him, I knew he was special. He was holding back, though. He wouldn’t let me in.
I wouldn’t give up on him. That wasn’t even on the table.
Tristan Tate’s only Christmas Wish was wishing that Christmas would go away! It’s not that Tristan is any sort of Grinch, he’s simply… busy! Busy wooing clients, busy pitching deals and way too busy to put up Christmas lights.
So it’s just as well that Tristan—unbeknownst to him—has someone making his Christmas Wishes for him.
Enter Gabe, a handsome electrician willing to do more than simply help Tristan put up his Christmas lights to please his elderly and eternally grateful neighbors.
Will Tristan let this Christmas race by him like all the others? Or will this racy Christmas Eve be the first of many to come?
After a fight with his boyfriend Stephen, Gabe finds himself in a world where the two of them never met. Can he find his way home, and make things right between them, in time for Christmas?
-I wish I’d never met you, Stephen.-
When I went to visit the old plywood angel my mom always called the Wishing Angel, those weren’t the words I meant to say. See, I’d just had a big fight with my boyfriend, and I’d gone to see the Wishing Angel, the same way I did when I was a little kid, to wish that the two of us could somehow make up. But when Stephen broke up with me by text, I lost my temper, right in front of that old tattered angel, and lashed back, texting him with the cruelest words I could think of.
It’s a good thing the Wishing Angel can’t actually grant wishes.
Or can it?
A Christmas contemporary romance (with a touch of paranormal). 26,000 words. A sequel to my book DOMINANCE, but can be read alone.