Two years after Grayson broke up with his last girlfriend, he’s still trying to work up the courage to date men. Not that he expects to find his first boyfriend at a nightclub. He doesn’t even know how to tell a prospective date that he is a transgender man, much less does he want to give his heart away to the first person he meets.
Or to the first people he meets, for that matter. But flirty, femme Marco and his suave boyfriend Demir might be just want Grayson needs. Could there be room for one more in their Happily Ever After? This standalone novel features lots of steam, erotic exploration, and three sweet men who face unexpected loss but find what they need in each other.
An M/M/M romance with a guaranteed HEA for Demir, Marco, and Grayson. This standalone novel features lots of steam, erotic exploration, and three sweet men who face unexpected loss but find what they need in each other. Enjoy!
Some secrets can get you killed, even if you’re already dead.
Valentin Alekseev prays for death while running for his life, hunted for secrets he shouldn’t know exist. Sick and alone, his coven decimated, he’s in such bad shape, he can’t even tell that the man who caught his eyes is a shifter.
For Shawn Dougal, falling for a man, especially a vampire, was never an option. After all, shifters and bloodsuckers don’t mix. They haven’t for centuries, not since the war that nearly whipped out their races. But he can’t deny his attraction for Valentin. Nor can he resist from breaking into a vampire castle to retrieve him when Valentin is kidnapped in search for a powerful artifact.
With their enemies hot on their heels, their only chance to survive is to find the artifact first. Their quest leads them into Russia, Valentin’s home. More secrets are unearthed on the way there, and betrayals threaten to destroy both of them.
In a world where nothing is as it seems, can a vampire a shifter survive together? And is their relationship strong enough for them to face the powerful enemies coming for them?
Can Wes forgive the mistakes Reece made in the past?
Wesley ‘Wes’ Andrews had kept a secret for years. A relationship that no one knew about, a person he’d loved like no other. When he left without saying goodbye, somehow Wes had managed to pick up the pieces of his shattered heart and put them back together and make something of his life.
Now, that person was coming back to live in Sater’s Creek and Wes felt angry. Angry that after all these years this man felt like he could walk back into Wes’ life and carry on like nothing had happened.
Could Reece prove to Wes he could be trusted or had too much time and damage passed for Wes to heal from the hurt Reece had caused?
Ten years ago Jon’s passion for the piano took him across the country to New York, where a demanding concert career consumed his life and left him no time to look back. His father’s stroke is the only thing that brings him home to Seattle. The sickroom makes for a dreary holiday until Jon runs into Bo, whose inner light can make anything sparkle.
Bo loves the holidays: the food, the crafts, the glitter! A fling with an old school friend—who grew up to be his celebrity crush—makes a good thing better. The season turns sour, though, when Jon is offered a gig he can’t refuse. He wants Bo to share the moment, but Bo doesn’t fly. Anywhere. Ever. Is this goodbye, or will a handmade ornament bring Jon home to Bo?
Kit Macken is used to not being wanted. Hugo Serin is injured, isolated and drifting. After a chance meeting nudges them together, can they bring sunshine into each other’s lives?
He fell from his ivory tower and landed in the gutter.
This isn’t a fairy tale.
Louis isn’t Prince Charming.
And Sebastian can make it on his own.
Socks for an Otter is a heartwarming riches-to-rags MM romance brewed with hurt, comfort, comedy, a second chance at love, age gap, and men from different worlds who will give you all the feels.
A footballer forced in the closet. A rocker forced into his birthright. The collision that kicks off a star crossed romance.
When Brandon Havili gets recruited by the FBI, he’s immediately assigned to shadow his brother and the psychic Donovan’s anchored to. Brandon doesn’t mind this in the slightest. He loves his brother, Jon seems cool, and it’s a great way to learn how to be an anchor, which is what the FBI wants him for. It’s supposedly three weeks of just following people around and observing.
But there’s a hitch in the plans. Brandon accidentally picks up a hitchhiker of the ghostly variety. Donovan is NOT pleased. Jon is amused to no end.
FBI Medium Mackenzie Lafayette is not at all what Brandon expects. And for once, he’s quite happy to ditch the plan. Returning to Nashville can wait. He’s got a sexy medium to figure out first.
When my smokin’ but surly neighbor gets snowed in, I rush gallantly to his rescue. After all, helping others is what the holidays are all about. But after glimpsing the sweet man beneath Nash’s prickly holiday-hating exterior, I’m determined to find out why Nash doesn’t think he’s worthy of love—and if anyone can prove him wrong, it’s me.
Erik Josef is a forty-three-year-old, recently divorced businessman with one goal: wrap up his last project of the year so he can spend the holidays in Tahiti. All he wants is drinks on a beach, served to him by a woman in a bikini.
While waiting at an airport bar for his business partner to fly into Buffalo, New York, he encounters Seth Cobb, a chatty travel writer waiting for a flight to Pittsburgh to visit his family.
After a huge snowstorm grounds all flights, a mix-up at the Williamsville Inn leads to Erik and Seth sharing a room. Seth’s love of Christmas gets on Erik’s last nerve, but a mugful of Seth’s hot chocolate slowly melts Erik’s icy exterior.
When Erik realizes he’s attracted to Seth, he must choose between the life he’s always known, or a new adventure with a man a decade younger and a second chance at happiness.
Jake’s too big for most Doms to handle, until Eduardo comes along to tame him.
Jake is his own worst enemy, an ex-Marine struggling to meet everyday challenges now that he no longer has the externally-imposed discipline of the service. He longs to submit, but needs a master who can make him do it, and he’s developed a reputation for fighting back that has Doms giving him a wide berth.
Eduardo knows a bit about taming wild animals, and Jake definitely needs to be tamed. It’ll take a loving hand and firm discipline to turn a rebellious brat set on destroying his life into a lover and partner.
Tamed in an M/M domestic discipline novella.
Will Johnson is traveling for work the weeks before Christmas and staying in a small hotel in upstate New York. It’s all pretty routine, until he discovers his window overlooks the courtyard patio of one of his favorite up and coming gay singers, Rex Garland. Even further outside of Will’s routine is overhearing Rex’s creative process as the singer struggles to write an original Christmas song.
When Will receives a flash of lyrical inspiration, he decides to share the lyrics with his idol in a secret note left on Rex’s patio table. This sets off a chain of events that include coincidental meetings, more inspired lyrics, and a tiny snowman that just might capture Rex’s heart and make this Christmas one neither of them will ever forget.