Recently traded to the newly formed Vermont Trailblazers, professional hockey player Roman Kinsey needs to focus on helping the team win games and filling the stands, not on the blond, bespectacled part-timer who works at the library he volunteers at. He knows all too well that outing himself equals heartache and ridicule…or worse.
Cody Evans, psych major and grad school hopeful, notices everything and thinks too much. But he doesn’t know what to think when he sees Roman reading to kids. The rugged hockey player just doesn’t look like the type. But it stirs something in him, something he’s never felt before.
When the library is threatened with closure, Cody enlists Roman’s help. As they get to know each other better…much, much better…they realize that they have more in common than books. But Roman’s keeping a big part of himself from his team, and giving in to his feelings for Cody might be more than he’s willing to risk.
Six years ago, an ultimatum forced Dan Greyson to make a choice that cost him everything he loved most. One of those things? His boyfriend, Ashton. Now that they’ve crossed paths again, Dan isn’t about to let the opportunity slip away. Ash’s reappearance in his life is the catalyst Dan needs to escape the rut he’s fallen into…and win back Ash’s trust and love.
Ashton Yager didn’t mean to publicly come out as bisexual. Now that he has, he’s got to deal with the consequences, including the fact that it might’ve cost him his NHL contract. With his job on the line, he needs to work hard and play the best hockey of his life.
When a hurricane forces Ash to seek shelter out-of-state, he and Dan find themselves in the same B&B. With everything Ash has on the line, does he dare play with fire again?
Six months earlier, Rory was crowned King Emory of Fontaine in a spectacular ceremony. Gray knows his place is by his beloved’s side, but he discovers being a consort to a King isn’t quite like being a King himself. Instead of leading armies and negotiating treaties, he spends his days placating nobles and assigning seats at banquets. He knows he’s capable of much more, but Rory refuses to listen.
As Gray and Rory are pushed to their own breaking point, a new threat emerges on the horizon. Will the lovers vanquish it and forge their own happily ever after? Or will their future be forever tainted by evil magic? Sometimes, what you need most is actually right in front of you. Join Rory, Gray and Evrard on one last magical quest for true love.
When a third witch vanishes from Vancouver, the witches of Hollystone Coven spin a charm to catch the killer. But spells ripple and, in the ensuing chaos, an innocent girl gets caught in the charm. As obsessed with the killer as the killer is with him, High Priest Estrada vows to stop the man.
As one of you has spun the charm, now none of you are safe from harm. One who all felt they could trust, breeds deception cloaked in lust. One will gain their heart’s desire, while yet another pays with fire. Before the dark of winter night, four souls pass over into light. Once begun it cannot end, but circles round as circles bend.
W. L. Hawkin weaves threads of Macbeth and ancient Irish myth with edgy romance in this mysterious urban fantasy. One reader says: “there’s enough steamy bisexual polyamory here to make Anne Rice swoon!”
Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf?
Not this redhead.
Devon Murphy has never believed that there were fairies at the bottom of the garden, but when he’s in an accident on his way to his grandmother’s house and comes face to face with the biggest, baddest wolf he’s ever seen, he’s forced to reconsider.
When his grandmother asks him to look into a string of suspicious accidents, he finds a much bigger mystery to unravel. From his childhood best friend to the too-attractive Deputy Wade Hunter, everyone in Rowan Harbor seems to have something to hide. Devon has to get to the bottom of it all before the accidents turn deadly.
Archer’s black heart bleeds for no one…
Archer hates love stories. Give him loud music, obscure art, and horror movies, and he’ll be content. Although completely normal on the surface, Archer’s arrogance and prickly demeanor doesn’t make him many friends. Not that he gives a flying f*ck because relationships are for the weak.
I’ve got it bad for my best friend, but he’s only had eyes for my sister since we were kids. I don’t know what I’ll do if they hook up — especially after a drunken kiss West doesn’t seem to remember. Seeing them together just might kill me, so why I offer to help him hone his dating skills, I’ll never know. FML.
Ever since a drunken kiss we haven’t talked about, I’ve been seeing Adam in a new light. Trouble is, he thinks I want his sister. This whole bisexual awakening thing is scary, and I don’t want to risk our friendship by moving too fast. But when Adam mocks my dating skills, I come up with a genius plan: Five Fake Dates.
A few fake dates, increasingly real kisses, and a tiny deception between friends. What could go wrong?
All they have left is their pride.
Elliot Smith was once a hotshot attorney, but those days are long gone. A midlife crisis of conscience has left him with shattered confidence, abandoned by his former friends and scraping by at a legal aid clinic. When a smoking hot bad boy rescues him from the side of the road, Elliot is sure he doesn’t stand a chance.
After a misspent youth boosting cars, Lucas Kelly runs his own garage and is finally getting his life back on track. He isn’t about to risk everything by daring to hope for something more, especially not with a man so far above his pay-grade.
The heat between them is enough to have them questioning everything they thought they knew about themselves. But is explosive chemistry enough to keep them together when Elliot’s career threatens to drive them apart?
I challenged myself: two weeks to make Izak quit. But you know what they say about the best-laid plans. The stubborn meathead refuses to bend, and for some reason, it’s stupidly endearing.
Sleeping with your bodyguard is a bad idea nine times out of ten. I know that better than anyone because I’ve had about a million bodyguards and haven’t been attracted to any of them—until now.
But you know what’s an even worse idea? Falling in love with your bodyguard.
Love can change a soul. But can it save one life?
Colm Weathercliff is a simple fisherman with an uncanny some might say preternatural knack for his trade. He thought leaving his small village to take his father’s ashes to the capital city of Caithmor for a proper burial would be the grandest adventure of his life.
At first, all his hopes seem to be fulfilled. He finds a home where he’s accepted without question, the freedom to use his talent to its fullest effect, and love with Nichol, a man with a longing for the sea as powerful as Colm’s.
But Caithmor holds as many dangers as it does attractions. Colm’s greatest secret turns out to be a dark revelation that gets him and his family shunned and changes everything he thought he knew about himself.
The truth about his parentage, his gift, even his physical form could poison his chance for love. And doom both him and Nichol to a gruesome, inescapable fate.