Broken-hearted Doug’s been left at the altar. Tripp’s in a relationship that’s been taking on water for months. No one should be on a cruise alone, and Tripp has a simple solution: he and Doug will pretend to be husbands and enjoy everything a week of sea and sun has to offer. But as the week winds down can a lonely heart and a free spirit be brave enough to take a chance on love in the real world?
Keenan Day could kick himself for letting the hot, dark-haired stranger he met outside a strip club get away. Instead of a phone number, he gets a punch in the face—from the boyfriend of his prospective employer at the Cowboys and Angels bar. When two cops come to check up on him, one is the sexy stranger, Detective Nate Gordon.
The initial attraction hasn’t cooled, and though Nate is leery of commitment, one hookup turns into another until they’re seeing each other in everything but name. After a recent nasty breakup, Nate balks at being part of a couple, and Keenan agrees, even though that’s all he’s ever wanted.
Just as they reach a standstill, a crisis shows them what their friends have known all along—they’ve already moved way past hookups. Now they just have to decide how to move forward.
Do something new today.
Why he looks at his horoscope every day, Elias Hood doesn’t know. No nickel fortune ever helped him climb all the way up the corporate ladder. He’s about to make Vice President. Rocking the boat with “something new” is the last thing on his mind.
But there’s this guy.
Ty Green can make friends with a tree and Elias can’t help falling for his easy-going vibe and perfect smile. He’s a fellow Capricorn, like Elias, but that’s as far as their similarities go. Ty works to live—he doesn’t live to work. When Elias takes his horoscope’s advice and asks Ty out, both men are in for a shock. But as Elias’s walls start to come down, they might realize that they have more in common than they think. In fact, they might want the exact same thing.
Who knows? Maybe horoscopes aren’t just trash after all.
Omega Ricky Sandoval and alpha Eli Epstein have collaborated on their successful webcomic for three years now. They’ve been secretly crushing on each other for slightly longer. But when Ricky finds himself single and pregnant, their chance of getting their webcomic traditionally published is almost derailed. Pretending the baby is Eli’s is the perfect solution – until Ricky’s one-night stand reappears. Will Ricky and Eli find their Happily Ever After… or will they lose not only their contract, but their friendship, too?
Augustus Ambrose never planned to return to the United States after graduation. His mother’s final letter, with its dire threats about what would await if he did, had been more than enough to keep him away. But when his Aunt Grace dies unexpectedly and leaves him her ranch in the New Mexico Territory, he can’t ignore it.
Griffith Taylor doesn’t want much. Quiet nights on the range and no rattlesnakes in his boots. He definitely doesn’t want to travel to Boston to take care of his late boss’s heir. When he lays eyes on his charge, everything changes. Not because Augie is the best looking greenhorn he’s ever clapped eyes on, oh no.
Someone wants the man, and they’re not afraid to use forbidden magic to get the job done. Griff can handle himself in a fight, but this job might be more than he’s prepared for.
My marriage of convenience to my college roommate was anything but.
When Simon didn’t return the divorce papers, I had hope.
I knew we would never be anything more than conveniently married, but the longer it went without him signing those papers, the more that little seed of hope grew into a giant tree of stupidity deep in my heart. We were never supposed to be together, not according to my Demonborn family and definitely not according to the faerie folk that had raised Simon. But still, I had hopes.
Maybe if I’d told Simon first that I was ass over teakettle in love with him before the magic clans decided it was the perfect time to upend the human world and reintroduce them to the things that go bump in the night, that would’ve helped.
Ex-cop Caleb has spent 10 years hiding from the painful past and the man who wants him dead. It’s no wonder he’s suspicious at the arrival of “airway man” Philip. Is his business in this dying western town what he claims, or does he have a more personal, sinister purpose? And why does he have to be so damned handsome?
Airway representative Philip is a natural charmer with a knack for reading people. What he reads in magnetic, mysterious recluse, Caleb, tells him that winning him over will be a challenge that can bring both professional and personal rewards.
Who doesn’t love a charming playboy?
Remi, apparently. He and Jay clash like fire and ice, but they can’t stay away from each other. Both men have trust issues that run deep, yet they’re drawn together again and again. Remi’s heart has been broken too many times, but he still believes in love. However, Jay doesn’t do relationships.
Will they surrender to love? Or will it be just a missed opportunity?
An online asshole gets an offline romance…
Oscar Lozada is repulsive, and he likes it that way. His apartment is always a wreck, he works at a sewage plant, and he’s an abrasive jerk to just about everyone. When he’s not out drinking and hooking up with strangers, he trolls people on the Internet for lulz. His life changes when he finds out a victim of his trolling lives right next door. Noah is super hot and disarmingly nice. In spite of himself, Oscar starts to fall for him. All he has to do is make sure Noah never discovers the truth behind his trollish ways.
Spiritual, easygoing Jobe and strong, loyal Wesley have contrasting personalities, different upbringings, and divergent beliefs. When these two Alphas join for the good of their packs, they embrace their union and themselves. Along with securing the future of their pack, these two ensure the continuation of their family.
There’s nothing wrong with a one-night stand, unless you find out he’s your employee…
The last thing Dane expected on his trip to Sunset Beach was to find out he inherited a stake in his grandfather’s inn. He has no interest in an oceanside getaway states away from his entire life.
If he doesn’t let anyone in, he won’t get hurt again…
Dane’s gone out of his way to avoid any emotional connections since he was sixteen and his dad went to prison. He’s not thrilled about getting to know the family he hadn’t known existed, but agrees for his father’s benefit.
The only bright spot has been Brook, the adorable front desk clerk whose worldview has been shaped by notes left in a remote mailbox on the beach. Even after he realizes Brook is now his employee, he can’t stop the walls around his heart from crumbling.
Dane never wanted the inn, but when it’s threatened, he steps up to defend it… Can he save the inn and keep the man he’s come to love by his side?
Love, Me was previously published as Kindred Spirit. This is an expanded and re-edited version.