I never intended to be a Daddy. Well…not that kind anyway.
Fate had other plans, and this tantrum-throwing, heart-melting toddler is now mine to raise. As the CEO of a multinational hotel chain, I’m used to people taking orders from me, but that is not on her to-do list. No matter how much I love her, being a parent to Julia is not the joy and delight portrayed on social media. Then I hear his voice on the radio. Peyton Scott. I rejoice that someone out there gets it, and I will stop at nothing to have him under me. Professionally, naturally.
All right, it’s possible I can’t resist going further.
The terms of his employment are a little…unconventional. But if Peyton signs on the dotted line, I believe I can give him all the things he never knew he needed. He’ll help me learn how to be a better daddy to my little girl, and I’ll teach him how to be the best Little Boy for his Daddy.
Seth was a good Christian son raised in a very conservative church.
He learned early on that the world is evil and filled with sinners—but the most horrible thing you can be is gay. When his shame is discovered, he’s shipped off to a camp that fixes deviants like him. Years have passed, yet he still runs from himself every day.
Malcolm was a good daddy for almost ten years before his boy died.
No longer daring to be close with another man, he’s avoided clubs and friends that remind him of a life filled with joy he no longer has. Unable to find a purpose in his lonely existence, he spends his nights in a dive bar. However, witnessing a scared young man being harassed by two bullies jolts him out of his misery.
No one messes with someone vulnerable and helpless on his watch…
Fate doesn’t use dating apps to pair true mates…except when it does.
Human Omega Colin Soames has finally made it. Investors are clamouring for his dating app and then things get weird. Now he’s on a mission to figure out who’s co-opting his app. Little does he know shifters are using it, and he’s about to go on a date with one.
Pack Alpha Bentley Shaw likes being single. He doesn’t have to answer to anyone but his pack, even if his wolf is restless. But one drunken night his Beta talks him into trying a new dating app. It couldn’t be worse than when he tried to date a human—except that’s exactly what Love and Hate sends him.
Matched To His Wolf is the first book in the Dates of Our Lives M/M Mpreg Shifter Dating App romance brought to you by Lorelei M. Hart and Colbie Dunbar.
Gay Alpha, Ben Blair, seeks equality for his pack but an enemy threatens to destroy his dream. Is this the end or does Luna have something else in mind?
Welcome back old friends and new characters as you follow the lives, love, and loss of the Gladstone Shifters in TRAITOR’S MOON!
Can Peter handle two alpha werewolves? He’s going to find out…
Set up to take the fall for a crime he didn’t commit, Peter faces ten years behind bars at Lockland Omega Penitentiary.
Unable to handle the intense heat-blockers used to keep the prison under control, he decides to sign up for the Delinquent Omega Matching Program.
The program assigns him to Tex Wilson and Carver Wilde. The two alphas have been searching for a mate for years, and when Peter reads their profiles, he understands why. They’re the kind of alphas that send sane omegas running for the hills. Dominant, aggressive, and kinky in ways that Peter has no idea how to deal with, the idea of belonging to them scares the living daylights out of him.
How the program decided that they were compatible with him, Peter has no idea…
Arthur Fitch clawed his way out of the slums of London to become a valet to the aristocracy. His ambition led him to a disastrous appointment with a cold, brutal man, and Arthur is forced to flee into a snowstorm to find safety.
Joseph Wilkinson is the Winsford Green blacksmith. He has a good life, but at the end of the day when he goes home, loneliness consumes him. When he stumbles upon a man determinedly trudging through the snowstorm, he invites him into his home.
Arthur Fitch is older, smart-mouthed, and as prickly as hell. But he discovers a warm, funny, vulnerable man whose tastes in the bedchamber leave Joe gasping. Having found the real Arthur Fitch, how can he convince him that life in a small town can be better than working for an Earl? Particularly when Arthur’s past catches up with him in horrifying fashion.
Cheswick Ludwig Fontaine IV was tired. Groomed to be a successful business from birth, he’d studied and worked hard his entire life. He’d even turned the millions left him by both sets of grandparents into his first billion while still in college.Unable to face the pressure of being urged to make even more money, he simply walked out of a meeting.
Richard Neville knows a Little when he sees one. Cheswick might not know it yet, but he was made to be Richard’s Little. When circumstances brings Cheswick to Richard, he quickly offers him a deal- be his Little for three months and take a much needed break from all the stress and worry or go back to his daily grind.
Cheswick is intrigued. The real question was, once he becomes Little Ches, can he ever go back to being Cheswick?
This is a story featuring age play.
At 17 Sasha is a little lost and a lot lonely. He craves friendship but his self-destructive tendencies cause problems and he pushes people away.
Every day he collects glass for the sculptures he makes and every day he dies a little more inside. Until he meets Thomas.
Thomas is shy but sure of himself in a way Sasha doesn’t understand. He makes it his mission to prove to Sasha that everyone deserves to be loved, and doesn’t give up even when Sasha hurts him.
Their friendship becomes more than Sasha ever thought possible. And when Sasha is forced to confront his past he realizes that accepting he is worthy of the love Thomas gives him is the only way to obliterate the darkness.
“I might have been part of my makeshift family, but I’ve always felt separate from them.” ~ Evan
At forty-four, I’ve come to terms with the fact that I’ll never have my own family and am happy playing uncle to my best friend Dex’s kids. I’ve also accepted that Dex is straight, so we’ll only ever be friends. I may have been in love with him for over thirty years, but he was never mine to have.
“I’m not sure what I’m ready for, but I want this.” ~ Dex
Life as a single dad isn’t easy, but, it isn’t all bad. I’ve got my best friend Evan by my side, same as he’s been since we were eleven, but lately I’ve started seeing him in a new light. I never thought I was anything but straight, or imagined Evan would be more than my best friend, until now.
Jakob Lannister is a New York Police Detective who has been searching for his Little Boy for years and has almost given up hope. He is asked to mentor a new addition to the force. Is it possible that fate has dropped Jakob’s Little Boy in his lap?
Dr. Samuel Baker is an Information Analyst super geek, but he is also a Little Boy searching for a Daddy to love him. He meets Hot Detective Jakob and is hooked. He would be a perfect Daddy, But he wouldn’t want Sam, would he? Sam is not sure but hopes he can find his own caring Daddy?
Will Daddy Jakob and Little Sam survive and stay together when Sam’s past comes to haunt them?
Here are some things I wish someone would have told me a few months ago:
1. Putting together an Ikea desk does not make someone qualified to help with home renovations
2. It’s impossible to un-teach a five-year-old the word ‘dildo’
3. Two straight guys messing around with each other is not as uncommon as people might think, so don’t freak out
Of course, I freaked out…
Moving back to Staten Island after my divorce was the simple choice, and hiring a contractor to help make my new place somewhat liveable was an even simpler one.
But I wasn’t expecting the contractor to be Brendan Kelly, an old high school buddy I’d lost contact with over the years. And I definitely wasn’t expecting what happened next…
Bad boy Trent has been nominated for Best Actor, and now the rising star needs to clean up his act. A steady man at his side will make him seem more authentic to the voters. Some people might call them fake boyfriends, but Trent knows how to make his arranged gossip column gay romance come across as oh-so-real.
Ben isn’t quite sure why Gran volunteered him for a series of dates with a Hollywood actor. Fun? What’s that? The spotlight is for other billionaires. But if he wants to be with Trent, he’ll have to get used to the cameras.
Assured Elites has built its reputation on making celebrity matches, but brash Trent and bashful Ben will put their “opposites attract” theory to the ultimate test.