Not your typical Daddy. Not your typical boy.
Not your typical fake relationship.
Hudson Madden looks like the kind of guy you don’t want to piss off—he’s a walking wall of muscle, brightly tatted ink up both arms, and low grunts. But underneath it all, he’s a gentle giant. One who can’t find what he wants because of the assumptions people make:
He must be an alpha.
He must be a dominant Daddy.
He must be looking for a sweet, passive boy.
The truth is more complicated. Haunted by memories of a former lover, and interested in exploring types of sex that aren’t easily defined, Hudson is happy to harbour his innocent crush on the local weatherman.
Until said weatherman crush walks into Hudson’s gym and turns his life upside down.
Will Hudson be able to break down his walls and let Liam in?
**7 hours of kinky and angsty audio**
Pursuing your best friend’s dad is never a good idea, but Cameron Motel is feeling reckless. His life is about to change, and Luke is older, attractive…and he represents something Cameron has never had before.
Luke didn’t mean to get involved with his son’s best friend, but Cameron needed a strong hand and Luke was willing to deliver on his promises.
This thing between them is supposed to be a secret, but something as big as love can’t stay hidden for long. Then a single phone call sends Cameron farther away from home than he’d ever planned to go, and Luke’s subconscious keeps him grounded in the past unable to move on.
Cameron is gone, and to get him back Luke needs to do something big, something bold, something…reckless.
Walker Grace and I used to be best friends, having co-starred together on a hit TV show for almost a decade.
Walker and Josh. The dynamic duo. Everyone loved us.
But when Walker came out of the closet and it wrecked his career, he drifted away just when he needed me most.
Now Walker’s got another chance at the spotlight, and the two of us have a second chance at repairing what was broken.
As the stars of LEO TV’s new firefighter drama, L.A. Fire, we’ll be back together on screen, and maybe best buddies once again.
I just have to pretend I haven’t been in love with Walker Grace since the day I first met him.
Good thing I can act.
Hooking up with an employee is not on my to-do list.
He’s not even my type.
But he’s staying in my cabin, sleeping in my bed, and worst of all, he’s completely ignoring the proverbial sign over my head that says Grumpy Bear: Do Not Approach.
Nothing’s going to happen.
Grumpy Bear is a boss/employee, grumpy/sunshine romance set at a gay campground full of bears. (Not shifters; the other kind of bears.)
Happily Ever Afters are overrated. Cake is far more satisfying.
Omega Bellamy knows better than anyone how food can heal the heart. Since the death of his omega father, working in their family’s diner has been the only thing to bring him any kind of solace. Unfortunately, with the hospital bills piling up, it looks like his future may already be decided.
As a restaurant chain mogul, alpha Larkin is surrounded by everything he could ever possibly want… except his heart’s desire. Money and fame mean nothing without someone to share it with, but greed and arrogance are hard habits to break.
Larkin is in the process of buying out the local competition when he overhears Bellamy and his alpha father talking about their emotional burden. He proposes a solution that will help them get back on their feet in exchange for Bellamy working in Larkin’s new restaurant.
I was living a lie. I couldn’t be caught in my deception, or my family and friends would abandon me. But my fears became reality and I was cast away as if I were garbage. Then this man, a stranger, took me home and showed me that love can take on many forms, that I’m not filled with sin or doomed to go to hell because I’m gay. He showed me that I’m not broken. I don’t need to be fixed. What I need is to be nurtured and cared for.
This man showed me it’s okay to be his boy and to call him Daddy…
Note: In the Name of the Father is a slow burn, age gap MM romance featuring lots of hurt/comfort and daddy boy care. You can also expect high heat with a sweet HFN and no cliffhangers.
When your love is secret and you can’t see a way forward, magic will provide a bridge
Colt, a shy Clydesdale shifter, loves his friend and fellow firefighter, Eddie, more than words can say. Only one problem, Eddie has no clue.
A carefree and high-spirited Arabian, Eddie loves his life fighting fires alongside his best friends. He and Colt have been tight since they were kids, but any thought of more has never popped into Eddie’s mind.
Magic shakes the foundations of the two horses’ lives when their fated mate emerges from the flames of a raging barn fire.
Val is a latent horse shifter on the run from dangerous and dark magical forces bent on his capture and destruction. But with his newly discovered mates by his side maybe Val’s chaotic life will finally bloom into the happily ever after he has always craved.
Mate them or die? Chan must decide between reuniting with Andrew, his first love or living the famed life until the final alarm on his body clock rings. Will that choice ruin his opportunity for a happy ever after?
The first family wedding after a painful breakup. A milestone high school reunion. A hotel with a history of romantic meetings and happily ever afters.
While checking in at the Williamsville Inn, Nash and Tobias meet and feel an immediate spark of attraction. During an impromptu shared dinner, they commiserate about being single for their weekend events: the wedding of Nash’s niece, and Tobias’ thirtieth high school reunion.
When they hatch a plan to be each other’s fake date for the weekend, neither man realizes that while they’re pretending to be an item to satisfy nosey family and inquisitive friends, they just might end up falling in love for real.
This story is set at the Williamsville Inn and is part of the Williamsville Inn Series of gay romance stories.
When my best friend on the force Federico was killed in the line of duty, I swore to him as he died in my arms, I would take care of his baby brother, Victor.
When he showed up on my doorstep, his transformation from an awkward teenager to a striking young man floored me. Victor was everything I had ever wanted—smart, smoking hot, and innocent—but there was no way he could handle a rough around the edges cop like me.
I kept my paws to myself, until one day Victor told me he had never been with another man before. He wanted advice on how to get a boyfriend, and how to keep him.
That broke me.
I’d show Victor how to please a man, all right.
Making it Fit is trope heaven. Roommates, fake boyfriend, opposites attract, first time experience, cops, older/younger, and love at first sight.
What could possibly go wrong? The answer is everything from screaming goats to secret societies.