I am who I am: flamboyant, androgynous, comfortable in my own skin — well, there’s that one thing, but generally I am me, and I love it that way. It’s easy to ignore scars from the past, especially when they can be covered up and forgotten. What I don’t love is having to spend time in my hometown after having escaped the bullies there years ago. The only plus side is meeting up with one of my best friends again… and his brother Kane.
Who the heck expected him to end up as a hunk of a guy, tattooed and sexy and all that? It’s just a pity he’s straight. Or maybe not interested in anyone at all? Or…?
I can’t figure him out. But I never back down from a challenge, that’s for sure, and I want to see what’s really going on behind those beautiful, troubled eyes.
This 74k slow burn romance features a sexy demisexual guy who’s never really been attracted to anyone before (let alone another man) and a man who needs to accept that he can be loved despite for who he is beneath the makeup and lingerie as well as in it.
Two weeks in paradise, one mystery sexter, and some sexy yoga times … but real life isn’t all rosy sunsets and walks along the beach.
Jasper is licking his wounds in paradise after being dumped, according to his ex, for someone more adventurous. The romantic Hawaiian getaway for two he booked hadn’t featured his sister as his plus one, but sometimes real life sucks.
For the two weeks he’s there his plans include hot dates with a sun lounger and working his way through the local craft beers. Nothing more.
Until he receives a sext from a wrong number. A mystery yoga instructor offering a private session to teach him the plow, and maybe even get plowed. Jasper’s never had a hookup with anyone before, but perhaps it’s time to prove his ex wrong.
Tommy didn’t think spending the night with a stranger would be complicated. Then he found out that stranger was his baby brother’s best friend. His very sweet and sexy best friend. Tommy shouldn’t want to keep seeing Edan, but he can’t seem to stay away. Loving Edan is easy. Being honest with himself and everyone else about it isn’t.
Edan knows falling for his best friend’s closeted brother is a bad idea. Yet that doesn’t stop him from doing exactly that. But keeping their relationship a secret takes a toll and Tommy being deployed half the time doesn’t help. Seeing his best friend fall in love makes him realize he wants more than Tommy can give and it tears them apart.
Then Tommy retires from the Army and while Edan is unsure of Tommy’s intentions, there’s only one thing Tommy wants: Edan. He just has to prove it to him.
This second-chance romance throws together two men who never thought they’d see each other again when they’re partnered to hunt down a serial killer ravaging America’s heartland…
The Gentleman and the Spy is an 83,000 word Victorian-era lord and valet romance with a country house party and a touch of espionage.
After his father’s death Lord Magnus Dawson has to earn a living when all he knows is the idleness he was raised with, and the military training he received before selling his commission.
Toby Marsh, a scholarship student at Cambridge, was forced to spend his last year as valet and tutor to a brainless fellow student after his father’s death. Now he scrabbles out a living as a tutor.
Then a call from the Foreign Office brings them together. Toby disdains the idle lordling, and Magnus can’t seem to treat Toby as more than a servant. As they delve deeper into their assignment, the attraction between them grows. But can they envision a future together when so class and culture conspire to drive them apart?
Rene was my first love and my first heartbreak. Seven years after they walked out of my life, they turn my world upside down with a photo of a kid with my smile and their eyes attached to a message that they are coming home.
Saving Throw is the third romance (M/NB) in the Table Topped series. It features Errol, demisexual panromantic production coordinator who likes to be in control and his first love, Rene, a non-binary trans masc ex-hockey player turned coach.
Snow-Melting Kisses by Andrea Dalling
When friendship turns to attraction, can their relationship survive?
Jayden has been in love with Nate, his straight best friend, for half his life. Because of his conservative background, Jayden is deep in the closet, immersing himself in work to fill the empty place where romance should be.
When Jayden blurts out the truth, Nate is shocked but supportive. He even goes to a gay bar as his best friend’s wingman. But when Nate kisses Jayden in a fit of jealousy, he realizes he might not be as straight as he thought he was.
But what happens when the town’s biggest gossip outs them? Can their friendship survive the strain?
This steamy gay romance novel has a happy ending and no cliffhanger.
Zach’s spent three years trying to ignore how he felt about his roommate. Now, the new guy in the suite is going to make him face his fears…
Hiding his sexuality has alienated Zach from most of his roommates. They don’t understand what it’s like trying to live up to his father’s image of what a good son should be. When a new suitemate moves in, denying the truth becomes impossible.
Colin isn’t happy that his parents insisted he move into his older brother’s suite if he wanted to go away to college… until he meets Zach and Daniel. Being the baby of the crew doesn’t mean he’s going to be pushed around. He knows what he wants, and now that he’s starting college, it’s time to find a man who will submit to him.
Or maybe two men…
Denver Scott escaped New York after his break-up for his dream job. Running the blog and book store at the Barefoot Beach Resort can only lead to good things. Even to the acquaintance of a handsome hottie with a heart of gold.
Billionaire William Knowles is looking forward to escaping to the little tropical island of Saint Louis and everything it has to offer. What he didn’t think he’d find was the cute Barefoot Librarian that makes his insides melt with need.
When Denver’s ex-boyfriend turns up on the island with his sugar daddy and toxic attitude, the two men pretend to be in a fake relationship to get back at him. But even if their affair is not real, their feelings might be.
My Fake Billionaire is a 15k short story with a sexy billionaire, a sweet barefoot librarian, a hot exclusive island resort and lots of fun situations.
Drew Thompson is a widowed single father. Ashe Huntsman is an HIV+ banker. They stumble upon each other, both clad in speedos, at a beefcake photo shoot and attraction at first sight erupts. Soon, they are both unpacking their personal baggage, revealing themselves piece by piece, like peeling back the layers of an onion.
When lines are crossed and the world explodes around them, to survive, these two battle hardened warriors must trust in the one thing they swore they would never believe in again—love. Roman and Luc are about to find out, when the battle stops, passion reigns.
*For a hidden shifter, falling in love with a man may be the death of them both.*
Simon Conley knows about being an outcast. Born into a secret werewolf pack, he’s the lone gay wolf, an outsider even among his packmates. The top wolves consider him a perversion, a failure, and a security risk. To survive in the human world, werewolves rely on absolute secrecy, and any breaches of their code are dealt with swiftly— and violently.
So when Simon falls in love with Paul, a human man, even his Alpha’s grudging tolerance won’t protect him. He must keep Paul from discovering the truth about him and the secrets the pack jealously guards, or it’s not just their love that’ll end up dead.
(A re-release of the 2012 story with light editing and the 1.15 short story included)
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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.
Reckless is #1 in the Room for Love series. It is a 65,000 word best friend’s dad / age gap romance, with first times, exploratory kink and more.
Ever wonder what it would be like to have a gay version of Cruel Intentions meets Desperate Housewives and Knots Landing? Well, look no further!
Lucas and Bennett Gaines are the newest home owners on Calumny Court. Being a gay couple in their mid-thirties, the two must navigate through the traditional lifestyle of those that live on the cul-de-sac. At every turn, they run into what seems to be a never-ending set of problems with the judgmental and catty neighbors.
Their biggest obstacle comes from Skyler Steller and Zachary Cauderling, gay, entitled, college boys that have lived in the neighborhood for years with their family. Little do the Gaines know that these two scheming, college boys make a bet with one another to see which of them can seduce the new gay couple in the neighborhood.
Will Lucas and Bennett be able to adapt to the standards and expectations that come with living on the cul-de-sac?
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?
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.
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.
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.