Nicky Fender retired from sex work two years ago and never looked back. Then an offer he can’t refuse comes his way, and he agrees to one last exclusive arrangement. But when he meets Gideon, this older, smoking hot, uncertain, filthy, autistic businessman on a quest to explore his sexuality, Nicky wishes sunrise would never come.
Tristan Taylor is a troublemaker. He’s never met a man worthy of his full surrender. He’s bored of the wannabes who think they can expect perfect obedience without proving themselves first. But if he doesn’t play nice, he’ll be banned from the scene. And that’s when he meets the one guy who might have a chance at bringing him to his knees.
Seth Jackson has no interest in a relationship, but he needs money, fast. When a rich man promises big cash if he can tame a notorious brat, Seth can’t refuse. But it will take more than one night to train Tristan, and each session leaves him wanting something more. Something he wasn’t prepared to gamble on. Taming Tristan was supposed to be a bet. Seth never thought he’d wager his heart.
Proposing vs defusing a bomb?
Defusing a bomb is much easier than proposing.
Defusing Donovan’s anger over getting on a plane to defuse said bomb? Harder than the bomb.
Jon is not liking these odds.
Is proposing supposed to be this difficult?
Desire thrusts them together, but can two men who are so different really make love work?
Crave Me is a steamy, opposites-attract MM romance with an HEA. It features a babbling, geeky sweetheart and a tattoo artist who needs him so bad, it hurts. The second book in Geek Ink, it can be read as a standalone or as part of the series.
To find the love they need, two men must overcome a world of differences.
Jeremy Ringer enjoys the important things in life: surf and sand—beach and bar-tending—practicing Taoism. Until a death in the family sends him across the state, and he realizes that the simple things are not enough.
Ollie Mendosa is only interested in one thing—the new police app he’s developing. That is until he meets one of the crime victim, the beach-loving Jeremy Ringer. Ollie’s protective nature is brought out in full force, and he can’t resist the temptation of a summer fling.
They’re drawn together in a plan to enjoy the summer, but the the heat is on when the criminals return.
A stand alone MM Romance.
#beach #Taoism & mysterious spiritual guides #crime #snarky detectives #love conquers all
Can they handle the competition?
Getting down and dirty in the sand is all in a day’s work for pro-volleyball digger, Robby Gilcrest, but a new doubles partner has him competing both on and off the court.
Ace Henderson comes from the wrong side of the tracks and has worked for every success in his life. Why should he think his relationship with Robby would be any different?
But he’s not losing to Morgan. Robby is his, right?
Beach volleyball and fouled emotions will bring them together or tear them apart–right on time for these Olympic hopefuls.
A sweet MM romance with an established couple and plenty of balls.
#sweet heat #sports romance #established couple
Surrounded daily by people with enhanced abilities, I’m well aware I’m nothing special. Fortunately, we all have our strengths. Mine happen to be less thrilling than superhuman abilities. Data analysis and being a great match-maker—for anyone except myself—are where I shine.
(Cue sad trombone noises.)
All of which made it all the more confusing when my routine lab tests came back showing anomalies. Me? Enhanced? There had to be a mistake. And I’m not only one who thought so. I wanted to catch the attention of my delicious, sex-on-a-stick office mate, Andrew Hicks. But not like this…
Now, tasked with partnering with Andrew to track down other undocumented Enhanced, I’m faced with two gut-wrenching decisions. Do I risk heartbreak by acting on the attraction brewing between Andrew and I? More importantly, am I doing what’s right by forcing other Enhanced out of hiding?
My biggest rival is posing as my mate for Valentine’s Day, all for the chance to best me. What if I’m not pretending?
For years, Shaw has focused on nothing but work, leaving little in the way of a social life. When he’s invited to go on a company trip as part of a promotion, he’s thrilled. That is, until his boss asks who his guest will be. Panicked, he says the first name that comes to mind, Kieron, the guy from the deli who is always flirting with him.
Will this unlikely pair be able to fake their relationship for a full week or will they find they don’t have to fake it at all?
When Special Agent Jeremy Delacourt is offered the chance to redeem himself after the disgrace his former partner landed them both in, he jumps at the chance. He’s nervous about it being a solo undercover mission but he’s sure it’s nothing he can’t handle. The people posing as an advertising agency selling young men and women won’t know what hit them, he vows.
But when things start to heat up with the Little he finds himself paired with, Jeremy makes a mistake that may cost them all everything. Can he fix his mistake, find out the truth about Mama Lorraine’s agency, and get to have a happy ever after with the Little he’s fallen all too hard for?
Sometimes a vacation fling isn’t a fling at all.
After a long court battle over his people’s land, alpha Iver needs a vacation. He travels to the coast for some beach relaxation, but finds himself bored. Good thing Love & Hate, the dating app, is now nationwide. He can find a little fun for his trip.
Omega dragon Ajax loves his life in a small tourist town. He makes his art glass pieces, runs his small shop, and during the off-season, he even teaches glass blowing classes. It’s a good life—or at least it would be if it wasn’t so lonely. He sees the other shifters in town finding their mates and settling down. If only dragons did that.
When Iver and Ajax meet, something awakens in Ajax he doesn’t understand. Suddenly, his dragon is calling the smexy panther ours and one hot night morphs into a smoldering weekend.
I’ve made a lot of mistakes, but you can’t be one of them…
After crossing too many lines for my self-respect, I made a promise to myself: no hookups for sixty days.
But I didn’t count on meeting you.
Who knew a smart, cardigan-wearing geek would be such temptation? You’re all wrong for me, except you’re also kind of exactly right.
So how do I keep my promise not to seduce the cute librarian and still get the perfect guy?
Maybe you know, because I don’t…
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.
It was one night. So why can’t I get the tattooed trucker I met at my best friend’s engagement party out of my mind?
An omega elven king finds his alpha. Unfortunately, he’s a human construction worker.
Dustin is changing species, and the elven king who accidentally set the events in motion won’t let him go free. Sure, it’s for his best interest. But Dustin fears the loss of control. He has to rebel, even if it makes him feel bad because he’s growing to love the finicky elf whose slick smells and tastes like candy.
Casersis wants what is best for his beautiful alpha, especially as his feelings for Dustin grow. But Dustin fights him at every turn. If humanity learns he’s turning into an elf—that he’ll live forever and will have magic—Dustin will end up a science experiment. He won’t allow that.
If they want to be together, Casersis and Dustin must find a way to compromise. Once in a lifetime gains new meaning when you live forever.
I’ve existed for the past century doing the lowly jobs the Family assign me. Reeling from the loss of yet another mortal lover I jump at the chance to attend an academy for the elite, climb the ranks upon graduation, and leave my grief behind. This is the opportunity to be someone, perhaps even to find someone to remain as my loving companion as I face down eternity. I don’t expect Fate to throw a curveball in the form of Shannon, a person so pure, I can’t help but fall head over heels for him. Unwilling to sully Shannon with the knowledge of our kind, I find I’m also unable to make myself let him go.