How do you know if you’re kinky?
Wes Roberts always thought his need for adventure was only a desire to see the world. After starting a job at a private kink club it becomes obvious he’s not as vanilla as he thought. Less surprising is his attraction to the tall flirty redhead he meets his first night.
Eoin McBride, former Army brat and self-described drifter, relies on his kink and the club that’s become his second home. Eoin is stunned when the lovely younger man returns his interest. But that’s nothing compared to how he feels when Wes approaches him for guidance in the exploration of his new-found interest in bondage.
If Eoin can stick around he just might be the perfect man to help Wes discover his kink, and maybe even find the love they both crave.
Abbott is a boy on the run.
Cutter is a member of the motorcycle club who longs for a boy of his own.
When Abbott needs help, the last place he expects to find it is in a small-town biker bar.
When Cutter takes one look at the scared but gorgeous redhead, he wants to do more than help. He wants Abbott for his own. But can he protect Abbott from the evil that’s chasing him?
Ty isn’t looking for love, but what if it finds him anyway?
Ty O’Malley loves his gift shop. Helping his customers find the perfect present is his passion. Not for St. Valentine’s Day, though. Ever since his partner left him, Ty does what he can to avoid the love-themed holiday.
When Ben Cronin walks into his premises, looking for presents for a man he has been admiring from afar, Ty can’t deny Ben is everything he would look for in a man — if he happened to be looking, which he isn’t. Besides, Ben has obviously set his sights on someone else.
As Ty instructs Ben in the art of finding the perfect gift, the two men grow closer. But there are only four weeks until Valentine’s Day. After February fourteenth, Ty will probably never see Ben again … Or will he?
A sweet geek and an experienced Dom: someone’s about to learn their lesson …
When chemistry teacher Neil Greene gets an unexpected delivery at Pendleton High, he’s mortified when his fellow teacher and crush sees the contents that hint at the adventurous love life he’s dying to explore. Curious but inexperienced, Neil has no idea how to live out his fantasies until the hot lit teacher offers a helping hand.
Alexander Ford likes to be in charge in the bedroom and he’s happy to tutor Neil in all things naughty. But when Neil asks him to pretend to be his date for the Sweetheart’s Game at Pendleton Bay’s Love Fest, Neil may be the one teaching Alexander about love.
A landscaping project turns into much more when two mature men discover romance is not only for the young. Watch love blossom along with the flowers in Green’s Thumb! Real men. Real love. Real happy. (Contains steamy M/M content.)
Dark, dangerous, yet desperately romantic, “The Man who Loved Cole Flores” is a gritty western M/M romance novel. Prepare for violence, emotional turmoil, and scorching hot, explicit scenes.
Outlaws! Revenge! Enemies-to-Lovers!
An impossible love.
A romance adventure through time with your fave time travelers taking on a polio epidemic in 1956.
A terrible business idea. Two clashing personalities struggling to make it work. A blossoming attraction.
Taylor Samson has one goal in life: to give her daughter a better future. That’s why she left the comforts of her hometown for the big city. That’s why she works like a zombie. And that’s why she gathers strength and pitches her big business idea to Christina, a gorgeous, calculating investor.
Christina Hilford has one goal in life: to be successful in her career. Families and changing diapers are the last things on her mind. So when she meets Taylor, an obvious amateur in the business world, she can’t help but roll her eyes. It doesn’t matter that she’s stunning.
When Christina and Taylor are thrown into the task of making Taylor’s disaster of a business plan work, can they shed their prejudices and submit to their growing attraction to one another?
He loves a man who witnessed the fall of Babylon and appears to have all the answers. Can love endure when your fated mate challenges your efforts to save the world?
Luc knows Tye is his fated mate, but he hasn’t spent time with Tye. Luc volunteers to command a hunt, with Tye’s help, for a means to kill their fae enemy. But Luc is no leader and fears he’s destined to fail when he’s commanded to keep the artifact they seek from his fated mate’s hands.
For centuries Tye has kept the world at a careful distance. How is it, then, a young wolf shifter can shatter his mask with a shy smile? Ignoring his better judgment, he agrees to partner with Luc in search of an artifact. Tye will do anything to ensure success, even take control of the artifact for himself.
After escaping a murderer and resurrecting his boyfriend, Sage figures he deserves a little time to recover.
Unfortunately, life is rarely fair.
So instead of a break, he gets to deal with a magical law enforcement rookie asking uncomfortable questions about his brush with death. The quaesitor is acting downright suspicious. Or is it suspiciously?
Things go from awkward to dangerous when the man who murdered Sage’s mother is released from prison, and soon after there’s a break-in at the bookstore. The situation escalates so fast that Sage is afraid he’s going to end up with whiplash. Or worse, dead. He wanted a break, but not a permanent one.
What does an ancient Vampire do in a twenty-first century world?
Bite sweet boys of course. But now biting is regulated, and boys offer themselves for cold hard cash.
Fear hates the laws and policies and protocols of the modern world. He loves the thrill of the chase. The edge that fear puts into the blood of the prey.
But he hasn’t met the one. His boy. The one he could nurture and would slake his hunger forever.
It’s New Year’s Eve. Maybe it’s time to put himself to rest.
But first it’s time for one last chase…
Branson Frost is out of control.
His life is a mess. He doesn’t take anything seriously. He drinks too much, he parties too hard and he goes to bed with random strangers all so he doesn’t have to feel so alone. The one thing he doesn’t do is attachments which is why he’s never let himself have the one man that might be able to rein him in for good.
Ryan O’Byrne has rules: 1) no using his magic, 2) no getting dragged back into his family’s craziness, and 3) no dating supernaturals of any kind, especially shifters … in other words, nothing and no one who will tempt him to break rule number one.
But what if the gorgeous wall of muscle he can’t seem to stay away from just happens to be a shifter? Well, it is only a short-term thing, and he isn’t a master of denial for nothing.
Lázhien’s human. A common Imperial soldier. And my soulmate.
How could fate get it so wrong?
The demon in me craves this bond with every shred of his being. He pushes me to accept it.
This time I won’t yield to his demands.
Red’s a lust demon, a whore and a stuck-up snob.
The most beautiful man I’ve ever seen. Pain in the arse. And he hates my guts.
I’d be an idiot to pursue him. Yet something about him compels me to make him mine.
When I First Saw Red is a complete and standalone short novel with an HEA ending, featuring a couple of reluctant fated soulmates—a demon and a human—trying and failing to defy destiny.
After a life changing tragedy irrecoverably altered the lives of me and my family, I was left with no other decision to hide who I am to protect those I loved from coming to harm again. High school, is over, yet here i am years later haunted by the man whose face haunts my dreams. I messed up big time in high school, not this time though. One way or another, I am going to make Tyler Dane mine.
The name’s Lio, and I’m a cupid working in the Gay Division of the Inter-Dimensional Association of Cupids. I’m about to get busted using an illegal gaydar device and shooting a closeted human with a gay lust arrow. And the hunk doing the busting is none other than the notorious Aztec god of the winds, Éhecatl, though these days he goes by Ethan. Even though I have a rule against getting it on with other supernaturals—especially ones working for the Straight Division—my magic is drawn to Ethan and all his tattoos and piercings in a way I cannot control.
But after that night of mind-numbing sex, now I gotta face my evil ex-boyfriend and a suspension by the IDAC for “misplacing” arrows. They took my quiver, and I have to figure out how to get my arrow privileges back before they’re taken forever.
Ethan seems to think he can help me, but I don’t know how anybody can make this cupid believe in love again.
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.
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?
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?
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.