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One Giant Leap by Kay Simone

Houston we have so many problems…

Bad boy bisexual astronaut Curtis “Launchpad” Larkin has been both lauded as the savior of NASA and condemned as a hot-headed bully. When he embarks on his final mission, Curt figures there’s no curveball that life has left to throw him.

But when the role of spacecraft communicator is passed to a young engineer in Houston who he’s never laid eyes on (yet can’t seem to stop thinking about), Curt’s mission takes on a new trajectory.

One Giant Leap is a slow burn m/m contemporary romance with a May-December theme, lots of humor, and a happily-ever-after ending.

A Secret Boyfriend by H J Perry

Another low angst, feel-good gay romance in the Sky High Scaffolders (Our Secret Wedding) series. We know construction workers are romantic by the truckload.

Out, loud, and proud: Perry is at a stage in his life when he doesn’t need a boyfriend just casual fun. He avoids hookup apps. There are only so many times a guy can read “no femmes” before it messes with his self-esteem. Luckily, there are plenty of other ways to meet guys.

Questioning? He knows the truth: Kevin’s barely able to acknowledge it to himself never mind tell others. He’d never tell anyone his sexy or romantic fantasies. And could never imagine coming out to his dad and mates. They are all macho construction workers.

Unlikely circumstances keep bringing Kevin and Perry together.

Perfect Game by Casey Cameron

“Hate the player, love the game…or was that the other way around?”

Neil gave up a lot in pursuit of his PhD–his friends, his music, his home town–but the one thing he kept was Legendary Pairs, the hyper-competitive card game that’s propelled nerds just like him to fame and fortune. Neil never aspired to be a professional gamer, but that was before he met Robin.

Robin is cocky, brash, argumentative…and absolutely gorgeous. His end-game is the Legendary Pairs Pro Tour; he’s got the skill to do it, and he’s convinced Neil does too. His flirty bravado gets under Neil’s skin like nothing else, but are they competitors, friends…or something more?

When Neil and Robin clash a major tournament, there’s more on the line than the cash prize as Neil’s feelings for Robin grow impossible to ignore. Is a match in the cards, or will their in-game rivalry tear them apart?

Change of Plans by Van Barrett

Brothers are skilled in the art of pissing each other off.

And college grad Brayden knows exactly what he’s doing when he starts hanging out with his older brother’s gay roommate, Ash. But straight guy Brayden never expected a little harmless flirting with another man to leave him so hot and bothered. Confused and doubting his path, Brayden is left reeling with questions that only Ash can answer.

Can Ash resist the temptation to corrupt the young stud, and dodge a major roommate disaster in the making? Is Brayden actually curious, or is he just using Ash to hurt his brother? Is Brayden destined for the Army … or will he have a change of plans?

Lord of Ravens by Amelia Faulkner

Lover. Predator. Killer.

Laurence Riley’s inheritance comes with a price – one he’s not at all sure he can pay. When his urge to hunt grows out of control, he sends a desperate prayer to his ancestor for guidance. But he never expected that Herne the Hunter would answer.

Scion. Target. Victim.

There are horrors lurking in Quentin d’Arcy’s past, but they won’t hide there forever. Something ancient is coming to take him home: a creature of nightmare who feasts on the flesh of children.

Honesty is the worst policy.

A legendary terror comes to San Diego, but Laurence has seen the real monster, and it’s a darkness which could destroy everything he loves. Now he’s forced to prepare for war against a force which far outmatches him. To stand a chance, Laurence must master the same power.

He must learn magic.

Sugar Season by Spencer Spears

After his husband Joey died, police officer Graham Andersen knew he’d never find that kind of love again. But what he’d had with Joey was more than some people ever get in life. He’d had his chance at happiness. He couldn’t ask for more.

When chef Ryan Gallagher is swindled out of his savings, it almost seems right. One more failure for his long list, one more way he’ll never measure up to his older brother. Joey might be gone, but he still overshadows Ryan.

When Ryan goes out to the local bar to blow off steam, he doesn’t realize the hot guy he’s hitting on used to be his brother’s husband. Neither man can resist the desire they feel. But relationships require love. Love requires risk. And both men know this life offers no guarantees. After a long winter in both their hearts, are they finally ready for spring?