Theo Cooper is seeking his place in life, but despite his confident veneer, he has doubts about whether he can find happiness. A homophobic father and an ex-fiancé who sleeps around have shaken his self-esteem. The last straw: Walking in on his ex in bed with Theo’s replacement. Now he’s ready to do whatever it takes to find the cash for a new place.
Self-doubt holds him back…
Elliot James is too shy, too smart, and too socially awkward to meet a man. So far, his best friend, wealthy socialite Brianna LaFontaine, is the only person he’s come out to. Despite her best efforts to get him out from behind a behind a computer screen, he’s successfully avoided any chance of finding love.
Sometimes a mutual friend can help.
Brianna cares about her friends. When Theo won’t take her financial assistance, she cuts a deal with him to help Elliot experience one night of fun. It sounds simple, the answer to Theo’s money problems. But what starts off as a night of paid-for passion soon becomes something deeper for the both of them.
Is love possible after Just One Night?
“It’s been five years. Why is he even on my mind?”
Country music star Blake Bradley’s band, the Sinsationals, is selling out arenas, but a toxic cocktail of problems threaten to tear the band apart. Blake had Cal, his best friend and guitarist, in his corner. But when they dared to test the boundaries of their relationship, Cal quit the band and left Blake hanging.
“I fell in love. I had to run before it killed me.”
Bar owner Cal Lindsay tries not to think about what could have been. But when his best friend drags him to a Sinsationals concert, he’s face to face with the past he walked away from. Cal never stopped wanting Blake. But it’s far too late to fix things, isn’t it?
“You can’t run off on me again.”
After a tentative reconciliation in the bar, Blake invites Cal to travel with the band. Second chances are earned, not given. Can Blake and Cal let go of past hurts and learn to forgive? Or will the band’s infighting drive an impossible rift between them?
When it comes to men, Red Jack has three rules. The guy has to be hot, out of town, and not up for repeats. It’s a way to keep the gay flings away from the Coffin Nails Motorcycle Club. When a hookup takes an ominous turn, and the sexy stranger turns up at his house, the heat is on. Loki invades his life, wreaking havoc wherever he follows Jack, but getting rid of him becomes harder with every kiss.
The world crumbles around Loki when he finds out he has cancer. With only a few months left, he decides to live to the fullest. Big, confident, and dangerous, Red Jack is all Loki ever wanted in a man. After all, he deserves one last shot at love. Who cares if Red Jack is a stubborn, closeted asshole? Loki knows what he wants, and he won’t settle for anything less. Even if it kills him.
He’s about ready to give up hope when he finds a job offer in the newspaper searching for someone to produce an heir for a rich dragon shifter. Having a baby with a stranger, even if he’s enigmatic and hot as hell, is not his definition of happiness, but when he finds himself falling for the dragon, he starts to hope again.
If only it wasn’t for the competition…
Rafe is homeless.
He is also sick. Impressionable, but far from innocent, Rafe ran away from home almost a year ago. His sickness is slowly killing him. But Rafe is not a hopeless case. He has learned to get by. Nights of paid passion turn to sheltering warmth from the imminent New York winter.
And then there’s a suitcase. Pierce’s suitcase, which holds secrets from everyone including its owner.
When their worlds collide, their lives intertwine and when the world seems bent on bringing the two souls to their knees, fate has other plans for them.
When Dave encounters woozy young Aaron Andersen at an art event—openly gay, with a house of his own in SF’s hip Bernal Heights neighborhood—he at first sees the 24-year-old techie as a harmless nerd and offers to drive him home. But Aaron soon has a hold on Dave, and as the men’s lives become more intertwined, Dave finds himself falling into an unexpected and passionate relationship, one that will require all his loyalty and commitment, and his faith in love.
Both men are damaged characters, and Dave wants to be good for Aaron. But can their new life together on Elsie Street really work out?
Somehow, my latest stunt and lousy attitude landed me in Redwood Academy. An exclusive university where they’re supposed to turn screw ups like me into upstanding citizens. Or some ridiculous crap like that. Still, it’s better than jail.
So, what’s the problem?
Well, the dean’s got it out for me, the troublemaking twink across the hall is obsessed with me, and his overprotective boyfriend doesn’t like me very much.
And then, there’s my roommate.
Bax is a complete psychopath. An obnoxious, dominating bastard, with a vicious sneer and massive biceps, and a past no one will talk about. I hate him like hell. Except when I don’t. When he uses those strong hands to punish me in ways I’ve never dreamed of, hate is the last thing on my mind.
Any normal person would be planning a jailbreak, I guess. Believe me, I’m tempted. But I’m starting to think I might actually belong here. Even worse, that I might want to belong. To Bax. And that’s definitely a problem.
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The two best bros hit the waves together, picking up life just like they had never spent a day apart, but there’s a tension that pulls beneath the surface of their relationship – old desires the two men thought they had buried in the past come roaring back like a breaking wave. Edison and Derek can’t forget a night they shared eight years ago, the night when two straight friends gave in to curiosity…
Will Edison and Derek be able to confront the riptide of attraction they share for each other before their relationship wipes out?
Victor is tired of being alone. And now, with his best friend’s impending wedding — and thus, relocation — just around the corner, it’s hard not to feel suffocated by the world around him. Little does he know, the world as he knows it is far more than it seems — and is about to be turned on its axis when he meets a particular blue-eyed stranger…
Bo Vargas is a cowboy-boot-wearing, meat-eating, truck-driving ode to masculinity. He’s not gay. The men he picks up on business trips are just anonymous diversions. Travis isn’t anonymous. And there’s something about him that makes Bo want to expand his relationship options. Maybe.
When a popular dating app sends Bo and Travis on the same blind date, the night explodes in passion. One night isn’t a problem. But what will each man be willing to risk the morning after?