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As Big As The Sky by Amy Aislin

Sam wants nothing to do with his irresponsible, sarcastic neighbor…or does he?

Sam McAuley is having a rough start to the summer: Not only is he being sued, but the new guy running the animal rehabilitation center next door has no idea what he’s doing and his runaway chickens constantly end up in Sam’s pristine yard.

Everything is temporary for Bo Novak. For as long as he can remember, it’s been one town to the next, one school to the next, one job to the next. Even his current job—running his sister’s animal rehab center while she’s away on a four-month leave—is temporary. And he does know what he’s doing, thank you very much. Sure, things don’t always run smoothly, but the stick-in-the-mud next door could be a little nicer about it.

One overheard conversation, an olive branch, and a baseball game might show these guys that being at odds isn’t really what they want, and that what they want might just be each other.

Splinter by E. Davies

After zero-gravity heroics left astronaut Nicolas Rogers injured, his new job as a Smoky Mountains park ranger seems perfect. Deep in the woods, Nico’s practically a hermit. Sure, he has good friends in nearby Knoxville, but he’s otherwise free from petty drama and broken hearts… until Deen enters his world.

Rock star and international playboy Deen Jayse needs image rehab and a break from fame. His manager strongly suggests a stint in the Smokies, promoting national parks and being wholesome. Which would be a lot easier if Nico weren’t there in his sexy park ranger uniform.

They’ve both experienced the isolation of fame, and while their loneliness brings them together, their worlds threaten to tear them apart. Deen can’t just drop everything to go live in the mountains, and Nico can’t abandon them… After a taste of being together, how can they possibly face a future apart?

Clickbait by Garett Groves

A frustrated journalist. An abrasive internet sensation. Desire even enemies can’t deny.

Jeff Taylor is a cable news juggernaut with an axe to grind with the media industry that made him. After Jeff melts down on air and tells the world exactly what he thinks of the media, he’s fired and blacklisted by every media organization… except NewSpin, a company Jeff blames for everything.

Kile Avery is a viral blogger who’s built an online empire by posting scathing takedowns. So when he’s approached by NewSpin for a documentary mini-series, he can’t say no… Even if Jeff Taylor is the reporter assigned to the project.

The two have nothing in common save for their distaste for each other, but they quickly discover they share real chemistry on and off camera—chemistry neither wants to acknowledge.

Can they set aside their differences? Or is their story destined to become another clickbait headline?

Married for the Millions by Parker Avrile

Soap opera star Cody’s celebrity lifestyle is about to come crashing down when he inherits a grizzly-sized dog. Maggie comes with a nine million dollar trust, and Cody isn’t the only one after the money. If he wants permanent custody, he must prove he can provide a stable home for a beast the size of a bus.

Enter Shane, a hunky animal trainer who always needs funds for his big dog rescue center. A hunk who also happens to be Cody’s ex…

One quickie Vegas wedding later, Cody and Shane are the dream couple to adopt Maggie the Newfoundland. The judge will love them. The cash is in the bag.

Except now there are nine million reasons for Cody’s half-brother to tear the new couple apart.

Just when they’re starting to rediscover each other all over again.

Our Second Chance Life (Second Chance Mates 8) by Rosa Swann

Life with a baby is interesting, a life that is never boring. But I’m also aware that there is a special date coming closer really quickly. The one year anniversary of Logan’s death. And no matter how much I try to stay strong, it scares me. Because there is still so much pain, even if I don’t want to keep reminding ourselves of it.

No matter how much I try, the dates on the calendar keep reminding me that the first anniversary of Logan’s death is coming closer quickly. While the loss of losing my mate is still painful, there is also something else going through my head, without Wilder I wouldn’t have had a second chance at happiness, at life.

The Omega’s Surprise Baby by Ann-Katrin Byrde

Singer-songwriter Kade Ashton knew omegas rarely succeed in showbiz, but that didn’t stop him from trying. Ever since he’s escaped the man he was forced to marry, music has been his one true love. Now the stage feels like home to him–until a scandal derails his career. To get back on track, he’ll take any job at all. Even if that means performing at a small-town wedding in New England.

After his husband’s death, Shane thinks he’ll never find love again. Now a single dad, he focuses all his energy on his children instead. Dating again seems impossible, until he’s asked to host the singer for his cousin’s wedding. Kade’s music draws him to the compassionate omega, and before long, he finds himself sharing a bed with Kade.

It’s supposed to be a one-night-stand, until a positive pregnancy test changes everything.

Brody & Nick by A.D. Ellis

Army specialist Brody King is a successful and respected soldier. With only a year left in his commitment, he devises a plan to help him save money—a plan that requires him to marry.

Nick Ferguson is working toward college graduation and his community services management career. With his lease about to expire, he’s more than willing to take Brody up on his crazy marriage scheme.

A solution that seems quick and easy turns into more than either of them ever anticipated. When Brody’s fears and insecurities surface, he makes a decision that may push Nick away forever.

Can a fake marriage built upon friendship withstand the obstacles of an uncertain future?

Brody & Nick is a story as old as time. Marriage of convenience, friends-to-lovers, and a guy who needs to pull his head from his ass.

Pillow Talk by Pandora Pine

Devastated by a cheating scandal that ended his marriage Logan Reid is a man on the verge of ending it all. A job offer to host a late night call-in show for the lovelorn called Pillow Talk is a last shot for Logan, who is struggling to find a way to start over.

Greyson Montgomery is homeless and jobless after a disastrous relationship. He’s forced to move back in with his parents and rebuild his shattered life. Alone and miserable, he tunes in to the debut of Pillow Talk and decides to call the show with his own tale of heartbreak.

Ratings at PRIDE XM soar after Greyson’s call to Logan, triggering the program manager to invite Grey to co-host Pillow Talk for a few weeks.

Are these two brokenhearted men too damaged to trust again, or will they take the opportunity to share some Pillow Talk of their own?

Eyes On Him by Riley Knight

Julian was on stage at a crappy little jazz club when he laid eyes on the most beautiful man that he’d ever seen, and even better, the man with the eyes of an angel and the body of a God was looking right back at him.

The connection was instant and powerful, and Luca and Julian fall into a whirlwind romance that seems, to both of them, to be almost too good to be true. Which usually means it is.

Luca has to travel for work, and while he was gone, tragedy struck and left Julian reeling, having lost everything. With no way to contact Luca, Julian tried to tell himself that the dream was over. He threw himself into his work, and he became an overnight sensation with the first song that he ever wrote, the song for Luca.

Will that song be enough to bring them back together?

What If by Cameron Riley

Ryan Taylor is a gay twenty-two-year-old whose life is about to change dramatically.

After his apartment floods, Ryan moves back in with his parents but desperately wants to escape their homophobic attitudes. He sees an ad for a relatively cheap two-bedroom apartment. However, there’s one requisite – only couples can move in.

By chance, Ryan meets his high school crush in a coffee shop; the tall, handsome and strong ex-jock. When an unfortunate set of circumstance has both men searching for a place to live, they conspire to pose as a couple in order to share the two bedroom apartment.

Jesse is not looking for a friend or a lover, but he finds both. He’s not gay, but he’s not entirely straight either.

Soon their friendship is threatened by illicit indulgence, but will this ruin them or transform their home and fake engagement into a happily-ever-after?