The Moore the Merrier by Alex Miska

“Our family will always have room for a few more Moores.”

The Moore family is growing exponentially this year! All three brothers are enjoying their Happily-Ever-Afters. Julian and Xander only have four weeks to plan their dream wedding and are waiting impatiently to welcome two homeless teens into their family. Amidst all the merriment, Chance discovers that he has siblings, and they need his help. He’s forced to confront his past, but he won’t have to face it alone.

Precious Ache by Amanda Young

Falling in love was his biggest mistake…

Abandoned as a child, Dave Blanchard learned to be self-reliant at an early age. Puberty brought an abnormal growth spurt that drove him further into his shell. At over seven feet tall, Dave has no problem finding men for casual sex, but the experiences leave him feeling cold and unsatisfied. His longing for love and commitment seems like a pipe dream.

Desperate for companionship, Dave signs up for a matchmaking service. His first date stands him up, but his luck improves when he runs into a former foster brother, Micah Black. Dave and Micah quickly rebuild their friendship, but with it comes the resurrection of the forbidden crush Dave harbored for Micah when they were teens.

When Micah’s life is threatened, Dave’s inhibitions melt away. Unfortunately, the price of one chaste kiss could mean the end of the friendship Dave wants so badly…

Savage by Hayden Hunt

Gage is a successful MMA fighter. He’s a hometown hero, he owns his own gym, and he’s on his way to becoming champion. Only one thing is missing in his life: love. But he refuses to date anyone, he wants to focus completely on his career.

At least, that’s what he tells people. But the truth is, he hasn’t been able to open up to anyone since he lost the love of his life, Abel. They were best friends growing up but when Gage confessed his feelings, Abel ran.

But now he’s back and so are all of the old feelings.

Slander by Avery Ford

Benedict d’Arcy has never had to worry about where his next meal was coming from. But when his beloved father dies, leaving his stepmother in charge of the family’s assets, Benedict is demoted from shining star to suspicious freeloader.

Kota’s parents have always been wealthy, too, but Kota chose another path in life – becoming a police officer and the only thing that’s missing from his life is a committed partnership with someone he loves.

When Benedict stumbles into the next county’s annual Policeman’s Ball, he doesn’t expect for a man with kind eyes and gentle hands to help him to his feet and claim that they’re together. He doesn’t expect an immediate show of trust to get to the bottom of his situation.

And he sure as hell doesn’t expect their one night of pretending to be in a relationship to lead to something more – something authentic.

Save Me by Piper Scott

Alpha Silas Rutledge would rather save omegas than date them. As an omega rehabilitation counselor, he’s worked with some of the city’s most troubled young men and never let a single one of them into his heart. But the second snarky ex-prostitute Elijah walks into his office, Silas knows he’s in trouble. Not only is Elijah the most stubborn omega he’s ever met, he’s the most gorgeous, too.

Survival is all Elijah McMillan understands after years spent selling his body in order to stay alive, but when Elijah is rescued from his brothel and entrusted to soft-spoken, dangerously handsome alpha Silas, he begins to long for something more. Something he can’t have.

When Elijah is thrust into harm’s way while under Silas’ care, the two must make a choice that will shape the rest of their lives—give in to love and pay the price, or walk away and be saved.

Love Me, Hate Me by Hawke Oakley

After growing up with less than perfect behavior, Aaron is starting fresh at his new college: new dorm, new experiences – and hopefully, a new boyfriend.

But it all goes to hell on the first day when he instantly makes a new enemy: a tall cocky guy named Riley – who turns out to be Aaron’s roommate.

Now Aaron has to navigate the unknowns of college life while a man who hates his guts sleeps right next to him. But are Riley’s feelings towards Aaron really that simple? Aren’t love and hate two sides of the same coin?

In the Wreckage by Hailey Turner

After surviving being turned into a metahuman, Captain Jamie Callahan got a second lease on life with the Metahuman Defense Force. The job requires his full dedication, so it’s no surprise Jamie doesn’t have time for a relationship. An enticing one-night stand with a gorgeous stranger is all it takes to show Jamie exactly what he’s been missing.

Staff Sergeant Kyle Brannigan didn’t know the hot guy he picked up at a bar was the leader of the MDF’s top field team. When Kyle gets seconded to Alpha Team to help fight a terrorist threat, he has to balance his desire for Jamie against his duty to keep his secrets safe.

Giving into passion could cost both their careers. Trying to abide by the rules will only result in heartache. An attack on MDF headquarters brings with it a choice Jamie and Kyle can’t escape—duty, or love?

A Chance on You by Bea Bailey

Jace has been adrift since coming to live with his aunt and uncle after the loss of his dad. A kid from the working class neighborhoods of south Boston, he’s out of place amid the wealth and privilege of Cape Cod. He finds solace in his art and his best friend Cole. After years of saving, he’s about to make his dream of attending art school come true.

Cole’s friendship with Jace is the one thing in his life his mother disapproves of. Groomed since childhood and with a brand-new degree from Duke, he’s heading to Washington D.C. to schmooze with policymakers and big business leaders. But he can’t leave Cape Cod until he fixes the rift with Jace.

It’s their last summer together, and Cole wants more from Jace than just friendship. Will these two opposites ignite? Or is the hurt between them too much for Jace to forgive?

Cozy by L.A. Watson

When a straight-laced barista meets a wayward man on the run from his past, sparks fly…♥

Harvey runs a tight ship at D.C.’s first and only cat cafe, Cozy. It serves as a nice respite from the harsh political climate of downtown, and he gets to spend time with two of his favorite things: cats and coffee. When a lost-looking man stumbles into the cafe with suitcases in tow and a big bag of yarn, who wouldn’t be intrigued?

Olivier is confused and rudderless in a new city after running away from his conniving parents. When he comes into the cafe and meets Harvey, he discovers friends, cats, and the homey atmosphere he never knew he needed. But will he be able to make a new life for himself here, or are the demons of his past too great?

Sometimes, we just need a little more Cozy in our lives.

The Plunge by Ruthie Luhnow

Matt Harper has the perfect life—so why is he so miserable? Matt can’t outrun his problems—and things only get more complicated when he meets a young, charismatic stranger he can’t seem to stay away from.

Wild, passionate, and deeply troubled, Josh Day is interested in one thing: forgetting his crappy life. When Josh meets Matt at a party, it seems like the perfect opportunity for his next hook up.

The two men are quickly drawn to each other, opening up to one another in ways they never have before. To be together, Matt will have to leave his old life behind completely and Josh must face the trauma he’s been hiding from—but they find that love alone may not be enough to overcome their fears.

Will both men be brave enough to take the plunge?

Trust by Cait Forester

After his homophobic father dies, Trey Pierce decides to blow his inheritance on the trip of a lifetime – finding a hook up in all fifty states as a final salute to the man who’d driven his mother to an early grave. He only makes it one state over.

Willow’s End, Missouri, hasn’t had much going for it after the mill closed down. It’s the last place you’d expect to make a living with a small bakery, but Charlie Baxter gets by. Even if being an out gay man in Willow’s End is nothing short of isolating.

When Trey’s car breaks down just outside the town limits, he doesn’t think much of waiting in some podunk little town for the necessary repairs. But Willow’s End does have something going for it – Charlie. But Charlie doesn’t do casual, and Trey doesn’t want to risk his own heart.