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My Omega’s Baby by S.C. Wynne

Blade Carr and Wyatt Smith are bodyguards from rival agencies who can’t stand each other.

Blade is a younger omega who thinks, Wyatt, a slightly older alpha, is arrogant and disrespectful. Wyatt believes Blade is nothing but a cocky punk. But when Wyatt receives a death threat, his boss decides the last place anyone will look for him is at Blade’s house.

Both men dread spending time together and are shocked when, despite their dislike of one another, they are suddenly physically attracted to each other. When they give into their lust one night, Blade just wants to pretend the perplexing night of passion never happened, but when the younger omega discovers he’s pregnant, the two men are forced to form a closer bond as they try to find a way to come together for the child.

Coffee and Bourbon by Jasper Grey

Noah Thomas has never met an obstacle he couldn’t overcome and it’s not going to happen now- not with his successful coffee shop and his life finally coming together. But when Alex Reynolds walks into the shop, the devilishly handsome man changes everything.

Alex Reynolds had given up on love a long time ago, preferring casual fun to long term relationships. After spending most of his life in the South and burning nearly every bridge there, the popular tattoo artist moved half-way across the country –to Loveland, Colorado of all places.

Together, Noah and Alex fit like missing puzzles pieces and their love was like coffee and bourbon –strong and intoxicating. But when the two men take their first vacation together, Alex realizes he can’t run from his past. Will reuniting with his best friend bring out the bad boy again? Can Alex rise above and show Noah he’s changed?

Family Man by Devyn Morgan

Back in the heartland town he escaped years ago, Van Farley finds the occasional beer and eye candy at the only local gay bar, catering to the Stetson set. Everyone’s got eyes for the new man, but Van must keep his head down and not risk his job as a teacher. That’s fine, until hot-and-doesn’t-know-it Jacob Strickland walks in.

Jacob grew up fast, settling down to give his pregnant, teenaged sister some stability. He doesn’t date. He needs to be a suitable father figure for both his sister and his nephew, now old enough to start school.

When Jacob gets dragged out to a local club, a sex-on-legs stranger gives him a night to remember.

One night only. No repeats. They’ll never see each other again.

Until the first day of school.

Professor Blood by Anna Wineheart

“You’re my enemy. The last person I’ll love.”

For two hundred years, Quinn has carried the weight of his sister’s death. Between teaching college classes, he buries himself in blood research. His goal? Never to drink from humans again. Except the new student in class, Brandon, smells like bliss.

Ever since vampires murdered his parents, Brandon has sworn to kill every vampire he meets. With eighty deaths under his belt, he enrolls in a biology class about blood… Only to discover that Professor Quinn is a vampire.

When Brandon blows his cover in a steamy clash, he blackmails Quinn to stay enrolled. But Quinn helps his students, refuses to drink human blood. The more time Brandon spends with him, the more he realizes that Quinn is human. If there’s one thing he wants more than Quinn’s body, it’s Quinn himself. And that goes against everything Brandon’s been fighting for.

Monster by Soren Summers

Bloodied corridors. Mangled bodies. Deranged test subjects. Just another day at Vertex, a corporation devoted to perfecting humanity by any means necessary. It’s up to Jarod Samuels to keep the hallways pristine and safe, but scrubbing bloodstains and bagging bodies is losing its luster.

Then someone new joins his department, this man with a huge ego and an even huger mouth. Gabriel Anderson is infuriating but intriguing, as brash as he is beautiful, and almost enough to keep Jarod preoccupied. Almost.

But between workplace hazards, psychic sociopaths, and a mysterious formula that alters the human body, Jarod’s doubts are surging. Should he stay with the corporation, or run like hell? This is Vertex, after all, where the walls watch with glass eyes, the laboratories groan with secrets – and employee termination ends more than just careers.

Rescue My Heart by Avery Ford

Arthur Jessup is running out of steam. In his final year as an undergraduate, he’s been working himself ragged.

Dmitri O’Hannahan has never really had anyone to depend on. He’s got trust issues a mile wide, and it doesn’t help that some young, starry eyed kid has decided to make him persona non grata at his only real social outlet – the Locust Hill Dog Shelter.

When Arthur comes into enough money to allow him to take a step back from his busy schedule, he decides to fill the void by volunteering at his local animal shelter. But finding out that the brooding, if deliciously handsome, Dmitri breeds and sells dogs rather than just adopting them, leaves Arthur with a bad taste in his mouth that not even Dmitri’s illicit kisses can transform.

I’m Your Man by Felix Brooks

Despite a graphic arts degree, Mason works in real estate to pay the bills. He’s excited when the ruggedly handsome owner of a mountain cabin hires him for what promises to be a big commission. Rhy doesn’t want to sell his grandfather’s cabin—since his parents kicked him out, the house is his only tie to what’s left of his family. But he needs a place near town. When he spots Mason’s photo and those soulful puppy-dog eyes, Rhy knows he’s found his man—or at least his real estate agent.

When a snowstorm forces Mason to bunk with Rhy for the weekend, they keep each other warm. Their relationship breaks the rules, threatening Mason’s job. While Mason works to get his career on track, Rhy battles the ghosts from his past. Can Mason help Rhy heal? Or is Rhy too damaged to become the man Mason needs?

Doctor to the Omega by Ashe Moon

Vander refused to accept the traditional omega lifestyle—find an alpha, have kids… No, he was going to be a warrior. When Vander fails to get into the world’s best fighting school, what else does he have left? Despite his parent’s wishes, settling is the last thing on his mind—but when he gets lost in snowy bear territory, fate has other plans for him.

For bears, the two worst things you can do are associate with wolves, and forsake the family business—and Pell has done both. A talented doctor, Pell abandoned his clan to volunteer in the wolf towns in desperate need of healers. When he finds Vander lost and freezing in a snowstorm, Pell takes him in to nurse him back to health. The storm means they aren’t leaving Pell’s cabin any time soon. Just what can happen when a wolf omega and a bear alpha are snowed in together?

His Baby to Defend by Kiki Burrelli

Brady is a small town veterinarian living in the closet. Celibacy is a small price to pay for tranquility and community. That is, until a pair of imposing, alpha men burst into his life.

Wolf shifter Glenn has one mission, to deliver an injured wolf to a small town veterinarian, he didn’t expect that veterinarian to be his mate.

Parker’s pack his dying and it is up to him to save the coyotes by spying on the town of Riverside and preparing his family for a siege. There is only one problem. He falls hard and fast for both the human vet and the wolf shifter.

Their desire for each other cannot be ignored but as the relationship grows the outside world presses in. While pack duties and familial obligations threaten to tear them apart, can they overcome discrimination and find their happy ending?

My Baby’s Birth by Rosa Swann

I can’t believe how fast the time has passed, so much has happened in the last nine months and I’m about to become a father. Nine months look like nothing at all when you’re suddenly at the end of them. I’m not even sure if I’m ready yet.

I’m so glad that the pregnancy is coming to an end, I feel like I swallowed a beach ball by now, and I feel like I look like one too. But I’m also looking forward to finally meeting the baby, the little life inside of me. To share this amazing world with another life.

Macho by Enrique Cruz

Jared is too young, and I’ve got too much baggage.

Owning Macho is enough, more than enough to keep me busy. I own the gym with my ex, Thorne. He’s Mr. Popular, and I’m the paper-pushing geek stuck in the office.

The first time I saw Jared, he made me smile. His tenacity and will to succeed touched me, and triggered my internal alarm system.

Every time I’ve given my heart away, it’s been scorched. Falling for a young kid like Jared is out of the question.

His sadness draws me in, and I want to protect him from the agony I see hidden behind his innocent, young eyes.

I’ve known that pain myself, and I’ll do anything to help him, except…
Do I have to give him my heart?
Do I even have a choice?