“Love exists… in books, at least.”
There’s no way bookstore owner Jeremy Bennett is going to his ten-year class reunion after accidentally drunk-posting on the reunion’s Facebook page and making himself sound a) much more interesting than he actually is, by b) claiming to do the kind of things he actually only reads about, and c) worse, also claiming to have a super hot boyfriend, when in reality, d) his dating history is more like the bastard love child of a trainwreck and a what-not-to-do reality show.
“I’m no good at romance.”
When one of Nick Roberts’ personal training clients mistakes him for the boyfriend of a new gym member, Nick decides to play along on a whim. After all, he can’t let the guy die from embarrassment, and besides, even though Nick isn’t gay, he has a feeling that the story behind the mistaken identity might prove to be the most fun he’s had since moving to Tulsa.
“I went from faking it to feeling it. Don’t tell me this isn’t real.”
Falling for your fake boyfriend is a guaranteed dating fail. Unless the stars align…
Then he meets Alex.
Alex has a lust for life that Liam has never seen before. He stirs up feelings inside Liam that have never been stirred. But to be with him is to accept something he’s never considered before: that he might be gay.
Crime lord A.R. Carrow made billions with his gang, The Company. The seemingly-invincible, hand-picked team ruled Southern California with outrageous heists and a flare for the dramatic.
When Dustin Wrenshall asked to join The Company, Carrow should have been cautious. But something about the brash young demolitions expert and his raw desire to please made Carrow ignore every alarm bell.
From the moment Dust entered his life, Carrow wanted him.
And Carrow always got what he wanted.
Justin doesn’t want to admit to his feelings, especially since Kyle is a little younger than him and seems so vulnerable and damaged.
There’s more at work in their lives than sometimes out-of-control powers or teasing and flirting: there’s a protective and easily annoyed boss, and unexpected danger. Because even out-of-control powers are of use to somebody.
Tyler Samuels had his reasons for leaving the country town where he grew up. He moved to the city, established a home and a career, and found love. Now Ty is in his early thirties, and as his life takes another tragic turn, he finds himself returning to the place he first ran from.
Mac McGrath has lived in Armidale all his life. He loves his family and his job as an electrician, running the family business. The only thing missing in his life is a relationship. When Ty, his teenage crush, arrives back in town, maybe he has found someone to love at last.
What starts as friends with benefits quickly turns to more for Mac, but Ty will need to let go of his memories if he is to learn to love again. But can Mac wait that long?
Damian had never given thought to any kind of relationship with anyone. Until he met Josh one rainy night—and his whole life changed.
Josh just wanted to be loved, but he never thought he would be. Not with his past and his problems. Until he met Damian.
But can a fledgling relationship survive the horrors of their traumatic pasts and debilitating mental illness? They’ve both been scarred by the people who were supposed to protect them. They are scarred souls.
And when he abducts Caden for a night of pleasure, King Wrak’h of the planet Retevin has no idea that the sexy Earth male is in fact his Fated Mate.
None of them suspect that their night together will end up with Caden pregnant.
Or that Caden will be hunted by evil aliens who are dead set on getting their long, thin hands on the unborn heir to the Retevin kingdom…
Alien King’s Baby is a standalone science fiction romance novel featuring male pregnancy, sexy alien warriors, steamy gay scenes and a Happy Ever After ending!
Seven decades after the pandemic that changed us forever, the population is still teetering on the brink of extinction. Men and women live in entirely separate asexual communities. Most people are infertile, and male babies are rare. Adult males are generally impotent and lethargic, a consequence of altered DNA.
Does the Matriarchal society work in the interests of all citizens?
A minority of people still crave physical, sexual pleasure. The West Beach fertility unit doubles as a brothel for deviants, women who desire men. Alton and Paul are among the minority of men who are virile.
When Alton leaves his rural male community, he is shocked to discover he is expected to provide sexual services to wealthy women. He can’t do it. He has someone special on his mind. Alton feels more than brotherly love for his lifelong friend. After five months apart they will be reunited but does Paul feel the same?
All Noah wants is to climb the career ladder and enjoy life in the big city. But when he meets Wesley, CEO of the firm his company is working with, all he can think about is the brooding, aloof millionaire. When the two find themselves alone together, the sparks fly. Things will never be the same again…
When Noah gets pregnant, Wesley discovers his long lost family, and the big secret of his shifter status is revealed, the budding relationship hits the rocks. Are the two destined to be together for life?
When his uncle dies, Garrick Vaughn is stunned to learn Uncle David left him his promised inheritance of eleven million dollars, on one condition. He must marry within forty-five days, and harder still, stay married for a year. His uncle always wanted him to reconcile with his ex-boyfriend after their bitter breakup, but that’s not an option. Uncle David never knew that his ex was controlling and possessive. Garrick can’t just pass up the money, though. His nonprofit, No Child Unfed, desperately needs the funding.
Jeremy Bullock loves his job at NCU, and he’s always had a huge crush on the handsome boss who’s out of his league. As the guardian of his eight-year-old niece while his sister is stationed overseas, Jeremy needs the income his job provides. When he overhears Garrick’s dilemma, Jeremy impulsively proposes. Jeremy needs his job and Garrick needs the inheritance to keep the nonprofit open. It’s a convenient win-win. There’s certainly no need for love to come into the picture.
When their feelings begin to collide with their professional arrangement, will Garrick and Jeremy each be able to hold up their end of the bargain?