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Looking for Love by Stella Starling

Micah Finn Rawlings has lived most of his life blind, sheltered, and craving adventure. Now, at twenty-two, he’s got his sight back and is ready to take on the world. Well, sort of.

His newly restored vision isn’t perfect, but even his most awkward moments tend to turn out pretty well in the end. Proof? Tripping and falling at the feet of the hottest man he’s ever seen. A man who’s definitely interested in him, too.

Well… probably. Maybe? Actually, Micah has no experience whatsoever with such things and isn’t really sure, but a boy can hope, right?

Zach Hunter is looking for love. For the past year, he’s been dating any man or woman who sparks his interest in the hope of finding something that, frankly, he’s not entirely sure exists. The only problem? There hasn’t been a spark. At least, not the kind Zach’s holding out for. That’s okay, though. The best things in life are always worth the wait.

Besides, it’s not like he can expect love to just fall at his feet… right?

Surrendered to the Sea by Dessa Lux

Omega Devon Griffith feels like his life is already over; he’s failed out of school and soon his parents will arrange a loveless mating for the good of the pack. He wants someone to love him for himself, but it seems like he’s missed his chance. When he gives in to a dark impulse and slips into the sea, he thinks that one moment of surrender will be the end…

Sea god Lir has spent years living only in the present, forgetting his own troubled past and never worrying about the future. Then his father issues an ultimatum: Lir needs to prove he can care for someone else, or he’ll be banished from the sea forever. Lir doesn’t even know where to start, until a werewolf falls into his sea and nearly drowns. This is Lir’s chance to show he can be responsible for a mortal. He may not know anything about werewolves, but how hard can it be?

When Devon’s heat arrives, Lir quickly discovers that caring for him takes more than just food, water, and shelter…

Screwed by Van Barrett

“I never thought I’d want to get screwed by a mechanic …”

After a seedy auto repair shop over-charged the wrong customer, Miami 8 News secretly dispatches intern Liam Byrne to investigate. His assignment? To get ripped off by the crooked crew at Scud’s Auto, and catch it all on camera.

There’s only one problem: hunky mechanic Paul Parisi keeps getting in the way. And even though the tall, muscular stud in the oil-stained jumpsuit swears he’s straight, Liam’s convinced they have a spark.

With a promotion on the line, can Liam resist Paul’s flirting and obtain the footage he needs? Can he keep his cover, or will Paul learn the truth?

Dancing on Ice by Reegan Ellis

To Charles Shaw, skating is all that matters. He doesn’t need other people; all he needs is a sturdy pair of boots and fresh ice beneath him. After being out of the game for two seasons due to injury, Charles is ready to return to the competitive figure skating scene in a big way.

There’s just one little problem: one Jamie Morales, owner of a pair of gorgeous dark eyes and a shimmering smile that manages to thaw even the most stubborn parts of Charles no matter how hard he tries to freeze Jamie out. But Charles needs to focus–gold medals are the only things he should have his eyes on, not his handsome, charming rival.

They’re both fighting tooth and nail to win…

But when hearts get involved, they may just discover that gold medals aren’t the only things up for grabs…

Wishes for the Wolf by Parker Skye

Ryan isn’t sure if finding Izzy is a blessing or a curse. And, since Izzy is technically a demon, it really could go either way. Ryan thinks he’s just along for the ride, sent by his werewolf alpha to guard his pack mates, Ben and Adam, as Adam finishes the last few weeks of high school. But on the way back to Texas, fate intervenes and gifts Ryan a new travelling companion in the form of one bedazzled genie named Izzy. Ryan’s only got until all three wishes are granted to convince the D’Jinn he’s more than just an indentured servant. He’s Ryan’s soulmate, whether Izzy likes it or not. But even if Ryan can get the D’Jinn to love him back, can he break the curse of the lamp or will he lose his mate forever in the end?

The Rainbow Clause by Beth Bolden

Heisman winner. Member of the National Championship team. NFL Rookie of the Year. Quarterback Colin O’Connor knows he’s become the ultimate romance novel cliché: all the success he’s ever dreamed of but nobody to share it with. Too bad it’s not as simple as asking out the next girl who intrigues him – because the next girl to intrigue him probably won’t be a girl at all.

Unexpectedly, the solution comes in one neat package: Nick Wheeler, lead journalist for a leading sports and pop culture blog. Hired by Colin’s team, Nick comes to Miami to shine a spotlight on the NFL’s most private quarterback.l

The heat in Miami rises when Nick discovers that Colin is nothing like the hollow personality he pretends to be in interviews and he’s even hotter in person than on his Sports Illustrated cover.

Code Blue by Max Walker

Ethan Winter’s world is rocked after a tragedy leaves him an empty husk of who he once was. He lives his days focusing solely on his patients and not much else.There was nothing that could make him feel any better.

Crow Kensworth is ready for the time of his life. He just recently came out of the closet and is preparing for his first national tour, his music career taking off. Things couldn’t get any better.

When Ethan’s world crashes into Crow’s everything gets thrown off course.

The two men start believing things actually could get better.

Then the letters begin, and Crow’s world is threatened by a stalker who seems to be fixated on the swoon-worthy singer. Both Ethan and Crow will need to find strength in each other as the stalker becomes more and more desperate for Crow’s heart, going to lengths neither of them imagined possible.

Condemned Mates by James Wolfe

Cecil has always doubted whether or not Sam is his true fated mate. When you find your fated mate, it is supposedly an overwhelming feeling of passion and love. Sam felt it but Cecil did not. But in his species, you can never be wrong about your mate. If Sam felt it, they must be mates.

At least, that was what Cecil once believed. Until he meets human Lyle, who makes him question everything he thought he knew about finding his fated mate. But how can he go after his one true love when he’s already mated to someone else?