The last thing Micah Hart expects when he follows his best friend to L.A. is to come face-to-face with the man whose hot, big-screen love scenes were instrumental in his own sexual awakening. Micah—along with a million other movie goers—has fantasized about Asher Cain for as long as he can remember, but actually living out those fantasies awakens something else altogether… his heart.
And some achieve it, for a price…
Asher Cain’s agent has steered his career into box-office gold, and after fifteen years in Hollywood, Ash has achieved everything he’s ever wanted. The only price has been staying in the closet, but the adulation of millions has made up for never having love of his own. Until he meets Micah.
Is it possible to have it all?
When the two meet, sparks fly, and Micah will have to balance his star-struck infatuation with his own self-respect while Ash is finally pushed to decide once and for all if he’s willing to risk everything he’s built for the one thing he’s never had. Love.
Michael is an omega with about three-hundred book boyfriends, and no real-life dating experience. When his friend invites him to visit on the Island of Dragons, he can’t wait to go. He doesn’t expect to find the love of his life during one short vacation since that only happens in books. So the shock of falling head over heels for the first dragon he meets hits him completely unprepared.
Kylan wants to find true love, but he knows he won’t get it as long as he can’t control the dragon within him. Finding out his fated mate is a human omega, and one who seems to call out to his inner beast, throws his life into a tailspin. He can run, and lose the best thing that’s ever happened to him, or give in to his baser nature, and risk hurting Michael.
It seems like an easy decision, until Solstice night adds a new complication that will tie them together for life.
Jørgen’s a broken man, but now, thanks to Geir’s psychiatrist uncle, he might get some professional help to come to term with his past and post-traumatic stress disorder. But he feels hollow and empty without Geir—because Geir was the one who made life worth living.
They might as well live worlds apart. Geir can only visit during school holidays, and Jørgen can’t face going to a big city at all. A year’s a long time; can a tentative relationship such as theirs survive so long apart?
Join Wes and Kit, Robert and Louie, and their friends and family at Skeffield Manor. Except that there is mischief afoot here…in the beautiful country home and with a mysterious magical object.
A story told from multiple points of view.
As Dave pulls away from him, Aaron must look inward for answers to his grief and confusion.
In this powerful sequel to Elsie Street, set in contemporary San Francisco, all bets are off.
After a bad breakup, Alex Abbott is living with his parents and looking for a job. The best thing about being home is seeing his closest friend again. Going away to college didn’t diminish Alex’s attraction to Gavin Crawford one bit … but Gavin is straight, and doesn’t even know Alex is gay.
Gavin is tired of serial monogamy. For now, all his energies are going into his fledgling motorcycle shop. Reconnecting with Alex gives him a boost, as does the other man’s offer to help him with advertising. But when Alex confesses he’s gay, Gavin’s initial surprise is quickly overcome by curiosity … and other feelings it’s more difficult to put a name to.
Alex is relieved by Gavin’s acceptance, but becoming more than friends is fraught with danger. If he lets himself fall for the one man he’s always wanted, his heart will be shattered once Gavin goes back to women. Will Alex risk everything? And if he does, how can Gavin convince him that he’s not just playing around this time?
Corwen’s emotions are a frozen wasteland after years of enslavement and abuse. When he’s finally rescued, freedom isn’t enough to thaw the wintry landscape of his heart.
Slowly, his new compatriots teach him that physical intimacy is a sacred gift, that pleasure can be shared without pain. With endless patience, they offer him a different way of being.
In order to be whole, Corwen must surrender the self-loathing he wears like armor. Can he learn to see himself the way his new companions do? Or will he hide from love forever in the icy vault that shields his deepest soul?
His heartbreak comes from a misunderstanding.
But David has a private reason for volunteering to serve as an Alpha, a reason that threatens to tear their small family apart. As Jon’s world is turned upside down by his Alpha’s secret, David realizes just how important Jon is to him. Can this proud Alpha earn forgiveness before Jon decides to abandon Haven for good?
Randy is a star quarterback who lives to play. The only problem is, so is Ted, and the golden boy got there first. After a year on the bench, Randy knows he has to go somewhere else if he wants his chance to shine. Luckily for him, a rival school is eager to steal him away. The fact that Randy’s previous team sees it as a betrayal seems like a small price to pay.
A summer of tension between the young men turns them into star-crossed lovers before the school year can even start, and neither quarterback knows exactly how to deal with that, so they both try to ignore it. Ignoring what is building between them proves to be more difficult than they’d thought, however, and it happens again. The pressure is on for the young, handsome football stars. America is watching.
They can’t keep their hands off of each other.
Are their egos up to the test? Can their relationship make it through competition, adversity, and a summer adventure in New Zealand? Is it worth risking everything for?
Six months ago, Cal left California with barely a word to Sean. Now they’re both at the Summer Games, and Sean’s determined to get some answers from his disappearing ex-boyfriend.
Cal left to fix a mess back home, but even that hasn’t been enough to keep scandal from brewing. There’s only one way out for him: winning Gold. But when Sean sweeps back into Cal’s life, even swimming starts taking a backseat to their steamy reconciliation.
Sean says he only wants answers, but Cal’s explanations aren’t helping anyone. Can these two athletes figure out what’s coming between them or will their relationship sink once again?
Raffy and Mook are unlikely opposites thrown together as Stanford roommates. Raffy’s a nerd and Mook’s a jock, Raffy’s an introvert and Mook’s an extrovert, but anyway, no matter what, they both know they’re straight. As their friendship bonds grow, Raffy starts noticing the outline of Mook’s thighs and his lean swimmer’s body, but he knows not to endanger his relationship with a roommate.
A summer research trip to the South Pacific puts Raffy and Mook in close quarters, away from prying eyes. Mook is coming into his own as an academic, while Raffy comes into his own as a man — but when they return to Stanford, they’re faced with the choice between going back to what they’ve known or forging a new life together.