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Salt & Pepper by Garett Groves

Tim Moore has everything he should: a career, a beautiful home, and a loving partner—until his boyfriend dumps him. With his 40th birthday quickly approaching, Tim feels time slipping away.

Hoping to help, Tim’s best friend books him a vacation at a bed and breakfast. There he meets Ryan Jenkins, whose energy gives Tim the tinge of something he hasn’t felt in a very long time: love.

Ryan’s life hasn’t exactly gone according to plan since graduating from college. At 26, he didn’t anticipate losing his mother and being left to run her bed and breakfast. He can’t afford to say no to Tim’s stay. Tim sets off all of Ryan’s alarms, but something about Tim feels different.

There’s every reason to doubt that things could work, yet neither can resist their desire.

It’s said that good things come to those who wait—have Tim and Ryan waited long enough?

Faith by Tallulah Scott

Joey Kavanagh is on the run.

A two-time Pulitzer prize winning journalist for his reporting from Honduras and Syria, Joey has seen the worst humanity has to offer – torture, mass killings, unspeakable brutality unfolding before his eyes.

He reported what he saw, focusing the attention of the world on the atrocities, bringing hope and help to those who were suffering the most.

But his work came at a horrible cost: his lover, the man he expected to spend the rest of his life with, was killed by those Joey was seeking to expose.

He leaves his career and everything he’s known, returning to his childhood home in the mountains of Southwest Virginia, where he hopes to spend his days in quiet solitude.

Then he meets Rob, a younger man who has a strange, magnetic pull on Joey, touching his heart in ways Joey no longer thought was possible …

Jack of Thorns by Amelia Faulkner

Florist, psychic, and addict Laurence Riley accidentally summons a fertility god who is willing to fix his problems for a price, and it’s one Laurence just can’t pay: he must keep Jack fed with regular offerings of sex, and the florist has fallen for the one man in San Diego who doesn’t want any.

If they’re to survive Jack’s wrath, Laurence and Quentin must master their blossoming feelings and gifts, but even then the cost of Laurence’s mistake could well overwhelm them both. How exactly are mere mortals supposed to defeat a god?

Audible by Hayden Hunt

After losing his job as a journalist, Cameron spends a night drinking at a local bar where he meets Brian. Cameron doesn’t usually date but decides one night of fun can’t hurt.

As it turns out, it can hurt. When Cameron gets hired as a sports journalist who cannot enter into relationships with players, he learns Brian is actually a famous football player. Now Cameron has to choose between a new possible love interest and his job, but it isn’t an easy choice.

The Wizard by the Sea by Anna Wineheart

On his tenth birthday, Connor trips over a wizard on the shore. Amidst clovers and roses drawn in the sand, the wizard promises to teach him magic.

Yates has never been a mentor—he doesn’t deserve the privilege. But Connor comes to him after a tragedy, broken and helpless, and stays for years. They fall in love. Yates knows he shouldn’t: he’s shaped this boy into a man. He shies away from Connor’s affection… until his nineteenth birthday, when they celebrate a hard-won victory and surrender to desire. Ashamed, Yates banishes his student, leaving a hole in both their hearts.

Four years later, a tidal wave sweeps Connor back into Yates’ life. There, he discovers that Yates has withheld secrets from him, secrets that could change his life. Their past is fractured, their future uncertain. But the one thing Connor knows is that he’s always loved the wizard by the sea.

Omega to the Ranchers by Stephen Hoppa

After being beaten and left in the woods, Ryan wakes up in the bed of two powerful ranchers who are much more than they appear to be. As he learns to accept their supernatural nature and the role he has to play in saving their pack, Ryan also has to grapple with the question; can he learn to fall in love with the two men after everything he’s been through?

Ride of Your Life by Noah Harris

Drake is an omega who just wants to be left alone, which becomes difficult when the Alpha of his pack decides he wants him as a mate. Rather than accept, Drake decides to run, and he’s been running ever since. He relishes the thrill of the wild and the easiness of freedom. When he runs low on cash, however, he makes a snap decision to head down south to participate in an amateur rodeo to earn the prize money. His only problem? He’s never ridden a bull in his life. Luckily, a friendly trucker points him in the direction of a local dude ranch where he can find a teacher.

Work of Art by Rachel Kane

Private eye Derek Marlowe wishes he’d never agreed to hunt down this stolen painting for a wealthy client. He can’t tell a Van Gogh from a Picasso. Fortunately, he finds art historian (and sometimes nude model) Theo Stanton, who’s the expert he needs. Unfortunately, from the second they meet, Derek finds himself hopelessly attracted to the younger man.

Theo is frightened. The truth is, he’s the thief who stole the painting. The last thing he needs now is to get close to Derek…yet Theo can’t get him out of his mind. As they work together, his feelings grow, but it could all be destroyed if Derek ever found out the truth.

Derek knows Theo is too cultured, too hot, and too young for him. But he can’t fight the attraction he feels. Can Derek and Theo’s budding May-December relationship survive the deep secret that lurks between them?

Bedside Manner by DJ Jamison

Dr. Paul Johnston can’t get a set of dark, somber eyes out of his head, and the timing couldn’t be worse. The last thing he needs is to fall for a patient. Not now, when his job is at stake.

Reeling from an assault that landed him in the hospital, Zane Kavanaugh is floundering, and there’s only one man who can soothe him.

Paul is afraid to start a relationship, and Zane can only handle so much more rejection. Will these two find their perfect moment, or will they realize you can’t choose when and how you fall in love?