A dragon who doesn’t know how to love….
Ivan, a dragon shifter, has done terrible things over the last 200 years, making him the last person with any right to expect fate to be kind to him.
It doesn’t matter that he’s changed, some things are simply unforgivable.
Ivan knows he’s not worthy of the kind of love he sees between the other dragons and their mates, but that doesn’t stop him from wishing things could be different.
A soldier who loves dragons…
Ty is dragonkind’s biggest fan. His twin brother was claimed and impregnated by one, and now dragons are some of his closest friends. Ty loves everything about them; their loyalty, their protectiveness, their unconditional devotion to their fated mates.
He’s never admitted it, but Ty secretly dreams of being claimed, too. That’s impossible, though. Dragons are male, and Ty isn’t gay. Besides, all the ones who aren’t already mated are evil… and evil is the thing Ty idealistically enlisted to fight against.
A destiny worth fighting for…
When a human and a dragon share a soul, fate won’t let anything stop them from coming together. But that isn’t any guarantee that life won’t find ways to pull them apart…
“I won’t get hurt again.”
“He probably has women falling at his feet.”
Attorney Alexander Wilson lies to himself. He’s not in the closet. He’s happy alone. He could come out to his work colleagues any time. Until then it’s one nerd and his Corgi, his string of failed relationships, and his collection of Space Shuttle toys. So when he’s hired by a tattooed, musclebound mechanic, it’s just as well that Conflict of Interest prevents him getting involved.
“A guy like him wouldn’t spend time with a guy like me.”
Mechanic Titus Edwards walked away from a promising Army career. As a former EOD expert he’s faced tougher environments than Flushing, Queens, but never a tougher job: raising his eight year old niece. When her biological father crawls out of the woodwork, Titus needs an attorney if he’s to protect her. But he’s not expecting to find himself drawn to Alex. After all, Alex is a guy. And Titus isn’t gay.
“We’re wasting time on a fairytale.”
Both men are haunted by pasts they would rather forget. But if they are to forge a future together they’re going to need to overcome more than their individual hurts. Can they learn to trust themselves and each other before it’s too late?
Fierce, rugged werebear Victor isn’t looking for love. He’s heading north to hibernate for a few months and avoid his problems. When he meets Andrew, the sexy human sparks his interest and drags him out of his comfort zone.
When Andrew’s ex refuses to admit defeat, a battle brews. Wolf versus bear, old versus new, love versus obsession. Will Andrew and Victor be able to rally enough support to save their newfound love… and maybe even their lives?
With spring break fast approaching, Troy’s best friend Gavin offers him the send-off of a lifetime: an all-expenses-paid trip to Florida.
Troy and Gavin’s friendship goes to unexpected places on the sandy beaches of Panama City. When Troy awakens from a night of passionate firsts, his bed is empty. Gavin is nowhere to be found. Now it’s Troy’s last day in college, and he can’t believe Gavin has turned his back on their friendship forever.
But Gavin has another surprise up his sleeve — a surprise that just might show Troy the true meaning of love.
The heroes of these four sizzling novellas each have to answer that question for themselves, even when it seems like the hardest thing in the world. You’ll love their anguish, heartbreak, good times, and happily ever afters.
For the first time, Elaine Ashford’s Stretch Pass, Missed Pass, Dropped Pass, and Breakaway Pass are collected together in one volume. Each of these scorching hot books stands alone, but get the whole package for all the gay sports romance you can handle.
Brilliant, indolent Dilyn spent years hiding his power. He doesn’t want to bond to an Alpha, doesn’t want to lose control of his life, or his gift.
Gwyr promises he won’t bond the Omega to him. But resolve flees when he sees the wolf for the first time. He knows they were meant to be together- but Gwyr can’t break his word.
Nick has had a bad year, and the next one is about to get even worse.
He’s lost his job and been served with divorce papers by his wife, all after being wrongfully convicted of a white collar crime. Due to an error in the system, Nick is sentenced to do twelve months of hard time in a violent State Prison.
Nick is worried about what life will be like once he’s forced behind bars, and he hires Brett, a gay former MMA fighter turned personal trainer, to help him prepare to defend himself.
Nick knows he’ll need to look for protection on the inside, and on his last day of training he asks Brett to help him prepare in a different way.
He’d rather take his hard, first-time lesson by choice rather than force, and Nick finds himself doing things he’d never imagined he’d do. And liking it. Once he’s forced behind bars, though, the reality of prison life is even more brutal and dangerous than Nick’s worst fears…
When an unexpected alpha arrives, Eli is appalled. Magnus is mean, he’s rude… and it’s clear that he’s the omega’s mate. Eli can’t stop himself from craving Magnus’s hard body and rough touch. But even as the gentle young shifter allows him access to his body, he won’t give him his heart.
The brash alpha has never needed an omega’s respect before. For the first time, he finds himself caring about what one thinks. He must win Eli over… if it isn’t already too late.
Will the sweet midwife cause Magnus to change his ways? And will the unenlightened alpha ever desire a baby of his own?