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Again by Aubrey Cullens writing as Sierra Riley

“How do I fall out of love?”

Cash Bennett enlisted in the Marines the day his boyfriend married someone else, but military life failed to numb the pain. Nothing can distract him from one inescapable truth, though: He lost his heart the first time he laid eyes on Robbie Logan, and he’s never going to get it back.

An accident on Robin Logan’s eighteenth birthday changed his life. Now, he doesn’t remember what they once were to each other, and Cash can’t forget the way they’d been.

Sometimes, though, life gives you a second chance to do it all over again…

Bound by the Alpha by Kellan Larkin

Alpha Rordan doesn’t think he’ll ever get his own Omega—who’d want a disabled Alpha, one who doesn’t stand a chance of ever joining the Alpha Guard? No one cares that Rordan has the gift of foresight—they only care about athletic Alphas who can fight.

Omega Hunter desperately wants his own baby with an Alpha he loves. But he’s already betrothed to someone with known for being rough with Omegas—and not in a good way. When Rordan meets Hunter, they form a special connection and agree they must find a way to be together.

When Rordan is inducted into the mysterious Council and Hunter’s betrothed turns out to be worse than he’d imagined, the two find that the pack wars draw them farther apart. Just as the tide turns in favor of Black River, Rordan discovers a pitfall—but will anyone listen to him? And can the two end up together?

Home by Taylor Stone

Will never planned to come home to Red Mountain. He’d left his small hometown to make something of himself, and he had – resisting his father’s heavy handed control to build a thriving company from his own grand passion – art.

Ben’s life has been stagnant since high school. He’s never had the money to leave town or follow his dreams, but his job gives his life purpose, and he dates enough to not be lonely. Until one of his exes turns into a crazed stalker.

When Will’s grandfather passes away suddenly, Will is recalled home to oversee the estate. Reconnecting to his best friend Ben is more than wonderful – it’s a solution. Faking a marriage is the perfect answer to Ben’s stalker problem and Will’s inheritance clause. Only Will is straight – and Ben’s never been able to get over his childhood crush on his best friend.

Making the Cut by Declan Rhodes

“He took me down…all the way to the minors, and now he wants to be friends.”

Tyler Phoenix was a top spring training baseball prospect. Then lackluster performance culminated in humiliation from three consecutive strikeouts in a single game. Afterwards, he was cut from the roster and sent to the minor leagues

Luke Meyers delivered the strikeouts. He brought the young prospect to his knees, but it was all in a day’s work for a pitcher in the highly competitive Grapefruit League.

A year later Tyler and Luke are thrown together in an airport hotel when a blizzard shuts down flights out of New York. Luke tries to break down the walls of animosity while Tyler clings tight to his still seething anger. Behind it all is an attraction that drives both of them together again and again.

Billionaire’s Indecent Proposition by Blake Feldman

My dad stole money.
A lot of money.
And now his boss is coming to collect.

My dad has been stealing money from the company where he works. Now the CEO wants his head and possibly mine.
My dad fled the country already.
Without him, I’m going to take the fall.
His boss comes to me with a proposition. I can pay off the debt.
Ten nights.
No holds barred.
I say no, of course. I’m not that kind of person.
It doesn’t matter that his boss is a former male model.
It doesn’t matter that he’s always made my heart beat faster.
It doesn’t matter that he is the smartest person I’ve ever met.
Nope. None of that matters at all. There are some things that money can’t buy, and I’m one of them.
Then I find myself sending him a text.

Seeing Sunrise by Raleigh Ruebins

A one-time hookup becomes a summertime roommate…

Jesse is in Colorado for the summer, and he is determined to have fun. During his first week in town, he has a sexy hookup in a bar with a mysterious man. The connection is explosive, but afterward, he refuses to meet up again.

But then Jesse finds out that the man will be his roommate for the rest of summer…

Nathan is hurting after his engagement crumbled. He’s focused on his work as a photographer, and definitely isn’t looking for a relationship. But then he meets Jesse in a bar, and soon after, they become roommates.

Nathan is forced to photograph a wedding that Jesse is catering, and ends up bringing Jesse on an overnight camping trip. It soon becomes clear that their feelings can’t be ignored, and what they thought was a summer fling is much more….

Monster by Soren Summers

Bloodied corridors. Mangled bodies. Deranged test subjects. Just another day at Vertex, a corporation devoted to perfecting humanity by any means necessary. It’s up to Jarod Samuels to keep the hallways pristine and safe, but scrubbing bloodstains and bagging bodies is losing its luster.

Then someone new joins his department, this man with a huge ego and an even huger mouth. Gabriel Anderson is infuriating but intriguing, as brash as he is beautiful, and almost enough to keep Jarod preoccupied. Almost.

But between workplace hazards, psychic sociopaths, and a mysterious formula that alters the human body, Jarod’s doubts are surging. Should he stay with the corporation, or run like hell? This is Vertex, after all, where the walls watch with glass eyes, the laboratories groan with secrets – and employee termination ends more than just careers.

Homerun by Hayden Hunt

When Ben is faced with seeing Grady again at a baseball game where he’s the star player, he doesn’t know what to think. While he once had an intense amount of love for Grady, it was destroyed when Grady made a choice that changed both of their lives.

And now Grady wants to make amends more than anything. But the real question is, can Ben let go of all the hurt feelings to find the love between them once again?

The Omega’s Secret Baby by Ann-Katrin Byrde

Eight years ago, a positive pregnancy test forced Eli to quit college, abandoning his ambitions of becoming a vet. Now he’s a single father, working at a shelter and trying hard to ignore all the small town gossip centered around his son’s parentage. Contrary to popular belief, he knows who the other father is. That irresistible alpha from his youth–who went on to marry someone else.

Matt’s upper class parents are furious when he comes home to tell them about his divorce, but after years of trying to make his arranged marriage work, Matt knows things have to change. And they do, dramatically, when he runs into the omega he’d fallen for when he was young. The moment Matt lays eyes on him again, he wants him back. His parents’ approval be damned.

But who’s that child by Eli’s side? And why does he look so much like Matt?

Braeton & Drew: Something About Him by A.D. Ellis

Braeton Reed left his small-minded hometown and disapproving family long ago and never looked back.
Andrew Hines has nothing against a solid, loving relationship; he just isn’t sure he’ll ever find one.
Braeton has been told he’s a bit of a diva. Andrew has heard he’s not flashy enough. Can their differences pull them together? Or will these polar opposites allow society to dictate who they are and who they love?

Heart Ripper by K.A. Merikan

You always want what you can’t have.

David has always tried to be the best son his parents could dream of. Prim, proper, innocent, and kind. But deep inside of him, there is a yearning planted by the devil himself, and when a cocky, foul-mouthed biker pulls him a step too far, David doesn’t fall into the abyss. He leaps.

As a freshly appointed president of a motorcycle club on the verge of ruin, Raja has a lot to live up to. Daring, tattooed, sexy, and unapologetic. After he boasts he can have any man he wants, he gets challenged to hook up with the preppy guy wallflowering at a party. But when he finds out the guy is his friend’s younger brother, life gets a whole lot messier.

Why is the one guy who should be off-limits always the most tempting?