Write You a Song by Beau Evans

Sawyer Moore left home at seventeen when a singing competition catapulted him into a world of fame and fortune. But now that his initial five-year contract is over, he’s coming back to his small hometown to figure out who he is.

Michael Peabody never wanted children – at least, not until he held his baby girl in his arms for the first time. When her mother abandoned them both not six months later, he was left as a single father, reminded of how lonely he is every night.

When Sawyer finds a house to rent just beside Michael’s, Sawyer hesitates. He’s always had a strong crush on his friend.

When Michael signs up for a gay dating app and is matched with another man right away, he doesn’t even realize that ‘Sam’ is just a few hundred feet away…

Bound by the Pack by Kellan Larkin

Omega Asher wants a family of his own more than anything, but he’s a widow—never allowed to mate again. He spends his days as a leatherworking apprentice, haunted by the abuse his former Alpha put him through. When Alpha Zeke asks him on a date, he agrees—but he has to tell Zeke he’s a widow sooner or later.

Alpha Zeke is willing to fight for his soul bonded mate. But he has to prove to Asher he won’t be abusive. That becomes difficult when he’s called to fight in the pack wars—which are slowly turning in favor of Black River.

As Zeke’s job in the Alpha Guard grows even more dangerous, and Asher’s trauma continues to prevent him from enjoying the pleasures of the soul bond fully, the two find that they have to make difficult decisions for each other. And will Black River win the war—or will it crumble?

Red Hot by Sean Ashcroft

Newly-out firefighter Red has a pretty average life–a job he loves, supportive friends, and a little trouble finding a roommate. That is, until he rescues a slightly odd computer nerd from a burning building.

Andy isn’t just any computer nerd. He’s the guy who built the up-and-coming dating app, M4M. Until now, Red’s been afraid to date–but with Andy as his new roommate, he’s not going to have any choice. Andy needs a test case to prove his matching algorithms can find anyone the perfect partner.

When he discovers that Red’s never been on a date, Andy makes him his pet project–he’s going to find Red the man of his dreams.

The problem is that Andy is the man of Red’s dreams, but Red can’t bring himself to tell him–Andy isn’t interested anyway, right?

Little does Red know that Andy’s been thinking the same thing. If only his algorithms agreed…

Taking Care by Devyn Morgan

Caught up in living the glamorous, big city life, novelist Jason Corlin didn’t mean to neglect his family. He’s only been away a few years, but his grandfather has…changed. Sure, he’s a little forgetful, but an old folks’ home? For the rock of his childhood? Not if Jason can help it.

Caring for Gramps is more than even health provider Richie Miller can manage at home. If the elderly gent needs ’round the clock supervision, that’s what Richie will be doing. Gramps is a handful for professionally trained staff, let alone a grandson who waltzes back home, convinced he can turn back time.

If Richie wasn’t so stubborn about Gramps’s needs, they’d be dating, not fighting. Or—if Jason wasn’t delusional about his grandfather’s abilities, they might find a future.

Reality checks for Jason devastate Richie: what if the caregiver needs to be cared for?

Shift by Shelley Grayson

Someone’s killing werewolves.

Lukas Vance finds a list of towns, and in each place he discovers a murdered 19-year-old who smells like pack. He reaches the next town on the list before the killer, determined to get the intended victim out of this situation alive. When he catches the familiar pack scent and sees the guy it belongs to, Lukas wants to do so much more than protect him.

Chris Keenan has been feeling off for a while, and whatever’s causing that seems to be related to the list of towns and the murderer who’s made him a target. Chris puts his trust in the gorgeous, broody stranger who claims he wants to keep him safe. But even with Lukas’ protection, figuring out what’s wrong with him may be the last thing Chris ever does.

Medium Rare by Lia Cooper

A good cop, a good son, a loyal partner–none of this was enough to save Lachlan Graham’s nerves when his entire world fell apart three years ago.

A former Seattle Police Officer, Lachlan has spent the time since he left the force trying to piece his life together after being abandoned by his partner: Detective Vector Clanahan. But with a dead neighbor downstairs, his carefully constructed solitude is soon to be invaded on all fronts.

Meanwhile, Vector Clanahan’s about to return to his old stomping grounds as the West Coast serial killer he’s been tracking leads him right to his ex-partner’s front door.

A sister series to The BLOOD & BONE Series.

Chasing Cameron by Hanna Dare

The only time Chase will let himself be put inside a box! Chasing Cameron, the steamy gay romance novella series, collected in a box set.

Cameron’s life was on a straight, and narrow, path until he met Chase. Now everything he thought he knew about himself is turned upside down. Fortunately Chase is there to lead Cameron on a journey of sexy self-discovery… where love turns out to be the most surprising discovery of them all.

Secrets by Avery Ford

Crew Turner didn’t make his decision to leave the military lightly. He’s always enjoyed being with his brothers in arms but he also recognizes that the military life has taken its toll on him, and he’s ready for a change.

Mark Hartnett doesn’t go out much. Ashamed of the large birthmark that covers his upper body, and too nerdy to have much in common with the general public, he prefers life behind his monitor.

When they both meet, Crew makes Mark want all the things he never thought he’d have – but Crew is hiding something underneath his good old boy façade, and those secrets might just tear them apart.

Married for the Millions by Parker Avrile

Soap opera star Cody’s celebrity lifestyle is about to come crashing down when he inherits a grizzly-sized dog. But Maggie comes with a nine million dollar trust, and Cody isn’t the only one after the money. If he wants permanent custody, he must prove he can provide a stable home for a beast the size of a bus.

Enter Shane, a hunky animal trainer who always needs funds for his big dog rescue center. It’s a brilliant plan. One quickie Vegas wedding later, Cody and Shane are the dream couple to adopt Maggie. The judge will love them. The cash is in the bag.

Or is it? Because now there are nine million reasons for Cody’s half-brother to prove Cody and Shane are total fakes. He’s determined to tear the new couple apart. This dogfight could get ugly.

By My Side by Grant C. Holland

“You don’t need to carry everyone else all of the time. For once, you need to let yourself be carried.”

Derek Bradshaw has always been driven to succeed. He’s a published author who takes on the responsibility of his family’s failing bookstore. He’s struggling to stay afloat and doesn’t realize his lifeline is by his side where he’s always been.

Yale Preston, Derek’s best friend, has always come up with great ideas for personal success, but he’s never achieved any of them. He spends all of his time piecing together a series of part-time jobs to manage rent money.

When Yale sees Derek, the man he’s always desired, start to flounder, he wants to dive in to save him, but he’s not sure how. What he does know is it will require both men taking the risk of exposing the secrets held deep in their hearts.

Cowboy in Training by Natasha Ryder

When Billy’s mother found out that he was gay, she kicked him out. Alone and young and scared, he had very little choice but to go live with his father on his ranch. At first, Billy had no use at all for the rural life, but when the head ranch hand Liam decided to take Billy in hand, the situation quickly got heated.

But Liam left, and for five long years, Billy has been nursing his broken heart and doing his best to move on. He’s thrown himself into his work, into making the family ranch thrive. But in those five years, he’s never let anyone else into his heart, or his bed.

When tragedy strikes and Liam comes back, can Liam ever break through Billy’s anger? Can Billy allow himself to admit that he’s fallen in love? And can they support each other through such a terrible time?