Gay Couple Love Home Concept

Ready for Love by Stella Starling

Jake Hansen has been crushing on Gabe Byrne for half his life, but since Gabe is a straight, self-proclaimed commitment-phobe who moved away years ago to join the Marines, that crush is strictly a fantasy-best-enjoyed-in-private. And even when Gabe starts to flirt with him like crazy, Jake still knows better than to think it means anything.

Because falling in love with your straight bestie? Not just a cliche, but a guaranteed recipe for disaster.


Growing up, Gabe never saw “Little Jakey” as anything more than the kid who always liked to tag along after him and his brothers, but somehow, being friends with Jake has become the best part of his day. And after a seven-month deployment? Seeing Jake is the one thing he’s looking forward to the most.

He just didn’t expect that hanging out in person again would be so confusing… or keep blurring the lines about how straight he is… or keep making him want things that he never thought he would.

Things that seem a lot like forever.

A Second Glance by Declan Rhodes

As he stood on third base, leaning toward home, ready to score, Reggie Wolf couldn’t believe what he heard from the third baseman. “After the game…you and me alone…drinks.” Reggie wasn’t a stranger to first dates. He had a long history from humorous to nearly catastrophic. But none were ever as ruggedly handsome as Connor.

For Connor Ryan, it was all about Reggie’s face. He got lost in it every time their eyes met. Reggie wasn’t traditionally handsome, but his gaze drew Connor like a moth to a flame. He had to find out more.

After a fiery round of dating, the relationship crumbled when Connor’s fist met someone’s jaw at the Toolbox Bar. Both believed that was the end, until they crossed paths again on the softball field two years later. Neither was sure if a second glance could really lead to a second chance.

Scripted by Parker Avrile

Lifelong friends Noah and Brenner are determined to make it to the top in Hollywood. When they learn the new reality TV show only accepts married couples, a quickie wedding is in their future.

Brenner can’t shoot for second place. Only the top prize will pay enough to cover his mother’s medical bills. He can’t be choosy about the roles he accepts– and he can’t tell anyone how tough it is to play the happy hubby of the guy he’s had a crush on for years.

Noah has screwed up on social media one time too many. Playing Brenner’s husband on the new show might be the only way to cash in on his bad boy image. Trouble is, he has a secret– and he doesn’t know how long he can keep it from Brenner when they’re sharing the same bed.

One Time by Max Moore

Evan is an out gay artist who’d like to complete his life with a loyal boyfriend. More money would help too. He doesn’t want to be the bit on the side for a straight guy who wants to experiment. Especially when that guy has a girlfriend.

Evan doesn’t mind bisexual men, but he can’t stand men who cheat.

Ryan was devastated after losing the love of his life. Acting as a boyfriend for a celebrity gave him renewed purpose when life didn’t seem worth carrying on. He helped out so many people with the fake boyfriend pretense.

Everything is threatened when he meets a new man, even Ryan’s sanity.

A standalone romance with a great big happily ever after ending.

Fake Groom by Avery Ford

Lane is bored with his life. It’s a good life, and comfortable, but he misses the excitement – and if he’s honest, he wants someone to do it with.

Roman is a rolling stone. Since he left home at eighteen he’s been on the move with the SEALs, and since he’s left the service, he’s trying to figure out what he wants out of life.

When Roman rolls into town to visit his friend Brad, he doesn’t expect to stay for more than a few weeks, but the guy next door is cute.
And, Roman’s recently discovered that he needs to get married in order to access his inheritance.

Lane wants adventure. Roman wants stability. Will a marriage of convenience lead both of them to something even more powerful – love?

Last Light of Day by Rachel Kane

Cornell James comes to Marchain House, home of an ancient and reclusive aristocratic southern family, to write the history of the estate, after being exiled from his home by parents who cannot accept him. The heir of the estate is Hayes Marchain, whose hauteur and dark beauty Cornell finds irresistible. But Hayes sees Cornell as a threat, an interloper.

Hayes has spent his life protecting his family from scandal and ruin. Locked in a loveless engagement by his father’s will, he must be married within the year or see the estate stolen away. He longs for someone he can trust. Cornell is stirring feelings that Hayes has tried to hide from for years. After a stormy night of love, he has to make a decision: Will he continue to serve his family, giving up all hope of fulfillment…or will he go with Cornell and allow Marchain House to fall?

Blowing Off Steam by Joy Lynn Fielding

Sam Chancellor has been in love with the steam engine Old Bess since he was six years old. Even when he’s lost everything else in his life, he’s always had her. But now her place in his heart has been unexpectedly challenged. Her new driver, Ryan Saunders, is the embodiment of all Sam’s fantasies.

Ryan has written off Sam as just another geeky trainspotter—until Ryan sees him without his usual shapeless hoodie and realizes that, for a nerd, Sam’s pretty built. When Ryan overlooks Sam’s awkwardness long enough to suggest a hook-up, Sam seizes the opportunity—and Ryan—with both very eager hands. Finding common ground in their shared love of Bess, their time together is better than Sam ever dared dream.

But there’s a reason Ryan never talks about his past. And when Ryan’s job is threatened, Sam’s well-meaning intervention endangers more than just their fragile relationship.

Everything Between Us by Stephen Hoppa

Ethan is confused about more than just his sexuality the night he wanders into a white-trash bar after breaking up with his fiance. When he’s dragged outside the bar and beaten by leather-clad thugs, he’s rescued by the last man he needs in his life.

Raw, dominating, and dangerously unpredictable, this dark stranger won’t even tell Ethan his name. The enigma only draws Ethan in more as he finds himself unable to resist this man or the power he holds over him. Secrets are slowly uncovered. The bond between the two men deepens as scars of the past reveal themselves. But Ethan finds he’s learning more about himself than he ever imagined as a new word finds it’s way onto his lips: submission.

Your Fallen Star by Raleigh Ruebins

A decade and a half ago, Leo Stone was famous. Fans galore, and money pouring in like a waterfall. Music industry royalty.

…And then the band broke up.

Now Leo is trying to make a comeback. To clean up his image and grab a little publicity, his manager hires Jamie Sheffield to write his biography.

Jamie can’t believe his luck. He’d never quite gotten over his teen-aged crush on Leo, and now here he is, talking with Leo, thinking about Leo. Sleeping with Leo. And the heat between them is enough to set paper on fire.

But Leo’s afraid to commit to Jamie, no matter how much Jamie wants it. Not with the tabloids standing by, waiting for their next serving of scandal. And all the while, the book is getting closer to being finished. Will their story be cut short, or can they make it last forever?

A Baby for the Firefighter by Ann-Katrin Byrde

When childhood best friends Griff and Dean reunite, sparks fly, but can they start a fire or will their romance fizzle out?

In gossipy Oceanport people wonder about Griff. Such a cute omega can’t possibly be satisfied without a mate. Yet he’ll be thirty soon and he’s still a virgin! In truth, Griff has given up on finding love… that is until Dean moves back to their home town and sets his heart on fire.

When Dean’s firefighter career is sidetracked by a tragic accident, returning to his roots to mend seems like a good move. It gives him a chance to breathe, and to reconnect with the omega who stole his heart when they were young.

But if Griff can’t find the courage to give in to his omega instincts, Dean may have to accept that this is one more flame he must put out.