College wrestler Tyler Capelle knows he and his fiancé, Lamar Mercury, are meant for each other—their past separation has only made their relationship stronger. Whenever the stress of their senior year gets to be too much, Ty feels safe in Lamar’s strong arms. Submitting to his lover brings the peace of mind he needs.
Taught by his father, a fire-and-brimstone preacher, that he’s an abomination, Lamar finds Ty’s devotion almost too good to believe. Deep inside, the football player doesn’t trust that he deserves such happiness in his life. So when Ty fails to mention that he’s working on a class project with an ex-girlfriend, Lamar is quick to think the worst.
With their final semester almost at a close, the breach between them puts their future in jeopardy. Can these two lovers regain their faith in each other—and themselves—before it’s too late?
Inspired by the play Othello, this steamy gay romance novella is intended for a mature audience. It has an HEA and no cliffhanger.
The lovers from these three standalone college novellas may meet in different ways, but they all have to come to terms with this question. From artists to athletes, love is everywhere on campus, and the hard times make the happily ever afters al the sweeter.
For the first time, Two Week Boyfriend, Image of You, and Line Change are now available in one easy volume. Plus, you can enjoy a bonus short story following up on Josh and Piotr from Image of You that’s exclusive to this bundle!
Oscar’s chewed through Caleb’s home, his last pair of shoes, and now, his job. That mutt’s gotta go. But when Caleb arrives at the shelter, the man running the front desk leaves him tongue-tied.
Eli could use the extra help, and Caleb still has bills to pay. His experience in marketing doesn’t hurt, either.
Can their combined efforts save the shelter, or will this pair disband along with all the animals?
The hit reality show, Singing Sensation, promises to make its winners big stars – but all Conor Gillis wants is to get out of his small town. It’s not the sort of place where a quiet, eighteen-year-old who loves the Beatles and playing guitar can expect to fit in.
Conor’s also pretty sure he’s the only gay person in town.
Well, except for one other person…
Derek Folsom is the kind of bad influence parents warn you about. He’s tough, rough, and always looking for a fight. He’s the last person anyone would suspect of being gay, in fact he’s likely to punch anyone who does suspect it. So why is he suddenly so interested in Conor?
Conor’s pinning all his hopes on auditioning for a TV show. It’s his only chance to realize his dreams, and escape all of these confusing feelings. But will he be able to find his voice… and his true self?
Justin West is one of the world’s most sought-after IT security specialists. His skills as a network penetrator are renowned, but in meatspace he’s seen as cold and awkward. His Asperger’s makes it hard to be a team player and in a cutthroat industry, enemies abound. Justin is framed for a massive security breach and soon it’s not just his job on the line; his very life is in danger.
Bodyguard Calder Lesley takes pride in his career protecting others. In contrast to his geeky hotshot best friend, Calder uses body language and psychology to excel at his job. He only ignores his instincts when it comes to Justin. Even though their friendship has been long distance for eight years, Justin’s feelings for him are obvious. Calder’s afraid of nothing… except losing a friend to pursue a new kind of love.
When a rival hacker threatens Justin’s career, he’s going to need the help of the person he trusts most, but Calder can’t protect him from a distance. Forced into Calder’s orbit for protection, the sparks begin to fly as Justin’s career falls apart. Opposites might attract, but can they last?
Brayden Redstone has spent years in captivity to the Highborn, a group of shifters who want to breed their own army. Desperate to escape, he finally slips through his captors’ clutches and reaches Haven, an island sanctuary for omegas.
Rex Cleveland is a physician at Haven. His alpha nature is attracted to Brayden, but he knows the fox shifter needs time to recuperate from his ordeal. Besides, the half-human Rex can’t shift … and feels unworthy to mate with anyone.
As Brayden recovers, he gradually realizes that the feelings Rex stirs in him are the natural desires of an omega for his alpha. Can Rex put aside his need to protect Brayden and accept that this mating is freely chosen? And even if he does, can Brayden overcome the scars of his past?
Ever since Tyler Vance lost the Cup by a goal, his team’s been caught in a downward spiral — with him at the helm. The fans gossip that the captain’s heart isn’t in hockey anymore. Who knows? Maybe they’re right.
A shocking trade between two bitter rivals takes the hockey world by storm. Now it’s up to Vance to make sure Jones fits in with his new team. Will the truth about Callan’s trade come out? And will it have the power to change everything?
And a man as famous for avoiding relationships as he is for avoiding the law isn’t supposed to get googly-eyed over a nerd in a black robe.
Fergus Taylor is damaged goods. Reeling from a brutal breakup, he’s determined to captain his LGBT soccer team out of scandal and into a winning season. For that, he needs strict rules and careful plans. He does NOT need a brash, muscle-bound lad messing with his head and setting his body afire.
John Burns has a rule of his own: Don’t get attached. Boyfriends are for guys with nothing to hide. Nobody—not his university mates, not the men he beds—knows his family’s shame. Now his double life is starting to unravel, thanks to a certain Highlander whose storm-riddled eyes turn John inside out, who wears a kilt like he was born in it.
Fergus is the first man John wants to share his secret with—but he’s the last man who could handle it. John knows the truth would shatter Fergus’s still-fragile heart. But how can he live a lie when he’s falling in love?