24 Hour Husband by Parker Elliot

Two Strangers… One passionate night… Who said anything about forever?

Avery Prescott is set to inherit Prescott Hotels on his thirtieth birthday. There’s a condition though – he must be married. The thing is, he already is. And the problem is… his groom has no idea.

What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas but what happens when you can’t escape the desert heat?

Hotel lifeguard Daniel Crane never expected to see the man who walked out on him after a passionate night two years ago. He’s been trying so hard to forget about Avery, and he almost succeeded… until he shows up telling Daniel the truth about their “wedding”.

If it’s just pretend then why does it feel so right?

What was supposed to be an easy exchange soon turns complicated. When meddling exes, concerned family members and unexpected feelings surface Avery and Daniel are left with questions. What does their sham marriage really mean? And why is it that it doesn’t feel like a sham at all…

Booked Up by Harper Logan

“I think I just fell for my boss’s biggest rival…”
All Cam ever wanted to do was work for his favorite author Madeleine Stevens. But when a harsh review of her latest book is published by her rival Serge Faletti, Cam’s sense of loyalty sends him marching to Serge to demand a retraction.

“I can’t let anybody see who I really am…”
Serge is trying to write the follow-up to his big hit detective novel, but the words aren’t coming. And knowing that his rival Madeleine is plotting against him isn’t helping. When he meets her assistant, the bookish, cardigan-wearing Cam, he is caught off-guard. How can he be so drawn to someone who should be his enemy? He is so worried about his reputation that he can’t admit his attraction, even to himself.

“I can’t trust you, but I don’t want to spend a minute without you…”
Things are getting real between Cam and Serge, but Madeleine’s scheming threatens to tear them apart before they have a chance together. Can Cam untangle himself from his boss and let himself be free to love? And can Serge put aside his worries over what the world will think if he is with another man?

Taking a Knee by Sean Ashcroft

Noah’s an out-and-proud roller derby player, and his team is right in the middle of qualifying for next year’s national competition when he suddenly loses his job–and therefore the work visa that was keeping him in the country.

Unexpected help comes in the form of Jace, his straight best friend and ‘derby husband,’ the guy who always looks out for him on the track. The solution to all of Noah’s problems? Get fake married to Jace, get his green card, and get to play out the rest of the season after all.

Things get messy when Jace begins to realise he may not be as straight as he’s always thought he was. Between a jealous rival, Noah’s ex-boyfriend, and the mother-in-law from hell, Jace comes to realise that he wants more out of this marriage than the chance to head to the national championships.

All he has to do now is summon the courage to tell Noah that. And win the rest of the games in the season. And deal with his new mother-in-law. Simple.

Tread the Boards by H J Perry

He’s liberal-minded & modern-thinking, but underneath it, all Ben’s shook up when his work colleagues come out. Macho construction workers and gay loving do not go together in his brain. So of course, he can’t stop thinking about it.

Tom is slowly getting over the heartache of his past when he’s swept away by a straight-acting but flirty scaffolder. With enough baggage of his own, should Tom spend time with Ben when he discovers Ben wasn’t acting?

Is it time for Tom to ditch the low paid work, pick up the threads of his life and resume his professional career?

Ben may have always considered himself straight, but his feelings for Tom are very real (so is the lust). How can he tell his family, his friends and his son (about the love not the lust)? Will Ben be forced to choose between the important people in his life? His son and Tom?

Tiger’s Breath by Hollis Shiloh

Kyle and Justin are just friends, right? Well, friends who have weird superpowers—like Justin turning into a tiger and Kyle being able to control the cold (sort of). But maybe they’re more than friends, too…

Justin doesn’t want to admit to his feelings, especially since Kyle is a little younger than him and seems so vulnerable and damaged.

There’s more at work in their lives than sometimes out-of-control powers or teasing and flirting: there’s a protective and easily annoyed boss, and unexpected danger. Because even out-of-control powers are of use to somebody.

Student Health by Steve Milton

“I’m not into football, but I still play. I’m not into guys, but…”

A hip injury gives Basil an excuse to stay off the football field and sends him to Lucien, a gorgeous physical therapist with an amazing touch. Basil embarrasses himself with an unintended physical reaction on the therapist’s table, but the more they get to talking, the more he genuinely likes the guy. They have a common interest in medicine and helping people, and Basil can get his famous football-player father to help Lucien on an ad project. But Basil hasn’t told Lucien that he’s never met his father, and now that he questions his own sexuality, he’s even more scared to meet him.

“I can’t get involved with my patient.”

Basil isn’t the first Stanford football player to physically respond to Lucien’s therapeutic touch. But he’s the first to have a great conversation with Lucien and offer to accompany him to his one great passion, volunteering at a free clinic at UCSF. Lucien dropped out of UCSF when he lost his previous boyfriend, and he’s not sure whether he can love again, much less study medicine again.

Benched by Misha Horne

Kyle Kelley is a center fielder with an ego as big as his potential. He’s always been the star of his team, the star of his school, the star of his town. Natural talent mixed with nepotism meant he never had to work hard if he didn’t feel like it.

College is seriously different.

No one’s willing to put up with rookies with bad attitudes, and when Kyle gets his first ever taste of discipline, he discovers a part of himself he never knew existed. A part that craves structure and consequences and good, hard spankings.

When his gorgeous teammate Juno discovers Kyle’s secret kink, things get even more complicated… and a lot more exciting.

The Benched series follows a baseball playing brat as he fights to become the rising college star he knows he should be. On the way, he struggles with a coach he thinks is way too tough, a team that’s not sure he deserves to be there, parents who have no clue who he is, a first love that takes him completely by surprise, and a newfound addiction to being spanked.

Final Act by A.R. Steele

Lev Rubin goes through guys like Kleenex. “One and done,” that’s his policy. The flamboyant male stripper needs to protect his heart after getting badly burned in the past – so when a new member appears on Grindr, he’s quick to send a message.

Austin Delong is devoted to protecting people, especially as a bouncer at the Tool Shed. Love and sex aren’t on his mind, but on a whim he downloads a hook-up app. When “Tattooed Muscle God” answers someone named “Drama Twink,” he has no idea he’s talking to a guy he already knows.

While Lev is eager to add the buff bouncer to his list, Austin takes exception to Lev’s bratty attitude. He’s not willing to be one more forgettable conquest. But as Austin schemes to make this an encounter to remember, something unexpected develops: feelings.

Will Austin come to understand why Lev needs to shield himself? And will Lev allow Austin past his longstanding defenses?

Claiming Christian by Kiki Burrelli

Derrick is an arrogant alpha billionaire poised to take control of his pack. Christian is a good guy who is always finishing last. When their worlds collide, will Derrick be able to protect them both?

Christian’s nice ways have finally landed him in the worst kind of trouble. After agreeing to help his friend, Finn, Christian becomes a target for a sadistic pack leader. He is saved from a beating by a sexy stranger.

Derrick has never been mistaken for a homeless person, but seeing how he met Christian after being passed out behind a dumpster, he can forgive the confusion. What he can’t forgive is how the sweet, sexy man attempts to ignore their connection. Someone has to save Christian from his nice ways.

When Christian agrees to return to his home, Derrick can breathe easily. That is until the pressures of his family and pack threaten to drive a wedge between them. Christian’s nice ways are his worst enemy, but Derrick has already decided Christian is his mate and will hold nothing back while claiming Christian.

Omega’s Fate by Wolf Specter

The Mating Ball used to be a yearly event where bachelor Alpha werewolves meet potential mates, but now it’s a party mostly used to hook up with as many people as you can.

Ethan, one of the humans hired to entertain the werewolves, goes into the event with only one expectation: getting paid for having fun. The prospect of maybe meeting an Alpha female is only a bonus.

Max, a successful Alpha, has been getting pressure from all sides to settle down and prove his Alpha genes. Two problems: he doesn’t believe that the Mating Ball works and he is only interested in men.

Once there, he meets Ethan, who catches his attention immediately, but the man insists that he isn’t gay, or interested in Max.
As the ball comes to an end, the two men can no longer deny their attraction and take off together. Only to wake up to a very special surprise.

Fated Mates in the Mountains by Heath Carter

Get the entire Hope Valley Bears series in one big, sexy bundle!

This series is about the Hope Valley bear shifters and the men who love them. Eric, Ben, and Adam have made their homes in the mountains of Hope Valley, on land their family has watched over for generations.

With no time for dating, and the rough, unforgiving mountains making life difficult at the best of times, these rugged bear shifters weren’t looking for mates. But fate had other plans…

Stories include:

Fated Mates in the Mountains

Fated Date by the River

Mated Late in the Valley

The One I Left Behind by Sterling Rivers

Sometimes, the second time around is your best chance … and your last shot.

Golf pro Logan hides the scars of his past with a party-hard lifestyle. His biggest regret is walking away from Wylie, the man he loved in college. Wylie is the kind of man Logan wants to be: honest, comfortable in his own skin, and accepted and loved just for himself. But it’s been too long, and Logan doesn’t know if the other man can forgive him.

Wylie has always been able to see past Logan’s defenses to the soft-hearted man inside. It’s been twelve years since Logan broke his heart, and Wylie hasn’t settled down because he can’t let go. But that doesn’t mean he’s ready to get hurt again.

When an injury threatens to end Logan’s career, his so-called friends abandon him and he realizes only one person has always been there for him. Can he persuade Wylie to give him another chance, or is it too late for them to rekindle the love they shared?

Break Away by Van Barrett

Student journalist Lane Matthews is appalled by his latest assignment: write an intimate expose on the University’s most popular athlete, River Brame. Lane doesn’t know a thing about sports and can’t stand muscular meat-heads. And how much can a gay sex columnist really say about a hockey playing stud with a good body, anyway?

But as Lane glimpses the softer side of the hard-bodied captain, he can’t help but wonder: is River truly different from the jock jerks of his past? Or is Lane setting himself up for more heart-break and humiliation?

With dazzling skills and a jaw-dropping physique, North Dakota winger River Brame is destined to be a star in the NHL. But trouble looms over his promising career. With the help of Lane, River hopes to set the record straight. But is there a deeper reason why straight guy River isn’t quite ready to leave college life behind?

River needed Lane to extinguish the whispers of controversy — not ignite a whole new one. Can River manage fame and a secret life?

Fire Flow by Max Walker

Sexy firefighter, Colton Drake, has everything going for him. From a prize-winning smile to a washboard set of abs, all mixed together with a playful sense of humor. He wasn’t the type to have one-night stands, but he knew he wouldn’t have trouble finding them. So why was he having such a terrible time finding someone to spend his life with?

Mason Bleu, a fire investigator, is moving back to Los Angeles after getting a job offer he couldn’t refuse. Even though the city held some terribly painful memories, Mason thinks everything will be fine.

Then, his entire world is rocked the moment his eyes land on Colton’s. Their connection is immediate and that terrifies Mason. To top things off, he’s thrown into a case involving a serial arsonist terrorizing the community.

Colton and Mason are on a path that could end either in paradise or in a nightmare. Things only heat up further when the arsonist sets his sights on one of them.

Can they make it through the fire or will they be turned to ashes?

The Bright Lights by Beau Bishop

“My wounds are too fresh to be tampered with. But Harlan is so tempting so magnetizing, and I want to indulge in him.”

Ben Martin is an agent pretending to be a fake boyfriend for Connie Reeves, an actress from a well know family running for office. No one needs to know she’s gay, and since it’s Ben’s sister she’s dating, he steps up to the role to help out. He’s just lost his last partner to cancer and isn’t sure he wants anything real yet.

“His body is like a canvas, it talks of pain and love. I want to be splashed onto him, but I’m afraid….”

Harlan Evans is gay and proud of it, but when he runs into Ben at a bar, all he can see is a confused straight man who simply wants to mess around. He isn’t up to being a play thing, but he can’t seem to get Ben’s dark eyes out of his mind. After a hot night, there is an unspoken promise of a better future.

Will Ben be able to heal his wounds and protect Connie and his sister? Can Harlan get over his fear of falling for a straight man?