Gay and Lesbian romance

  • Trusting the Elements (Never Too Late Book 1) by Elle Keaton

    0 out of 5

    There’s nothing like a near death car accident to open your eyes. Otto Proulx decides surviving was a sign; he’s being given a second chance to claim the life he wants to live. For the past few years he’s been hiding in the shadows, vague texts from a troubled ex-partner keep him close to home along with his general lack of luck in the romance department. Change is on the horizon for Otto, he’s thinking about relocating his business and decides a move the the coastal town of Westfort Washington may be just the thing.

    Greg Trainor runs a specialty kite shop and helps his friends out when they ask. That’s the kind of guy he is, if somebody needs something, they call on Greg. He’s a big guy, an ex-basketball player and admits no genius, but he’s dependable. So…yeah, when he sees a car precariously perched on the side of the road, he stops to help out; it’s what he does.

    One night of passion leads to…several more and suddenly both men are searching around to define what they have together. Neither wants to scare the other off and neither wants to ask for more. Will the two men be able to set aside their fears and create a family together, trusting the elements are in their favor?

    Trusting the Elements is a (mostly) light-hearted, sexy, give-me-all-the-insta-love book and the first in the Never Too Late series.

  • Outed by Alan Tartt

    0 out of 5

    When Griff finally gets to be with the guy he’s been chasing for over a year, an unexpected conflict of identity arises. This realistic college romance will give you perspective in just 13 pages.