Master Sergeant Jeff “Mackey” MacNamara has been waiting for THE ONE for years. First it wasn’t too safe to find a partner and now his schedule is a nightmare with training soldiers and deployments.
Scott Ash has found where he always was meant to be after a brief bout of idealistic do-gooder after college. He loves his job as a child care director, if he could just find someone to love — perfect might cover it.
A chance meeting when Scott is doing a favor for a friend starts them on a journey that could take them to forever, it’s just a matter of waiting.
Shunned and cast aside by his faith and family, Jamie is left to do whatever it takes to survive.
He comes across a group of kids in the same predicament, braving the streets of Seattle due to circumstances beyond their control. Lost souls who’ve slipped through the cracks of the broken systems society forced them into. Yet they still offer what little they have to him, including their home.
As time moves on, darkness surrounds him and when one of their own fall’s victim to the streets, Jamie wonders if there’s anything left worth living for. When his savior appears out of nowhere, he finds it hard to believe its real because he knows he’s not worth loving.
This is Jamie’s story from the #1 Amazon Bestselling book, Greyson Fox.
Abuse by church and family members, cheating, drug usage, prostitution and thoughts of suicide. Flashbacks of the abuse are present throughout this book. These are the opinions of the characters and in no way reflect the author.
“Married in Tierra del Fuego” is a 43 minutes long romantic read, featuring a male / male relationship, and it ends with an erotic scene.
Jian’s gay heart breaks after his straight roommate finds a girlfriend. Needing a change, he makes a decision to leave China forever, and move to Argentina. A new life is liberating, but lonely. For this reason, Jian signs up as a listener for people in emotional crisis. One night, a mysterious man named Midnight Sun logs in. He, like Jian, is Chinese, and about to attend an opera performance in Buenos Aires. The two meet by accident. One evening is enough to make them fall for one another. Jian has no illusions it will end in heartbreak, but Midnight Sun makes a surprising move…
In the summer of 1780, on the tiny island of Merryapple, burly fisherman Robin Shipp lives a simple, quiet life in a bustling harbour town where most of the residents dislike him due to the actions of his father. With a hurricane approaching, he nonetheless convinces the villagers to take shelter in the one place big enough to hold them all—the ancient, labyrinthine tavern named the Moth & Moon.
While trapped with his neighbours during the raging storm, Robin inadvertently confronts more than the weather.
There’s a storm coming. And it’s going to change everything.
“You Are My Sea” is a perfect short read for those who crave erotic romance with more meaning.
The narrator and main character is Arnold; a handsome Icelander in his early thirties. He conquered the demons of ADHD, ditched the addictions he had and now lives in a healthy way. He develops an unexplainable and impractical crush on his coworker Peter: a beautiful young man with Antarctic blue eyes. Peter is introverted, smart, sarcastic and professional. However, when personal problems exceed his ability to cope, he runs away from the workplace, to start a pilgrimage to the sea. He believes that seeing the sea will be able to free him from his pain, but it turns out that the journey is more important than the destination. The two walk through rich and atmospheric landscape, testing their physical strength and sharing secrets that make them most vulnerable.
Their romance is slow-burn, but, as Arnold says, “the longer the wait, the sweeter the kiss”. The elegantly written and emotion focused erotic scene will surely melt your heart.
Alex-Zander Metcalf knew his life would always be filled with twists and turns, especially living in the public eye while playing the role of front man for his band Ivory Tower. That’s what made life interesting and he loved every aspect about his job in the music world.
Living in a long-term polyamorous relationship with a husband and a wife also created a fair amount of ups and downs. Add two rambunctious daughters to the house and you had a sweet cocktail of chaos and pure joy and the unexpected awaiting him every day. His life was overflowing, but he wouldn’t have changed a thing, because it was damn near perfect.
He knew nothing in life was guaranteed and never to take things for granted, but that didn’t have him anymore prepared for what he was facing now. With his life completely upside down, Alex wasn’t sure how he’d ever be able to move forward. But life as he knew it was gone, and it was up to him to dig deep and find a way through the fog with the only remaining “constant” in his life: Chase.
How do you find a new path when you feel so lost you can’t see the road ahead of you through the unrelenting darkness? Where do you even begin such a journey, when the landscape is so vastly different from what was once familiar, and the resentment you have for needing to start over tastes like acrid bitterness on your tongue?
Alex must find the strength to push on and find a way to reinvent himself and all the relationships in his life, but creating this new version of himself won’t come easy.
Greyson Fox, the man, the myth, the legend. The highly sought after, self-proclaimed permanent bachelor. Or so the rumor mill goes. Sure, I’ve heard it all – but the one that stung the most was being called a heartless bastard. Love ‘em and leave ‘em, that one in particular I found to be the most humorous since only one man had ever shared my bed more than once, and he’d long since passed away.
I wasn’t the heartless bastard they all proclaimed me to be, but life had a way of kicking me in the teeth…Repeatedly, so I shut my heart off.
For years I thrived, building my empire and living by my own rules. Until one day, the walls came crashing down around me.
Potential trigger warning:
This book contains brief descriptions of human sex trafficking, as well as two mentions of sexual abuse, including a brief description of oral abuse and an attempted sexual assault. There is some physical abuse by the syndicates hands and a drug overdose so if those are trigger points this may not be the book for you.
Mycaela is an elven prince destined to marry a woman and have children. The only problem is, he wants to be with a man. As the eve of his wedding draws near, a desperately unhappy Mycaela wishes at the well for a handsome prince to come and rescue him. He is soon met by a tight-bodied young man who does more than rescue him.
10 Guys, 1 Goal. Who will come out as the winner? Mark and Jay along with 8 other guys are forced to compete to protect their ass, literally. They have only their wits and their own hard weapon to conquer the other players. Soon captives are taken in both senses, and sides are drawn. Who will be the winner and will they ever be the same after. A happy ever after is guaranteed but you still need to be careful of dangerous fruit.
For Ricky “Stoli” Branson, the stars were on his side. Social Sinners was headlining their first sold out US tour. Radio stations across the states were playing their songs, and he’d won the heart of the man he loved.
Everything was going great, or so he foolishly believed…
When an accident has them burying one of their own and leaves another fighting for his life, Stoli questions his beliefs. Or lack thereof.
“Have faith,” his mother tells him. But how can you have faith in something that threatens to take away your only reason for breathing?
Book 1 is the only book in the series that can be read as a stand-alone.
Book 1 – Behind the lights (MM) Joey’s POV
Book 2 – In the shadows (MM) Stoli’s POV
Book 3 – A heart divided (MMM) Mickey’s POV
Book 4 – Beyond the curtain (MM) Diamond’s POV
Book 5 – After the final curtain (MM/MMM) All
My name is Amelia but hardly anyone calls me that. At work I go by a different name. Some people think it’s derogatory—but not to me. It fits, because it’s who I am.
I don’t mind working at a sex club. In fact, I love my weird little fetish family, I’m just not into the same things they are. Every night I serve the drinks and cash out tabs, but I don’t watch the shows. I’m not into the scene. I always thought I had an open mind until they taught me what it truly meant to trust, to leave everything in the hands of another person.
I thought I knew what I was into.
Turns out, I didn’t know myself at all.
Some days it’s hard being the boss.
No one knows that as well as Elizabeth Beckett. As the Event Coordinator for a prestigious Las Vegas hotel, Elizabeth burns the candle at both ends, making sure her guests are completely attended to. Taking care of others is what she excels at. The problem is that she never takes care of herself. In fact, she can’t even remember the last date she’s been on or the last time she just went out with friends and had a good time. For once, Elizabeth wants to know what it’s like to not have to do everything herself.
A chance encounter with a handsome stranger in an elevator.
A plain black business card with the promise of fulfilling your fantasy – whatever that might be.
The Little Black Book Club extends an offer so enticing she can’t turn it down.
For an entire day Elizabeth is no longer in charge. From sunup to sundown she is not to lift a finger – while having her every need taken care of by not one, but three different men.
So rigid. So disciplined. So repressed.
Can she handle giving up control and allow herself to be pampered?
It’s time for Elizabeth to get serviced.
When Alex and Charlie met, they instantly clicked. Throughout the years, their bond grew from friends, to lovers. But when Charlies father passes away something inside him changes. Alex feared their relationship was over and knew his heart would never survive.
Things spiral out of control as Charlie’s erratic behavior leads Alex to think the worst. During an intense argument, they’re transported back in time. When Charlie come to, Alex isn’t by his side. Frantically, he searches for him. But when he finds him, he’s surprised Alex doesn’t remember who he is.
Charlie must make Alex fall in love with him again. But what happens if he doesn’t?
Will this be the end of their relationship, or will it be game over for them both?