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Un petit bout de chou signifie de grands changements.
Hoss McMasters possède un ranch qui tourne bien, une carrière de monteur de taureaux, une mère trop curieuse et un meilleur ami dont il est amoureux depuis aussi loin qu'il s'en souvienne. C'est un cowboy occupé et heureux, vivant une bonne vie.
Puis, un matin, il découvre un bébé sur le pas de sa porte.
Eh bien, Hoss fait ce que tout homme raisonnable ferait – il appelle sa mère et son ami, le shérif Pooter, et ils se rendent à la clinique pour voir si Doc connaît une fille brusquement plus-aussi-enceinte.
En attendant, Hoss et son meilleur ami Bradley, ont beaucoup à faire en essayant de s'occuper d'un nourrisson, de faire fonctionner un ranch et de gérer la soudaine confession que Bradley ne déteste pas Hoss pour lui avoir fait son coming-out au lycée. En fait, Bradley a essayé d'attirer l'attention de Hoss pendant près d'une foutue décennie.
Après la mort de son jumeau au combat, Patrick Daniels a le devoir d’épouser la fiancée de son frère. Malheureusement, il n’arrive pas à s’y résoudre et, dans sa détresse, il fait preuve d’un talent psychique plus fort que les tornades de son Texas natal. C’est alors qu’un homme mystérieux venant du Club Raven intervient et emmène Patrick à Baltimore, une ville de la côte Est en plein essor.
Remy Blanchard, vétéran du Club Raven, voit Patrick et sait, même si Patrick est très malade, que c’est le défi qu’il attendait. Il soigne Patrick et commence à lui apprendre à contrôler son talent. Ses méthodes sont peut-être peu conventionnelles et Patrick n’est peut-être pas habitué aux jeux sexuels que Remy maîtrise si bien, mais ils trouvent tous les deux dans l’autre quelque chose qui pourrait être aussi magique que le club de gentlemen où ils se rencontrent.
Note de l'éditeur : Chaque livre de cette série peut être lu indépendamment.
In fact, Saul seems to be what all three of the other men need to see what’s been there all along, and to provide the balance they need to deepen their relationship in a very meaningful way. They’ve already made their marks on each other’s hearts. Now it’s time to start living the life they’ve all been dreaming of.
Nothing is ever perfect or easy, though, and they all have to shift their perceptions. Geoff has to come to terms with his need for submission and desire to dominate Troy, and Carter must redefine the two most important relationships in his life. Troy struggles to understand why Geoff and Carter want this with him now, after years of watching from the outside. And Saul has to create a whole new definition of family. Can they all break the rules again and become something more special than they can even imagine?
Note: This is a "true series" and should be read in order.
Adrenaline: Big time country singer Travis Reed is known for crazy stunts and good music, but with a maniac threatening his life, management won't stand for his risk taking. They hire Wyatt Chastain as Travis's personal security, to keep Travis safe from his stalker—and from himself. Attraction between them is white hot from the start, but when life gets crazy, they have to learn to trust each other as deeply as they desire each other.
Boys in the Band: Guitar player Spud is the band's go-to guy, giving comfort and aid whenever he can. That changes when Caidon comes aboard. Caidon wants to tour and play, he wants Spud, and he's not afraid to go against the band to get what he wants. Trouble is, the guys aren't pleased with having to share Spud's attention.
If Wishes Were Horses: Malcolm Parker had a thing for Dalton Amos years ago, before Dalton got famous and Malcolm got screwed out of the limelight. Now Dalton's an aging superstar with a damaged voice, and Malcolm's the successful songwriter. When Dalton shows up at Mal's door, Malcolm considers tossing him out on his ass. But attraction still burns between them, and the old friends must decide if they can be lovers once more.
They say absence makes the heart grow fonder, but sometimes distance makes people drift apart.
Rope Canutt has announced his retirement from bull riding and is making the most of his final year on the circuit, riding the big shows and resting in between so he can finish the season on a high note. He isn’t sure what’s next for him. He has no plan yet and nowhere to go, especially since his family sold their ranch a few years back.
Jude Sharpe remembers Rope fondly from their younger days in Austin. Mostly he remembers how hot the rodeo cowboy was and how much fun they had hooking up every time their paths crossed. That was a long time ago, and Jude’s been married and lost his husband to cancer in the years since they’ve seen each other. Now he’s raising a son alone.
When bull riding comes to New York City, Jude’s consulting firm uses their private box to entertain clients from Houston, and Jude brings his son Silas along to see the show. Rope is riding and Jude hopes to introduce Silas to a real bull rider. They’ve each lived a whole lifetime apart, and Jude and Rope aren’t sure how much they have in common anymore. So will they be drawn to each other when their paths cross again?
The books in this series are standalones and can be read in any order.
Former rodeo champ Kolt Cordova has a good life. He has a ton of family, good land for cattle, and if his joints hurt when it's cold, then so be it. But when he finds Heath living in an abandoned trailer on the acreage next to his, he knows his life is about to change. He just has no clue how much.
Heath feels like Kolt is offering him everything he's ever wanted when he invites Kolt to come and stay, and Heath gives Kolt a sense of belonging, but as they get to know and maybe love each other, danger from Heath's past rears its head to try to harm them all. Can they find a way to face their fears, and this threat, together?
This book is a gay cowboy romance and has an ex-rodeo cowboy, infant triplets. a nosy family, and a loving freelance writer with a past.
A night at the movies in Albuquerque turns deadly when Brantley’s best friend, Matt, is shot right in front him during a robbery. Devastated, Brant tries to help Matt’s husband, Travis, deal with all the details, even as he struggles with survivor guilt and grief. When Travis’s best friend arrives, Brant finds himself both annoyed and grateful, knowing he needs help, but hating to admit it.
Former cop Lex Espana is ashamed to admit he hasn’t seen his childhood best friend Travis since the man’s wedding. He’s even more amazed that he barely remembers Brant from that time, because the sparks are sure flying now. It might be weird to fall for someone at such a tough time, Lex’s feelings for Brant are real, and make him realize there’s more to life than work.
Lex and Brant have a lot to deal with, from living in different towns to not knowing how to be part of an ‘us’, and they’ll have to overcome all that and more to have the kind of love they know they deserve.
This is a previously published novel. The publisher has changed.
Jenson can’t remember a time when he didn’t love Mike, but he’s never been able to articulate what’s in his heart. Though they’re separated while Mike pursues his Hollywood dreams and cowboy Jenson remains in their small East Texas hometown, they always find their way back to each other when life gets hard and a friend's support is crucial. Through life’s amazing victories and crushing losses, Jenson trusts he can always depend on Mike, and vice versa. But the timing never feels right to make the move from friends to lovers.
When what might be their last chance arises, Jenson knows he must overcome his fear. The man he loves is slipping through his fingers, and he can’t wait any longer. It’s time to say something.