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Rustre et conventionnel, Callum Montgomery aime diriger la réserve de chasse de Shady Pines, mais il possède un secret qui le ronge. Lorsque sa sœur arrive avec un cavalier pour un mariage, il ne supporte pas l’arrogant citadin. Il ne comprend pas son attirance pour Dean, qui le pousse à bout dès qu’il le peut, mais il n’imaginerait jamais trahir sa sœur pour un simple fantasme.
Beau et consciencieux, Dean Abbott est assistant de recherche dans le laboratoire de biologie de son université. Lorsque sa colocataire, Cassie, le supplie d’être son faux petit ami face à sa famille un peu trop insistante, il accepte à contrecœur de l’aider. Il ne s’attend pas à être charmé par la campagne, ces personnages hauts en couleur qu’il rencontre, ou le frère hétéro sexy et maussade de Cassie.
Lorsque le mépris se transforme en passion et les mène à des moments volés dans un champ de canne à sucre, Callum ne peut s’empêcher de désirer le genre de connexion qu’il pensait ne jamais pouvoir avoir. Mais même le baiser le plus bouleversant du monde ne peut combler le fossé philosophique qui sépare les deux hommes.
Le retour de Dean à son style de vie urbain le laisse agité, son esprit vagabondant continuellement vers le cadre charmant évoquant en lui quelque chose qui lui manque profondément. Un tour à la campagne ne suffit pas à faire oublier au citadin l’homme intriguant qu’il a laissé derrière lui.
Malachi O’Rourke, président des Disciples de la Route, passe sa vie à réparer les erreurs de son père, à pleurer un cœur brisé, et à protéger les hommes sous sa responsabilité. Sawyer Malone n’a pas eu la vie facile depuis qu’il a rejoint les Scorpions. À première vue, rembourser une dette personnelle à son club semble satisfaisant, mais il finit par y sacrifier bien plus que prévu.
Lorsque Mal voit que Sawyer a du mal à s’en sortir, il lui offre une aide bienvenue. Il y a quelque chose à propos de la force tranquille de cet homme qui le bouleverse. Sawyer sait qu’il ne devrait pas se reposer sur le réconfort que Mal lui apporte, mais il est le seul rayon de soleil à avoir réussi à percer le brouillard qui l’entoure depuis des mois. Ainsi, lorsqu’un moment de tendresse survient entre les deux hommes, ils l’attribuent à leur amitié nouvelle.
En plus, personne ne sera jamais à la hauteur de l’ancienne amie de Mal, et Sawyer a lui aussi connu sa part de tragédie. Mais lorsqu’un weekend rassemblant leurs deux clubs les réunit, leur attirance devient indéniable. Sauf que les loyautés forgées par le temps et l’honneur ainsi que les traditions solides les forceront non seulement à risquer leurs postes, mais aussi à mettre en jeu leurs cœurs.
Vaughn O’keefe est copropriétaire du Hog’s Den depuis des années. Il n’a jamais été aussi décontenancé que lorsqu’une nouvelle recrue nommée « Smoke » franchit la porte. Quelque chose à propos de cet homme fait bouillir son sang, mais il sait garder ses préférences secrètes autour du club.
« Smoke » Callahan a fait deux séjours en désintoxication et il est enfin sevré, grâce à l’aide des Disciples. Il est sur le bon chemin et ne veut pas se laisser distraire, peu importe à quel point il a le responsable du bar dans la peau. En outre, sa dernière relation avec un homme l’a laissé effrayé, seul et avec le cauchemar d’une dépendance.
Lorsque le Hog’s Den se retrouve en effectif réduit et que Smoke reçoit l’ordre d’aider le seul homme qu’il ne peut pas avoir, son désir pour le barman atteint des proportions sans précédent. Vaughn pense qu’une nuit ensemble devrait suffire à satisfaire leur attirance mutuelle. Mais ni l’un ni l’autre n’avait prévu à quel point ce serait intense.
Alors que le passé de Smoke le rattrape et que la personne qu’il avait espéré ne plus jamais voir réapparait, il est temps pour lui d’impliquer les Disciples. Le problème, c’est qu’il devra risquer son statut de membre, son coeur et sa propre peau pour assurer la sécurité de tous ses proches.
I see myself as mature and responsible for a twenty-four-year-old—I have a steady job, a comfortable apartment, and eventually I’ll find the right guy to settle down with. Some might find this boring, but at least I know what I want. That is, until reconnecting with a childhood companion flips my preconceived notions upside down. Skylar was my first real friend—my first crush too—and twelve years later, he’s still the same gorgeous and charismatic free spirit. I’m easily sucked back into his orbit, my protests futile when it comes to his amusingly harebrained ideas. I can’t let myself fall for him, though, because I’m searching for forever and he only wants casual.
If you’re looking for a good time, I’m your guy. I love hookups, shaking my booty at the club, and having fun. I’ve seen how love can hurt and have mended too many broken hearts to risk my own.
Still, having Clark back in my life makes me feel grounded…and sort of mushy inside. It’s not only because his chunky glasses turn him into an adorably hot Clark Kent. It’s also how he makes me feel like I can be more. Which is why hooking up with him is a bad idea. But resisting him becomes impossible, and before I know it, each touch, kiss, and night spent together only makes me crave more.
We want different things, so there’s no way this will last. But Clark makes me consider breaking my rules and trying this boyfriend stuff for real. What’s a guy to do when his best friend steals the heart he’s afraid to give? I guess it comes down to potentially hurting him, or losing the only guy I’ve ever really wanted. Pretty wild, right?
When Galen flees his home and travels to Lunar’s Reach, he does what he needs to survive. But trading his body for food in his belly is always a risky undertaking. After he’s found injured in an alleyway, his new friends take him to Moon Flower apothecary, where the madam in charge offers him the proposition of a lifetime.
Little does he know that the Moon Flower flourishes at night—in more ways than one. Gentlemen gather in secret, yearning for an evening with Galen and the others, where they offer pleasure willingly while exploring their desires.
But Galen’s eye is continually drawn to the most unassuming man in the room—Azriel, the resident healer, who has the most unusual aura Galen has ever seen. There’s an understated melancholy in him that Galen longs to soothe, and the more time they spend together, the more he craves to know Azriel’s touch.
But security is only a threadbare veneer for those like him, and soon danger is upon their doorstep. Galen has only ever needed to protect himself, but now he belongs to an ensemble of unlikely characters who’ve become the family he never had. So he’ll put himself on the line, along with his heart, if it means keeping them safe—especially Azriel, the man who quiets his restless soul.
Please note: Moon Flower is set in an imaginary world reminiscent of our nineteenth century, with some fantastical elements such as potions and fated mates, but without explicit rules. Some liberties were taken for the sake of fiction—and, of course, romance.
TW: Discussions and depictions of assault which are physical and sexual in nature, as well as a background characterization that some might find unconventional.
Obwohl Michael ein Leben führt, worum ihn sicher viele beneiden, fällt seine Bilanz bei Beziehungen eher mäßig aus. Immer wieder stehen ihm seine Selbstzweifel im Weg und keiner seiner zahlreichen One-Night-Stands kann die quälende Einsamkeit vertreiben. Dann trifft er an Silvester auf Stewart, dessen stumme Verzweiflung bei ihrem heißen Stelldichein etwas tief in Michael berührt. Zunächst einigen sie sich auf Sex ohne Verpflichtungen, aber je mehr Zeit sie miteinander verbringen, desto mehr öffnen sie sich einander – und gestehen Fehler aus der Vergangenheit ein, die nicht wiedergutzumachen sind. Für beide scheint Vergebung unerreichbar, doch vielleicht können sie sich gegenseitig helfen, um nicht wieder alles zu verlieren. Mit Verständnis, Geduld… und Liebe.
Band 4 der "Under My Skin"-Reihe. Buch ist in sich abgeschlossen.
After the death of his wife, Tanner Rowe takes a step toward making her dream come true and buys the house with the dilapidated barn she’d been inexplicably drawn to in the picturesque Upper Peninsula. But after a year, he still can’t get past his grief long enough to make the repairs he’d promised.
Recently out of prison, Cole Lachlan has little to his name. Homeless, broke, and without many options as a felon, Cole heads to Red Bluff with hopes of a second chance. There he meets Tanner, whose loneliness mirrors his own, and soon Cole is trading room and board for rebuilding the burned-out barn on Tanner’s property that hasn’t been touched in seventy years.
Turns out, the barn holds more secrets than either of them could have imagined. After unearthing a hidden journal from 1948, Cole and Tanner spend their evenings poring over the pages, reading about a young man pining after his best friend. The deeper they delve into this forbidden affair from the past, the more Cole and Tanner’s own relationship shifts—from acquaintances to friends…to undeniable attraction.
But as they begin to deal with the newness of falling in love in the wake of Tanner’s loss and Cole’s past, they also become more determined to unravel the mystery of the young lovers who’ve captured their hearts, the rumors about the fire, and what really happened that fateful night.
When Isaiah discovers Liam is looking for a hookup to help him explore a secret kink, the idea of anyone touching Liam that way sparks a protective instinct Isaiah has never felt before. Then, Isaiah confesses that he’d like to be the one Liam experiments with, and Liam is completely bowled over—equal parts thrilled and wary of ruining their friendship.
From the first sting of Isaiah’s palm, Liam’s fantasy finally comes to life. The more they explore together, the closer they become, uncovering feelings neither were willing to admit before. But outside the haven of their room, reality isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Isaiah isn’t out, and worries about his college basketball career. And Liam won’t be someone’s secret, not after he promised himself he’d stop hiding and being afraid.
Deciding how to navigate the world together will be the final exam they’ll need to ace.
**Science and Jockstraps is part of a multi-author series of books that take place in the same fictional town. Each story can be read in any order. The connecting element in the Ace's Wild series is an adult store owned by Ace and Wilder. The main characters from each book will make at least one visit to Ace's Wild, where they'll buy a toy to use in their story! The only characters who crossover to each book are Ace and Wilder. And with various heat levels, there's sure to be something for everyone!
**Previous proceeds from this title were donated to LGBTQ+ organizations. The 90 days commitment period ended on 12-22-19.
Hoping to score an easy buck and a place to sleep, unemployed circus roadie Emery Woods chooses Last Call to run a few bets and enjoy a decent beer before moving on. When he finds himself stranded, the unexpected kindness Quinn and Gray show him leads to temporary work and a couch to lay his head. Sensing unresolved history between Quinn and Gray, he squashes his immediate draw to the men, opting to avoid trouble. But as days turn into weeks, denying the attraction is easier said than done.
When the men finally give in to the simmering sexual tension, it quickly develops into more than a way to pass the lonely nights. And as they begin to lean on each other for emotional support, it becomes nearly impossible to think of one man without the other two. But while Quinn and Gray are afraid to cross the line of friendship between them, Emery fears once they do, he’ll quickly be cast aside. A real family is finally within their grasp, but unless the men can learn to trust each other, they just might miss their hearts’ last call home.
My whole world changed with one roadside bomb and an honorable discharge. Not even the city I used to love can ease the restlessness inside me. I don’t expect visiting my cousin Sienna’s farm to do the trick either, but the change of scenery can’t hurt. Wyoming isn’t what I expected—from the mischievous pig following me around, to the rescue horse I’ve become strangely fascinated with. And then there’s Kerry, the handsome, brooding cowboy, who somehow calms the storm inside me—and just happens to be Sienna’s ex-husband.
I’ve had a rough go of it since I came out—disappointing my family, the divorce, and the blow of my daughter’s illness. Things are settling down now, my kiddo is healthy, and Sienna and I are finally on solid ground. Not everyone accepts me, but I’ve owned my truth, even if I spend my life solo. Only, now that Julian’s here, I’m not so lonesome anymore. He’s a kindred spirit. First as someone to talk to, then as…more. The first time I hold him through one of his nightmares, I feel a rightness I never expected to find.
We know this’ll end with the summer, but with every stolen kiss against the stable walls, with every heated or tender moment, I fall deeper. The reality is, I can’t risk my family or the business by going public with him. I know this can never last and that Julian doesn’t belong here. So why does it feel like he already does?
Orien Moore, known as the Huntsman, lives on the fringes and has forsaken close bonds with anyone, even the misfits he has taken in. When Orien is called upon by his brother, Reginald, to kill the pampered future duke, it is the perfect opportunity to seek revenge against his power-hungry brother. Orien formulates a plan to use Reginald’s vicious request to his advantage by kidnapping Ansil and holding him hostage until he can fulfill his birthright.
Soon Orien realizes that Ansil is nothing like he’d expected. Kind and joyful, Ansil enchants Orien and his ragtag group. And Ansil, in turn, cannot help but be curious about the gruff huntsman as Orien’s vulnerabilities are exposed. Their mutual interest transforms into affection, followed by overwhelming desire. But they are living on borrowed time.
With Reginald seeking power in Ravenswood, they have no way of knowing what will transpire once Orien returns Ansil to his proper place in society. The only certainty is that the odds are stacked against them. Will the young lord and his huntsman ever have the chance to experience the happily ever after they’ve found in each other’s arms?
***PLEASE NOTE: FOREVER MOORE is a romantic fairy tale—minus the magic—that features one reluctant lord, one brooding huntsman, and plenty of angsty, forbidden love. It’s loosely based on a treasured fairy tale in a make-believe setting that isn’t part of any specific time period and doesn’t play by any traditional rules.
**It also completely stands alone from the first book in the Forbidden Love series. You DO NOT have to read one to enjoy the other. They are completely separate worlds. (less)
After his father’s passing, Cassius Havendale’s sole duty is to provide for his family. A promotion to serve a pampered prince is something he endures only for their sake. Surely Prince Merrick has no understanding of the true suffering of the common people, nor could he possibly understand what it’s like to desperately desire something he cannot have.
Except the prince is not at all what Cassius imagined. Kind, humorous, and caring to those in need, he also shares Cassius’s affinity for the arts. In fact, Merrick understands his deepest vulnerabilities in a most remarkable way.
As their affection deepens, the underlying tension between them becomes unbearable and they’re unable to ignore it any longer. But when the queen prepares a lavish ball with all the eligible ladies in the land in attendance, Merrick must fulfill his obligations to his country, and Cassius has the needs of his family to consider. They’ve long known their stolen moments would have to come to an end, but are they ready to give up one another and the idea of a happily-ever-after?
***PLEASE NOTE: EVER AFTER is a romantic fairy tale—minus the magic—that features one compassionate prince, one brooding valet, and plenty of angsty, forbidden love. It’s loosely based on a certain treasured fairy tale in a wintery make-believe setting that wouldn’t be considered contemporary but also isn’t based on any specific time period and doesn’t play by any traditional rules. *Please be sure to read the Dear Reader letter in the book before you begin.