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Pas toujours facile d’être amoureux de son meilleur ami !
La réputation de tombeur d’Henry lui colle à la peau. Soucieux de construire quelque chose de durable, il est bien décidé à arrêter les relations sans lendemain. Malheureusement, il sait que ses sentiments envers son ami d’enfance ne seront jamais partagés. Ivo a été très clair sur le sujet, Henry ne sera jamais rien de plus que son meilleur ami.
Si la distance a permis à leur amitié de survivre, quand les deux amis se retrouvent dans la même ville, Henry et Ivo retrouvent rapidement leurs vieilles habitudes. Une relation intense et passionnelle qui pourrait bien basculer vers plus que de l’amitié.
« L’amour est le plus grand des risques, mais aussi la plus belle des récompenses. »
#Friends-to-lovers #Sereconstruire #MM
« Une magnifique histoire d’amour qui voit une amitié forte fleurir en sentiments amoureux. J’ai également apprécié retrouver les couples des tomes précédents, et cette “fin heureuse” est tout simplement fabuleuse. » Vanna – Goodreads
Retrouvez une comédie romantique brûlante par l'autrice du roman à succès "Briser les règles".
Un été et rien de plus...
La vie de Jude, top model, a beau être remplie de soirées, de shootings et de coups d’un soir, elle n’en reste pas moins vide de sens pour autant. Et ça ne risque pas de changer. Jude s’est fait une promesse il y a longtemps et depuis, il s’y est toujours tenu : aucune relation sérieuse. Qui aurait cru qu’un accident l’amènerait à passer un été exceptionnel avec cet homme hors du commun ?
Asa est un acteur talentueux qui a tout laissé tomber pour s'occuper de son fils. De retour sur le devant de la scène, la dernière chose dont il a besoin, c'est de s'attacher à cet homme mystérieux plein de secrets.
Un été et rien de plus...
Pas de sentiments. Pas d'attaches. C'est l'accord qu'ils ont passé. Mais pourront-ils honorer les termes du contrat jusqu'au bout ?
#Contrat #PèreCélibataire #MM
Chaque tome peut se lire indépendamment des autres.
« J'ai adoré Gabe et Dylan et "Briser les règles" mais je suis tombé éperdument amoureux d'Asa et de Jude. Ce livre est juste épique... comme dirait Billy. Je suis sûr que de nombreux lecteurs ont déjà chanté des louanges à propos de ce livre, mais je vais le refaire, car c'est ce genre de livre qui mérite tous les éloges du monde. » - Shin Mon Twhay sur Goodreads
Est-ce vraiment mal de vouloir assassiner son patron ?
Voilà deux ans que Dylan travaille pour Gabe.
Deux longues années jonchées de remarques sarcastiques et d’insultes.
Deux longues années à devoir refaire le café quatre fois chaque matin pour satisfaire les goûts pointilleux de môsieur.
Sans surprise, Dylan a imaginé les pires façons d’assassiner cet homme impossible à contenter. Entre le poignarder dans l’œil avec une fourchette à gâteaux ou l’étrangler avec sa cravate hors de prix, Dylan a pensé à tout.
Jusqu’à ce qu’une rencontre fortuite lui ouvre les yeux sur l’attirance qui existe entre eux.
Une attirance cachée sous une épaisse couche d’antipathie.
Mais il reste un problème de taille : Gabe est toujours un connard fini dont la règle d’or est de ne jamais s’engager émotionnellement.
Alors ? Prendront-ils le risque de briser cette règle au risque de voir leurs cœurs brisés en retour ?
#Patron #Ennemitolover #Briserlesrègles #MM
Chaque tome peut se lire indépendamment des autres.
Relations between them have never really moved on from that auspicious beginning. Arlo is still clumsy, and Jack is still as handsome and unobtainable as ever.
However, things look like they’re starting to change when Arlo finds himself sharing a room with Jack while on holiday in Amsterdam at Christmas. Will the festive spirit finally move them towards each other, or is Arlo just banging his head against a wall this time?
From bestselling author, Lily Morton comes a warm romantic comedy set in chilly Amsterdam
John is an exceptionally good lawyer. He’s driven, arrogant, and hides a warm heart beneath a façade of cool politeness. He’s used to people disliking him, but for some reason, when meeting Matt in London, the other man’s open dislike bothers him.
He’s therefore surprised to find himself offering Matt a place to stay in his villa in the South of France while he’s working nearby. He’d actually planned to spend the summer working on his book and plotting to get his ex-wife back. However, his perfect plans take a blow as the long hot summer progresses and the two men get closer, and John starts to nurse an unexpected attraction to his houseguest from hell.
Matt is John’s polar opposite. He’s warm, funny, sociable, and scruffy. He loves people, and they love him back. However, to his consternation, he hates John. His arrogance, public school voice, and the air of superiority that he carries around aggravate Matt unbearably. So the idea of staying in his home with just him for company sounds torturous and not in a good way.
However, as the summer days slip by, he’s forced to realise that maybe he’s not such a good judge of character because underneath that arrogance is a warm, vulnerable man who’s incredibly sexy. The only problem is that while Matt is gay, John is straight, and Matt now wants him more than he’s ever wanted anything in his life.
See what happens when two men who think they have nothing in common apart from a past mutual hatred find out that they might be each other’s future.
From bestselling author, Lily Morton comes a scorchingly hot romantic comedy. This is a spin-off from the Beggar’s Choice series. It features characters from the series but can be read as a complete standalone.
Cadan Landry’s farm has been in his family for hundreds of years but that doesn’t make it any easier to make ends meet. As a consequence, Cadan could be called grumpy. Most men would consider a supermodel collapsing at their feet while dressed in the skimpiest pair of briefs ever made to be a sign of good fortune. Cadan just resents the fact that the young man is taking up space in his cow field.
These two men are from different worlds, but can they ever meet in the middle?
From bestselling author Lily Morton comes a novella about snarky models, misconceptions, and finding a home in the most unlikely of places.
When Felix met handsome journalist Max Travers, it was lust at first sight. It was just his luck that he then had to develop a terrible case of feelings and got his heart broken. However, two and a half years later, he’s over all of that. His job is going well, he has good friends, and he doesn’t lack for male company. Which, of course, is when Max has to come bursting back into his life.
Felix Jackson will always be the one who got away to Max. He’s spent their time apart regretting his actions and hoping for a second chance. When an accident lands him in Felix’s less than tender care, Max is determined to grab this opportunity. The only problem is that Felix is equally determined that he doesn’t.
From bestselling author, Lily Morton comes a story of missed opportunities, second chances, and two very stubborn men.
This is the third book in the Close Proximity series, but it can be read as a standalone.
Charlie Burroughs can’t keep a man. All he wants is a good relationship like the ones he sees his friends having, but none of the men he picks ever work out. Despite him trying to be the perfect boyfriend, the men are either threatened by his looks or his epilepsy or a combination of the two. It’s lucky that he has his best friend Misha to turn to. The two of them are closer than peas in a pod and fiercely loyal to each other. He can’t imagine his life without Misha in it.
Misha Lebedinsky is the complete opposite of his best friend. Being the support system for his mum and twin sisters leaves Misha with neither the time nor the inclination for a relationship. Quick and frequent hook-ups are his favourite means of communication and any other pesky emotional needs he has are met by Charlie, who he’s devoted to. He lives a life of happy compartmentalization with no intention of ever changing.
All of this changes when the two best friends move in together. Being in close proximity means that they suddenly start to see each other in a very different light. But Charlie struggles when his drive to be the perfect partner clashes with the fact that he’s in love with a man who knows every little thing about him. And even if he can get past that, can a relationship ever work with a man who’d need a dictionary to tell him what love means?
From bestselling author Lily Morton comes a love story about a sunny librarian who has relationship written all over him and a cynical banker who doesn’t even have it in his blurb.
Jude is a highly successful model, but a very reluctant one. His life is full of casual hook-ups with pretty men in glamorous locations, but it’s still empty. However, circumstances decreed a long time ago that this was his path, so he’s resolutely stayed on it and accepted his fate with good grace. He made a deal with himself and his hook-ups. Get in, get out and no ties with anyone.
However, an accident at home one night leads to him making a new deal and accepting the offer of help from an unlikely source. It leads to an unexpected summer of falling in love with a larger than life man and his child.
But by the end of the summer his reasons for not staying are still valid. Will he turn away? Can he?
Asa is a talented actor who has spent time away from the scene to look after his son. But now he’s back, and the last thing he needs are complications from the gorgeous man who is staying with him. Scarred from too many betrayals, he has no intention of forming a lasting tie with anyone. However, he can’t resist the beautiful man with secrets, and to his horror he develops feelings.
But a deal’s a deal and they said it was just for the summer. What can Asa do with a man who has forever in his eyes and goodbye on his lips?
From the Amazon bestselling author of ‘Rule Breaker’ comes another scorchingly hot romantic comedy.
This is the second book in the Mixed Messages series but it can be read as a standalone.
Henry’s the odd man out. All his friends are settling down, and his reputation as the Hook-Up King of London seems more like a curse than a blessing these days. Especially when it keeps photojournalist Ivo, his best friend and the brilliant man he’s loved since they were fifteen, at arm’s length. But that’s where Ivo wants him, right? Putting aside his feelings, Henry decides to give up casual sex and look for the real deal. After all, he has no chance with Ivo - or does he?
Henry is everything to Ivo. Best friend, soul mate, the one person who has never let him down. The one person he is loyal to above everything and everyone. But Henry’s in a box marked best friend and that’s where Ivo’s kept him for nearly twenty years, despite steadily falling in love with the gentle man. And besides, why would Henry want to date Ivo? Burned out and injured, he’s the walking embodiment of damaged.
Distance has helped Henry and Ivo keep a lid on their attraction, but when they find themselves in the same city for a change—Ivo hurt and needing assistance, and Henry more than willing to provide it—the two best friends grow closer than ever, forcing a realization, and a decision. Risk their friendship for their hearts? Or can they have both?
From the bestselling author of Rule Breaker and Deal Maker comes a tender love story about two best friends who are perfect for each other, and always have been - if only they knew it.
This is the third book in the Mixed Messages series, but it can be read as a standalone.
Magnus Carlsen is determined to grow old disgracefully. At fifty-two, he doesn’t believe in keeping anything. Men, sofas, books—everything gets jettisoned, eventually. He’s divided his life into happy compartments. A successful trial lawyer, he spends his days lecturing jurors, exasperating judges, and striding arrogantly around courtrooms. He fills his nights with a parade of handsome young men who want to make him happy. Why date someone his own age to discuss back pain, retirement-planning, and corns, when he can date men who don’t care to discuss anything at all?
However, when one of these sunny young men shows an inclination for dramatic scenes, Magnus meets his new neighbour. And his whole world implodes.
Laurie Gentry is nearly the same age as Magnus, but that’s where the similarity ends. He’s messy and creative and nosy and mysterious. He’s everything that Magnus has spent a lifetime avoiding. So, why can’t he get Laurie out of his head?
Luckily, Laurie is only in London for the summer. Magnus can uncover Laurie’s mysteries and indulge their annoyingly hot attraction, and Laurie will be gone before complications arise. A few months isn’t long enough to lose his heart. Is it?
From bestselling author, Lily Morton comes a romantic comedy about two footloose older men and how one summer in London brings something quite beautifully unexpected into their lives.
A talented, mercurial, and often selfish man, Gideon has everything he should want in life. Fame, money, acting awards – he has it all. Everything but honesty. At the advice of his agent, Gideon has concealed his sexuality for years. But it’s starting to get harder to hide, and his increasingly wild behaviour is threatening to destroy his career.
Then he’s laid low by a serious illness and into his life comes Eli Jones. Eli is everything that Gideon can’t understand. He’s sunny tempered, friendly, and optimistic. Even worse, he’s unaffected by grumpiness and sarcasm, which forms ninety percent of Gideon’s body weight. And now Gideon is trapped with him without any recourse to the drugs and alcohol that have previously eased his way through awkward situations.
However, as Gideon gets to know the other man, he finds himself wildly attracted to his lazy smiles and warm, scruffy charm that seem to fill a hole inside Gideon that’s been empty for a long time. Will he give in to this incomprehensible attraction when it could mean the end of everything that he’s worked for?
From the bestselling author of the Mixed Messages series comes a story about a man who needs to realise that being true to yourself is really just a form of finding home.
This is the third book in the Finding Home series but it can be read as a standalone.