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Someone is killing redheads in Madison, California, and Matthew Blake wants to know who. As a vampire, he’s not supposed to get involved with human problems, but his customers at the diner where he works are upset, and when he uses his ability to access one of them, he suspects it isn’t something natural that’s hunting in his town.
Rory Coltraine steps in to manage the diner when his uncle’s illness draws him back to Madison. He feels an immediate attraction to the abrupt, borderline rude night cook. But wolves don’t mix with humans, or not sexually, anyway. That doesn’t mean he can’t make an exception.
But Matthew’s not human, and neither is Rory, and the redheads who are dying are Rory’s Clan. When they do finally give in to their mutual attraction, it changes things for both of them.
Between trying to hunt a hunter, dealing with vampires, and the burdens of their places in the world on top of it, can two very different men find time for love? Of course they can.
Unofficially questioning someone who might have information associated with a legal case isn't the best way to meet a potential date. In fact, it's not the way Troy Bernay ever expected to, but male nurse Lex Harrington is… interesting. Too much so when Lex's involvement with the aftermath of an accident caused by the son of one of Troy's clients might create a conflict of interest.
Lex hasn't had the best of luck with men. In fact, he's had such bad luck that he's given up on finding someone to spend more than a week or two with. His work hours are just too 'inconvenient' for most guys. That doesn't stop him from wishing, of course, and Troy Bernay seems just about perfect for a fun, no-drama good time. Except for a pesky police investigation into the most recent multiple vehicle accident, of course, and needing to stay away from lawyers, cops, and the media if he wants to keep his job.
Running into each other unexpectedly at a party has both Troy and Lex wondering whether there's a way to have their cake and eat it, too, but even in the best case scenario, something's got to give.
The last thing Pauly expects during a simple night out is to wind up embroiled in a cab chase. Then again, if something weird happens, it made sense that it would happen to him. He can only count himself lucky that his cab driver is smart, attractive, and seems to like him, even with the drama.
Being involved in a situation that requires police attention isn't something Randy's ever aspired to, but he can't resent it when it's brings Pauly into his life. Pauly's just about perfect, as far as Randy can tell, but that means he's unlikely to be interested in anything more than friendship with a guy like Randy. That's better than nothing, right?
James isn't looking for a relationship. He's not even looking for a 'friends with benefits' arrangement. That's why he finds his obsession with two guys he picks up in a bar so bizarre. He's too busy for love, of course, but becoming friends with the two men somehow leads to wanting things he shouldn't. Even more complicated is the fact that he can't seem to decide which of them he's more interested in -- the stunningly hot Pauly or the more quietly attractive Randy.
All three men have decisions to make, and choices to face, not an easy task. There's no way the three of them could ever build a relationship together… is there?
255 pages/86900 words
Gracen loves Christmas. It's his favorite time of the year. So much so that he works as a mall photographer for the season, taking pictures of children with Santa. There's something about seeing all those happy families that he finds satisfying, which may be slightly odd since he's so very alone, himself.
Working three jobs is never fun, but when Jesse takes a part time position as a greeter elf at Santa's Workshop in the mall, he meets Gracen and realizes that maybe job number three isn't that bad, after all. The handsome photographer appeals to him, even with all Jesse's family issues.
Two lonely men, one Santa's Workshop, elf costumes, curl-toed shoes and a camera. They aren't exactly a recipe for finding that someone special. except maybe they are.
Peter Jamison has spent half his life believing he betrayed his first love, so when Dex is suddenly back in his life, he's thrilled. Sure, they have their problems. They're not the same young men they were before. They've grown and changed, been molded by their lives and circumstances into completely different people, but there's still the echo of their previous relationship. It might not be enough for some people to build a relationship on, but they're happy.
Leonard Dumfries is a lot of things. School teacher. Martial arts student. Father. He's also thirty-nine and still single. When he finds out that the super-hot hunk he met at his own birthday party is not only involved with someone but is also his friend Riley's uncle, Leonard is disappointed but still willing to be just friends with the man.
Life is pretty good for everyone, right up until it's not. When Peter's world starts to crumble around his ears, it's up to Leonard -- with a little help from friends and family -- to step in with a more-than-friendly shoulder and maybe, possibly, find his own happiness while trying to ensure Peter's, too.
What's the difference between a fling and a relationship? Three spies are about to find out.
Morgan and Simon are settled and happy together, or as much as they can be given their high-octane positions as operatives of the Farmingdale Gentleman's Club. So why are they both having unexpected longings and thoughts about their teammate, River? Sure, he's gorgeous but he's a bit of a player, and neither Simon nor Morgan are willing to risk their relationship on a fling.
Try as he might, River can't seem to resist his attraction to his team leader, Simon, or Simon's mate, Morgan. He also can't quite let himself intrude on their relationship until he receives a rather unique offer from the two men. It's a fairly casual arrangement, but when things get rocky on a Game in Prague, things come to a head.
Can three very different men find a way to make love work? Easier said than done, especially when the past seems determined to complicate the future. Novel
Michael’s hating life since his lover Alex dumped him on what should have been a very important night for them. Even his best friend Jim is having trouble bringing Michael out of his slump. Until Jim does, with a temporary solution to Michael’s loneliness that’s as unexpected as it is welcome, at first.
The last thing Jim expects when he tries to cheer Michael up is to fall in love with the guy. They’re just comforting each other; being very friends with benefits, right? So why is Jim so damned hurt when Mike takes off without as much as a goode? What is it about Michael that has Jim feeling lost without him? And is there any chance that Mike feels it too, or will Jim forever think of Michael as the one that got away?
When Luzien Bascombe finds himself lost in the middle of more snow than he’s ever seen in his life, he starts to expect things he’d rather not. Like death. What he doesn’t expect is to find someone like Win out there in the middle of nowhere, and he really doesn’t expect to find himself falling for Win so quickly.
Winston St. James doesn’t know what to make of the young man he finds on his doorstep; not even when Luz makes it clear that he wouldn’t mind a bit of fun in Win’s bed. He does know that Luz has a life to get back to, though, which becomes harder and harder to accept. The world is never perfect, so when Luz has to go, he tries to make the best of things. Will Luz and Win get past their old hurts and take a chance on each other, Win or Lose?