Photographer’s model Drew Angel is no pushover. He’s been hurt more times than he can count by men that see him as nothing more than the pretty face on the other side of their lens.
So when his drunken cab driver runs into the back of a beaten-up old Porsche on the way to the station, he tries to ignore the attractive other driver’s attentions. He knows men like Simeon King, and he knows better than to succumb to their superficial charms. Even when he learns the truth, that Simeon’s father recently passed away and the car was his only real legacy, Drew keeps an arm’s length between them.
But Drew Angel has a Christmas tradition: he and his sister give out gifts at the children’s home where they grew up before they found their forever family.
He has to get home for the big day. And when the trains are all cancelled because of the weather, how can he possibly turn down the offer of a ride?
Author’s Note: Throw together one beautiful Angel and the King of a small gambling empire, and watch the sparks fly. This Christmas road trip will force them both to face their own truths, and bring them closer than either of them expect. And of course, you can count on the cutest Christmas HEA to be waiting at the end!
Moving back to the UK wasn’t exactly in Mason Scott’s plans for the future. He should have been winning awards and accolades for his journalism skills in the States, not going on eventless drive-alongs with two of the least interesting cops in the world.
Ade Masters was hoping for a quiet night at home when he heard a loud explosion from a neighbour’s house. Reporting it to the police seemed like the right thing to do, but he wasn’t expecting good-looking former school bully Mason to arrive with them.
But what happens next is as terrifying as it is sudden. A creature, neither man nor beast but something else entirely, attacks the police out of nowhere before turning its attention on anyone who happens to be nearby.
Can Ade and Mason set aside their differences and work together to survive?
Or will this be the last night of their lives?
Author’s Note: This paranormal M/M romance doesn’t pull any punches. There’s plenty of terror along the way to a guaranteed HEA. Add in two cute characters, a mad scientist with a dirty mind and a monster hell-bent on tearing a neighbourhood apart, and you can expect a fast-paced rollercoaster that delivers on both the action and the love.
A new coach ignites the flames of passion in this gay-for-you sports romance set in the world of professional swimming…
I’ve been swimming professionally since I was seventeen. Over the last decade I’ve won prizes, gained lucrative sponsorships and worked my way into the top ten in Britain. Swimming has brought me a long way from my roots, growing up in the inner city.
But a random injury, followed by a moment of panic in the water, has changed everything. It’s left me terrified of getting back in the pool, and no longer able to trust the coach I’ve been working with for years.
That’s when I decide to give Nick Dante a try. He has a reputation for getting swimmers back on their feet, and with only a couple of weeks to get over my fear I need his help.
Only, I don’t expect to find myself falling for the gorgeous, red-headed coach, with his killer abs and thighs that I fantasize about being crushed between. As we spend our days together, we find ourselves drawing ever closer, and it becomes impossible for me to get him off my mind.
There’s just one problem: Nick Dante isn’t gay.
Author’s Note: This gay-for-you, older-younger M/M sports romance brings you all the feels. Follow Juke Henderson as he swims the treacherous waters of an affair with his ostensibly straight coach, a man with a dominant personality and a mysterious past…
“I want to know what your lips feel like on mine. I want to know what they taste like. I want you to smile at me.”
For the two years since he left high-school, Eric Gray has been working in the Scrubton Diner, casting aside any chance of something better so that he can support himself and his sick mom. Between mopping down tables, serving customers and keeping a watchful eye on the schoolkids who come in to play the arcade machine, he makes just enough to keep them both comfortably housed and fed.
But there’s a side perk to working in the only food joint in a town on the edge of literally nowhere: Albuquerque Robbins. Each day, for an hour at lunchtime, the gorgeous mine worker sits at the counter with his crossword, nursing a mug of black coffee and looking like a literal dream come true. Albuquerque Robbins, who once saved a kid from drowning, who all the guys wanted to be and all the girls wanted to be with, who used to play quarterback on the football team.
And who Eric has been in love with since he first knew what love was.
Author’s Note: This 80s set, sweet M/M romance brings together two of the cutest characters you can imagine. Sprinkle on a little self-doubt, a little angst and a lot of love, and you have a quick, delicious short story that will leave you feeling full of the joys of life.