Pendulum - Joel Abernathy
Torn between brothers, torn between worlds.
All I wanted was a fresh start when I left my abusive ex-boyfriend behind in Austin. What I got? A den of wolves. No, I mean literal wolves—moon worship, fangs and all.
Sebastian and Victor? One’s troubled and dangerous, the other’s as overprotective as he is overpowered, and they’re both alpha males. Speaking of alphas, each of them thinks I’m his “fleur.” Which I’m guessing is another term for “omega.”
If I wanted anything to do with the wolf pack or its super-exclusive “gentleman’s club,” I’d be flattered that the twins are fighting over me like a scrap of meat, but I’m not that kind of guy no matter what they insist I am and there’s nothing gentlemanly about the wolves who run the Lodge.
Problem is, they’re not the only ones who are after me. Keeping the wolves at bay is hard enough, but when a vampire from my past comes calling, I’ll have to choose sides—and a mate—just to survive.
The Keystone Alphas - Ashe Moon
Meet the seniors of Keystone Academy’s Death March Study Squad: Viggo, Dane and Red. Best friends since childhood and as close as brothers, they’re three alphas who share everything in life.
Omega freshman Brendan Prince has no friends and no clue how to manage the brutal rigors of his new university. When Brendan stumbles upon the DMSS, the trio take him under their wing to show him what it takes to survive. It’s quickly obvious that he was meant to be their friend, but he definitely didn’t expect to be the subject of not just one, but all three of the trio’s desires!
What in the world could an awkward omega like him provide to three perfect alphas like them?
Off-Balance - Brigham Vaughn
Love doesn’t always add up.
Russell Bishop is a rising star at Vantage Marketing. Stephen Parker is the company’s CFO.
A spilled cup of coffee gives them an opportunity to act on the mutual attraction they’ve both been trying to ignore. But attraction isn’t enough with an almost twenty-year age gap and clashing expectations about their relationship.
Fiercely independent, Russ isn't sure he's ready for long-term commitment and Stephen is afraid history is repeating itself.
Their relationship reaches a crossroads when the death of Stephen’s father forces them to visit his hometown in southern Georgia. Estranged from his family, Stephen must come to terms with his past and say goodbye to the father whose expectations he could never live up to. The small, conservative town provides its own challenges as Russ must find the strength to be the man Stephen desperately needs.
Try Me - Neve Wilder
Two rivals. One law internship. A whole lot of objectionable activity.
It wasn’t always this way between us. We were best friends growing up. Competitive? Yeah. Ruthless? Definitely. Neither of us liked to lose.
But the intense chemistry? That’s new. The hatred in his eyes? That’s new, too.
I should let it go. There’s too much bad blood between our families. Between us. But I can’t. I don’t think he can, either.
Now we’re gunning for the same internship.
If he thinks I’ll back down, he’s dead wrong. Once upon a time, I lost everything. I won’t let it happen again.
Go ahead. Try me.
Lonely Omega's Baby Wish - Dex Bass
Oz is imagining things. There’s no way billionaire publisher Andre Acour wants to co-father with a humble social worker. It's a pipe dream. And it’s unprofessional. Oz is supposed to counsel Andre about his lack of a mate, not daydream about becoming that mate.
The cocky billionaire's smile, his firm handshake, his confidence, his build under his perfectly pressed suit -- Oz can't stop thinking about bearing Andre's baby. What if?
Andre never met anyone like Oz. The snappy little social worker can stand his own against all of Andre’s tantrums, and he’s no airhead. Even his life story is pretty amazing. He walked away from a family fortune to start a life on his own. And he’s adorably nerdy. He’d make a perfect co-father. Andre never wanted anyone like this.
Oz isn’t easy pickings. Billionaire or not, Andre has to prove himself.