Shots on Goal - Amy Aislin
Recently traded to the newly formed Vermont Trailblazers, professional hockey player Roman Kinsey needs to focus on helping the team win games and filling the stands, not on the blond, bespectacled part-timer who works at the library he volunteers at. He knows all too well that outing himself equals heartache and ridicule…or worse.
Cody Evans, psych major and grad school hopeful, notices everything and thinks too much. But he doesn’t know what to think when he sees Roman reading to kids. The rugged hockey player just doesn’t look like the type. But it stirs something in him, something he’s never felt before.
When the library is threatened with closure, Cody enlists Roman’s help. As they get to know each other better...much, much better...they realize that they have more in common than books. But Roman’s keeping a big part of himself from his team, and giving in to his feelings for Cody might be more than he’s willing to risk.
Where Missing Boys Go - Parker Avrile
A missing ex. Two missing children. And the man caught in the middle of a cartel's proposed hostage exchange.
When his ex-boyfriend vanished with stolen millions, Darke went to prison for his part in the heist. Another man might want revenge. All he wants is the chance to rebuild his life with a new and better man. But everybody else still wants the millions.
When a faceless organization forces Darke to lead them to the missing money, he no longer has a choice. He must find his elusive ex or die trying. And death is not an option as long as the two boys are in the hands of kidnappers.
Meanwhile, the FBI is dangling a mysterious new assignment in front of Flare. What are the higher-ups in the bureau up to this time? If they think they're going to slow down Darke Davis, they've got the wrong guy. Nobody and nothing is stopping Darke. Not even Flare.
Logan - M.C. Adams
Reasons not to sleep with my new staff member...
1. He's a former student of mine.
2. He's just got out of prison.
3. He's so shredded, he'd probably break me in half...
CLARK: I should be happy. I'm finally free of my crazy ex. But when Logan bursts back into my life, happiness is the last thing I can think about. Now I'm forced to spend time with the only man who's ever made me weak at the knees. Even worse - I'm his boss. I should fire him. But with my psycho ex back in the picture, Logan is the only thing keeping me safe.
LOGAN: Why did it have to be Clark? Of all the jobs in this city, I end up with him as my boss. I've been obsessed with him for three years. That perfect body. Those kiss-me lips. Those eyes that make me stop and stare. I thought I'd never see him again. And now that he's back in my life, I can't bear the thought of losing him. But am I willing to sacrifice my freedom to protect him?
Protecting Damian - Anders Grey
Izak: I knew Damian Cox was a haughty brat before I even laid eyes on him. As the lead singer for a popular band, he was destined to be arrogant and difficult. He's never had a bodyguard who lasted more than a month, and now I'm just another challenge for him—another bodyguard to break.
But unlike the others, I'm unbreakable. Two can play at Damian’s game. And despite the annoyingly charming way he's growing on me, I don't intend to lose.
Damian: I challenged myself: two weeks to make Izak quit. But you know what they say about the best-laid plans. The stubborn meathead refuses to bend, and for some reason, it’s stupidly endearing.
Sleeping with your bodyguard is a bad idea nine times out of ten. I know that better than anyone because I’ve had about a million bodyguards and haven’t been attracted to any of them—until now. But you know what’s an even worse idea? Falling in love with your bodyguard.
Trust Me - Avery Ford
Milo Griffin is on the fast-track to success. He’s had three promotions in as many years at New York Atlantic, and he’s just one deal away from a coveted corner office. This deal won’t be like any of the others, though. He’ll have to travel up into the mountains and deal with the man who has rejected every offer that’s been put in front of him.
Jax Bryant has spent his whole life fighting. As a teenager in Brooklyn. As a Navy Seal fighting overseas. He’s always done the right thing—or tried to, at least. Now, though, he’s in the most difficult fight of his life. At stake? The land he calls home and the air he breathes. And Jax will do anything—anything—to defend it.
An explosive first meeting between Milo and Jax leaves both of them wondering if they’re going to make it through the night. Being stuck together in a tiny cabin means they’ll both have to rely on the one thing that doesn’t come naturally to either of them - trust.