Playing Offside - Jax Calder
Falling for the guy who’s after your starting spot? Never a good idea.
Aiden Jones, aka the Ice King, is one of the best rugby players in the world. He got there by working hard and sacrificing a lot, including denying a large part of himself. But there’s plenty of time to be the poster boy for gay sportsmen after he retires. At the moment, he’s focused on cementing his legacy, and he’s definitely not surrendering his starting spot to the cocky loudmouth who just joined the training squad, no matter how talented the kid might be.
Tyler can’t believe he’s made it into the New Zealand rugby training squad after only his first professional rugby season. Now management has decided it’s a good idea for him to room with Aiden Jones, who Tyler’s had a long-range crush on for years. And although Aiden is icy to him both on and off the field, Tyler figures with a little charm, he can melt the Ice King. But he’s not prepared for how heated things become between them. Now Tyler’s falling for the same guy whose starting spot he’s gunning for. But all is fair in both love and sport, right?
Bet on Love - Ariella Zoelle
Drunkenly eloping with my best man was never part of my wedding plans. Falling in love with him definitely wasn’t supposed to happen. But the longer we’re married, the more I start to love Lucien as my husband and not just as my best friend. I may be straight, but I’m excited to consummate our marriage during our honeymoon—provided I can convince Lucien to come with me.
Our marriage starts out as a Hail Mary to get me out of my toxic relationship with my fiancée, but now I have to figure out how to tell Lucien that I want to stay married to him forever. That shouldn’t be too difficult, right?
Matched To His Polar Bear - Lorelei M. Hart & Colbie Dunbar
Sometimes the sweetest things in life don’t come from the bakery… sometimes they own the bakery.
Alpha polar bear shifter Winslow lost his bakery in a fire. When his landlord decided not to rebuild, he had two choices: start over or give up. He chose starting over. After months looking for the ideal location, he found one a thousand miles away in a little coastal town. It was everything he ever wanted—minus the family. Oh well, a bear can’t have everything.
Omega dragon shifter London was ready to settle into his new home a month ago, but set backs have him stuck at the Red-Tailed Inn. He wants to be in his own home, starting his new life. Maybe he’s just in a rut. After hearing about the shifter app Love And Hate from the innkeeper, he decides to give it a try. What’s the worst that could happen?