Protecting Phoenix - Ivy Oliver
All I have to do is keep him safe... and pretend to be his boyfriend.
Phoenix Breslin needs a bodyguard. I need a job. There's one catch: No one can know he's under my constant protection. So, how to keep that secret? His idea: I pretend to be his boyfriend.
At first I laugh it off. It's a good cover, and it'll explain why I'm with him 24/7. The longer I spend with him, the less of a joke it seems. I can't take my eyes off his lithe physique, or stop thinking about his strong hands and soft lips. He's hot and vulnerable, gorgeous and wild beneath his supernerd exterior... and every time I look at him, I catch him looking first.
After a passionate encounter, we cross a line and it's no longer a charade. I don't know what it is, except that I'm falling for him, and if I want to keep him, I'll have to save his life.
City of Stars - Belle LaBlanche
When Damien Cunningham’s monotonous life is upended out of the blue, he seeks solace and solitude in an unusual way: by booking himself a spontaneous solo getaway to the sunny, glamorous south of France. Perhaps some soul-searching by the Mediterranean coast will explain why he doesn’t seem to care that his ex-girlfriend left him for another man.
For Jacques Villiers, ‘not caring’ is easy - in fact, it’s the blueprint. It’s easier for the successful painter if he doesn’t develop feelings for his lovers, who he uses as models and muses. But his no-strings-attached approach is wearing thin, and he desperately needs new inspiration for his upcoming solo show.
When Damien and Jacques quite literally bump into each other in the old village of Mougins, there is a certain je ne sais quoi between the two. Damien is boldly invited for a modelling job by the painter, and, determined to break away from his old self and old life, he accepts.
Over the course of a few short days, the two men discover that life isn’t always about monotony and the loneliness that accompanies it. Sometimes, it is better to break away from the past and give yourself to the present. But the past always finds a way to rear its head: can they overcome painful secrets and hidden truths to find ever-lasting happiness?
Alpha Dom: Xander - Kellan Larkin and Kaz Crowley
Now he’s discovered that Seth is deep into the world of BDSM, and he must brave his fears and step into new waters to win his love back. What he discovers changes his life forever.
Xander doesn’t know that Seth got pregnant all those years ago. Raising his child in another city where he went for a new job, Seth finds that family problems are calling him back to Stell, his little boy in tow.
Seth immediately finds his way to the local BDSM community and makes friends, but when he reconnects with Xander, he has tough decisions to make.
As Seth’s mother’s health continues to deteriorate, and the secret he holds grows bigger and bigger, he realizes he needs to decide whether he can try again with Xander.
And Xander learns that kink is a way to connect with the man he lost—and doesn’t plan to lose ever again.
Especially not when the six-year-old son he never knew he had enters his life.
His Crazy Summer - Xander Collins
When your world feels like it’s going crazy … the one thing you can count on is love.
Jeremy is a big, burly, self-proclaimed redneck beta. He ’s not too happy with the way his life is going, but he doesn’t know where to look to find what he wants. But when he suddenly transitions into an omega one crazy night … and becomes pregnant … his life is turned upside down.
Alex is an alpha who is very loyal to his Puerto Rican family. He works hard at their landscaping business and helps take care of his brother’s kids. When he finds Jeremy at the drive-in theater, in heat and surrounded by hungry alphas, he takes him home where he will be safe. But, as responsible as he is, Alex can’t control his animal urges when he comes into contact with Jeremy’s intoxicating scent. When he finds out he’s a father, Alex not only has to figure out how to provide for two families, but he has to convince Jeremy to keep the baby.
Can Alex convince Jeremy that the little being growing inside him is meant to be? And that the love between the two of them and their family might just be what he’s been wanting all along?
Leather Head - Matt Converse
He's pleasing to the eye, but deadly to the touch.
Gable is just playing dress up for San Francisco's leather S&M fair, but Leather Head isn't playing. His friend Shawn warns him to be careful what he's advertising for since the community has been rocked by four brutal murders. Gable still thinks it's all in fun, but Leather Head isn't playing. Desire can be deadly.
Exhale - Joel Abernathy
Two men haunted by the same ghost…
Falling for “the other man” in my marriage was never part of the plan. Then again, according to Nicolae Ursache, I am the other man, and human wedding vows don’t apply. Not to werewolves.
Nicolae is a smug, arrogant alpha male stereotype--and I do mean alpha in the literal sense--but when the same people who killed my wife kidnap my teenage daughter, he’s my only chance at getting her back. The fact that Nicolae was my wife’s rightful mate means that we share a mutual interest in bringing Ellie home, but I never could’ve imagined how he planned to do it.
I will do anything to protect my daughter. Even if it means becoming the plaything, or worse, of the man I loathe most.
Friends With Benefits - Ashleigh Lyons
Andrew Winter is an unlucky-in-love Omega, who just can’t seem to find the right guy. What makes it even worse is his 24/7 work schedule as the manager of Wylder Creek Cabins, his family’s business in town. How's Andrew supposed to find the perfect guy, when he can barely get a minute to himself?
Oliver Moore is an Alpha, who’s been Andrew’s BFF ever since they were both kids. During Wylder Creek’s busy season, he rents out the same cabin as Andrew, wanting to help Andrew with his workload the best that he can.
One night, after a particularly disastrous date, Andrew comes back to their shared cabin, tired of being depressed and alone.
He ends up asking Oliver one, fateful question:
Will you sleep with me tonight?
And Oliver actually says yes.
But can Andrew and Oliver’s friendship survive the one-time hookup? And what if it happens more than one time?
And what if, it turns out, that they’ve been more than friends, all along?