The closeted sports star and a straight paramedic, traped on a mountain. What could go wrong? Or will they get all they’ve ever wanted? In discovering they're bi, will Reef and Ford be brave enough to reach for each other?
I didn't mean to lose my virginity to a sexy Christmas elf...but hey, 'tis the season, and he looks so good once he's donned his gay apparel!
Nicky doesn’t do boyfriends or Christmas. At least, he doesn’t do them well. But being friends with benefits with Felix? Best Christmas gift ever. Now all Nicky has to do is keep from ruining it by letting on that he’s fallen for Felix for real…
Jack shouldn’t want anything to do with me. He shouldn’t forgive me when I act like an a$$. And he should definitely run for the hills when I’m slapped with custody of my sister’s three kids.
But he doesn’t run.
Jack Chance is a man who stays. It’s only when he's gone that I realize I was never done with love. I was just waiting for Jack.
I always promised myself I wouldn’t come back to Abingdon.
But my new job as police chief has me here for a while.
And Kendall Vincent might just get me to stay. When I’m in his arms, I feel complete. I feel at home.
When two gay kids get beat up, I realize that Abingdon needs me.
I’m here to protect the town—and the man—that I love.
After my divorce, my life has been just me, my little boy and my job. Some people might call me overprotective, but as the Sheriff, I know what can happen when you let down your guard. When my high school friend Christian comes to visit, sure, I remember us as teenagers, but what I can't ignore is the fierce attraction that still burns between us.
I don't have a boyfriend, but I have to pretend I do.
When my boss's son starts hitting on me at work,
I have to figure a way out.
I lie and tell him I have a boyfriend.
So now I need a fake boyfriend.
He’s my opponent in the courtroom, defending the same scumbag criminals I’m trying to put away.
And, unlike me, he’s straight and he’s married.
So, why do I find myself so damn attracted to him?
Am I falling for the enemy?
Sing for Me is a standalone male/male romance novella, a prequel in the Morning Madison series. It can be read on its own, but should definitely be read with a tall glass of water nearby due to all the hot man on man action contained within it.
Rob has an accounting job he's good at and...that's about it. Art school drop out Alex is spinning out of control. Can they find their center of gravity together?
An emotionally-charged, slow burn m/m romance featuring an age gap, a lovable/annoying Jack Russell, a dad with no filter, steamy hijinks, and a hard-won happily ever after.
After being caught in a raid on a molly house, Thomas escapes on his way to the pillory. He makes his way to Yorkshire where handsome Lord Elmsby offers him a job. When a body is found on the moors, he must find out what happened at Gorsewall Manor.