Marc Tucker and Adam O'Neill typically wouldn't have crossed paths due to their vastly different career choices. Marc has been playing professional football for the past two years, straight out of college, while Adam has been honing his craft since he was nine years old; when his mother bought him his first pair of ballet shoes.
Mandatory training for the offensive players on Marc's team finds him in a ballet studio for the very first time in his life. The coach has told them it will improve their flexibility and agility, but Marc isn't the least bit impressed with the idea until he catches sight of their new ballet master. Adam's beautiful lines and lean muscular presence have Marc's body warming up in all the right places.
But has Marc made a seriously misplaced assumption about Adam's potential interest in him. And will Adam's strict religious upbringing come between them before they've even completed a first down.
Billy's been the bouncy, perky, somewhat slutty drink server at The Xxchange since it opened, and frankly, he's tired of those labels, but it will take the love of FBI agent Liam Stone to give Billy the strength he needs to become the man he's always wanted to be. Billy's used to everyone looking at him and seeing a perpetually perky, goofy twink. Inside he knows he isn't those things, or not only those things, at least. He isn't sure how to get anyone to see past that. He isn't sure if he can stop acting the part, either. It's always been easier to let people see what they expect to see. But lately he's been thinking, and he's not at all sure the easy way is the right way. Liam Stone came to The Xxchange to blow off a little steam. An FBI agent working on the kidnapping case of one James Stratton, Liam figures he'll head back to Dallas as soon as he can shake the dust off his heels. Then he sees Billy and Karma slaps Liam on the ass. How many times has he scoffed at the idea of love at first sight, thought people who said it happened to them were full of cow patties? A lot, and now he's been hit between the eyes with something he can't quite explain, except it all has to do with Billy. Now if he can protect the man from a sadistic jerk and help Billy come to terms with his past, maybe they can have the happy ending they've both always wanted. Reader Advisory: This book is part of a series and is best read in order of release alongside 'A Bit of Me'.
Now that he’s living with Sam Stein, Zach Cohen is finally ready to move on from his unhappy past. His days are filled with wedding preparations, yet he still finds time to make plans and decisions without consulting Sam and his mother, firmly believing he knows best.
Sam is ready to settle in for the perfect life with Zach but years of bad habits have come back to haunt him. Struggling to accept himself and his future, he chooses not to share his fears, unwilling to look weak in Zach’s eyes.
Real life gets in the way of the best intentions and when their secrets explode, the aftermath challenges the foundation of a relationship both believed unshakeable. Falling in love is the easy part, and Zach and Sam discover that only with honesty can they overcome what threatens to tear them apart.
This is a novella of approximately 25,000 words in The Breakfast Club series
To forgive is divine.
Poconos Pack Book 1
As the Red Wolf Pack’s Marshall, Ben Malone can feel the physical well-being of his entire Pack, including his mate’s recurring hangovers. He’ll never claim Dave. He can’t. He’d rather be alone than be with someone who lives inside a bottle.
Dave Maldonado is has suffered from migraines for nine agonizing years. The first one hit him when he was just fifteen and saw his mate holding hands with another boy. He can’t understand why Ben rejects him at every turn, but he’s had enough of longing for someone he can’t have.
When Dave winds up hospitalized from a debilitating attack, Ben is forced to face the truth: Dave has never been an alcoholic. Worse, it may be too late. Determined to find out if he could possibly be one of those rare Wolves with two mates, Dave heads to Disney World during Gay Pride Week with only one thing on his mind: forget Ben Malone.
There’s just one problem with that as far as Ben is concerned. Only one man will ever get to hold his David. Ben is determined to follow his mate and win him back, even if it costs him every shred of his pride.
Bees was wounded in the war and after rehab moved to Heroes Ranch in Marksaw, Montana. He hasn’t seen or heard from his family in 12 years. He still loves his younger brothers and wants to see them again. The last thing on his mind is finding his forever love.
Troy was unhappy in his job working construction. He loved the work but the company he works for has some questionable ethics. He works with his best friend and if not for him, he would have already moved on.
When life gets in the way will these two be able to move beyond past hurts and find forgiveness and happiness.
Described as a work of "journalistic literature," Underground was originally published as a series of separate interviews Murakami conducted with 60 victims of the attacks and descriptions of how the attacks were carried out, along with his essay, "Blind Nightmare: Where Are We Japanese Going?" In 2000, an English translation was published which included interviews with 8 members of Aum.
After five years, Alex Stern and Rafe Hazelton have what seems to be the perfect marriage. Alex is entering his last years of residency and Rafe’s veterinary business is busier than ever. For Rafe, all that is missing is a child, but Alex, afraid of ending up to be a man like his father, isn’t as sure. He doesn't want to make any mistakes.
When a new patient enters the hospital, Alex is drawn to the young, desperately ill single mother, who shares her fears for the future of her young son. Rafe worries about the toll on Alex becoming emotionally invested in a patient, yet he too can’t walk away once he meets the little boy, and together they vow to help in any way possible.
Families are not always born of blood— love is a gift no one can plan for. And sometimes from the darkest of tragedies, the brightest light will shine.