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.
Due to sexual content and heavy subject matter, including gay sex, this book is recommended for ages 18+
A first time of a story of love from 2 best friends, Brendan and Thomas, romance and fun story of their first time being gay experience on their camping.
Brendan and Thomas are going camping for the weekend just the two of them, being best friends they know that they can share anything with one another, by Thomas calls him out on his secret body half way to the campground they are going to. Thomas decides the best way to let Brendan know he could see his secret body is to play a little game. Knowing they are both hard Thomas offers to please him while no one is around and tells Brendan he has to promise not to tell anyone and to never speak of it again.......
To know more you have to open the book and read. Exciting up until… the very end!
“Way will open.”
She is Artifice.
A resurrected criminal and agent of HRH Prince Albert’s Secret Commission.
An artificial ghost.
He is Jim Dastard.
The oldest surviving agent of the Secret Commission.
An animated skull.
A mentor to newly resurrected agents.
It is 1880 in a mechanical and supernatural London. Agents of Prince Albert’s Secret Commission, their criminal pasts wiped from their memories, are resurrected to fight the eldritch evils that threaten England. Jim Dastard and his new partner Artifice must stop a re-animationist raising murderous dead children. But while Art and Jim pursue him, Art discovers clues about her past, and through meeting various intriguing women—a journalist, a medium, a prostitute, and a woman in black—where her heart lies. A new beginning and new dangers await Art as she fights for the Secret Commission and for her second life.
F/F historical fantasy and Gothic mystery set in the steampunk world of the Dark Victorian series.
“Thoroughly enjoyable...delightfully disturbing.”
Writer, Herstorian, author of The Chicagoland detective Agency series and Lily Renee, Escape Artist
“Read if you:
Delight in a heady, deeply satisfying blend of Victorian, Gothic and Romantic impulses.”
Experience paranormal detective mysteries with a Victorian female sleuth:
A historical fantasy in a mechanical and supernatural London, follow the adventures of an uncanny female sleuth and her senior skull partner set in the same alternate world as Elizabeth Watasin's Victorian supernatural mystery series, The Elle Black Penny Dreads.
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It is 1880; black arts sorcery had its time to grow in England and to battle the eldritch evils threatening, HRH Prince Albert's Secret Commission is born. Executed criminals are brought back to life without memories and to fight as agents. Among those resurrected is Artifice, a six foot two tall strongwoman, Quaker, and artificial ghost, guided by her senior partner, Jim Dastard, the animated skull. And she soon discovers–from her encounters with a madwoman journalist, a mysterious woman in black, and a French prostitute–where her heart lies . . .
Brock Holloway has it all -- incredible good looks, money, friends, a bitchin' car and a promising football career. At least, that's what other people see. Inside, though, Brock is fighting for something he knows he will never have: Unconditional love. As the child of Aphrodite, he is worshiped, admired, wanted - but never loved.
Zack Duran is a wolverine shifter -- and not a nice guy. Like, seriously NOT a nice guy. His shifter side is always in control, often showing him to be heartless and unfeeling. When Zack is assigned to protect Brock Holloway, he can't believe his crappy luck. As his tactless wolverine tendencies become even more pronounced, his rudeness reaches new heights -- something his friends didn't even think was possible. Eventually, Zack has to battle his shifter personality and his genuine feelings for the beautiful football player.
A near tragedy shakes him to his core, and Zack can no longer fight the deep feelings he has for Brock. But giving in to his emotions may come at too high a price. A startling secret charges Brock with the nearly impossible task of taming Zack's beast. Is he up to the challenge? Can Zack give him what he needs? And with danger working overtime, can they finally be together as they were intended?
After the death of his boyfriend three years ago, Will's tired of coming home to an empty bed. But getting back out there is only half the battle when compared to the war raging inside his mind.
The last time Rob put his heart on the line, it ended in tears. He's not about to face that pain again.
One-night stands? No problem. Long-term relationships? Not a chance.
But when Cooper, a Shepard mix, is brought in by a good Samaritan, keeping to Rob's rule of one-and-done is harder than he thinks. Especially when Cooper escapes the shelter and brings both men together in their search to find the missing dog.
Rob's vowed to never love again. Will's looking for something more.
Can these two see eye to eye, or will a special canine have to put them in their place?
Finding Home is a steamy gay romance of approximately 35,000 words, with a HEA and no cliffhangers.
A child is snatched from her home, the one place she should feel safe. Will the KCPD find her before something more sinister happens?
Detective DeMarcus Gage of the KCPD Missing Persons Unit knows that most child abductions are perpetrated by family members or persons known to the child. True ‘stranger’ abductions are rare—and taken very seriously by the police. When eight-year-old Leticia Braden disappears from her front yard the family are ruled out as suspects but actual leads are few.
Her traumatized parents need all the support they can get, and designate Leticia’s uncle Jack Braden to be their liaison with the detectives. When he meets Jack, Gage struggles to keep his mind on the case. The two men share an immediate case of lust, which they fight to keep under control for more reasons than one. Jack’s not out of the closet, and Gage isn’t keen on sneaking around. A relationship beckons, but finding Leticia is their first priority. And as every cop knows, time is not on their side.
Sean Wainright needs something to jumpstart his muse so he can finish writing his current book. At the advice of his friend, he goes to Anything Goes. After ending a five-year relationship with a man who had used him, Sean has no desire for anything but a night of hot, uncomplicated sex.
Cullen Sloan is trying to get his life back on track after losing his life savings thanks to his former lovers’s get-rich scheme. While he wouldn’t mind rolling around on the sheets with a hot guy, he isn’t looking for love.
Enter Tristan Cooke, an attendant at Anything Goes, who witnesses the spark between Sean and Cullen when they meet. With help from Tristan, Sean and Cullen soon realize love can find you when you aren’t even looking for it.