NAPOLEON is a NA, M/M Romance and stand-alone novella (32K words) in the Pierced Series.
You do not have to have read other books in the series to enjoy it.
Napoleon Charming-Balak has been crushing on the "exchange student" that's been staying with him for the last six months. The object of his crush: Sixten Dahl, a straight boy that seems to get his kicks from flirting with, then torturing, Napoleon in the cruelest of ways. Is it any wonder Nap, and his best friend Moused, are high-tailing it to New York City as fast as they possibly can? If there's one thing Napoleon is hoping for, it's that life in the Big Apple will be exactly what his self-esteem needs to get over the Swedish tease that has been tormenting him all summer long.
If he could only stop thinking about Sixten long enough to enjoy it.
In 1920s London Lew and his lover Detective Alec Carter are working out the parameters of their new relationship. Lew is torn between staying in the past and trying to get back to 2016. Alec is wrestling with the idea of being in love with a magician. Meanwhile Alec’s sergeant, Will Grant, is drawn to the mysterious Fenn, a hunter from the Outlands.
Moving through the contrasting rich and poor areas of post-First World War London from West End hotels to the London docklands, the team need to work together to prevent more killings and choose what — and who — they may need to give up to find any kind of peace.
#2 in the Lost in Time series. gay and m/enby paranormal, historical, romantic suspense of 58,000 words set in 1920s London. Sequel to Lost in Time, which should be read first.
He’s my teacher, I’m his student.
He’s my boss… I’m his daughter’s nanny.
Gordon is mature and experienced and I have a thing for silver foxes.
But I can’t let him know how I feel. Or show him in any way.
Problem is I’m falling in love.
How could I not when Gordon looks at me like I’m his biggest fantasy?
Or his worst nightmare. But which one is it? And does he feel the same way?
Beau Pair is the first book in Rhys Everly’s steamy, low-angst, teacher/student romance series, A Proper Education.
It contains an age gap pairing, sizzling romance, and high levels of cuteness.
ER nurse Karen Andrews, an avid supporter of the women's local hockey team, finds herself captivated by a new player, Jessie Carmichael. When Jessie's eyes first meet Karen's, for a few short seconds they hold a fiery gaze. Something unfamiliar stirs inside Karen. It is as if this new player is casting a spell on her ...
Beginning her teaching career, meeting new friends in a new City is all Jessie Carmichael is really looking for. She wants to keep busy, finally move on with her life, leaving all the pain and heartache behind. It has been over two years since her partner Lynne left her for another woman ... that is until she meets Karen Andrews ...
One evening, while Jessie is at Karen's, a severe snow storm develops. Jessie leaves for home, much to Karen's relief. Karen knows if Jessie had stayed, she would have had to unleash her desires. It isn't until she finds Jessie back at her door unable to make it home that Karen has no idea which way to turn ...
DUSTY GOLDCollege is weird. One second you're studying for a huge exam in integrated physics and the next you're secretly drooling over the sexy rugby player living in the dorm next door. The second after that, you're sharing a bed with that same Insta-famous jock, staring up at the ceiling and wondering what in gay heaven caused such a miraculous and terrifying thing.Maybe inviting him to stay at my family's house for the summer wasn't the greatest idea I've ever had?BRANDON REEDI freakin' loved college. I loved being able to play rugby the most; losing myself to the game, watching the crowds in the stadium grow bigger with every win. Rugby gave me an escape. Then Dusty Gold springs into my life. After we end up as surprise roomies, a spring busts on his bed and we go from roommates to snuggle buddies.Snuggling somehow turns into staying with him over the summer at his family's animal sanctuary. Soon, I find myself falling hard for the handsome and shy nerd. I've got a messy past, though, and Dusty's got a bright future. Will my ghosts ruin us before we could ever really begin or will we both get a once-in-a-lifetime shot at a happy ending?Contains mature themes.
Listener note: This audiobook follows on from the novel Where Death Meets the Devil and the subsequent novellas Bargaining with the Devil and When the Devil Drives.
If there's one thing assassin Ethan Blade knows, it's how to plan a job. How to study a target, find the weak spot, and strike. He keeps his guns clean, his knives sharp, and his heart sealed away behind more locks than his precious cars. Alone but safe.
Until Jack Reardon burrowed his way into Ethan's life, his car, and his heart. This may just be the deadliest mess he can't plan his way out of. Jack wasn't sure he'd see Ethan again; not after the less-than-stellar ends to their previous hookups. Even finding the assassin skulking about his apartment isn't as reassuring as it should be, especially when he works out Ethan's motive for being there might not be personal. That said, Jack will take any chance he can to salvage their relationship, assuming he survives whatever plan Ethan is cooking up. Ethan and Jack had a bargain, but the parameters changed and neither is certain how to move forward; together or apart.
But before they can start to renegotiate, lives, trust, and hearts are endangered by ghosts from the past. Even if they dodge their enemies; bullets, there's a risk of friendly fire, and when you let someone get too close, even small knives can cut deep.
Just because I enjoy planning and researching doesn't mean I'm not the most dangerous badass mothercracker around.The world sees me as boring, dependable David. And I like it that way. I know things and I'm organized. Plus, I've seen firsthand the harm a chaotic life can inflict, and I'd rather have my lists and be called dull. Which is what makes it all the more disconcerting when a sexy elf declares his adoration and begins to "woo" me. What am I supposed to do?Hide, mostly. It's hard, though, because Caolan and I are supposed to be working together. And he's tough to resist: sweet, competent, and so incredibly beautiful. He sees something in me that no one else does. Would it really be such a bad thing if I gave in to temptation?But my personal life can't be the priority right now. The bad guys are gearing up to strike, and if we don't stop them, the end of the world could be nigh. I need to focus on that, not on letting Caolan show me the benefits of spontaneity. Why don't world-ending disasters come with an instruction manual?
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