Chad Anderson is a proud soldier with a promising career. He has almost got the perfect life, but for one small snag. Chad has been holding a candle for his best friend since he was seventeen.
Gareth Jenkins lives with him, along with his rescue dog. It’s the perfect arrangement and almost as good as the real thing—but it isn’t the real thing.
To make matters worse, it’s Valentine’s Day, and Chad will be returning from training for the holiday. It would be the ideal time to confess—but it has been nearly ten years. It’s long past the time to say something.
But he isn’t the only one with a candle.
Gareth might be a confident hairdresser with a flirtatious manner and easy-to-love personality, but it doesn’t help him where it counts. Because Gareth’s first love is his sexy soldier best friend, and one of these days, Gareth is sure he’s going to ruin everything with an unwanted kiss.
And if things aren’t bad enough for both of them, Chad comes up with an idea that might spell the end for their secrets. Because, instead of spending Valentine’s alone, he suggests they spend it having the weekend they’ve always wanted.
To do it, they’ll fake being a romantic couple.
When what they want is playing out right in front of them, can both men keep their feelings contained?
Calvin Hughes works in a bar run by a criminal empire. He hates his life and desperately wants to escape, but is afraid of reprisal if he does. No one who stands up to the criminals walks away alive. It’s too risky. Who would do it?
Someone like Felix.
Felix crashes into Calvin’s life and immediately throws him into danger. Felix has done the unthinkable and stolen important information from the criminals. They want him dead and after being in the wrong place at the wrong time, they want Calvin dead too.
With the criminals gunning for them and the police a long way away. How will either of them survive long enough to testify?
How can Calvin believe Felix when he promises he won’t let anything happen to him?
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Is a Knight destined to fall in love with a Princess? Can you trust a witch to live up to her word? How many morals can you keep as conman? These stories follow LGBT characters as they fall in love, form and develop relationships and figure out their path in love and life. They delve through both fantasy and the modern world.
Will Brewer is a shy artist living with only his cat for company. He's not good with people and even worse with relationships. He isn’t looking for a boyfriend or a relationship, he just wants to paint.
Will would happily be living the life of a hermit if his eighty year old neighbour Mrs O’Grady wasn't constantly roping him into tasks around her house.
And he isn't the only one she's preying on.
The new and gorgeous mechanic Blain Stewart has just moved in next door. Where Will feels like an awkward fool around Blain, the mechanic finds him adorable.
Blain has just ended a bad long-term relationship with a high-maintenance man who didn’t understand him. He feels like he's starting all over again and he’s hesitant for his fresh start to include the talented and charming Will.
But when Mrs O’Grady asks them to plant some flowers in her garden, the tension between them skyrockets.
They both think friendship would be safer than a new romance. But when attraction, connection and an enthusiastic old lady are pushing them together, will they be able to resist?
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A LGBT suspense romance anthology.
'Secret's Hold' by L.M. Somerton
Hiding in plain sight is a risky business—in more ways than one.
'Under His Protection' by Cheryl Dragon
A cop protecting his witness… It’s all business until desire becomes stronger than rules or self-control.
'Ticket to Freedom' by Elizabeth Hollows
When Calvin wishes for a knight in shining armor to save him from the criminals he works for, the last thing he expects is Felix.
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Kyr was a firmach, a manipulator of fire as well as an explorer of the universe. He’d left his planet long ago to discover something more than ash and flames.
Evander was an ísmach, a creature of ice and magic. He yearned to see the worlds outside his own. A place without responsibilities and where he could uncover something new.
Their two races had a history, they were meant to be enemies, but when Kyr and Evander find themselves on the same deserted planet, they quickly learn that it’s not as simple as that.
They find it’s much easier to get along, to be fascinated with the differences between them instead of hold onto an ancient feud.
They also find something much more complicated. A desire for more than friendship, a desire to discover just what would happen if the heat of a firmach and the chill of an ísmach came together, both in passion and in love.
Christmas is fast approaching and like most years, Chance McKenzie is single and lonely.
It makes a Christmas themed dating service sound like a good idea. Twelve blind dates and the possibility of meeting the 'man of his dreams'? It’s worth a shot.
The brash and flirtatious Angel Tompkins, is not what Chance expects. Angel is out for a good time and doesn’t like small talk. Not only does he convince Chance to go out after their date, but he also gets Chance back to his apartment.
Angel is everything Chance never knew he wanted. When Angel asks to see more of Chance, both in and out of the bedroom, he says yes. A two-week fling with Angel sounds like a dream come true.
But, when Angel proves romantic and kind, Chance starts to desire more than just casual sex and the occasional date.
But, they’re both on a dating service with twelve other men. What are the odds that Angel would ever want more than some fun?
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Jay is a thief with a past he’s trying to forget. He just wants to relax, have fun and flirt with attractive men. He's spent the last few weeks on his favorite moon doing just that with the handsome waiter who works at the local diner. Bryce has shown clear interest in him but has suddenly changed his tune. Jay wants to know why. He doesn’t expect his persistence will find him witnessing a kidnapping and escaping the burning diner before it explodes. Fleeing the moon to avoid being killed wasn’t in Jay’s plan. Neither was being caught by a spy agency and thrown in a cell. Things are going from bad to worse and Jay is soon forced to face his past to protect his future. And to place the cherry on the cake, he finally finds out why Bryce stopped flirting with him. As if he needed any more surprises.
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A collection of short stories. Three of which are LGBT and tell tales of first meetings, learning the depths of feelings for a friend, and finding someone who can change your life by letting you be more than what society tries to make you. The two other stories take you on a journey to a potential future and a world where horror meets science fiction.