At the age of fifty-one, Leo Bellamy from Chiaroscuro and Something Beautiful has to do what he never expected: start over. Leo has been mourning the end of his long-time relationship for over a year. It takes the death of a close friend to convince Leo that he doesn't want to spend the rest of his life being bitter. It's time to move on and find a love that will last. Leo accepts his friend Stuart Huntsman's invitation to visit him in London, where Leo's friends hope he will find a holiday roma... more info>>
Jamie Makepeace isn't sure what to do with his work or his love life. Laid off at his job and at odds with his ultra-conservative boyfriend, Micah, he's searching for something to fill the empty spots. When he meets Ben Gallagher, a cake decorator, Jamie knows he's found a friend. Taking a chance, Jamie turns to art for his new career, and Ben becomes his muse. He creates an entire show based on the man who is always there for him. The problem with Ben is that he's been hurt by love in the past,... more info>>
In this follow up to Jenna Jones' popular novel Chiaroscuro, Dune Bellamy and Micah Ferguson have become best friends. Between Micah's string of boyfriends and Dune's lovers, they have plenty to talk about, especially when a trip to Europe leaves Micah alone, while back home, Dune's first love turns up again. After a brief fling in Paris, Micah returns home to an unhappy Dune, who's trying to fend off his ex's attentions. When Micah steps in, Dune starts to see his friend as something more, whic... more info>>
Eight years, seven Christmases, one ice cream. From Christmases apart to dealing with a relationship crisis to establishing their own traditions, Noah Kingston and Sawyer Shaw have celebrated the holidays a number of different ways. They've met each other's families and learned new facets of each other. Noah and Sawyer have been through a lot to get where they are. One thing is certain: true love is delicious.
When Austin Archer was eighteen, he was attacked by an unknown assailant and rescued by a dark figure who wore ebony armor. Now thirty and a police detective, Austin faces a mystery that is connected to his own attack in ways he never thought possible. Someone is murdering teenagers in Austin's city. At first Austin suspects a mysterious man named Jude, but Jude is far more than he appears to be, and knows more about Austin than a stranger should. Austin is drawn to Jude and wants to trust him,... more info>>
All of his adult life, J.T. Forgarty has worked to keep his vast, politically active family safe from scandal. When his late cousin's son Charlie Tate returns to their hometown for the first time in twenty years, J.T. realizes there's more to life than covering up other people's mistakes. J.T. has dealt with his guilt about the accidental death of Charlie's father by being the "cleaner" for his family, guided by his cousin Dilys. With Charlie back in her sphere of influence, Dilys intends to gui... more info>>
Who doesn't love a wedding? The three stories in Going to the Chapel prove that everyone has a special day. In Don't Ask by J.J. Massa, Captain Zachary Smith has always wanted to find out what boils behind Agent Falk Thayer's calm exterior. Falk, on the other hand, isn't looking for anything long-term. Never has. Never will. When things get hot and heavy between them, Captain Smith has to decide if he's willing to take less than what he needs or sacrifice everything. In Building a Life by Alexa ... more info>>
Chef Harry Whelan spends most of the year traveling from country to country, learning new dishes. He always comes home to San Francisco, to his friends and family, including Dix Alexander and the boy Dix raised, Nicholas. Harry returns from his latest wanderings to find that Nicholas, has gone from shy and sullen teenager, to a confident, attractive young man. They discover a mutual love of the dishes of Provence and the town where Nicholas was born and Harry spent a very happy year, Saignon. H... more info>>
Zack and Quaid have been lovers for more than a decade, but things aren't going well between them. Quaid is dependable, but Zack is bored, dissatisfied with their routine. At a family wedding in Las Vegas, Zack does his thing, with little consideration of what Quaid wants or needs, until he notices how much attention one of the other guests is paying to Quaid. And how much Quaid is loving it. Zack has always known Quaid was the best man for him. Now, can he prove he's the best man for Quaid?
Damalepazhur is the king of a land long ago and far away, and he really needs the fabled diamond he's heard of for protection. The diamond is a young man named Ketu, a fisherman, and he reluctantly joins the palace household, and learns to have a fondness for the king, even of court life is strange to him. When a stranger comes to the city and tries to turn the people against Damalepazhur, Ketu steps in to so his job, revealing the identity, and the plot of the stranger, putting himself right in... more info>>
Thyme is the herb for courage, something Patrick has been lacking ever since he was publicly humiliated on a national cooking competition. For the past sixteen years, he's been content to be the personal assistant to celebrity chef Dix and love him in silence. Between the end of Dix's long-running television show and accusations of fraud within Dix's charity, Dix's world is changing and Patrick doesn't know his place in it anymore. As secrets come to light, can Patrick find the courage to trust... more info>>
It's the weekend of Delany's best friend's wedding, and Del is busy looking after everyone else, including the groom's brother, Theo. Theo is big, talkative and gorgeous, and Del can't resist his cheerful, shaggy charm. It's clear to everyone that these two are perfect for each other. But Del has never rushed into anything, while Theo is ready to jump in. Their romance seems doomed before it even begins. Will Del give their hope of forever a chance to become real?