He is Adrik’s hero. Their love is inevitable.Two and a half years ago, Detective Leo Humphrey swept in and saved Adrik from a monster. He gave Adrik his first real home. Falling in love with Leo is out of Adrik’s control. There is no one else for Adrik, but he’s not sure Leo can say the same.
Even though Adrik is way too young for Leo, and Leo was Adrik’s guardian for six months before he turned eighteen, Leo can’t help the way he feels. Adrik is twenty now. He has come a long way from the mess he was when Leo rescued him from a nightmare. Leo isn’t sure he has come far enough, though. Adrik needs to have time to look at his options, and Leo is prepared to give him that time, no matter how much it hurts.
Neither Adrik nor Leo are looking anywhere else but at each other. Hopefully, they can figure that out before they ruin everything.
Dillion needs a keeper. Beck needs a place to live. They’re the perfect match. In every way.Being famous isn’t everything, especially for someone too sweet for his own good like Dillion. Everyone takes advantage of Dillion. He doesn’t know how to say no, even to save himself. Dillion has been quietly in love with someone who destroys him for way too long. When he meets a homeless waiter, Dillion does what he always does—comes to the rescue. Thankfully, his new friend has something Dillion desperately needs—courage to stick up for what’s right.
Beck is having a hell of a day. He’s stuck covering for a lazy co-worker while simultaneously getting evicted from his apartment. Luckily, his first customer of the day is Dillion Taylor, a famous child actor who is known all over the world. When Beck overhears Dillion’s date being rude, he does what Dillion doesn’t have the courage to do—he puts the man in his place. It’s a moment that seals his fate as Dillion’s next rescue mission.
While Dillion might not be brave enough to stand up for himself, he’s an unmovable force when it comes to taking over Beck’s life. It’s Beck’s bad luck that he also gets his heart stolen by the tiny angel, because Dillion is in love with a total dick. If Beck can’t find a way to pry Dillion from his unhealthy obsession with someone nowhere near good enough to own him, he could lose his chance forever. That’s one loss Beck can’t survive.
Lane has his share of addictions. Walker is one.
After months of rehab, Lane finally feels like life is headed in the right direction. Between starting his own business and helping out Trace with Club Incubus, his bank account is looking fantastic too. His friendship with Walker gets deeper every day. Until Lane looks over one day and realizes he’s in love with the guy.
Walker never expects to fall for someone half his age, especially someone like Lane. For a long time, Walker didn’t even like the guy. After months of visiting doctors together, getting Lane’s life on track, now Walker is the one who needs help. The only difference is, Walker has no intention of dragging Lane into his problems. Lane just finished rehab. Walker can’t disrupt his life. It’s too bad Walker ends up crushing Lane in the process of keeping him at arm’s length.
Can these two men meet in the middle while both on shaky ground? Lane is up for the challenge. If only Walker would let him in.
Easton’s been living one day at a time since his attack. Life has other plans for him.Exactly one year ago, Easton’s life came crashing down. A vicious attack left him deeply scarred inside and out. From the ashes of his life, he’s rebuilt himself into someone new. His life is different in many ways, but—mostly—he’s found a better version of happiness in a new business. Opening his own bakery has been a lifesaver for him. He’s thrown himself into becoming a massive success. For the most part, he’s content. Until Nico walks in and shakes the foundation of Easton’s newfound peace.
After a year of watching over Easton from a distance, Nico has decided to take on a more hands-on approach. Easton is getting better, but he’s not really living, and Nico can’t put up with that anymore. He’s decided to take his self-imposed guardianship role to the next level and lure Easton out of his fear-encased shell. There are just a few problems with his plan. He loves Easton, Easton doesn’t think he deserves love, and Nico is carrying around one hell of a secret that could ruin everything.
Trace is young, hot, and used to being the boss. Hunter isn’t looking for any of that.
When Trace moved from California to Colorado, it was only business. Raised by great businessmen, everything Trace touches turns to gold. At twenty, he’s the youngest and most successful nightclub owner around. With an uncanny talent of always knowing the hottest trends, Trace has fattened his already bulging pockets. He’s content with focusing on his career. Then he meets Hunter, and nothing feels right anymore.
Hunter’s stress has stress. He doesn’t have time for a young, hot, too-much-of-everything guy. In fact, Hunter’s so busy drowning in debt and dealing with his son’s issues, he doesn’t have the energy for anyone. The last thing he needs is sexy, barely-classified-as-an-adult Trace taking over his life. But damn, Trace controls his every thought. Hunter doesn’t know where to go with that. All Hunter knows is, he’d better find a way to let Trace in or lose him forever.
Kinky Baby is the first in a new series, Sugar Babies—a series of M/M romances centered on younger men who take care of their daddies. No matter which kink you love, hopefully, there will be a sugar baby for you.
Kato doesn’t realize he needs a port. Until Brad storms in, that is.Meeting Brad is a soothing balm to Kato’s soul. Since he lost his eyesight two years ago, nothing has been the same. Where he’d once been chased by all the men, now he feels like he’s nothing more than a burden on the only friend he has left. Then, Brad bursts into his life.
It’s been a year since Brad caught his ex cheating. Losing their seven-year relationship under such ugly circumstances has left Brad slightly bitter. He’s definitely less trusting than before. That’s why, when a sexy and much younger man catches his eye, Brad is determined to keep his heart out of the deal.
Two jaded men find common ground in the most unexpected way. But someone will have to be the first to take a chance on love if they hope to be more than a nighttime fling.
After months of push and pull, Law and Coy are the line between love and hate.
Since the day David brought Coy home, black and blue and in need of protection, Law has felt more than he should. Coy always takes him through every emotion. Law doesn’t want to want Coy. Coy is as dramatic as he is beautiful. He’s also the angriest person Law has ever met. Law is too old to deal with a sexy, young mess. He can’t stop.
It seemed the second Coy found himself working for Law, nothing he did was good enough. No matter how hard he tries, Law finds him lacking. That doesn’t explain why Law looks at him like no one ever has or why Coy burns for Law’s touch. Most of all, Law makes him feel safe. Not only is that something Coy has never experienced, it’s something he needs, because Coy is a magnet for the damaged.
As crazy as Coy might make Law, Coy is his. No one touches Coy. Looks at Coy. Steals Coy from him. Unless he doesn’t step up his game, that is.
It was one innocent date that led to a single kiss. Infatuation was born.
When Tyrone and David agreed to attend John and Jonah’s wedding together, that’s all they meant the date to be. Tyrone doesn’t have much room in his life for a man. He’s more than a little surprised how drawn he is to David. Not only do they have a lot in common for two people who are several years apart in age and social status, there’s a heat between them he can’t deny. Still, Tyrone isn’t sure that’s enough to bridge the gap between them.
David has never been an overly emotional person. In fact, he’s been single more years than he can count. Yet, he felt nothing lacking. Until Tyrone’s kiss, that is. From the first skipped heartbeat in Tyrone’s arms, nothing else matters. David needs all the messy emotions and entanglements he’s avoided. He wants them with Tyrone and he won’t stop until he wins. Unless Tyrone ends up dead first.
If David hopes to keep the man he loves safe, he must do things no one else would ever suspect. Tyrone is worth any risk.
They based their relationship on a contract. That doesn’t mean it isn’t love.
Almost three years ago, Jonah threw everything to the wind and joined a sugar daddy website. At the time, he cared less about who took care of him as long as someone cared about him. He never expected his very first contract would the only one he’d ever need.
John Green has money and loves spending it. After all, he works hard. He deserves all the best comforts in life. Becoming someone’s sugar daddy, ensuring he gets what he wants when he wants it, doesn’t embarrass him in the least. He’s paid the bills for more than one younger lover over the years. Jonah is the first to make him want to be wanted for himself, and not his money.
John and Jonah have been a love match from day one. Fate will have to shake things up to get these stubborn men to admit to feeling a single thing.
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