Can he build a future, when he's forgotten his past?
Jared has fought hard to achieve something close to 'normal'. Needing to get away from his well meaning but suffocating family, he follows a message he wrote on a scrap of paper to a new city, hoping to find a missing piece of his past.
When Kyrone, a cocky pole dancer at the Heaven and Hell Club, saunters into the tattoo parlour Jared works in, his life is turned upside down again. A passionate one night stand turns into something unexpected for both men. But life is never simple as they work out if they can have a future beyond what has been forgotten.
Forgotten is an MM romance with hurt/comfort, a small age gap, and two men who need to learn to be true to themselves. It is the second book in the Heaven and Hell Club series and, whilst it can be read as a standalone, works better if read after Broken.
Rule #1: Keep running.
Jag’s rules have kept him safe and free since he escaped conversion therapy, but that was before he walked into Heaven and Hell. A no-strings fling with the club owner, Michael, turns into so much more as Jag finds himself breaking one rule after another.
Michael hasn’t been able to commit to anyone since his partner died, until Jag walks into his club. Falling in lust with the elfin young dancer is easy, and his heart is quick to follow.
Michael gives Jag a reason to stay, but fear rules Jag’s heart more than love. Despite his deepening feelings for Michael, Jag knows he can’t stay. Can he?
Broken is an age-gap romance, with explicit language, steamy scenes, pole dancing, and plenty of angst. It is a standalone novel, with a happy ever after.
Seb wants to be happy.
Matt wants to find ‘the one.’
Connor wants them.
Two drunken kisses.
Seb didn’t plan to kiss Matt and Connor, but he doesn’t regret it, even if it has changed their friendship forever.
Matt has never considered dating a man before, let alone two. Despite his confusion, being with Seb and Connor feels right.
One uncertain future.
Connor’s potential fate has stopped him living and loving. Can he face his fears to be with the men he loves?
I Wished For You is a friends to lovers romance between three men. There's explicit language, steamy scenes, a side helping of angst and a happy ever after.
Luc tried to deny his feelings for his stepbrother once; he’s not sure he can do it again.
Luc used to be close to his stepbrother, Adam, until he fell in love with him. Unable to hide his attraction, he did the only thing he could—he left.
Years later, Luc is drawn back home to help save their parents’ failing ballet school and his feelings for Adam are brought to the surface once more.
Unable to conceal his desire, he’s forced to reveal the truth to Adam and face the repercussions.
Will the truth heal the distance between them, or drive them even further apart?
A Dance For Two is a MM forbidden romance, with explicit language, steamy scenes between stepbrothers, a generous helping of angst, and an energetic best friend. It’s the first in a duet of standalone romances, with a happy ever after.
When Mason’s sexy older neighbour turns out to be his choreographer, should he walk away, or dance into his arms?
New job, new city: Mason hopes both will lead to him escaping burnout as a ballet dancer. Not living out of a suitcase anymore is a bonus. A steamy encounter with his neighbour, David—a man twice his age—gets things off to a good start, until they both turn up for work at the dance studio the next morning.
Sleeping with his choreographer is bound to make things complicated, but Mason can’t stay away, especially when David wants to introduce him to kinks he’s never experienced.
Is Mason willing to be completely vulnerable with David, so he can feel more alive than he’s ever done before?
A Dance For You is a MM forbidden romance, with explicit language, an age-gap relationship, steamy scenes, mild D/s play and a whole lot of heart. It’s the second in a duet of standalone romances, with a happy ever after.